Contexts for Criticism
Mayfield Publishing Company, 1987 - 365 pagina's
"Contexts for Criticism "introduces readers to the essential issues of literary interpretation. The text includes three complete works: Keats's "Ode on a Grecian Urn," Melville's "Benito Cereno," and Charlotte Perkins Gilmans "The Yellow Wallpaper," . . These texts - plus Shakespeare's The Tempest - are examined through seven fundamental critical theories: Historical (Author as Context and Culture as Context), Formal, Reader-Response, Mimetic, Intertextual, and Poststructural. .
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Chapter One Theory
Author as Context E D Hirsch Jr Objective Interpretation
Terry Eagleton Literature and History
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