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  • Critical Terms for Literary Study
  • Frank Lentricchia
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  • 03 May 2020
  • 9780226472034

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Summary  Critical Terms for Literary Study Lores the issues and uestions the term raises and then puts theory into practice by showing the reading strategies the term permitsExploring the concepts that shape the way we read the essays combine to provide an extraordinary introduction to the work of literature and literary study as the nation's most distinguished scholars put the tools of critical practice vividly to use. Solid introduction to literature theory especially for someone who studied engineering in college like myself I highly recommend this or an update to this version if one exists fo

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Summary  Critical Terms for Literary Study Since its publication in 1990 Critical Terms for Literary Study has become a landmark introduction to the work of literary theory giving tens of thousands of students an unparalleled encounter with what it means to do theory and criticism Significantly expanded this new edition features six new chapters that confront in different ways the growing understanding of literary work. Terrible In my opinion it had no educational value at all The editor claims in his introduction that the purpose of this collection of essays is to offer the reader an application

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Summary  Critical Terms for Literary Study S as cultural practicesThese six new chapters are Popular Culture Diversity ImperialismNationalism Desire Ethics and Class by John Fiske Louis Menand Seamus Deane Judith Butler Geoffrey Galt Harpham and Daniel T O'Hara respectively Each new essay adopts the approach that has won this book such widespread acclaim each provides a concise history of a literary term critically exp. Essays ReadWJT Mitchell RepresentationBarbara Johnson WritingThomas McLaughlin Figurative LanguageHenry Sayre PerformanceSteven Mailloux InterpretationFrancoise Meltzer Unconsciou