From its premiere at the turn of the 17th century, Hamlet has remained
Shakespeare's best-known, most-imitated, and most-analyzed play. The
character of Hamlet played a critical role in Sigmund ...
What characteristically modernist literary techniques reflects the influence of what
were then? ... Which of these is most typical of the Modernist approach?
Next, the report compares Bakhtin's theory of reading to those theories of .... of "
Discourse in the Novel," Bakhtin briefly sketches the history of modern literary .....
in similar form in "The Problem with Speech Genres," but the passage of time has
.... Bakhtin's views might be said to reflect one of the e...
These critics view the genres and individual plot patterns of literature, including
highly ... In terms of archetypal criticism, the color white might be associated with
... Modern Literary Theory: A Comparative Introduction. ... Reflectionism -
associated with Vulgar Marxism - "a theory that the ... Said, Edward. ... Being and
Abstract: In this essay I explore, reflect upon and theorize my experiences as a ....
And it is precisely from the perspective of narrative research (specifically within ...
While writing the following it become clear to me that it might be modern .... The
dissertation was for me both a "Way" of practicing and at the same time...
A very basic way of thinking about literary theory is that these ideas act as
different ... For example, if a critic is working with certain Marxist theories, s/he
might .... Is there a central or focal passage that can be said to sum up the entirety
of the work? ... R.S. Crane - Critics and Criticism: Ancient and Modern, 1952;
These technologies have allowed readers to interact with the text more closely, ...
Reading and writing become inseparable in this perspective, part of a critical ... (
the experiencing of a text in the time-flow of reading) and the "noematic" (the
work ... reading process can be enacted better than one might expect, with the
As an art, literature might be described as the organization of words to give
pleasure. ... Individual attempts within these forms are said to succeed if they
possess ..... Kapital (1867–95) approaches great literature in certain passages in
which he ... and form, so that the literary expression perfectly reflects the writer's
“Eliot's Waste Land is I think the justification of the 'movement,' of our modern
experiment, ... Eliot later complained that “approving critics” like Richards “said
that I had ..... abortion, urban life—and at the same time to participate in a literary
tradition. ... The following passage relates a conversation between a ne...
“Ah, the silent piece,” they might have said to themselves, smiling. ... Many of his
early compositions were accompaniments for modern dance, .... Music was built
out of blocks of time, and these blocks could contain either sound or silence. ...
thus “praise silence” because they have nothing to say about harmonic theory.