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Critical Approaches to Literature: Moral

ISBN: 9781682172742
Publisher: Salem Pr
Publication Date: 2017-04-01
Number of pages: 300
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Salem Press' Critical Approaches to Literature series is designed to provide students and researchers with fresh insight into the various critical approaches to literary criticism. With thought-provoking analysis of several works in a wide variety of genres, each volume helps readers develop tools to analyze literary works using a particular critical lens. Volumes begin with an overview of the critical approach and guide readers on what to look for when evaluating works using that particular critical lens. * Critical Contexts: Four essays, each over 4,000 words in length, provide readers with a thorough understanding of the cultural, critical, and historical context of the critical approach. * Historical Background discusses how the time period influenced the development of this form of criticism across different cultures, as well as what makes this school of criticsm relevant to a contemporary audience* Critical Reception surveys major pieces of criticism that mark the evolution of this school of ltierary criticism and identifies major critics* Critical Lens represents a close reading of a work using the specific critical lens* Comparataive Analysis analyzes the specific school of criticism in light of another form of criticism across two or three different works* Critical Readings of Ten Works: In-depth essays, over 5,000 words in length, examine ten individual works using the specific critical approach. Works covered include short fiction, poetry, drama, and film. Works span across historical periods to demonstrate the breadth of this approach to literary critical analysis.* Additional Resources include a Glossary of Frequent Terms, Timeline, About the Editor, About the Contributors, General Bibliography and Subject index. This new series provides literature students with the tools necessary to study each approach to literary criticism using a unique combination of critical contexts and analysis of several works. This arrangement allows readers to develop a deeper understanding of each critical approach alongside several in-depth critical readings of popular works spanning many different genres. A must for literature collections of all sizes.

OnPsychological Approaches to Literature:
Lookingat Books with the Mind's Eye, David Willbern
CrewsMissiles: Attacks and Counterattacks
ConcerningFreudian Literary Criticism, Robert C. Evans
PsychologicalApproaches to Literature:
AReview of Select Scholarship, Robert C. Evans
A FamilySystems Theory Reading
ofSaul Bellow's Humboldt's Gift, Allan Chavkin& Nancy Feyl Chavkin
Freud and Poe: ADialogue, Jamesand Tita Baumlin
TheOrigins and Psychology of Storytelling, Michelle Scalise Sugiyama
"IsThis Her Fault or Mine?"
Hysteria, Misogyny,and Voice
in Shakespeare's Measure for Measure, Laura B. Vogel
Traumain Shakespeare's Macbeth, Robert C. Evans
JohnDonne, Neuroscience,
andthe Experience of Empathy, David Strong
Poe'sIdeal of Love and the Broken World:
CrowdPsychology in Some Tales and Poems, Jeffrey Folks
Death and Freud inthe Poetry
Of Edna St. VincentMillay, JennaLewis
GraspingThe Great Gatsby: A CognitiveApproach, NicolasTredell
Hemingway's Suicides:
A Psychobiographical Approach to Literature, Jeffrey Berman
"Written in hisface": Ambivalence and Mirroring
in Nineteen Eighty-Four, David Willbern
 "One Destroyed Being":
APost-Jungian Appraisal of Darth Vader, Steve Gronert Ellerhoff
TheHero's Quest
inthe Harry Potter Books and Films, Christine Zahorchak
DrivingEach Other Crazy: Existential Psychology
inHanif Kureishi's The Buddha of Suburbia,SusieThomas
APPENDIX /Psychological Pluralism:
A Variety ofPossible Psychological Approaches
to Literature and Film
AdditionalWorks on Psychological Approaches to Literature

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