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The turning word : American literary modernism and continental theory

Author: Joseph N Riddel; Mark Bauerlein
Publisher: Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, ©1996.
Series: Critical authors & issues.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Joseph N. Riddel, distinguished critic and theorist, was a leading early proponent of poststructuralism and its application to American literary texts. The essays presented here, chosen by the author for book publication before his death, embody Riddel's culminating meditations upon literary theory and modern American literature.
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Named Person: H. D.; Hart Crane; Gertrude Stein; Charles Olson; Hilda Doolittle; Hart Crane; Gertrude Stein; Charles Olson
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph N Riddel; Mark Bauerlein
ISBN: 0812233786 9780812233780 0812216008 9780812216004
OCLC Number: 34875912
Description: xii, 172 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Critical authors & issues.
Responsibility: Joseph N. Riddel ; edited with an introduction by Mark Bauerlein.

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Joseph N. Riddel, distinguished critic and theorist, was a leading early proponent of poststructuralism and its application to American literary texts. The essays presented here, chosen by the author for book publication before his death, embody Riddel's culminating meditations upon literary theory and modern American literature.

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