Inductive and Deductive Methods of Archetypal Criticism

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Inductive and Deductive Methods of Archetypal Criticism

  1. 1. Name: Gohil Namrata R. Year: 2013-14 Roll No.: 20 M.A. Part: 1 Sem.:2 Submitted To: S.B. Gardi, Department of English, Maharaja Krishnakumarsinhji- Bhavnagar University. Gujarat(India).
  2. 2. - Northrop Frye
  3. 3. Archetypes of Literature Concept of Criticism Inductive Method analysis of Text Deductive Method analysis of Text Part-1 Part-2 Part-3
  4. 4. Cultural Patterns Archetypal Approach Myths Rituals
  5. 5.  Northrop Frye in his essay does not analyze any particular Myth in a work and he presents an analysis of “Mythical Patterns” which have been used by writers in general.
  6. 6. Two Types of Criticism Meaningful Criticism Meaningless Criticism Humanities Philosophy History Archetypal Criticism is based on philosophy and History of a People. Archetypal Criticism is meaningful Criticism.
  7. 7. Formalistic Criticism & Historical Criticism The Real World Author Reader
  8. 8. Inductive Method of Archetypal Criticism  Inductive Method Proceeds inductively from particular truths.  Example: Othello  jealousy destructive Human life.  Its true to Life.
  9. 9. Archetypal Study of Hamlet
  10. 10. The Collective Unconscious or Racial Memory Images Rituals Symbol s Myths The Collective Un conscious Carl Jung
  11. 11. Archetypal Criticism & Inductive Analysis  It is based on “Certain kind of Scholarly Organization.”  An Editor is needed to- “clean-up” the Text, A rhetorician analyses the narrative place, A Philologist scrutinizes the choice Significance of words. A Literary Social historian studies the evolution of Myths and Rituals.
  12. 12. Deductive Method of Analysis Rhythm & Pattern in Literature.  An Archetypal Critic, under the Deductive method of analysis, proceeds to establish the meaning of a work from the general truth to the particular truth.  Literature is Like music & painting  Rhythm is an essential characteristic of music & in painting’ Pattern is the chief Virtue.  In Literature both rhythm & pattern are recurrence of Imagies,forms & words.
  13. 13. Comparison of Literature and Rhythm NarrativeRhythm Pattern Verbal Structure for meaning

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