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Falling into Theory

Conflicting Views on Reading Literature

by Richter

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Published by Bedford/St Martins .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism,
  • Literature: Classics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsDavid H. Richter (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages297
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9567881M
    ISBN 100312081227
    ISBN 109780312081225

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    Works such as David Richter’s anthology Falling Into Theory attempt to present each of these viewpoints while divining an understanding of the future of literature. This continued dialogue succinctly explores diverse interpretations of literature yet fails to produce a solution on . Falling into theory: conflicting views on reading literature: 1. Falling into theory: conflicting views on reading literature. by David H Richter; Gerald Graff; Print book: English. 2nd ed: Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's 2. Falling into theory: conflicting views on reading literature Print book: English. Boston: Bedford/St.

    Foreword / Gerald Graff -- Introduction: Falling into Theory -- Part 1. Why We Read: The University, the Humanities, and the Province of Literature -- What We Have Loved, Others Will Love / Helen Vendler -- Disliking Books at an Early Age / Gerald Graff -- Rise of English / Terry Eagleton -- Introduction to Masks of Conquest / Gauri Viswanathan -- "Banking" Concept of Education / Paulo Freire. Theory of Filters. The Theory of Filters says that you choose a partner based on several different types of filters that help you eliminate partners with low potential of a successful partnership. Filters that are used in the elimination process are: Biological filters: Gender, relatives (you exclude them automatically), age, physical features (usually you look for features similar to yours).


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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword / Gerald Graff --Introduction: Falling into Theory --Why We Read: The University, the Humanities, and the Province of Literature --What We Have Loved, Others Will Love / Helen Vendler --Disliking Books at an Early Age / Gerald Graff --The Rise of English / Terry Eagleton.

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