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Literary theory : an anthology / edited by Julie Rivkin and Michael Ryan.

Contributor(s): Rivkin, Julie [editor.] | Ryan, Michael, 1951- [editor.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: UK : John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, 2017 Edition: Third editionDescription: xxxii, 1605 pages ; 25 cmISBN: 9781118707852 (pbk.)Subject(s): Literature -- Philosophy | Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etcDDC classification: 801
Contents:
Part One: Russian formalism -- Part Two: Structuralism, Linguistics, Narratology -- Part Three: Phenomenology, Reception, Ethics -- Part Four: Post-Structuralism -- Part Five: Psychoanalysis and Psychology -- Part Six: Marxism, Critical Theory, History -- Part Seven: Gender Studies and Queer Theory -- Part Eight: Ethnic, Indigenous, Postcolonial, & Transnational Studies -- Part Nine: Cognition, Emotion, Evolution, Science -- Part Ten: Animals, Humans, Places, Things.
Summary: "Covers all the major schools and methods that make up the dynamic field of literary theory, from Formalism to Postcolonialism."--
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Includes bibliographical references, glossary, and index.

Part One: Russian formalism -- Part Two: Structuralism, Linguistics, Narratology -- Part Three: Phenomenology, Reception, Ethics -- Part Four: Post-Structuralism -- Part Five: Psychoanalysis and Psychology -- Part Six: Marxism, Critical Theory, History -- Part Seven: Gender Studies and Queer Theory -- Part Eight: Ethnic, Indigenous, Postcolonial, & Transnational Studies -- Part Nine: Cognition, Emotion, Evolution, Science -- Part Ten: Animals, Humans, Places, Things.

"Covers all the major schools and methods that make up the dynamic field of literary theory, from Formalism to Postcolonialism."--