i have been working as a critic forthe last ten i used my uqniue technique. mostly u prefere in this way. first itray to introduce the book, film and song in short way, the writer, contents and texts then i jump to the second phace. i tray to asses the internal part of the work, through the formal and informal literary terms. just how do ilook the work its iner part. then i describe generaly and particularly in detail, in ther third phase, the work in phsycoogicaly,sociologicaly, socio economicaly and philosophicaly. at last in the forth phase i put down my comments objectively. my custumers accept this type of critic.
For Arnold there is no place for charlatanism in poetry. To him poetry is the criticism of life, governed by the laws of poetic truth and poetic beauty. It is in the criticism of life that the spirit of our race will find its stay and consolation. The extent to which the spirit of mankind finds its stay and consolation is proportional to the power of a poem's criticism of life, and the power of the criticism of life is in direct proportion to the extent to which the poem is genuine and free from charlatanism.
Finally, Frye proposes an anagogic phase wherein a symbol is treated as a monad. The anagogic level of medieval allegory treated a text as expressing the highest spiritual meaning. For example, Dante's Beatrice in the Divine Comedy would represent the bride of Christ. Frye makes the argument that not only is there a lateral connection of archetypes through intertextuality, but that there is a transcendent almost spiritual unity within the body of literature. Frye describes the anagogic in literature as "the imitation of infinite social action and infinite human thought, the mind of a man who is all men, the universal creative word which is all words."