The Continuum Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory (inbunden)
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The Continuum Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory (inbunden)

The Continuum Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory

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The Continuum Encyclopedia of Modern Criticism and Theory offers the student and scholar of literary and cultural studies the most comprehensive, single volume guide to the history and development of modern criticism in the humanities. In a clearly organized format, this major reference work takes the reader through introductions to historically influential philosophers, literary critics, schools of thought and movements from Spinoza and Descartes to Phenomenology and Heidegger, before turning to its three principal areas of critical attention: Europe, North America and Great Britain.
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"The book's value lies in the depth and range of its entries as essential points of view and issues are clarified and areas for further research and study are suggested. The upper-level undergraduate and the graduate student will benefit from the overviews and analysis presented in each entry...Written with clarity and presented with the necessary detail to cover each topic, the technical jargon within each entry can easily be overcome by referring to the glossary for explanations and the index for cross-referencing...this reviewer, highly recommends this book to the serious student." -- American Reference Books Annual "This new single-volume introduction to the history of criticism in the humanities should find a welcome and useful place in most reference collections....It succeeds exceptionally well; editor Wolfreys is to be congratulated."--Library Journal starred review "At first glance, seeing a book on literary theory might cause the hair to raise and the lip to twitch...Happily, this volume of more than 100 essays on modern literary criticism offers students and faculty a lantern for the dark land of the history and development of literary and cultural criticism...It appears a must buy for those interested in its subject matter." -35th Annual American Reference Books Annual, 2004 "...highly recommended for academic collections." - American Reference Books Annual, Vol. 36, 2005 * American Reference Books Annual *

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JULIAN WOLFREYS is Associate Professor in the department of English at the University of Florida, UK.


Foreword Part I Critical Discourse in Europe Rene Descartes and Baruch Spinoza: Beginnings Warren Montag, Occidental College Immanuel Kant and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel Jacques Lazra, University of Wisconsin-Madison Johann Christian Friedrich Hoelderlin Veronique M. Foti, Pennsylvania State University Karl Marx Robert C. Holub, University of California, Berkeley Charles Baudelaire and Stephane Mallarme Elizabeth Constable, University of California, Davis Friedrich Nietzsche Robert C. Holub, University of California, Berkeley Sigmund Freud Juliet Flower MacCannell, University of California, Irvine Ferdinand de Saussure and Structural Linguistics Kenneth Womack, Pennsylvania State University, Altoona Edmund Husserl Claire Colebrook, Stirling University Phenomenology Ullrich Michael Haase, Manchester Metropolitan University Gaston Bachelard and George Canguilhem: Epistemology in France Alison Ross, Monash University, and Amir Ahmadi, University of Sydney Jean Paulhan and/versus Francis Ponge Jan Baetens, Katholieke universiteit, Leuven Gyoergy Lukacs Mitchell R. Lewis, Oklahoma University Russian Formalism, the Moscow Linguistics Circle, and Prague Structuralism: Boris Eichenbaum, Jan Mukarovsky, Victor Shklovsky, Yuri Tynyanov, Roman Jakobson Kenneth Womack, Pennsylvania State University, Altoona Ludwig Wittgenstein William Flesch, Brandeis University Martin Heidegger Claire Colebrook, Stirling University Antonio Gramsci Stephen Shapiro, University of Warwick Walter Benjamin Jeremy Tambling, Hong Kong University Reception Theory: Roman Ingarden, Hans-Georg Gadamer and the Geneva School Luke Ferretter, Wolfson College, Cambridge The Frankfurt School, the Marxist Tradition, Culture and Critical Thinking: Max Horkheimer, Herbert Marcuse, Theodor Adorno, Jurgen Habermas Kenneth Surin, Duke University Mikhail Bakhtin R. Brandon Kershner, University of Florida Georges Bataille and Maurice Blanchot Arkady Plotnitsky, Purdue University Bertolt Brecht Loren Kruger, University of Chicago Jacques Lacan Juliet Flower MacCannell, University of California, Irvine The Reception of Hegel and Heidegger in France: Alexandre Kojeve, John Hyppolite, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty Jean Michel Rabate, University of Pennsylvania Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, and Existentialism Mark Currie, Anglia Polytechnic University Emmanuel Levinas Kevin Hart, Monash University Simone de Beauvoir and French Feminism Karen Green, Monash University Claude Levi-Strauss Boris Wiseman, Durham University Jean Genet Alain-Michel Rocheleau, Univeristy of British Columbia Paul Ricoeur Martin McQuillan, Leeds Uiveristy Roland Barthes Nick Mansfield, University of Melbourne French Structuralism: A. J. Greimas, Tzvetan Todorov and Gerard Genette Dirk de Geest, Katholieke universiteit, Leuven Louis Althusser and his Circle Warren Montag, Occidental College Reception Theory and Reader-Response (I): Hans-Robert Jauss, Wolfgang Iser, and the School of Konstanz Jeremy Lane, University of Sussex Jean-Francois Lyotard and Jean Baudrillard: The Suspicion of Metanarratives Garry Leonard, Univeristy of Toronto The Social and the Cultural: Michel de Certeau, Pierre Bourdieu and Louis Marin Brian Niro, De Paul University Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari Claire Colebrook, Stirling University Michel Foucault John Brannigan, Queen's University, Belfast Jacques Derrida Kevin Hart, Monash University Luce Irigaray Ewa Ziarek, Notre Dame University Christian Metz Marcia Butzel, Clark University Guy Debord and the Situationist International Lynn A. Higgins, Dartmouth College Umberto Eco SunHee Kim Gertz, Clark University Modernities: Paul Virilio, Gianni Vattimo, Giorgio Agamben David Punter, Bristol University Helene Cixous Juliet Flower MacCannell, University of California, Irvine Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe and Jean-Luc Nancy Heesok Chang, Vassar College Julia Kristeva Joan Brandt, Claremont Colleges Slavoj Zizek Michael Walsh, University of Ha