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The Autonomy of Literature

Institutionalism and Its Discontents

by Richard Lansdown

  • 14 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 20th century,
  • Criticism,
  • Great Britain,
  • History,
  • United States,
  • Literature: Classics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10387938M
    ISBN 100312238193
    ISBN 109780312238193

      (). Book translations and the autonomy of genre-subfields in the Dutch literary field, – Translation Studies: Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 3.   By the turn of the 20th century, we see the emergence of a “kids’ first” literature, where children take on serious matters with (or often without) the help of adults and often within a fantasy context. The works of Lewis Carroll, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mark Twain, Francis Hodgson Burnett, Edith Nesbit, JM Barrie.

    Here is a book in which wide-ranging generalizations are tightly bound up with empirical examples and data. Nordlinger systematically identifies the state's many capacities and opportunities for enhancing its Cited by: The Literature Book is a fascinating journey through the greatest works of world literature, from the Iliad to Don Quixote to The Great Gatsby. Around crystal-clear articles explore landmark novels, short stories, A global look at the greatest works of Eastern and Western literature and the themes that unite them, for students and lovers of /5.

    The idea of aesthetic autonomy—of art as a law unto itself—was a central preoccupation of modernism. Yet recent literary scholarship has tended to reject autonomy out of hand as a denial of literature’s social and historical contexts. This book argues instead that autonomy is modernism’s distinctive mode of social relations; it demonstrates the many forms of relative autonomy modernist Author: Andrew Goldstone. Get this from a library! The autonomy of literature at the fins de siècles ( and ): a critical assessment. [G J Dorleijn; Ralf Grüttemeier; Liesbeth Korthals Altes;].


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In the aftermath of the theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially marginalized, downgraded, and neglected. Yet for many readers such elements will always be central to the experience of reading, just as for writers they are central to the experience of writing.4/5(1).

About this book In the aftermath of The Autonomy of Literature book theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially marginalized, downgraded, and neglected.

Yet for many readers such elements will always be central to the experience of reading, just as for writers they are central to the experience of writing. " Fictions of Autonomy develops a fresh and interesting argument about four different facets of aesthetic autonomy, fleshed out through reference to a wide range of literary and theoretical texts.

The manuscript is always a pleasure to read, and the pairings of texts in Cited by: The Autonomy of Literature Richard Lansdown In the aftermath of the theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially.

About this book Introduction In the aftermath of the theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially marginalized, downgraded, and neglected.

The Autonomy of Literature. The Autonomy of Literature. Synopsis. In the aftermath of the theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially marginalized, downgraded, and neglected.

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The Autonomy of Pleasure is an important work that adds richly to our understanding of libertine literature in eighteenth-century France and, more generally, of the culture of pleasure that emerged in aristocratic and leisurely social circles.

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literature is autonomous is a claim that there is, first, a distinctively literary value, and second, that this distinctively literary value is independent of the other values associated with : Rafe McGregor.

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This paper will review the literature on motivation and suggest that there is an important link between autonomy and some educational theories of motivation which could account for the claimed Cited by: Theory of Literature is a book on literary scholarship by René 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 Author: René Wellek, Austin Warren. The autonomy of literature. [Richard Lansdown] -- In the aftermath of the theory wars, the imaginative, formal, and moral features of literature have been substantially marginalized, downgraded, and neglected.

Yet for many readers such elements will Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. A definition of the term "autonomy of literary text" is presented. It means literary work is an independent aesthetic object, autonomous in the sense of being free of its author's determination.

It is independent of social and historical context. About Literature, Autonomy and Commitment It is often argued that a new form of committed literature is needed. Embracing the 18th-century Romantic idea of aesthetic autonomy, literature is believed to have turned its back to everyday social and political reality.

It is often argued that a new form of committed literature is needed. Embracing the 18th-century Romantic idea of aesthetic autonomy, literature is believed to have turned its back to everyday social and political reality. One of the central questions occupying contemporary literary debates is therefore whether literary autonomy is essential to modern literature ('autonomism') or should be.

Learner Autonomy and Motivation -A Literature Review Gandhimathi, S.N.S. Anitha Devi,V School of Social Sciences and Languages, VIT University, Vellore, India Abstract A general argument in rationalization for autonomy in language learning is that autonomous learners are strongly. Having set out Bourdieu’s theory and method of literature analysis and introduced its latest developments, this chapter explores Bourdieu’s under-examined but central concept of autonomy, as the point at which the concepts of field, habitus, and capital intersect.

The concept of autonomy is fundamental to Bourdieu’s thinking about literary fields, because it is through an historical.Fictions of Autonomy Modernism from Wilde to de Man Andrew Goldstone Modernist Literature and Culture.

Rejects the entrenched opposition in literary studies between historicist interpretation and formalist close reading, and proposes a new method that takes sociologically-informed analysis all the way into the formal and rhetorical details of the individual text.'[This] book is a welcome addition to the literature on a very hotly disputed current topic of international economic law.

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