Victor Turner and the Construction of Cultural Criticism: Between Literature and Anthropology

Victor Turner and the Construction of Cultural Criticism: Between Literature and Anthropology

by Kathleen M. Ashley

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ISBN-13: 9780253310033
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 10/28/1990
Pages: 206

Table of Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements Introduction/Kathleen M.
Ashley

Part I: Cultural Theory and Literary Studies Experiencing Murder/Ritualistic Interpretation of Ancient Tests/Mieke Bal Aesthetics, Roman, and Turner/David Raybin Liminality, Carnival, and Social Structure/The Case of Late Medieval Biblical Drama/C. Clifford Flanigan Narratives of Ritual and Desire/Thomas Pavel Liminality and Fiction in Cooper, Hawthorne, Cather, and Fitzgerald/Robert Daly Mud, Mirrors, and Making Up/Liminality and Reflexivity in Between the Acts/Barbara A. Babcok Symbolism and the Problematics of Postmodern Representation/Stephen William Foster

Part II: Turner's Theory and Practice Victor Turner's Definition, Theory, and Sense of Ritual/Ronald L.
Grimes
"Hyperion to a Satyr"/Criticism and Anti-structure in the Work of Victor Turner/Frederick Turner The Literary Roots of Victor Turner's Anthropology/Edith Turner Victor Turner's Career and Publications/Frank E.
Manning

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