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The new economic criticism : studies at the intersection of literature and economics / edited by Martha Woodmansee and Mark Osteen.

Contributor(s): Woodmansee, Martha [edt] | Osteen, Mark [edt].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Economics as social theory.Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1999Description: xvii, 437 str. : ilustr. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0415149452.Subject(s): povijest američke književnosti | kulturalni studiji | sociologija | ekonomija | književna kritika
Contents:
1. Taking account of the New Economic Criticism: an historical introduction / Mark Osteen and Martha Woodmansee -- Pt. I. Language and money -- 2. The issue of representation / Marc Shell 3. "I talk to everybody in their own way": Defoe's economies of identity / Janet Sorensen 4. Buying into signs: money and semiosis in eighteenth-century German language theory / Richard T. Gray 5. Cash, check, or charge? / Jean-Joseph Goux -- Pt. II. Critical economics -- 6. Dominant economic metaphors and the postmodern subversion of the subject / M. Neil Browne and J. Kevin Quinn 7.The toggling sensibility: formalism, self-consciousness, and the improvement of economics / Howard Horwitz 8. The ends of economics / John Dupre and Regenia Gagnier -- Pt. III. Economics of the irrational -- 9. A portrait of Homo economicus as a Young Man / Susan F. Feiner 10. Banishing panic: Harriet Martineau and the popularization of political economy / Elaine Freedgood 11. "Libidinal economics": Lyotard and accounting for the unaccountable / Brian P. Cooper and Margueritte S. Murphy -- Pt. IV. Economic ethics: debts and bondage -- 12. Montaigne's Essais: metaphors of capital and exchange / Nancy P. Epstein 13. Sade's ethical economies / David Martyn 14. Fugitive properties / Samira Kawash -- Pt. V. Economies of authorship --15. "A taste for more": Trollope's addictive realism / Christina Crosby 16. Commodifying Tennyson: the historical transformation of "brand loyalty" / Gerhard Joseph 17. Smoking, the hack, and the general equivalent / Linda Austin -- Pt. VI. Modernism and markets -- 18. Who paid for modernism? / Paul Delany 19. Rhetoric, science, and economic prophecy: John Maynard Keynes's correspondence with Franklin D. Roosevelt / Davis W. Houck 20. A man is his bonds: The Great Gatsby and deficit spending / Michael Tratner --Pt. VII. Critical exchanges -- 21. Literary/cultural "Economies," economic discourse, and the question of Marxism / Jack Amariglio and David F. Ruccio 22. Reply to Amariglio and Ruccio's "Literary/cultural 'economies,' economic discourse, and the question of Marxism" / Regenia Gagnier and John Dupre 23. Symbolic economics: adventures in the metaphorical marketplace / Amy Koritz and Douglas Koritz.
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1. Taking account of the New Economic Criticism: an historical introduction / Mark Osteen and Martha Woodmansee -- Pt. I. Language and money -- 2. The issue of representation / Marc Shell 3. "I talk to everybody in their own way": Defoe's economies of identity / Janet Sorensen 4. Buying into signs: money and semiosis in eighteenth-century German language theory / Richard T. Gray 5. Cash, check, or charge? / Jean-Joseph Goux -- Pt. II. Critical economics -- 6. Dominant economic metaphors and the postmodern subversion of the subject / M. Neil Browne and J. Kevin Quinn 7.The toggling sensibility: formalism, self-consciousness, and the improvement of economics / Howard Horwitz 8. The ends of economics / John Dupre and Regenia Gagnier -- Pt. III. Economics of the irrational -- 9. A portrait of Homo economicus as a Young Man / Susan F. Feiner 10. Banishing panic: Harriet Martineau and the popularization of political economy / Elaine Freedgood 11. "Libidinal economics": Lyotard and accounting for the unaccountable / Brian P. Cooper and Margueritte S. Murphy -- Pt. IV. Economic ethics: debts and bondage -- 12. Montaigne's Essais: metaphors of capital and exchange / Nancy P. Epstein 13. Sade's ethical economies / David Martyn 14. Fugitive properties / Samira Kawash -- Pt. V. Economies of authorship --15. "A taste for more": Trollope's addictive realism / Christina Crosby 16. Commodifying Tennyson: the historical transformation of "brand loyalty" / Gerhard Joseph 17. Smoking, the hack, and the general equivalent / Linda Austin -- Pt. VI. Modernism and markets -- 18. Who paid for modernism? / Paul Delany 19. Rhetoric, science, and economic prophecy: John Maynard Keynes's correspondence with Franklin D. Roosevelt / Davis W. Houck 20. A man is his bonds: The Great Gatsby and deficit spending / Michael Tratner --Pt. VII. Critical exchanges -- 21. Literary/cultural "Economies," economic discourse, and the question of Marxism / Jack Amariglio and David F. Ruccio 22. Reply to Amariglio and Ruccio's "Literary/cultural 'economies,' economic discourse, and the question of Marxism" / Regenia Gagnier and John Dupre 23. Symbolic economics: adventures in the metaphorical marketplace / Amy Koritz and Douglas Koritz.

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