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A handbook of critical approaches to literature 1999 oxford university press

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Reference A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature 1999 Oxford University Press By Wilfred L. Guerin, Earle Labor, Lee Morgan, Jeanne C. Reesman, & John R. Willingham Rey Tys Notes

Reference A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature 1999 Oxford University Press By Wilfred L. Guerin, Earle Labor, Lee Morgan, Jeanne C. Reesman, & John R. Willingham Rey Tys Notes

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  • 1. Reference: A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature 1999 Oxford University Press By Wilfred L. Guerin, Earle Labor, Lee Morgan, Jeanne C. Reesman, & John R. Willingham. Rey Ty’s Notes I. Getting Started: The Pre-Critical Response A. Setting B. Plot C. Character D. Structure E. Style F. Atmosphere G. Theme II. Traditional Approaches A. The Text B. The Genre C. The Plot D. The Summary E. Historical-Biographical Considerations F. Moral-Philosophical Considerations III. Formalistic Approach A. Form and Organic Form B. Texture, Image, Symbol C. Fallacies D. Point of View E. The Speaker’s Voice F. Tension, Irony, Paradox IV. Psychological Approach: Freudian Theories V. Mythological and Archetypal Approach A. Images B. Archetypal Motifs or Patterns C. Archetypes as Genres: Shadow, Persona, and Anima D. Example: The Sacrificial Hero: Hamlet E. Example: Myth Criticism and the American Dream: Huckleberry Finn as the American Adam VI. Four Feminist Approaches A. Gender Studies B. Marxist Feminism C. Psychoanalytic Feminism D. Minority Feminist Criticism VII. Cultural Studies A. British Cultural Materialism B. The New Historicism
  • 2. C. American Multiculturalism 1.African American 2.Latin@ 3.Native American 4.Asian American VIII. Additional Approaches A. Aristotelian Criticism B. Genre Criticism C. Source Study and Related Approaches (Genetic Criticism) D. History of Ideas E. Rhetoric, Linguistics, and Stylistics F. The Marxist Approach G. Structuralism and Post-structuralism, including Deconstruction H. Phenomenological Criticism (The Criticism of Consciousness) I. Dialogics J. Reader-Response criticsm

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