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Twentieth-Century Literary Theory

A Reader

  • Editors
  • K. M. Newton
Textbook

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-10
  2. Introduction

    1. K. M. Newton
      Pages 11-17
  3. Russian Formalism to French Structuralism

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 19-19
    2. K. M. Newton
      Pages 39-56
    3. K. M. Newton
      Pages 57-64
    4. K. M. Newton
      Pages 65-73
    5. K. M. Newton
      Pages 74-84
    6. K. M. Newton
      Pages 85-97
    7. K. M. Newton
      Pages 98-102
    8. K. M. Newton
      Pages 103-117
    9. K. M. Newton
      Pages 118-130
    10. K. M. Newton
      Pages 131-144
  4. Post-Structuralism and After

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 145-145
    2. K. M. Newton
      Pages 147-170
    3. K. M. Newton
      Pages 171-191
    4. K. M. Newton
      Pages 192-202
    5. K. M. Newton
      Pages 203-218
    6. K. M. Newton
      Pages 241-262
    7. K. M. Newton
      Pages 263-277
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 278-282

About this book

Introduction

...Newton presents a collection of the primary texts of representative theoretical approaches from those of Russian Formalism to contemporary Marxist, Feminist and Structuralist thought...he provides accessible and useful headnotes to each chapter, commenting succinctly on the origin and development of the various theoretical approaches developed therein, and indicating useful texts for further reading.' Peter Kitson, Notes and Queries

Keywords

literary theory New Criticism structuralism

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