Russian Formalism

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vs.. . New Criticism. Differences and Similarities. By: Marina . Golubeva. &. . Cristina . Popa. Russian Formalism New Criticism . Focus . on understanding the literary text through the text . ID: 479492 Download Presentation

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Russian Formalism vs. New Criticism

Differences and Similarities

By: Marina

Golubeva

&

Cristina

Popa

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Russian Formalism New Criticism Focus on understanding the literary text through the text itself, independent of the author and the historical context.Distinguish literary language from ordinary language. Were criticized for ignoring the historical and sociological components that influenced the writing and reader reception of literature.Derive meaning, not from content, but in the structure and form of literature.Apply more to poetry than to any other genre of literature.Provide the reader to a close study of texts.

Formalism

A school of literary theory that developed in

the early 20th century that

gives attention

to the form or structure of the

work.

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Russian Formalism Influential school of literary criticism in Russia from the 1910s to the 1930s.Includes works of   Viktor Shklovsky,  Yuri Tynianov.Two distinct movements: the Moscow Linguistic Circle and OPOYAZ (the Society for the Study of Poetic Language) in St. Petersburg.

New Criticism Flourished in USA by the late 1930s, and it extended to England.The movement derived its name from John Crowe Ransom's 1941 book The New Criticism. The work of English scholar I. A. Richards, especially his Practical Criticism and The Meaning of Meaning.The critical essays of T. S. Eliot, such as "Tradition and the Individual Talent" and "Hamlet and His Problems“.

Historical Facts

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Language is used to create reality of fact. This process is called “defamiliarization”.Differentiates between form and content.Accords importance to the fabric of the literary text (structure, texture, language).

 

Russian

Formalism

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Focuses on the text and argued that literary language is connotative.No separation of form and content (texts are unified by their devices, motifs, themes, and patterns).Considers a text self-contained and autonomous.

New Criticism

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Main Differences

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