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Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Volume 9: Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives (Christa Knellwolf Christopher Norris (eds)) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2001) 9780521317252
Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Volume 9: Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives (Christa Knellwolf Christopher Norris (eds)) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2001) 9780521317252
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Title: Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, Volume 9: Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives

Author: Knellwolf, Christa Christopher Norris (eds)

Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Publication Date: 2001

Paperback; ISBN: 9780521317252

Volumes: 1; Pages: 496

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This volume in The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism brings together a wide range of highly informative essays on developments in literary criticism and theory during the twentieth century. The main focus is on historical, philosophical and sociocultural approaches to literature and it offers both authoritative treatments of the topics under review and a lively sense of engagement and dialogue among the contributors. It has a full bibliographical apparatus and provides an invaluable resource for readers who are seeking to orient themselves in this complex and often bewildering field.ContentsNotes on contributorsIntroduction Christa Knellwolf and Christopher NorrisPart I. History1. Historicism and historical criticism Paul Hamilton2. Literary criticism and the history of ideas Timothy Bahti3. Cultural materialism John Drakakis4. New historicism Duncan Salkeld5. Fascist politics and literary criticism Ortwin de Graef, Dirk de Geest and Eveline VanfrausenPart II. Marxism and Post Marxism6. Marxism and literary criticism Alex Callinicos7. Marxism and poststructuralism Michael Ryan8. Adorno and the early Frankfurt School Andrew Edgar9. The German-French debate: critical theory, hermeneutics and deconstruction Andrew Bowie10. Post-war Italian intellectual culture: from Marxism to cultural studies Renate HolubPart III. From Folk Narratives to Cultural Studies11. Mikhail Bakhtin: language, narrative and literature Ken Hirschkop12. Cultural studies Chris Weedon13. Literature and the institutional context Gary DayPart IV. Psychoanalytic Approaches14. Literary criticism and psychoanalytic positions Rainer EmigPart V. Gender and Sexuality15. The history of feminist criticism Christa Knellwolf16. Deconstruction and feminism Diane Elam17. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender criticism Joseph BristowPart VI. Colonialism, Post-Coloniality, Nation and Race18. Post-colonial theory Firdous Azim19. African American literary history Simon Lee Price20. Anthropological criticism Brian CoatesPart VII. Modernity and Postmodernism21. Modernism, modernity, modernisation Robert Holub22. Postmodernism Patricia WaughPart VIII. Philosophy, Aesthetics and Literary Criticism23. Words and things in phenomenology and existentialism Clive Cazeaux24. Criticism, aesthetics and analytic philosophy Peter Lamarque25. Italian idealism Stephen Moller26. Spanish and Spanish American poetics and criticism Manuel Barbeito Varela27. American neopragmatism and its background Dan Latimer28. Ethics and literary studies Geoffrey HarphamPart IX. Interdisciplinary Approaches29. Literature and theology Kevin Mills30. Literary theory, science and philosophy of science Christopher NorrisBibliographyIndex
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