critical illumination

crit·i·cal il·lu·mi·na·tion

the precise focusing of the light source directly on the object being examined.
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Part 3, "Critical Illumination: English Literature," includes Anne Brannen, "Using Historical Documents in the Literature Classroom: Elizabethan and Jacobean Church Court Cases" (87-96); and Gloria J.
Schad should seek to break the stranglehold of the extended critical illumination of a single text, but the result is open to its own dangers and limitations.
It is, of course, interesting that Dr Schad should seek to break the stranglehold of the extended critical illumination of a single text, but the result is open to its own dangers and limitations.
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