6 edition of Modern literary theory, a comparative introduction found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Ann Jefferson and David Robey ; with contributions from David Forgacs ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Jefferson, Ann., Robey, David., Forgacs, David.|
|LC Classifications||PN94 .M6 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||82006644|
Modern literary theory: a comparative introduction. Ann Jefferson-- modern linguistics and the language of literature, David Robey-- Anglo-American new criticism, David Robey-- structuralism and post-structuralism, Ann Jefferson-- reading and interpretation, Ian Maclean-- modern psychoanalytic criticism, Elizabeth Wright-- Marxist literary. Said, Orientalism (Introduction) Butler, Gender Trouble (Introduction, Chapter 1, Conclusion), “Gender is Burning” from Bodies that Matter; Chow, "The Old/New Question of Comparison in Literary Studies: A Post-European Perspective," ELH, (): pp.
This book serves several purposes, all very much needed in today's embattled situation of the humanities and the study of literature. First, in Chapter One, the author proposes that the discipline of Comparative Literature is a most advantageous approach for the study of literature and culture as it is a priori a discipline of cross-disciplinarity and of international dimensions.5/5(2). An introduction to literary theory? Perhaps. Or perhaps this is more of an essay on theory from a Marxist slant. Terry Eagleton's prefatory statement: "Hostility to theory usually means an opposition to other people's theories and an oblivion of one's own" seems ironic in a book, though innocuously entitled Literary Theory: An Introduction, that works instead to decimate most literary theory /5.
Toward a New Comparative Literature: A Preface By F. Elizabeth Dahab 1 J CHAPTER ONE A New Comparative Literature as Theory and Method 13 CHAPTER TWO Literature and Cultural Participation 43 CHAPTER THREE Comparative Literature as/and Interdisciplinarity 79 CHAPTER FOUR Cultures, Peripheralities, and Comparative Literature CHAPTER FIVECited by: • Comparative Literature (COLT ), Introduction to the Theory of Literature. • TEN advanced literature courses (generally level courses), including Comparative Literature and: a. At least TWO courses in the literature of each of your languages, and the remainder drawn chiefly from among the offerings of Comparative File Size: KB.
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Modern Literary Theory: A Comparative Introduction. Ann Jefferson (Editor), David Robey (Editor) Rating details 26 ratings 3 reviews. Since the publication of the first edition of this book, literary theory is a field which has expanded and the theory has become a subject in its own right.
New schools of theory have come into prominence and the editors of this work have continued to emphasize cross /5. Modern literary theory, a comparative introduction. Modern literary theory, a comparative introduction: Jefferson, Ann; Robey, David; Forgacs, David: : Books.
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Cited by: In succeeding chapters, the book considers individual theorists and schools, focusing in turn on Russian Formalism, modern linguistics, post-structuralism, modern psychoanalytic criticism and Marxist theories.
For readers who wish to pursue further their study of particular theories, selected bibliographies are provided at the end of each chapter. A guide to modern literary theory. Topics covered include Russian formalism, structuralism, modern psychoanalytic criticism.
This revised edition contains new chapters on reading and interpretation. hermeneutics, phenomenology, reception theory and feminist literary theory.
A guide to modern literary theory. Topics covered include Russian formalism, structuralism, modern psychoanalytic criticism. This revised edition contains new chapters on reading and interpretation - hermeneutics, phenomenology, reception theory and feminist literary theory. Modern literary theory, a comparative introduction.
[Ann Jefferson; David Robey; David Forgacs;] -- The aim of this book is to provide within the compass of a single volume an introduction to the major developments in this field that have taken place during the twentieth century in Europe and North.
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[email protected] Introduction to Modern Literary Theory Literary Trends and Influences*File Size: KB. in "Introduction to the comparative histor y of literature. Practice and Theory in a Comparative Literature C ontext On Comparative Literature. This book provides students and scholars of classical literature with a practical guide to modern literary theory and criticism.
Using a clear and concise approach, it navigates readers through various theoretical approaches, including Russian Formalism, structuralism, deconstruction, gender studies, and New Historicism.
Shedding light on everything from literature and social identity, to poetry, poetics, and rhetoric, Literary Theory is a welcome guide for all lovers of literature.
About the Series: Combining authority with wit, accessibility, and style, Very Short Introductions offer an introduction to some of Cited by: Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung Criticism, interpretation, etc History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Modern literary theory, a comparative introduction.
I'm currently reading some books on literary theory (Eagleton and such), in order to get a gist of that field (I'm a an avid reader of literature, have only a limited knowledge of theory though), and I'm planning soon on moving to books that cover the basic theory of Comparative Literature.
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Skip to main content.5/5(2). A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary Theoryis a classic introduction to the ever-evolving field of modern literary theory, now expanded and updated in its fifth edition.
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Comparative Literature is both the past and the future of literary studies. Its history is intimately linked to the political upheavals of modernity: from colonial empire-building in the nineteenth century to the postcolonial culture wars of the twenty-first century, attempts at "comparison" have defined the international agenda of literature.
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Comparative Literature a Very Short Introduction Book Summary: Comparative Literature is both the past and the future of literary studies.
Its history is intimately linked to the political upheavals of modernity: from colonial empire-building in the nineteenth century, via the Jewish diaspora of the twentieth century, to the postcolonial culture wars ofthe twenty-first century, attempts at.After WWII, Hungarian scholar and lecturer at the Free University Berlin, Peter Szondi (–) gave a significant push to German comparative literature studies.
He led the Institute for General and Comparative Literature at the university contributing to the development of literary hermeneutics (interpretation) and the modern theory of drama.An introduction to the methods and some major texts of comparative literary study.
It will focus on the Greco-Roman tradition, asking what it means to call a work a "classic": it will consider the outstanding characteristics of this tradition, how it arose and gained influence and attempt to .