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Book Description Blackwell Publishing Ltd, London, UK, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. First Edition. This comprehensive guide to the history of literary criticism from antiquity to the present day provides an authoritative overview of the major movements, figures, and texts of literary criticism, as well as surveying their cultural, historical, and philosophical contexts. * Supplies the cultural, historical and philosophical background to the literary criticism of each era * Enables students to see the development of literary criticism in context * Organised chronologically, from classical literary criticism through to deconstruction * Considers a wide range of thinkers and events from the French Revolution to Freud's views on civilization * Can be used alongside any anthology of literary criticism or as a coherent stand-alone introduction. Printed Pages: 848. Size: 170 x 245 Mm. Bookseller Inventory # 020690
Book Description Wiley, 2012. Pbk. International Edition, Reprint. Contents Introduction I Ancient Greek criticism classical literary criticism intellectual and political backgrounds 1 Plato 428-ca 347 BC 2 Aristotle 384-322 BC II The traditions of rhetoric 3 Greek rhetoric Protagoras Gorgias Antiphon Lysias Isocrates Plato Aristotle 4 The Hellenistic period and Roman rhetoric Rhetorica Cicero Quintilian III Greek and Latin criticism during the Roman Empire 5 Horace 65-8 BC 6 Longinus first century AD 7 Neo-Platonism Plotinus Macrobius Boethius IV The medieval era 8 The early middle ages St Augustine 9 The later middle ages Hugh of St Victor John of Salisbury Dante Alighieri Geoffrey de Vinsauf Ibn Rushd Averroes St Thomas Aquinas 10 Transitions medieval humanism Giovanni Boccaccio Christine de Pisan V The early modern period to the enlightenment 11 The early modern period Giambattista Giraldi Lodovico Castelvetro Giacopo Mazzoni Torquato Tasso Joachim du Bellay Piere de Ronsard Sir Philip Sidney George Gascoigne George Puttenham 12 Neoclassical literary criticism Pierre Corneille Nicolas Boileau John Dryden Alexander Pope Aphra Behn Samuel Johnson 13 The enlightenment John Locke Joseph Addison Giambattista Vico David Hume Edmund Burke Mary Wollstonecraft VI The earlier nineteenth century and romanticism introduction to the modern period 14 The Kantian system and Kants aesthetics 15 G W F Hegel 1770-1831 16 Romanticism I Germany and France Friedrich von Schiller Friedrich Schleiermacher Germaine de Stael 17 Romanticism II England and America William Wordsworth Samuel Taylor Coleridge Ralph Waldo Emerson VII The later nineteenth century 18 Realism and naturalism George Eliot Emile Zola William Dean Howells Henry James 19 Symbolism and aestheticism Charles Baudelaire Walter Pater Oscar Wilde 20 The heterological thinkers Arthur Schopenhauer Friedrich Nietzsche Henri Bergson Matthew Arnold 21 Marxism Karl Marx Friedrich Engels Gyorgy Lukacs Terry Eagleton VIII The twentieth century the twentieth century backgrounds and perspectives 22 Psychoanalytic criticism Freud and Lacan 23 Formalisms Victor Shklovsky Boris Eichenbaum Mikhail Bakhtin Roman Jakobson John Crowe Ransom William K Wimsatt Monroe C Beardsley TS Eliot 24 Structuralism Ferdinand de Saussure Roland Barthes 25 Deconstruction Jacques Derrida 26 Feminist criticism Virginia Woolf Simone de Beauvoir Elaine Showalter Michele Barrett Julia Kristeva Helene Cixous 27 Reader-response and reception theory Edmund Husserl Martin Heidegger Hans Robert Jauss Wolfgang Iser Stanley Fish 28 Postcolonial criticism Frantz Fanon Edward Said Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak Homi Bhabha Henry Louis Gates Jr 29 New historicism Stephen Greenblatt Michel Foucault Epilogue Selective bibliography IndexThis comprehensive guide to the history of literary criticism from antiquity to the present day provides an authoritative overview of the major movements figures and texts of literary criticism as well as surveying their cultural historical and philosophical contextsA valuable resource not only for students and teachers of literary criticism and theory but also for those studying literature of all periods this magnificent volume contains clear and comprehensive introductions to the major periods of literary study from the classical and medieval eras through the renaissance reformation neo-classicism and romanticism to realism modernism and postmodernism It offers detailed accounts of major events and movements such as the Protestant reformation the enlightenment and the French revolution as well as detailed introductions to major figures such as Plato Aristotle Horace Augustine Dante Aquinas de Pisan Sidney Pope Kant Hegel Marx Nietzsche Feud De Beauvoir Woolf and HeideggerThis book will be an invaluable companion for all students seeking to learn about the intellectual and broader historical contexts of literary study jacket 838 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 102602