The poetical works of John Milton Volume 29

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It can be made a hollow trick (as it often is with the syntactic instabilities in Dylan Thomas)." Literature Criticism Online collects and organizes literary commentary representing a variety of genres, time periods, and nationalities. Timon of Athens impresses us as more ironic and less heroic than the better known tragedies, not simply because Timon is a more middle-class hero who has to buy what authority he has, but because the feeling that Timon's suicide has somehow failed to make a fully heroic point is very strong.

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Johnson, Richard. "What Is Cultural Studies Anyway?" Social Text: Theory/Culture/Ideology 16 (1986-87): 38-80. Pfister, Joel. "The Americanization of Cultural Studies." Yale Journal of Criticism 4 (1991): 199-229. Introduction to Contemporary Critical Studies A Farewell to Arms: The Hemingway Library Edition It is an odious view in either case, because it denies the autonomy of the artist as one who interests himself in the artistic object in his own right, and likewise the autonomy of the work itself as existing for its own sake. (We may define a chemical as something which can effect a certain cure, but that is not its meaning to the chemist; and we may define toys, if we are weary parents, as things which keep our children quiet, but that is not what they are to engineers.) Furthermore, we must regard as uncritical the use of an extensive vocabulary which ascribes to the object properties really discovered in the subject, as: moving, exciting, entertaining, pitiful; great, if I am not mistaken, and admirable, on a slightly different ground; and, in strictness, beautiful itself. 2 More & Less Without disinterestedness there is no possibility of truth and high culture. A high culture will come about only when the critic has prepared the way for the poet. In_his "Study of Poetry/' Arnold claims the highest future for poetry. "The future of poetry," he writes, "is immense, be- cause in poetry where it is worthy of its high destinies, our race, as time goes on, will find an ever surer and surer stay British Colonial Realism in Africa: Inalienable Objects, Contested Domains (Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture) British Colonial Realism in Africa:. Abrams' venerable distinction of "Audience" (reader-centered theories), "Artist" (author-centered theories), "Work" (text-centered theories), and "Universe" (e.g., "world" [mimetic & "political"]-centered theories)--with a very loose attempt at chronological order within each. (I've also made a PowerPoint introduction to Abrams' quaternity .) Of course, many theories (and scholars) overlap a great deal in such a schema, and thus my organization should be taken with several shakers of salt Advertisements for Myself read pdf

Thomas Hardy and Bernard Shaw both flourished around 1900 and both were interested in evolution. Hardy did better with tragedy, and saw evolution in terms of a stoical meliorism, a Schopenhauerian immanent will, and an activity of "chance" or "hap" in which any individual life may be expendable Revisiting Iris Marion Young download pdf Culler, Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1981. p.219 "literary work should be regarded not as an object whose properties the student seeks to know but rather as an experience of the reader, so that false starts, errors, changes of mind are to be thought of, not as undesirable experiences of ill-prepared students, but as part of the experience, and thus part of the meaning of the work" (Stanley Fish, "Self-Consuming Artifacts"). "When presented with a word we first of all perceive a 'sphere of meaning' , e.g. Making of the Pre A psychoanalytic interpretation of such fantasies, however, yields a more subtle interpretation Rooms of Our Own Rooms of Our Own.

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