The Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1444350455
  • ISBN-13: 9781444350456
  • DDC: 801.9503
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1472 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released June 2011
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Overview

This is the first comprehensive multi-volume encyclopedia of literary and cultural theory. Arranged in three volumes covering Literary Theory from 1900 to 1966, Literary Theory from 1966 to the present, and Cultural Theory, this encyclopedia provides accessible entries on the important concepts, theorists and trends in post-1900 literary and cultural theory. With explanations of complex terms and important theoretical concepts, and summaries of the work and ideas of key figures, it is a highly informative reference work for a multi-disciplinary readership.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Other Frontmatter.
Other Frontmatter.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Introduction to the Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory.
Notes on Contributors to Volume I.
1: Abrams, M. H..
2: Actant/Actantial Gramma.
3: Adorno, Theodor.
4: Aestheticism.
5: Aesthetics.
6: Affective Fallacy.
7: Alienation.
8: Anglo-American New Criticism.
9: Archetypal Criticism.
10: Archetype.
11: Arnold, Matthew.
12: Auerbach, Erich.
13: Austin, J. L..
14: Bakhtin, M. M..
15: Barthes, Roland.
16: Base/Superstructure.
17: Bataille, Georges.
18: De Beauvoir, Simone.
19: Benjamin, Walter.
20: Blanchot, Maurice.
21: Booth, Wayne.
22: Brooks, Cleanth.
23: Burke, Kenneth.
24: Campbell, Joseph.
25: Carnival/Carnivalesque.
26: Chicago School Neo-Aristotelian Literary Theory.
27: Colonialism/Imperialism.
28: Commodity.
29: Constellation.
30: Crane, R. S..
31: Critical Theory/Frankfurt School.
32: Croce, Benedetto.
33: Defamiliarization.
34: Determination.
35: Dialectics.
36: Dialogism and Heteroglossia.
37: Discourse.
38: Eliot, T. S..
39: Empson, William.
40: Énonc É/Énonciation.
41: Fabula/Sjuzhet.
42: Fanon, Frantz.
43: Form.
44: Formalism.
45: Freud, Sigmund.
46: Frye, Northrop.
47: Functions (Linguistic).
48: Functions (Narrative).
49: Gadamer, Hans-Georg.
50: Genette, Gérard.
51: Genre Theory.
52: Gentile, Giovanni.
53: Gramsci, Antonio.
54: Greimas, A. J..
55: Heidegger, Martin.
56: Hermeneutics.
57: Husserl, Edmund.
58: Imaginary/Symbolic/Real.
59: Implied Author/Reader.
60: Ingarden, Roman.
61: Intentional Fallacy.
62: Intentionality and Horizon.
63: Italian Neo-Idealistic Aesthetics.
64: Jakobson, Roman.
65: Jung, C. G..
66: Klein, Melanie.
67: Lacan, Jacques.
68: Leavis, F. R..
69: Lévi-Strauss, Claude.
70: Lukács, Georg.
71: Marx, Karl.
72: Materialism.
73: Memmi, Albert.
74: Merleau-Ponty, Maurice.
75: Mimesis.
76: Modernism.
77: Modernist Aesthetics.
78: Narrative Theory.
79: Neo-Humanism.
80: Nietzsche, Friedrich.
81: Other/Alterity.
82: Pater, Walter.
83: Peirce, Charles Sanders.
84: Phenomenology.
85: Point of View/Focalization.
86: Poulet, Georges.
87: Pound, Ezra.
88: Propp, Vladimir.
89: Psychoanalysis (to 1966).
90: Reification.
91: Richards, I. A..
92: Sartre, Jean-Paul.
93: Saussure, Ferdinand de.
94: Semiotics/Semiology.
95: Shklovsky, Viktor.
96: Speech Acts.
97: Structuralism.
98: Totality.
99: Wimsatt, William K. and Beardsley, Monroe C..
100: Winnicott, D. W..
101: Woolf, Virginia.