an act of moral judgment.In Defense of Reason (1947), his major critical work, is a collection of three earlier studies— Primitivism and Decadence (1937), Maule's Curse (1938), and The Anatomy of Nonsense (1943). His poetry, ranging in mood from the austere to the lyrical, appears in Collected Poems (1952) and The Early Poems of Yvor Winters (1966).
See his Forms of Discovery: Critical and Historical Essays on the Forms of the Short Poem in English (1967) and The Uncollected Essays and Reviews of Yvor Winters (1973).
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