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Wayne C. Booth


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Career George M. Pullman Professor of English at the University of Chicago.
Awards David H. Russel Award for Distinguished Research (National Council of Teachers of English) in 1966 for The Rhetoric of Fiction.
Christian Gauss Award (Phi Beta Kappa) in 1962.
Brigham Young University College of Humanities Distinguished Alumnus Award

Works by Wayne C. Booth
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Why Do Mormon Writers Find It So Hard To Climb Parnassus?1996Criticism
The Company We Keep: An Ethics of Fiction1988Criticism
Art and the Church: Or, "The Truths of Smoother"1980Criticism
Religion versus Art: Can the Ancient Conflict be Resolved?1980Criticism
How Can I Develop a Love for Great Literature?1977Personal Essay


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