Twentieth century Poetry Fiction Theory

and the more specific discussions of fictional works which feature time as a major theme . ... 63-64 . 11 Daniel Deronda , ed . Barbara Hardy ( Baltimore 52 TWENTIETH - CENTURY POETRY , FICTION , THEORY.

Author: Harry Raphael Garvin

Publisher: Bucknell University Press

ISBN: 0838719341

Category: Poetry

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The issues addressed in this volume include the limits of language and the need for linguistic form, the significance of creating.
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Reader s Guide to Literature in English

Twentieth - Century Literature : Topics Twentieth - Century Literature : Writers A I ... 20th Century Drama : Australian Drama : Canadian Fantasy Literature Feminist Literary Theory Fiction : Theory Fiction : British – 20th Century ...

Author: Mark Hawkins-Dady

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 1884964206

Category: Education

Page: 970

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A comprehensive reference guide to English and American literature, including biographical information on writers, and discussions on literary genres, themes and styles.
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Uncertainty and Undecidability in Twentieth Century Literature and Literary Theory

Like Reynolds's autobiografiction, Ford's literary Impressionism makes truth claims about reality in the nonfictional sphere and at the same time uses conventional devices from the domain of fiction thereby producing a generic ...

Author: Mette Leonard Høeg

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000568547

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 220

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Undecidability is a fundamental quality of literature and constitutive of what renders some works appealing and engaging across time and in different contexts. This book explores the essential literary notion and its role, function and effect in late nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature and literary theory. The book traces the notion historically, providing a map of central theories addressing interpretative challenges and recalcitrance in literature and showing ‘theory of uncertainty’ to be an essential strand of literary theory. While uncertainty is present in all literature, and indeed a prerequisite for any stabilisation of meaning, the Modernist period is characterised by a particularly strong awareness of uncertainty and its subforms of undecidability, ambiguity, indeterminacy, etc. With examples from seminal Modernist works by Woolf, Proust, Ford, Kafka and Musil, the book sheds light on undecidability as a central structuring principle and guiding philosophical idea in twentieth-century literature and demonstrates the analytical value of undecidability as a critical concept and reading-strategy. Defining undecidability as a specific ‘sustained’ and ‘productive’ kind of uncertainty and distinguishing it from related forms, such as ambiguity, indeterminacy and indistinction, the book develops a systematic but flexible theory of undecidability and outlines a productive reading-strategy based on the recognition of textual and interpretive undecidability.
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Poetic Artifice

Author: Veronica Forrest-Thomson

Publisher: Manchester University Press

ISBN: 0719007143

Category: American poetry

Page: 168

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Reading Texts Reading Lives

“Language as Value in The Secret Agent,” Twentieth-Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, ed. Harry Garvin (London & Lewisberg, PA: Bucknell UP, 1977), 102–122. “Conrad's Quarrel with Politics: The Disrupted Family in Nostromo,” University of ...

Author: Daniel Morris

Publisher: University of Delaware

ISBN: 9781611493450

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 266

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Distinguished contributors take up eminent scholar Daniel R. Schwarz’s reading of modern fiction and poetry as mediating between human desire and human action. The essayists follow Schwarz’s advice, “always the text, always historicize,” thus making this book relevant to current debates about the relationships between literature, ethics, aesthetics, and historical contexts.
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Undergraduate Catalog

... Rhetorical Theory Discourse Analysis Script Writing Workshop Writing Young Adult Fiction Theories of Writing ENGL 368 Survey of Twentieth - Century British / American Poetry ENGL 371 Survey of British Literature : Beginning to 1500 ...

Author: University of Michigan--Dearborn

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39076005117473

Category: Universities and colleges

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Dissonance if you are interested

2 (fall 1970), 52–69. “A Basis of Concrete Poetry,” in Twentieth-Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, ed. H. R. Garvin (Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 1977), 141–52. “Charles Olson: Process and Relationship,” Twentieth-Century Literature 23, ...

Author: Rosmarie Waldrop

Publisher: University Alabama Press

ISBN: 9780817351977

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 327

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Incisive essays on modern poetry and translation by a noted poet, translator, and critic. As an immigrant to the United States from Germany, Rosmarie Waldrop has wrestled with the problems of language posed by the discrepancies between her native and adopted tongues, and the problems of translating from one to the other. Those discrepancies and disjunctions, instead of posing problems to be overcome, have become for Waldrop a generative force and the very foundation of her interests as a critic and poet. In this comprehensive collection of her essays, Waldrop addresses considerations central to her life’s work: typical genres and ways of countering the conventions of genre; how concrete poets have made syntax spatial rather than grammatical; and the move away from metaphor in poetry toward contiguity and metonymy. Three essays on translation struggle with the sources and targets of translation, of the degree of strangeness or foreignness a translator should allow into any English translation. Finally, other essays examine the two-way traffic between reading and writing, and Waldrop’s notion of reading as experience.
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The Intelligent Unconscious in Modernist Literature and Science

113 T.S. Eliot, Collected Poems, 1909–1962 (London: Faber & Faber, 1963), 204. ... 119 Altieri, Charles, “Steps of the Mind in T.S. Eliot's Poetry,” Twentieth Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, Bucknell Review, 22 (1976): 201.

Author: Thalia Trigoni

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000226713

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 224

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This book reassesses the philosophical, psychological and, above all, the literary representations of the unconscious in the early twentieth century. This period is distinctive in the history of responses to the unconscious because it gave rise to a line of thought according to which the unconscious is an intelligent agent able to perform judgements and formulate its own thoughts. The roots of this theory stretch back to nineteenth-century British physiologists. Despite the production of a number of studies on modernist theories of the relation of the unconscious to conscious cognition, the degree to which the notion of the intelligent unconscious influenced modernist thinkers and writers remains understudied. This study seeks to look back at modernism from beyond the Freudian model. It is striking that although we tend not to explore the importance of this way of thinking about the unconscious and its relationship to consciousness during this period, modernist writers adopted it widely. The intelligent unconscious was particularly appealing to literary authors as it is intertwined with creativity and artistic novelty through its ability to move beyond discursive logic. The book concentrates primarily on the works of D. H. Lawrence, Virginia Woolf and T.S. Eliot, authors who engaged the notion of the intelligent unconscious, reworked it and offered it for the consumption of the general populace in varied ways and for different purposes, whether aesthetic, philosophical, societal or ideological.
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Writers and Social Thought in Africa

“Nigeria's Third Generation Writing: Historiography and Preliminary Theoretical Considerations.” English in Africa 32 (2): 7–19. ... Research in African Literature 43 (3): 1–20. ... In Twentieth-Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, ed.

Author: Wale Adebanwi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317378624

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 136

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Social theory and social theorizing about Africa has largely ignored African literature. However, because writers are some of the continent’s finest social thinkers, they have produced – and continue to produce – works which constitute potential sources for the analysis of social thought, and for constructing social theory, in and beyond the continent. This comprehensive collection examines the relationship between African literature and African social thought. It explores the evolution and aesthetics of social thought in African fiction, and African writers’ conceptions of power and authority, legitimacy, history and modernity, gender and sexuality, culture, epistemology, globalization, and change and continuity in Africa. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Contemporary African Studies.
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Sympathy for the Abyss

A Study in the Novel of German Modernism: Kafka, Broch, Musil, and Thomas Mann Stephen D. Dowden ... Maurice Beebe, > Reflective and Reflexive Trends in Modern Fiction,< in Twentieth Century Poetry, Fiction, Theory, Bucknell Review, ed.

Author: Stephen D. Dowden

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783111384733

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 195

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The series Studien zur deutschen Literatur (Studies in German Literature) presents outstanding analyses of German-speaking literature from the early modern period to the present day. It particularly embraces comparative, cultural and historical-epistemological questions and serves as a tradition-steeped forum for innovative literary research. All submitted manuscripts undergo a double peer-review process. Please contact the editor Dr. Anja-Simone Michalski ([email protected]) for further information regarding manuscript submission and subsidies.
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