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by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
This topical study examines the "novelizations" of radical literary theory in the work of A.S. Byatt, Angela Carter, Umberto Eco, John Fowles, Richard Powers and many other leading novelists. It offers a comprehensive analysis of the "post-theoretical novel", and traces an alternative history of the "theory revolution" in recent literary fiction.
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Sep 01, · "Mediation" is the term James Ruppert uses to describe his theory of reading Native American fiction. Focusing on the novels of six major contemporary American writers--N. Scott Momaday, James Welch, Leslie Marmon Silko, Gerald Vizenor, D'Arcy McNickle, and Louise Erdrich--Ruppert analyzes the ways these writers draw upon their bicultural heritage, guiding Native and non-Native . Aug 04, · Buy Contemporary Fiction: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) by Robert Eaglestone (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book /5(13).
Jan 01, · In this series of essays, the authors aim to analyze the relationship between contemporary literary theory and its practice. The authors have selected twelve of the most prominent, influential and far-reaching theoretical positions currently available, such as hermeneutics, archetypal criticism, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, feminism and Marxism. [These summaries of contemporary literary and critical theory are based upon Harmon and Holman's A Handbook to Literature (see "References" below). For an example of how these various approaches illuminate a specific literary text, see the author's application of them to Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess."] Feminist.
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Contemporary Fiction and the Uses of Theory is a study of the reception and representation of critical theory in literary fiction since the s. Despite its reputation as the bete noire of creative writers, critical theory has become a major imaginative resource for authors of contemporary fiction, who have pitched vigorously into debates around the death of the author, the demise of.
This topical study examines the 'novelizations' of radical literary theory in the work of A.S. Byatt, Angela Carter, Umberto Eco, John Fowles, Richard Powers and many other leading novelists.
It offers a comprehensive analysis of the 'post-theoretical novel', and traces an alternative history of the 'theory revolution' in recent literary fiction.
Get this from a library. Contemporary fiction and the uses of theory: the novel from structuralism to postmodernism. [Michael Greaney] -- This book examines the representation, or "novelizations" of literary critical theory (structuralism, poststructuralism, postmodernism) in contemporary fiction, and traces an alternative history of.
Get this from a library. Contemporary fiction and the uses of theory: the novel from structuralism to postmodernism. [Michael Greaney] -- Contemporary Fiction and the Uses of Theory is a study of the reception and representation of critical theory in literary fiction since the s.
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May 31, · In the introduction to her new book, The Novel after Theory, Judith Ryan surveys a number of recent critical works that announce the passing of theory and the arrival of a post-theory era in academic carthage-publicite.com news—if heard—has no doubt been received with discreet glee by a lot of literature instructors.
But just when it appeared safe again to preside shame-free over a classroom. Best Contemporary Literary Fiction (Around the Last 30 Years) Description: Books of the last 30 or so years destined to be classics. ValLloyd (0): it could be the best book ever and I still wouldn't finish it.
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Drawing upon a diverse range of theoretical schools and cultural texts, including Thing Theory, Marxism, New Formalism, playlists, blogs, and archival manuscripts, the book proposes a new understanding of maximalist writing and a new way of approaching the usefulness.
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On the. Jun 09, · Contemporary Theory Workbook, Book 1 (Bk. 1) [Margaret Brandman] on carthage-publicite.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Taking a practical and common-sense approach, the Contemporary Theory Workbooks provide students with an overview of many aspects of music theory/5(2).
Nov 01, · Engagements with Contemporary Literary and Critical Theory is a wide-ranging but accessible introduction to the key thinkers and theories integral to the study of literature. Organized thematically, the book provides historical introductions and uses a variety of relevant contemporary examples to illuminate the carthage-publicite.com: Evan Gottlieb.
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Although reflections on the nature of literature dated as far back as the classical Greek scholars, the real rich discussions on the theory of literature took place during the twentieth century. That is why most resources on literary theories provided here are those developing during the century from Russian Formalism to Postcolonial theory and Postmodernism.This is a book about the power game currently being played out between two symbiotic cultural institutions: the university and the novel.
As the number of hyper-knowledgeable literary fans grows, students and researchers in English departments waiver between dismissing and harnessing voices outside the academy. Meanwhile, the role that the university plays in contemporary literary fiction is Cited by: 3.Sep 24, · The nature of fiction has long been debated across the humanities, and is of considerable importance for philosophical aesthetics, literary theory, narratology and the history of ideas.
This volume offers something entirely new: a selection of multidisciplinary perspectives on fiction written by an international team of contributors at the forefront of their fields, providing a spectrum of.