Literary Theories in Praxis analyzes the ways in which critical theories are transformed into literary criticism and methodology. To demonstrate the application of this analysis, critical writings of Roland Barthes, Harold Bloom, Cleanth Brooks, Jacques Derrida, Northrop Frye, Norman Holland, Barbara Johnson, Jacques Lacan, Adrienne Rich, and Robert Scholes are examined in terms of the primary critical stance each author employsaNew Critical, phenomenological, archetypal, structuralist/semiotic, sociological, psychoanalytic, reader-response, deconstructionist, or humanist. The book is divided into nine sections, each with a prefatory essay explaining the critical stance taken in the selections that follow and describing how theory becomes literary criticism. In a headnote to each selection, Staton analyzes how the critic applies his or her critical methodology to the subject literary work. Shirley F. Staton's introduction sketches the overall philosophical positions and relationships among the various critical modes.This response was puzzling since it was unique in my reading of Hollanda#39;s work, from his Psychoanalysis and Shahespeare, to The Dynamics of Literary Response, and recent essays, such as aquot;The a#39;Unconsciousa#39; of Literature.aquot; I want in thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Literary Theories in Praxis|
|Author||:||Shirley F. Staton|
|Publisher||:||University of Pennsylvania Press - 1987-01-01|