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المؤلف : Raman Selden
سنة النشر : 2005
عدد الصفحات : غير محدد
عن الكتاب : 2005م - 1443هـ A Reader's Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory Reflecting the continuing change and development in modern literacy theory, the key features of this book includes its clarity, brevity, equal coverage of the main literary theories and useful bibliographies of further reading. Literature students will find its clearly defined sections easy to navigate and whilst avoiding over-simplification, it makes a complex subject accessible Contents Preface to the Fifth Edition ix Introduction 1 1 New Criticism, moral formalism and F. R. Leavis 15 Origins: Eliot, Richards, Empson 15 The American New Critics 18 Moral formalism: F. R. Leavis 23 2 Russian formalism and the Bakhtin School 29 Shklovsky, Mukarˇovsky´, Jakobson 30 The Bakhtin School 39 3 Reader-oriented theories 45 Phenomenology: Husserl, Heidegger, Gadamer 49 Hans Robert Jauss and Wolfgang Iser 50 Fish, Riffaterre, Bleich 55 4 Structuralist theories 62 The linguistic background 63 Structuralist narratology 67 Metaphor and metonymy 72 Structuralist poetics 75 5 Marxist theories 82 Soviet Socialist Realism 84 Lukács and Brecht 86 The Frankfurt School and After: Adorno and Benjamin 91 ‘Structuralist’ Marxism: Goldmann, Althusser, Macherey 95 ‘New Left’ Marxism: Williams, Eagleton, Jameson 99 ARG_A01.qxd 9/20/07 10:44 AM Page vii . viii CONTENTS 6 Feminist theories 115 First-wave feminist criticism: Woolf and de Beauvoir 117 Second-wave feminist criticism 120 Kate Millett: sexual politics 123 Marxist feminism 125 Elaine Showalter: gynocriticism 126 French feminism: Kristeva, Cixous, Irigaray 129 7 Poststructuralist theories 144 Roland Barthes 148 Psychoanalytic theories: 153 Jacques Lacan 156 Julia Kristeva 161 Deleuze and Guattari 162 Deconstruction: Jacques Derrida 164 American deconstruction 171 Michel Foucault 178 New Historicism and Cultural Materialism 180 8 Postmodernist theories 197 Jean Baudrillard 200 Jean-François Lyotard 203 Postmodernism and Marxism 206 Postmodern feminisms 209 9 Postcolonialist theories 218 Edward Said 220 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 223 Homi K. Bhabha 226 Race and ethnicity 229 10 Gay, lesbian and queer theories 243 Gay theory and criticism 244 Lesbian feminist theory and criticism 247 Queer theory and criticism 252 Conclusion: Post-Theory 267 Appendix 1: Recommended glossaries of theoretical and critical terms and concepts 280 Appendix 2: Literary, critical and cultural theory journals 282 Index of names, titles and topics 283 ARG_A01.qxd 9/20/07 10:44 AM Page viii . Preface to the Fifth Edition published in Great Britain in 2005 .
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2005م - 1443هـ A Reader's Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory Reflecting the continuing change and development in modern literacy theory, the key features of this book includes its clarity, brevity, equal coverage of the main literary theories and useful bibliographies of further reading. Literature students will find its clearly defined sections easy to navigate and whilst avoiding over-simplification, it makes a complex subject accessible Contents Preface to the Fifth Edition ix Introduction 1 1 New Criticism, moral formalism and F. R. Leavis 15 Origins: Eliot, Richards, Empson 15 The American New Critics 18 Moral formalism: F. R. Leavis 23 2 Russian formalism and the Bakhtin School 29 Shklovsky, Mukarˇovsky´, Jakobson 30 The Bakhtin School 39 3 Reader-oriented theories 45 Phenomenology: Husserl, Heidegger, Gadamer 49 Hans Robert Jauss and Wolfgang Iser 50 Fish, Riffaterre, Bleich 55 4 Structuralist theories 62 The linguistic background 63 Structuralist narratology 67 Metaphor and metonymy 72 Structuralist poetics 75 5 Marxist theories 82 Soviet Socialist Realism 84 Lukács and Brecht 86 The Frankfurt School and After: Adorno and Benjamin 91 ‘Structuralist’ Marxism: Goldmann, Althusser, Macherey 95 ‘New Left’ Marxism: Williams, Eagleton, Jameson 99 ARG_A01.qxd 9/20/07 10:44 AM Page vii . viii CONTENTS 6 Feminist theories 115 First-wave feminist criticism: Woolf and de Beauvoir 117 Second-wave feminist criticism 120 Kate Millett: sexual politics 123 Marxist feminism 125 Elaine Showalter: gynocriticism 126 French feminism: Kristeva, Cixous, Irigaray 129 7 Poststructuralist theories 144 Roland Barthes 148 Psychoanalytic theories: 153 Jacques Lacan 156 Julia Kristeva 161 Deleuze and Guattari 162 Deconstruction: Jacques Derrida 164 American deconstruction 171 Michel Foucault 178 New Historicism and Cultural Materialism 180 8 Postmodernist theories 197 Jean Baudrillard 200 Jean-François Lyotard 203 Postmodernism and Marxism 206 Postmodern feminisms 209 9 Postcolonialist theories 218 Edward Said 220 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 223 Homi K. Bhabha 226 Race and ethnicity 229 10 Gay, lesbian and queer theories 243 Gay theory and criticism 244 Lesbian feminist theory and criticism 247 Queer theory and criticism 252 Conclusion: Post-Theory 267 Appendix 1: Recommended glossaries of theoretical and critical terms and concepts 280 Appendix 2: Literary, critical and cultural theory journals 282 Index of names, titles and topics 283 ARG_A01.qxd 9/20/07 10:44 AM Page viii . Preface to the Fifth Edition published in Great Britain in 2005 .


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