American literary criticism  

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American literary criticism is intertwined with American literature and international literary criticism.

Prominent American literary critics include Edgar Allan Poe, James Huneker, Edmund Wilson (Axel's Castle), Norman O. Brown, Leslie Fiedler and Robert Scholes.

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