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The Johns Hopkins guide to literary theory and criticism

Author: Michael Groden; Martin Kreiswirth
Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1994.
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Contains over 200 alphabetically arranged entries on the major terms, movements, and critics associated with the field of literary theory and criticism.
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Genre/Form: Bio-bibliography
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Johns Hopkins guide to literary theory and criticism.
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)609354397
Online version:
Johns Hopkins guide to literary theory and criticism.
Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)624008147
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Groden; Martin Kreiswirth
ISBN: 0801845602 9780801845604
OCLC Number: 28424998
Description: xiii, 775 pages ; 26 cm
Contents: M.H. Abrams - Theodor W. Adomo African Theory and Criticism; African-American Theory and Criticism; American Theory and Criticism - 19th Century Anthropological Theory and Criticism Arabic Theory and Criticism; Archetypal Theory and Criticism; Aristotle; Matthew Arnold; Art Theory; W.H. Auden, Erich Auerbach; St. Augustine; Australian Theory and Criticism; Francis Bacon; M.M. Bakhtin; Roland Barthes; Georges Bataille; Charles Baudelaire; Simone de Beauvoir; Walter Benjamin tmile Benveniste; Biblical Theory and Criticism; R.P. Blackmur; Wilham Blake; Maurice Blanchot; Harold Bloom; Bloomsbury Group; Giovanni Boccaccio; Nicolas Boileau-Despreaux; British Theory and Criticism; Edmund Burke; Kenneth Burke; Cambridge Pituahsts; Canadian Theory and Criticism; Caribbean Theory and Criticism; Chicago Critics; Chinese Theory and Criticism; Noam Chomsky; Helene Cixous; Classical Theory and Criticism, Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Benedetto Croce; Cultural Studies; Dante Alighieri Deconstruction; Galvano della Volpe Paul de Man; Jacques Derrida; Francesco De Sanctis; Rene Descartes; John Dewey Discourse; Drama Theory; John Dryden; Umberto Eco; T.S. Eliot; Ralph Waldo; Emerson William Empson; Franz Fanon; Feminist Theory and Critisism; Fiction Theory and Criticism; Film Theory; Stanley Fish; Gustave Flaubert; Michel Foucault; Frankfurt School; French Theory and Criticism; Sigmund Freud; Northrop Frye; Margaret Fuller; Gay Theory and Criticism; German Theory and Criticism; Rene Girard; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Antonio Gramsci; Jurgen Habermas; Geoffrey H. Hartman; William Hazhtt G.W.F. Hegel; Martin Heidegger Hermeneutics; Historical Theory and Criticism History of Ideas; Friedrich Helderlin Horace; David Hume; Indian Theory and Criticism; Luce frigaray; Italian Theory and Criticism; Pomanjakobson; Henry James; Fredric Jameson; Japanese Theory and Criticism; Samuel Johnson; Ben Johnson; Immanuel Kant; Soren Kierkegaard; Murray Krieger; Julia Kristeva; Thomas S. Kuhn; Jacques Lacan; Latin American Theory and Criticism; D.H. Lawrence; F.R. Leavis; G.E. Lessing; Claude Levi-Strauss; Linguistics and Language; Longinus; Georg Lukacs Jean Francois Lyotard; Marshall McLuhan; Stephane Mallarme and French Symbolism; Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels; Marxist Theory and Criticism; Medieval Theory and Criticism; John Stuart Mill; J. Hiflis Miller; Modernist Theory and Criticism; Moscow-Tartu School; Myth Theory and Criticism; Narratology; New Criticism; New Historicism; New Humanism; New York Intellectuals; Friedrich Nietzsche; Orality and Literacy; Jose Ortega y Gasset; George Orwell; Walter Pater; Charles Sanders Peirce; Phenomenology; Philology; Plato; Edgar Alan Poe; Postcolonial Cultural Studies; Postmodernism; Ezra Pound; Practical Criticism; Prague School Structuralism; Psychoanalytic Theory and Criticism; Peader-Response Theory and Criticism. (Part contents).
Responsibility: edited by Michael Groden and Martin Kreiswirth.
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