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Literary theories in praxis / edited by Shirley F. Staton.

Contributor(s): Staton, Shirley F [edt] | Anderson, Charles R. Ecstacy: Dickinson's "My life had stood - a loaded gun -" [aut] | Brooks, Cleanth. Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium" [aut] | Perloff, Marjorie. The rhyme structure of the Byzantium poems [aut] | Heilman, Robert Bechtold. Hawthorne's "The birthmark": science as religion [aut] | Babener, Liahna. The shadow's shadow: the motif of the double in Edgar Allan Poe's "The purloined letter" [aut] | Warren, Robert Penn. Interpretation: "A rose for Emily" [aut] | McFarland, Dorothy T. Flannery O'Connor's "Revelation" [aut] | Halliburton, David. Poe's detective tales [aut] | Gilbert, Sandra M. A woman - white: Emily Dickinson's Yarn of pearl [aut] | Moore, Benita A. Hawthorne, Heidegger, and the Holy: the uses of literature [aut] | May, John R. The parables of Flannery O'Connor [aut] | Gelpi, Albert. Emily Dickinson and the Deerslayer [aut] | Frye, Northrop. The archetypes of literature [aut] | Muller, Gilbert H. Flannery O'Connor and the catholic grotesque [aut] | Johnson, Anthony L. Sign, structure, and self-reference in W. B. Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium" [aut] | Happel, NIkolaus. William Faulkner's "A rose for Emily" [aut] | Chatman, Seymour. What novels can do that film can't (and vice versa) [aut] | Scholes, Robert. Decoding Papa: "A very short story" as work and text [aut] | Barthes, Roland. Striptease [aut] | Hebdige, Dick. Subculture: the meaning of style [aut] | Tindall, William York. Transcendentalism and W. B. Yeats [aut] | Heath-Stubbs, John. Beyond aestheticism: W. B. Yeats [aut] | McGann, Jerome. The text, the poem, and the problem of historical method [aut] | Brecht, Bertolt. Theatre for pleasure of theatre for instruction [aut] | Mottram, Eric. Power and law in Hawthorne's fictions [aut] | Eagleton, Terry. Ideology and literary form: W. B. Yeats [aut] | Shohat, Ella. The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power [aut] | Stam, Robert. The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power [aut] | Rich, Adrienne. Vesuvius at home: the power of Emily Dickinson [aut] | Fetterley, Judith. Women beware science: "The birthmark" [aut] | Fetterley, Judith. A rose for "A rose for Emily" [aut] | Bonaparte, Marie. "The purloined letter" [aut] | Lesser, Simon O. Fiction and the unconscious: "The birthmark" [aut] | Holland, Norman. Fantasy and defense in faulkner's "A rose for Emily" [aut] | Webster, Brenda S. A psychoanalytic study: "Sailing to Byzantium" [aut] | Bloom, Harold. Yeats and "Sailing to Byzantium" [aut] | Lacan, Jacques. Seminar on "The purloined letter" (with introductory note by Jeffrey Mehlman) [aut] | Tefs, Wayne A. Norman N. Holland and "A rose for Emily" - some questions concerning psychoanalytic criticism [aut] | Crosman, Robert. How readers make meaning [aut] | Dillon, George L. Styles of reading [aut] | Lotman, Jurij M. The text and the structure of its audience [aut] | Derrida, Jacques. Structure, sign, and play in the discourse [aut] | Johnson Barbara. The frame of reference: Poe, Lacan, Derrida [aut] | Lipking, Lawrence I. The practice of theory [aut].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Philadelphia : The University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990Description: xii, 471 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0812212347.Subject(s): teorija književnosti
Contents:
1. New criticism 2. Phenomenological criticism 3. Archetypal and genre criticism 4. Structuralist-semiotic criticism 5. Sociological criticism: historical, marxist, feminist 6. Psychoanalytic criticism 7. Reader-response criticism 8. Deconstructionist criticism 9. Humanist criticism
Anderson, Charles R.--Ecstacy: Dickinson's "My life had stood - a loaded gun -" Brooks, Cleanth--Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium" Perloff, Marjorie--The rhyme structure of the Byzantium poems Heilman, Robert Bechtold--Hawthorne's "The birthmark": Babener, Liahna--The shadow's shadow: the motif of the double in Edgar Allan Poe's "The purloined letter" Warren, Robert Penn--Interpretation: "A rose for Emily" McFarland, Dorothy T.--Flannery O'Connor's "Revelation" Halliburton, David--Poe's detective tales Gilbert, Sandra M.--A woman - white: Emily Dickinson's Yarn of pearl Moore, Benita A.--Hawthorne, Heidegger, and the Holy: the uses of literature May, John R.--The parables of Flannery O'Connor Gelpi, Albert--Emily Dickinson and the Deerslayer Frye, Northrop--The archetypes of literature Muller, Gilbert H.--Flannery O'Connor and the catholic grotesque Johnson, Anthony L.--Sign, structure, and self-reference in W. B. Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium" Happel, NIkolaus--William Faulkner's "A rose for Emily" Chatman, Seymour--What novels can do that film can't (and vice versa) Scholes, Robert--Decoding Papa: "A very short story" as work and text Barthes, Roland--Striptease Hebdige, Dick--Subculture: the meaning of style Tindall, William York--Transcendentalism and W. B. Yeats Heath-Stubbs, John--Beyond aestheticism: W. B. Yeats McGann, Jerome--The text, the poem, and the problem of historical method Brecht, Bertolt--Theatre for pleasure of theatre for instruction Mottram, Eric--Power and law in Hawthorne's fictions Eagleton, Terry--Ideology and literary form: W. B. Yeats Shohat, Ella--The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power Stam, Robert--The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power Rich, Adrienne--Vesuvius at home: the power of Emily Dickinson Fetterley, Judith--Women beware science: "The birthmark" Fetterley, Judith--A rose for "A rose for Emily" Bonaparte, Marie--"The purloined letter" Lesser, Simon O.--Fiction and the unconscious: "The birthmark" Holland, Norman--Fantasy and defense in faulkner's "A rose for Emily" Webster, Brenda S.--A psychoanalytic study: "Sailing to Byzantium" Bloom, Harold--Yeats and "Sailing to Byzantium" Lacan, Jacques--Seminar on "The purloined letter" (with introductory note by Jeffrey Mehlman) Tefs, Wayne A.--Norman N. Holland and "A rose for Emily" - some questions concerning psychoanalytic criticism Crosman, Robert--How readers make meaning Dillon, George L.--Styles of reading Lotman, Jurij M.--The text and the structure of its audience Derrida, Jacques--Structure, sign, and play in the discourse Johnson Barbara--The frame of reference: poe, LAaan, Derrida Lipking, Lawrence I.--The practice of theory
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Str. 441-452: Bibliografija

Str. 461-471: Kazalo pojmova i imena

1. New criticism
2. Phenomenological criticism
3. Archetypal and genre criticism
4. Structuralist-semiotic criticism
5. Sociological criticism: historical, marxist, feminist
6. Psychoanalytic criticism
7. Reader-response criticism
8. Deconstructionist criticism
9. Humanist criticism

Anderson, Charles R.--Ecstacy: Dickinson's "My life had stood - a loaded gun -"
Brooks, Cleanth--Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium"
Perloff, Marjorie--The rhyme structure of the Byzantium poems
Heilman, Robert Bechtold--Hawthorne's "The birthmark": Babener, Liahna--The shadow's shadow: the motif of the double in Edgar Allan Poe's "The purloined letter"
Warren, Robert Penn--Interpretation: "A rose for Emily"
McFarland, Dorothy T.--Flannery O'Connor's "Revelation"
Halliburton, David--Poe's detective tales
Gilbert, Sandra M.--A woman - white: Emily Dickinson's Yarn of pearl
Moore, Benita A.--Hawthorne, Heidegger, and the Holy: the uses of literature
May, John R.--The parables of Flannery O'Connor
Gelpi, Albert--Emily Dickinson and the Deerslayer
Frye, Northrop--The archetypes of literature
Muller, Gilbert H.--Flannery O'Connor and the catholic grotesque
Johnson, Anthony L.--Sign, structure, and self-reference in W. B. Yeats's "Sailing to Byzantium"
Happel, NIkolaus--William Faulkner's "A rose for Emily"
Chatman, Seymour--What novels can do that film can't (and vice versa)
Scholes, Robert--Decoding Papa: "A very short story" as work and text
Barthes, Roland--Striptease
Hebdige, Dick--Subculture: the meaning of style
Tindall, William York--Transcendentalism and W. B. Yeats
Heath-Stubbs, John--Beyond aestheticism: W. B. Yeats
McGann, Jerome--The text, the poem, and the problem of historical method
Brecht, Bertolt--Theatre for pleasure of theatre for instruction
Mottram, Eric--Power and law in Hawthorne's fictions
Eagleton, Terry--Ideology and literary form: W. B. Yeats
Shohat, Ella--The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power
Stam, Robert--The cinema after Babel: language, difference, power
Rich, Adrienne--Vesuvius at home: the power of Emily Dickinson
Fetterley, Judith--Women beware science: "The birthmark"
Fetterley, Judith--A rose for "A rose for Emily"
Bonaparte, Marie--"The purloined letter"
Lesser, Simon O.--Fiction and the unconscious: "The birthmark"
Holland, Norman--Fantasy and defense in faulkner's "A rose for Emily"
Webster, Brenda S.--A psychoanalytic study: "Sailing to Byzantium"
Bloom, Harold--Yeats and "Sailing to Byzantium"
Lacan, Jacques--Seminar on "The purloined letter" (with introductory note by Jeffrey Mehlman)
Tefs, Wayne A.--Norman N. Holland and "A rose for Emily" - some questions concerning psychoanalytic criticism
Crosman, Robert--How readers make meaning
Dillon, George L.--Styles of reading
Lotman, Jurij M.--The text and the structure of its audience
Derrida, Jacques--Structure, sign, and play in the discourse
Johnson Barbara--The frame of reference: poe, LAaan, Derrida
Lipking, Lawrence I.--The practice of theory

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