The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 9, Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives / Edition 1by Christa Knellwolf
This volume presents a wide-ranging survey of developments in literary criticism and theory during the last century.See more details below
This volume presents a wide-ranging survey of developments in literary criticism and theory during the last century.
Table of Contents
Notes on contributors; Introduction Christa Knellwolf and Christopher Norris; Part I. History: 1. Historicism and historical criticism Paul Hamilton; 2. Literary criticism and the history of ideas Timothy Bahti; 3. Cultural materialism John Drakakis; 4. New historicism Duncan Salkeld; 5. Fascist politics and literary criticism Ortwin de Graef, Dirk de Geest and Eveline Vanfrausen; Part II. Marxism and Post Marxism: 6. Marxism and literary criticism Alex Callinicos; 7. Marxism and poststructuralism Michael Ryan; 8. Adorno and the early Frankfurt School Andrew Edgar; 9. The German-French debate: critical theory, hermeneutics and deconstruction Andrew Bowie; 10. Post-war Italian intellectual culture: from Marxism to cultural studies Renate Holub; Part III. From Folk Narratives to Cultural Studies: 11. Mikhail Bakhtin: language, narrative and literature Ken Hirschkop; 12. Cultural studies Chris Weedon; 13. Literature and the institutional context Gary Day; Part IV. Psychoanalytic Approaches: 14. Literary criticism and psychoanalytic positions Rainer Emig; Part V. Gender and Sexuality: 15. The history of feminist criticism Christa Knellwolf; 16. Deconstruction and feminism Diane Elam; 17. Gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender criticism Joseph Bristow; Part VI. Colonialism, Post-Coloniality, Nation and Race: 18. Post-colonial theory Firdous Azim; 19. African American literary history Simon Lee Price; 20. Anthropological criticism Brian Coates; Part VII. Modernity and Postmodernism: 21. Modernism, modernity, modernisation Robert Holub; 22. Postmodernism Patricia Waugh; Part VIII. Philosophy, Aesthetics and Literary Criticism: 23. Words and things in phenomenology and existentialism Clive Cazeaux; 24. Criticism, aesthetics and analytic philosophy Peter Lamarque; 25. Italian idealism Stephen Moller; 26. Spanish and Spanish American poetics and criticism Manuel Barbeito Varela; 27. American neopragmatism and its background Dan Latimer; 28. Ethics and literary studies Geoffrey Harpham; Part IX. Interdisciplinary Approaches: 29. Literature and theology Kevin Mills; 30. Literary theory, science and philosophy of science Christopher Norris; Bibliography; Index.
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