Lit theory part 2

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  • Lit theory part 2

    1. 1. 3. Marxism
    2. 2. 3. MarxismHow do films and stories address the issues ofpolitics?
    3. 3. 3. MarxismHow do films and stories address the issues ofpolitics? Focus on money and class issues.
    4. 4. Marxism
    5. 5. MarxismA classic example
    6. 6. MarxismA classic example
    7. 7. Marxism
    8. 8. MarxismAnother example
    9. 9. MarxismAnother example
    10. 10. 4. Historicism
    11. 11. 4. HistoricismHow are films and stories affected by the historicalcontext in which they were created?
    12. 12. 4. HistoricismHow are films and stories affected by the historicalcontext in which they were created? The depression
    13. 13. 4. HistoricismHow are films and stories affected by the historicalcontext in which they were created? The depression Political parties
    14. 14. 4. HistoricismHow are films and stories affected by the historicalcontext in which they were created? The depression Political parties World events
    15. 15. 4. HistoricismHow are films and stories affected by the historicalcontext in which they were created? The depression Political parties World events Author’s background
    16. 16. Historicism
    17. 17. Historicism A classic example Civil Rights
    18. 18. Historicism A classic example Civil Rights
    19. 19. Historicism
    20. 20. HistoricismAuthor’s - whether consciously orunconsciously - are influenced by worldevents around them.
    21. 21. HistoricismAuthor’s - whether consciously orunconsciously - are influenced by worldevents around them.
    22. 22. HistoricismAuthor’s - whether consciously orunconsciously - are influenced by worldevents around them.
    23. 23. HistoricismAuthor’s - whether consciously orunconsciously - are influenced by worldevents around them.
    24. 24. HistoricismAuthor’s - whether consciously orunconsciously - are influenced by worldevents around them.
    25. 25. 5. Psychological
    26. 26. 5. PsychologicalFocus on the psychological make up of a character.
    27. 27. 5. PsychologicalFocus on the psychological make up of a character. Depression
    28. 28. 5. PsychologicalFocus on the psychological make up of a character. Depression Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
    29. 29. 5. PsychologicalFocus on the psychological make up of a character. Depression Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome Denial
    30. 30. 5. PsychologicalFocus on the psychological make up of a character. Depression Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome Denial Commitment to do the right thing
    31. 31. Psychological criticism
    32. 32. Psychological criticism
    33. 33. 6. Formalism
    34. 34. 6. FormalismMost popular.
    35. 35. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through
    36. 36. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through Plot
    37. 37. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through Plot Character
    38. 38. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through Plot Character Setting
    39. 39. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through Plot Character Setting Theme
    40. 40. 6. FormalismMost popular.Look at films and books through Plot Character Setting Theme Symbolism
    41. 41. 6. Formalism
    42. 42. 6. FormalismA story or film is analyzed through its form.
    43. 43. 6. FormalismA story or film is analyzed through its form.
    44. 44. 7. Reader Response
    45. 45. 7. Reader ResponseAnother popular perspective
    46. 46. 7. Reader ResponseAnother popular perspectiveConnect films and books to your personalexperience.
    47. 47. 7. Reader ResponseAnother popular perspectiveConnect films and books to your personalexperience. Write about the biggest pickle you were ever in.
    48. 48. 7. Reader ResponseAnother popular perspectiveConnect films and books to your personalexperience. Write about the biggest pickle you were ever in. Write about a mean old lady in your neighborhood.
    49. 49. 8. Post Modernism
    50. 50. 8. Post ModernismSeeks to rebel against formalism
    51. 51. 8. Post ModernismSeeks to rebel against formalismBreak up the format and rules of stories and films
    52. 52. 8. Post ModernismSeeks to rebel against formalismBreak up the format and rules of stories and films Ever see a film that just ended?
    53. 53. 8. Post ModernismSeeks to rebel against formalismBreak up the format and rules of stories and films Ever see a film that just ended? Ever read a book that was told out of order?
    54. 54. PostModernism
    55. 55. PostModernism A classic example
    56. 56. PostModernism A classic example
    57. 57. PostModernism
    58. 58. PostModernism A classic example
    59. 59. PostModernism A classic example

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