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Literary Terms

  1. 1. Literary Terms• Name Heeral A.Bhatt• Roll no. 07• Batch Year 2012/13• Semester 2• Paper no. 8 (Literary Theory & Criticism)• Guided by DR. Dilip Barad
  2. 2. Literary Terms Feminism Queer Theory New Historicism
  3. 3. New Historicism Introduction
  4. 4. Definition A raciprocal concern with thehistoricity of texts and texuality of history”-Louis Montrose
  5. 5. Difference between old and New HistoricismAIM OF NEW HISTORICISTS
  6. 6. New Historicism and Cultural materialismWhat is the mean ofCulture ?What is the mean ofmaterialism?
  7. 7. Conti……Raymond Marxist view Differencewilliams idea of cultural betweenon cultural phenomena Newmaterialism • “superstructure Historicism• “structures of and Cultural feelings” Materialism
  8. 8. Examples of New historicismLenin and philosophy and otheressays• Louis MckayA crtical Introduction• FoucaultThe New Historicism• Louis montrose,Stephen Greenblatt
  9. 9. Feminism• Definition of Feminism• Faminist literature• The woman as writer or Gynocritics• Faminist Criticism
  10. 10. Three phases of Feminism• The Feminine Phase ( 1840-1880)• The Feminist Phase (1880-1920)• The Female Phase (1920-------)• -----------Eloine Showalter.
  11. 11. Examples of Feminist WritingA Room of his own-• Virginia woolfThe Handmaid’s Tale• Margaret AtwoodThe Feminine Mystique• Belty friedan
  12. 12. Conti…………..Woman without superstition:No Gods Nomaster• Annie Layre GaylorFeminist fairy Tales• Barbara G.WalkerAdventures of Black Women• Aphra Behn
  13. 13. Indian feminist writerKamala Das-The Alphabet of Lust
  14. 14. Queer Theory Introduction Definition
  15. 15. Critics belief about Queer theory •Adrienne Rich’s belief •Eve sedgwick and Judith Butler’s belief
  16. 16. Examples of Queer TheoryAnalysis of my sexual identity • NazOn gender and sexual orientation • Jullie Waters The class –inflected nature of Gay identities • Steve valocci
  17. 17. Submitted To DR.Dilip Barad, S.B.G.Dept.of English,M.K.K.S.Bhavanagar Uni.
  18. 18. THANK YOU
  19. 19. References• A glossary of literary terms –M.H.Abrams• www.lectures.org.• http://www.buzzle.com/articles/feministliter ature.html.

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