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- Rene Wellek, Austin Warren - Theory Of Literature (1949, 1954, Jonathan Cape)
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Access options available:. A History of Modern Criticism: New Haven: Yale University Press, Volume eight, to be subtitled French, Italian, and Spanish Criticism, , will conclude Wellek's magisterial elucidation of how for two hundred years leading Continental, English, and American critics voiced their responses to the phenomenon of literature. The Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet suggested that were there a Nobel Prize in literary history, it should go to the esteemed American scholar.
Its contents were based on their shared understandings of literature. After defining various aspects and relationships of literature in general, Wellek and Warren divide analysis of literature based on two approaches: extrinsic, relating to factors outside a work such as the author and society, and intrinsic, relating to factors within such as rhythm and meter. They stress the need to focus on the intrinsic elements of a work as the best way to truly understand it. In doing so they adapt the phenomenology used by Roman Ingarden. Published by Harcourt, Brace, and Company in December , Theory of Literature received mixed reviews from the academic community. It was used to teach literary theory beginning soon after publication and remained in common use into the s.
Twentieth-Century Literary Theory
By literary theory we refer not to the meaning of a work of literature but to the theories that reveal what literature can mean. Literary theory is a description of the underlying principles, one might say the tools, by which we attempt to understand literature. All literary interpretation draws on a basis in theory but can serve as a justification for very different kinds of critical activity. It is literary theory that formulates the relationship between author and work; literary theory develops the significance of race, class, and gender for literary study, both from the standpoint of the biography of the author and an analysis of their thematic presence within texts. Literary theory offers varying approaches for understanding the role of historical context in interpretation as well as the relevance of linguistic and unconscious elements of the text.
Essays and criticism on Rene Wellek - Kathleen Burke. Wellek is the kind of critic and theorist to whom one listens closely, even when not always agreeing; usually there is little to disagree Theory of Literature is a book on literary scholarship by Rene Wellek, of the structuralist Prague school, and Austin Warren, a self-described "old New Critic". The two met at the University of Iowa in the late s, and by had begun writing the book; they wrote collaboratively, in a single voice over a period of three years. The authors sought to unite poetics literary theory with criticism evaluation of literature with scholarship research and literary history the dynamics of literature in contrast with the statics of theory and criticism. This had to be done in a book of reasonable size, without being eclectic or doctrinaire.
Rene Wellek, Austin Warren - Theory Of Literature (1949, 1954, Jonathan Cape)
Alexander C. Kern; Theory of Literature. Modern Language Quarterly 1 September ; 12 3 : —
The first one deals with the psychological study of the writer as an individual and the type or types and laws present in literary works, in the second, psychology as a perspective for the teaching of literature, the creative process, the psychological analysis of text and reader relationships with your audience. O article presents the partial results obtained from the development of literature necessary to the course called the Psychology of Literature and Psychology in Literature, taught at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Psychologists in Aracaju Sergipe , in It also presents the detailed schematization of the reading process observed in the textual reception process and in the organism-environment interaction. By understanding interdisciplinarity as the proximity established by fields of knowledge with one another in order to exceed the discoursive principles of one field in the intersection with the theoretical perspectives and functioning modes of the other, it can be seen that interdisciplinarity is opportune for the break of the specialized character of the disciplines, a break that can be verified on different levels and in different degrees Pombo,
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