Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory #2020

Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory Todd F. Davis Kenneth Womack Formalist Criticism and Reader Response Theory This invaluable guide offers an accessible introduction to two important movements in the history of th century literary theory A complementary text to the Palgrave volume Postmodern Narrative Theor

  • Title: Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory
  • Author: Todd F. Davis Kenneth Womack
  • ISBN: 9780333765326
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Paperback
  • Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory Todd F. Davis Kenneth Womack This invaluable guide offers an accessible introduction to two important movements in the history of 20th century literary theory A complementary text to the Palgrave volume Postmodern Narrative Theory by Mark Currie, this new title addresses a host of theoretical concerns, as well as each field s principal figures and interpretive modes As with other books in theTransitThis invaluable guide offers an accessible introduction to two important movements in the history of 20th century literary theory A complementary text to the Palgrave volume Postmodern Narrative Theory by Mark Currie, this new title addresses a host of theoretical concerns, as well as each field s principal figures and interpretive modes As with other books in theTransitions series,Formalist Criticism and Reader Response Theory includes readings of a range of widely studied texts, including Joseph Conrad s Heart of Darkness, Charlotte Bront s Jane Eyre, and F Scott Fitzgerald s The Great Gatsby, among others.
    Formalist Criticism and Reader-Response Theory Todd F. Davis Kenneth Womack

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    1. A reasonably good introduction to two schools of literary criticism Its explanation of the history and practices of formalism is well done, though its explanation of reader response theory, and especially its chapter on Stanley Fish, sometimes verge on the unintelligible This is mostly made up for, however, by the exemplars of formalist and reader response criticism at the end of the book.

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