Post-structuralist Readings of English Poetry

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CUP Archive, 29. jan. 1987 - 406 sider
There has been a plethora of monographs and textbooks dealing with the many aspects of deconstruction and post-structuralist theory in recent years. What is needed now is a book which demonstrates in very concrete terms the possible application of post-structuralist theory to literary texts. This volume answers that need. A group of distinguished practitioners in the field have been invited to offer close readings of well-known poems from the established canon of English poetry. The texts chosen range from Renaissance sonneteers through Shakespeare, the Metaphysicals, the Augustan and Romantic periods, to Eliot and developments in the wake of modernism. An extensive reference and bibliographical section will provide useful points, of entry for those who wish to pursue critical issues which the book will inevitably raise. The book is unique in bringing together theory and practical application across such a range of texts from a single, canonical tradition.
 

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MURRAY KRIEGER Presentation and representation
20
Macbeth
38
the discur
59
THOMAS DOCHERTY Donnes praise of folly
85
CATHERINE BELSEY Love and death in To His
105
Antony EASTHOPE Towards the autonomous subject
122
inscribing
162
Harold Bloom From topos to trope from sensibility
176
The Prelude
227
Frances Ferguson Coleridge and the deluded
248
Geoffrey Hartman Evening star and evening land
264
an essay on Keats
294
Tennysons
308
J HlllIS MIllER Topography and tropography
332
DANIEL OHara Yeats in theory
349
self
369

SPIVAK Sex and history in The Prelude
193
Contents
197
WALLACE Martin Frosts thanatography
395
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