Empson, William (1906–84) English poet and critic. He expanded the ideas of I. A. Richards in the Seven Types of Ambiguity (1930). Empson wrote detailed analyses of specific texts, a technique that became known as the ‘New Criticism’. His other critical works include The Structure of Complex Words (1951) and Milton's God (1961).
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