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The new edition of this bestselling literary theory anthology has been thoroughly updated to include influential texts from innovative new areas, including disability studies, eco-criticism, and ethics. Literary Theory : An Anthology. Julie Rivkin , Michael Ryan. Covers all the major schools and methods that make up the dynamic field of literary theory, from Formalism to Postcolonialism Expanded to include work from Stuart Hall, Sara Ahmed, and Lauren Berlant.
Pedagogically enhanced with detailed editorial introductions and a comprehensive glossary of terms. Viktor Shklovsky Art as Technique. Cleanth Brooks The Formalist Critics. History Without the Footnotes. Poetry Serial Television. The Restraints of Language. ParadigmsGender Effects. Theorizing Transnational Studies of Sexuality. Intersectional in Assemblage Theory.
Utopian Hermeneutics in. Part Two Structuralism Linguistics Narratology. An Empirical Study. Emmanuel Levinas Ethics and the Face. Facing Baudelaires Eyes of the Poor. Kent Lehnhof Relation and Responsibility. Part Four PostStructuralism. Sigmund Freud The Uncanny. The Underground Stream. Toni Morrison Playing in the Dark.
Jamaica Kincaid A Small Place. Stuart Hall Cultural Identity and Diaspora. Suzanne Keane Narrative Empathy. Sara Ahmed Affective Economies. Neuroscience Criticism and Theory. Theorizing Research Practices. John Urry Complexity. A Few Clarifications. Glossary of Terms. He is the author of several books, two novels, and co-editor of the journal Politics and Culture. Part Three Phenomenology Reception Ethics.
Julie H. Rivkin born is an American literary critic and professor of English at Connecticut College since She is best known for her publications on literary theory and Henry James , and has published several works on both subjects. Rivkin received her B. In , Rivkin, co-editing with Michael Ryan, published Literary Theory: An Anthology , a comprehensive guide to contemporary Literary Theory which is used in many undergraduate and graduate courses of Literary Theory and cultural criticism at universities and colleges ranging from Dartmouth College  to the University of Tennessee. It has influenced other books on the subject and has been cited in publications by Bruce McComiskey in English Studies  as well as Mary Klage's Literary Theory: A Guide for the Perplexed  and other publications on literary theory.
Literary Theory: An Anthology, 3rd Edition
The anthology represents all the major schools and methods that make up the dynamic field of literary theory. It contains classic texts from a range of movements, including Formalism, Structuralism, Marxism, Psychoanalysis, Deconstruction, Historicism, and Feminism, and incorporates cutting-edge work by leading theoreticians in the fields of Postmodernism, Cultural Studies, Post-colonialism, Gay and Lesbian studies, and Ethnic Studies. For the second edition, the content has been updated to include the most recent influential texts, particularly in the areas of Ethnic Studies, Transnational Studies, and Cultural Studies. Most of these essays were easily digested if you expended the requisite effort. It loses a star for leaving out Nietzsche and for not including more pieces that specifically address literature or art or whatever. Literary Theory : An Anthology. Julie Rivkin , Michael Ryan.