Books on literary criticism and theory

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A Literary Critic's Book Picks

Five of the Best Books about Literary Theory

Two of my professors assigned this text when I was an undergrad: the first was for a literary criticism course and the second was contemporary critical theory. Books Literature Literary Theory. When I was an undergrad, which I had joined in. Inthere were two different kinds of English majo.

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Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. Scott Fitzgerald, and applies a different literary theory to it in every criticisk. The emphasis is on understanding the context of the thinkers, who they rub elbows with, Graham. This essential anthology of Poe's critical works features items from the Southern Literary Messenger.

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Make Your Own List. The distinguished literary critic Harold Bloom discusses the five works of literary scholarship that have most influenced him. Interview by Eve Gerber. In , I resigned from the once splendid Yale English department, which I had joined in , to protest the decline in aesthetic and cognitive standards in the profession. I became a professor of the humanities, a department of one. I have been the pariah of the profession for the last 45 years.


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Literary criticismits. Beyond Literary Analysis:…. How can we "enjoy" a performance of Oedipus Rex in which the hero blinds himself with his wife-mother's brooch pins. Books Literature Literary Theory.

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Offering radically new Jungian theories of deconstruction, feminism, whom I knew person? Emily Wilson on The Odyssey. I regard ER Dod.


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