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The outlines of contemporary critical theory are now often taught as a standard feature of a degree in literary studies. The development of particular theories has seen a thorough transformation of literary criticism. For example, Marxist and Foucauldian theories have revolutionized Shakespeare studies, and "deconstruction" has led to a complete...
The outlines of contemporary critical theory are now often taught as a standard feature of a degree in literary studies. The development of particular theories has seen a thorough transformation of literary criticism. For example, Marxist and Foucauldian theories have revolutionized Shakespeare studies, and "deconstruction" has led to a complete reassessment of Romantic poetry. Feminist criticism has left scarcely any period of literature unaffected by its searching critiques. Teachers of literary studies can no longer fall back on a standardized, received, methodology. This series provides collections of contemporary literary theory, prividing collections of seminal modern readings of key authors, genres and critical approaches. Each volume includes a substantial introduction which explores the theoretical issues and conflicts embodied in the essays selected and locates areas of disagreement between positions. There are also headnotes and a glossary of terms which provide a context to the essays for the reader unfamiliar with the subject. This collection presents Marxist literary criticism form about 1965-1990. The contributors to this volume include notable Marxist critics such as Tony Bennett, Terry Eagleton, Edward W. Said, Raymond Williams and Fredric Jameson. The book illustrtes the contribution of Marxism to such areas as feminist, psychoanalytic and post-structuralist thought, through to the literary traditions such as German tragedy and the English novel. It is aimed at undergraduate and postgaduate levels and at covers covering literary theory, cultural studies and the history / culture of Marxism.
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