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Marxist Criticism
Marxist Criticism - presentation

debby-jeon

Making Marxism Mutual. Karl Marx – Troy . L.. Leon Trotsky – . Sandon. B.. Vladimir Lenin – John . S.. Who was Karl Marx?. What is Marxism?. Who . were the Marxists?. How/When do we . see Marxist .

Marxist Literary Theory
Marxist Literary Theory - presentation

calandra-b

Mo money, mo problems!. "Marxism attempts to reveal the ways in which our socioeconomic system is the ultimate source of our experience" (Tyson 277. ).. "...what drives historical change are the material realities of the economic base of society, rather than the ideological superstructure of politics, law, philosophy, religion, and art that is built upon that economic base" (Richter 1088)..

Theories of Literary Criticism
Theories of Literary Criticism - presentation

conchita-m

English 113. Literature-Based Research. Suzann Ledford. Introduction to Literary Criticism. Literary criticism has two main functions:. To analyze, study, and evaluate works of literature.. To form general principles for the examination of works of literature..

CAPE Literatures in English
CAPE Literatures in English - presentation

trish-goza

Unit 1. Term 1 2013-2014. 6B1/6B2. Marxism,. Marxist Literary Theory and Brown Girl Brownstones. Briefly outline the history of the theory.. Explain the basic concepts of Marxist Criticism.. Evaluate the theory for its implications in literature as it concerns the text..

CAPE Literatures in English
CAPE Literatures in English - presentation

aaron

Unit 1. Term 1 2013-2014. 6B1/6B2. Marxism,. Marxist Literary Theory and Brown Girl Brownstones. Briefly outline the history of the theory.. Explain the basic concepts of Marxist Criticism.. Evaluate the theory for its implications in literature as it concerns the text..

Literary Theory
Literary Theory - presentation

cheryl-pis

Dr. Maier. Aristotle: . Poetics. First significant work of literary criticism . Authored in 335 B.C. . Pity and Fear (Eleos and Phobos) . Catharsis. Mimesis. A Multiplicity of Approaches. Literary critics are almost never unified in their interpretation of a novel or any literary work. Why do you suppose this is the case? What factors make it virtually impossible for critics to come to a consensus regarding the meaning of a literary work? .

Agenda: Reading Quiz: Marxist Criticism
Agenda: Reading Quiz: Marxist Criticism - presentation

liane-varn

Discuss Marxist View of . The Giving Tree. Mr. Murphy’s Story Time! (part 2) – . Green Eggs and Ham. Notes: Psychoanalytic Criticism. Supplemental Reading: Psychoanalytic Criticism. Discuss Psychoanalytic View of .

Marxist Theory Marxist Theory
Marxist Theory Marxist Theory - presentation

phoebe-cli

-Based on philosophy of Karl Marx (1818-1883). -German philosopher and economist. “Whoever controls the means of production (factories) in a society controls society.”. What do Marxists believe?.

Literary Criticism Literary criticism describes the study, discussion, evaluation, and interpretati
Literary Criticism Literary criticism describes the study, d - presentation

lindy-duni

lenses. . applied to an object under consideration; they bring certain qualities into focus or call our attention to particular issues.. . Why do we use different forms of criticism?. Literary criticism is an extension of the social activity of interpreting. One reader writes down his or her views on what a particular work of literature means so that others can respond to that interpretation. The critic's specific purpose may be to .

Constructive Criticism “Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary.
Constructive Criticism “Criticism may not be agreeable, bu - presentation

sherrill-n

It . fulfills the same function as pain in the human body. . It . calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.” . - Winston Churchill. What is Constructive Criticism?. Feedback about someone else’s work.

Critical Thinking as Dialectics  a Hegelian marxist approach
Critical Thinking as Dialectics a Hegelian marxist approach - pdf

phoebe-cli

- Marxist Approach Periklis Pavlidis Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece Periklis Pavlidis Page | 75 Introduction Admitting that the peculiarity of education doesn’t merely lie in

Giving and Receiving Criticism
Giving and Receiving Criticism - presentation

calandra-b

Notes for the Director. OVERVIEW. Every production engenders a response. Directors need to grow by listening seriously and . thoughfully. to the feedback your production generates. Performance. A production is never finished until an audience watches and .

Art Criticism and Aesthetic Judgment
Art Criticism and Aesthetic Judgment - presentation

karlyn-boh

Have you ever been so involved in watching a movie that you react emotionally or feel a part of the action?. If so, then you have been deeply involved with a work of art.. After you see a new movie or TV program you might recommend it to a friend or tell them not to waste their time. You are judging the show and making decisions about why it was a failure or success. .

Form Criticism &
Form Criticism & - presentation

luanne-sto

Redaction Criticism. Robert C. Newman. Biblical Seminary. Form Criticism. Terminology. '. Form Criticism. '. is the English rendering of the German . Formgeschichte. . ". form history. ". or . Gattungsforschung.

PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM
PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM - presentation

tatiana-do

Important Points:. Attribute latent or hidden meaning to unacknowledged desires in some person, usually the author or source behind the character in the narrative or drama.. Can also focus on the response of the readers and usually accepts the influence of changing social history on the structures of sexual desire represented in a work..

Literary Criticism
Literary Criticism - presentation

kittie-lec

Schools of Literary Theory. What is Literary Criticism?. The study, analysis, and evaluation of a work of literature. Each school of criticism uses a different focus or angle of analysis. Source: Purdue Owl Writing Lab.

New Criticism
New Criticism - presentation

olivia-mor

ENGL 3370: Modern American Poetry. New Criticism. A Brief Guide to the Fugitives.  (from poets.org) . “. The Fugitive. was a literary magazine of poetry and criticism published at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1922 until 1925. Both faculty and students, including John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, among others, contributed to this publication. They were practitioners and defenders of formal techniques in poetry and were preoccupied with defending the traditional values of the agrarian South against the effects of urban industrialization..

New Criticism
New Criticism - presentation

test

Major American Writers: Wallace Stevens. New Criticism. A Brief Guide to the Fugitives.  (from poets.org) . “. The Fugitive. was a literary magazine of poetry and criticism published at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1922 until 1925. Both faculty and students, including John Crowe Ransom, Allen Tate, Robert Penn Warren, among others, contributed to this publication. They were practitioners and defenders of formal techniques in poetry and were preoccupied with defending the traditional values of the agrarian South against the effects of urban industrialization..

PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM
PSYCHOANALYTIC CRITICISM - presentation

tatyana-ad

Important Points:. Attribute latent or hidden meaning to unacknowledged desires in some person, usually the author or source behind the character in the narrative or drama.. Can also focus on the response of the readers and usually accepts the influence of changing social history on the structures of sexual desire represented in a work..

ART CRITICISM AND FORMAL
ART CRITICISM AND FORMAL - presentation

luanne-sto

ANALYSIS OUTLINE. Defining Art Criticism. Art criticism is responding to, interpreting meaning, and making critical judgments about specific works of art.. Art critics help viewers perceive, interpret, and judge artworks..

Literary Criticism
Literary Criticism - presentation

tatyana-ad

Different Ways of Looking at Literary Texts. Types of criticism. in this slideshow. Reader’s response. Formalist. Structuralist. Archetypal . Deconstruction. Feminist deconstruction . Post-structural.

Mimetic Criticism
Mimetic Criticism - presentation

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Definition. The best definition that I could find for Mimetic Criticism is:. Mimetic criticism judges the literary work based in terms of the "truth" of its representation of the reality of the world and of human life and character..

Gender Criticism
Gender Criticism - presentation

marina-yar

“The study of gender, within literature, is of general importance to everyone.”. - Judith Spector. “I have a male mind with male experiences. Therefore I see things through the perception of a man. I couldn’t relate to some of Virginia Woolf’s views and I despised the way she pushed her viewpoint on the reader. This was brought on by my masculinity, I feel.”.

Theories of Literary Criticism
Theories of Literary Criticism - presentation

celsa-spra

English . 4U. by . Carlinda. . D’Alimonte. This presentation is partly based on a PowerPoint by . Suzann . Ledford.. Introduction to Literary Criticism. Any piece of text can be read with a number of different sets of “glasses,” meaning you are looking for different things within the text..

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