As contemporary black male fiction writers have tried to free their subjects and themselves from this legacy to tell a story of liberation, they often unconsciously retell the story, making their heroes into modern-day Calibans. He traces the Caliban legacy to early literary influences, primarily Ralph Ellison, and then deftly demonstrates its contemporary
Literary Criticism Literary criticism, the reasoned consideration of literary works and issues. It applies, as a term, to any argumentation about literature, whether or not specific works are analyzed. Maurras was born of a Royalist and Roman Catholic family. In ,…… Charles Simeon Charles Simeon, Anglican clergyman and biblical commentator who led the Evangelical or Low Church movement, in reaction to the liturgically and episcopally oriented High Church party.
Charlotte Ramsay was the daughter…… Chicago critics Chicago critics, group of pluralist, essentially formalist American literary critics—including Richard McKeon, Elder Olson, Ronald Salmon Crane, Bernard Weinberg, and Norman Maclean—who exerted a significant influence on the development of American criticism…… Christian David Ginsburg Christian David Ginsburg, Hebrew and biblical scholar who was the foremost authority in England on the Masorah authoritative Jewish tradition concerning the correct text of the Hebrew Bible.
Ginsburg, who was born a Jew, immigrated to England not long…… Cintio Vitier Cintio Vitier, Cuban poet, anthologist, critic, and scholar of Cuban poetry. Vitier began as a writer of extremely difficult, hermetic poetry. Magris completed his studies at the University of Turin, where he also taught from to Educated at Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
A descendant of an old French Protestant family, Busken Huet studied theology at Leiden and became pastor of the Walloon chapel at Haarlem but resigned…… Constance Lindsay Skinner Constance Lindsay Skinner, Canadian-born American writer, critic, editor, and historian, remembered for her contributions to popular historical series on American and Canadian frontiers and rivers.
He wrote biblical commentaries and pamphlets against the Protestants. His major work was Augustinus, published by his friends in Although condemned by…… Crates of Mallus Crates of Mallus, Stoic philosopher, from Mallus in Cilicia, primarily important as a grammarian.
His chief work was a commentary on Homer. Lawrence, English author of novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel books, and letters. His novels Sons and LoversThe Rainbowand Women in Love made him one of the most influential English writers of the 20th century.
Kramer studied at the University of Melbourne and at the University of Oxford and thereafter taught on Australian literature at various universities, serving as professor at the University…… Dame Rose Macaulay Dame Rose Macaulay, author of novels and travel books characterized by intelligence, wit, and lively scholarship.
Daughter of a university instructor, she grew up in an intellectually stimulating and liberal-minded home environment. She first attracted…… Dandin Dandin, Indian Sanskrit writer of prose romances and expounder on poetics.
Scholars attribute to him with certainty only two works: These concerns are also evident in his numerous critical studies. At Leiden, Heinsius produced classical editions, verses, and orations from an early age. He annotated many Latin poets and Greek writers from Hesiod to Nonnus, and the popularity of…… David Friedrich Strauss David Friedrich Strauss, controversial German-Protestant philosopher, theologian, and biographer whose use of dialectical philosophy, emphasizing social evolution through the inner struggle of opposing forces, broke new ground in biblical interpretation…… David Lodge David Lodge, English novelist, literary critic, and editor known chiefly for his satiric novels about academic life.
Lodge was educated at University College, London B. He published his first volume of poetry in and joined the…… Didymus Chalkenteros Didymus Chalkenteros, Greek scholar and grammarian, one of the chief links between ancient and modern classical scholarship.
His output included…… Donald Hall Donald Hall, American poet, essayist, and critic, whose poetic style moved from studied formalism to greater emphasis on personal expression.
He was the outstanding figure in the struggle for the preservation and extension of the Irish language fromwhen he founded the Gaelic League…… Douglas Stewart Douglas Stewart, poet, playwright, and critic who helped establish an Australian national tradition through mythical re-creation of the past in his plays.
Stewart studied at Victoria University College but left to take up journalism.
What Every American Needs to Know The present volume of essays examines women's communication as it has evolved historically across multiple mediums. Part I explores how women became "gossip girls" and the important role of gossip in the perception and practice of female communication.
Essays in Part II cover the convergence of oral and written communication in women's literature. Definition provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison Comparative Literature Department. Wikipedia: Comparative Literature Artemis - Includes Literature Criticism Online, Literature for Students, Literature Resource Center, (anthologies, criticism, essays, etc.) Google has scanned from libraries.
In Search of Shakespeare. The essays in Kierkegaard, Literature, and the Arts, contextualized with an insightful introduction by Eric Ziolkowski, explore Kierkegaard’s relationship to literature (poetry, prose, and storytelling), the performing arts (theater, music, opera, and dance), and the visual arts, including film.
The collection is rounded out with a. Publications, Essays Critical Theory, Education, Philosophy, Urban Studies Gilge, C. and Harris, K. Review of Mark Bonta and John Protevi's Deleuze and Geophilosophy: A Guide and Glossary. Compass - Comparative Literature in Africa: Essays in Honour of Willfried F.
Feuser. In this Book. Additional Information. Compass - Comparative Literature in Africa: Essays in Honour of Willfried F. Feuser; T. Maduka ; Book This book contains 20 essays on a wide range of issues in literary criticism. Table of Contents. Cover; Download.
The Comparative tone: essays in comparative literature with special reference to English studies in Egypt, translation and culture / by M.
M. Enani ; with appendices on Arabic comparative studies and a bibliography newly compiled by M. S. Farid.