Contexts for criticism

Contexts for criticism

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In this introduction to literary criticism, the major critical theories of literary interpretation historical, formal, reader-response, mimetic, intertextual, poststructural, and new historical are presented in separate chapters that include detailed introductions, q theoreticalq essays that explain and argue the value of each theory, and q applicationsq essays in which the theories are applied to the same three literary works: William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Kate Chopin's The Awakening, and William Wordsworth's q Ode: Intimations of Immortality.q Wordsworth's and Chopin's works are included in the book.Elaine Hedges to talk of aquot;her mad-sane wayaquot; and speak volumes (particularly those of Doris Lessing) to her readers. ... can be seen in two short stories: Doris Lessinga#39;s aquot;To Room 19aquot;44 and the Munro story aquot;The Officeaquot; I referred to earlier.

Title:Contexts for criticism
Author:Donald Keesey
Publisher:McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages - 2002-10-30


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