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by Frank Lentricchia,Andrew DuBois

  • Author: Frank Lentricchia,Andrew DuBois
  • ISBN: 0822330393
  • ISBN13: 978-0822330394
  • ePub: 1404 kb | FB2: 1391 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Duke University Press Books (December 23, 2002)
  • Pages: 408
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Close Reading: The Reader ePub download

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The essays focus on Hamlet, Lycidas, The Rape of the Lock, Ulysses, Invisible Man, Beloved, Jane Austen, John Keats, and Wallace Stevens and reveal not only what the contributors are reading, but also how they are reading. Frank Lentricchia and Andrew DuBois’s collection is an essential tool for teaching the history and practice of close reading.

Frank Lentricchia, Andrew DuBois

Frank Lentricchia, Andrew DuBois. An anthology of exemplary readings by some of the twentieth centuryrs"s foremost literary critics,Close Readingpresents a wide range of responses to the question at the heart of literary criticism: how best to read a text to understand its meaning.

Frank Lentricchia (born 1940) is an American literary critic, novelist, and film teacher. Crimes of Art and Terror (2003) with Jody McAuliffe. from Duke University in 1966 and 1963 respectively after receiving a . from Utica College in 1962. Lentricchia is currently a literature and film studies professor at Duke University. Robert Frost: Modern Poetics and the Landscapes of Self (1975).

Book Pages: 408 Illustrations: 1 figure Published: December 2002. Andrew DuBois’s fine introductory essay usefully fills out the history of the New Criticism, while forcing a reconsideration of some currently widespread theoretical assumptions.

To see close reading at work, one great resource is Frank Lentricchia and Andrew DuBois’s Close Reading: The Reader (2003), an essay collection that brings together classic examples of close reading by New Critics such as John Crowe Ransom and Cleanth Brooks and more recent.

To see close reading at work, one great resource is Frank Lentricchia and Andrew DuBois’s Close Reading: The Reader (2003), an essay collection that brings together classic examples of close reading by New Critics such as John Crowe Ransom and Cleanth Brooks and more recent essays by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Fredric Jameson that combine close reading with political criticism. Among contemporary literary scholars, Helen Vendler is a particularly astute close reader who brings her critical intelligence to bear on a wide variety of poets.

Author Frank Lentricchia. Books by Frank Lentricchia: The Dog Killer of Utica. 10 6. 10. The Accidental Pallbearer.

Flag as Inappropriate. The Book of Ruth (2005). The Portable Lentricchia (2012) ISBN 978-1-59954-040-5. Crimes of Art and Terror (2003) with Jody McAuliffe ISBN 978-0-226-47205-8. The Accidental Pallbearer (2012) ISBN 978-1-61219-171-3. Xu, Ben (1992) Situational Tensions of : Thinking through Literary Politics with Edward W. Said and Frank Lentricchia. Lentricchia's faculty page at Duke.

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An anthology of exemplary readings by some of the twentieth century’s foremost literary critics, Close Reading presents a wide range of responses to the question at the heart of literary criticism: how best to read a text to understand its meaning. The lively introduction and the selected essays provide an overview of close reading from New Criticism through poststructuralism, including works of feminist criticism, postcolonial theory, queer theory, new historicism, and more.

From a 1938 essay by John Crowe Ransom through the work of contemporary scholars, Close Reading highlights the interplay between critics—the ways they respond to and are influenced by others’ works. To facilitate comparisons of methodology, the collection includes discussions of the same primary texts by scholars using different critical approaches. The essays focus on Hamlet, “Lycidas,” “The Rape of the Lock,” Ulysses, Invisible Man, Beloved, Jane Austen, John Keats, and Wallace Stevens and reveal not only what the contributors are reading, but also how they are reading.

Frank Lentricchia and Andrew DuBois’s collection is an essential tool for teaching the history and practice of close reading.

Contributors. Houston A. Baker Jr., Roland Barthes, Homi Bhabha, R. P. Blackmur, Cleanth Brooks, Kenneth Burke, Paul de Man, Andrew DuBois, Stanley Fish, Catherine Gallagher, Sandra Gilbert, Stephen Greenblatt, Susan Gubar, Fredric Jameson, Murray Krieger, Frank Lentricchia, Franco Moretti, John Crowe Ransom, Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Helen Vendler