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Contemporary Literary Theory
Room 702, Jackman Humanities Building, Room 702
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Brief Description of Course:
An introduction to some of the major movements in contemporary literary theory. Topics to be explored include formalism, structuralism, narratology, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, reader-response criticism, feminism, historicism, postmodernism, and postcolonialism.
Required Reading: Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader
, Third Edition, ed. Lodge and Wood (Pearson Longman); Modern Literary Theory,
Fourth Edition, ed. Rice and Waugh (Arnold Oxford).
First Three Authors/Texts:
Shklovsky, Brooks, McGann.
Method of Evaluation:
Two In-class tests (25%); two essays (75%).
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