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critique in Literature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcritiquecri‧tique1 /krɪˈtiːk/ ●○○ noun [countable, uncountable] 🔊 🔊 ALa detailed explanation of the problems of something such as a set of political ideasevaluationcritique of 🔊 a major new critique of his work 🔊 a critique of modern economic theory
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critiqueThe government-chartered National Research Council on Wednesday released a critique of those plans.The speech was a devastating critique of Reagan's economic policy.Management critique A bit more autocratic than he would like to believe, stemming from a conviction that he is right.Management critique A fact and figure analyser, who approaches issues in a theoretical and intellectual way.An offshoot from the phenomenological critique developed into a group of researchers known as the ethnomethodologists.Marx's critique of capitalism in the 19th centuryWhat generalized the appeal of Paisley's critique of the unionist élites was the accession to power of Terence O'Neill.The second critique is more authentically pluralistic.critique ofThe final article is a critique of John Updike's latest novel.