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Language, Literature, and Critical Practice: Ways of Analysing Text

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Index

a
Abel, Elizabeth 18
accomplishment 60 f
action 31
actualization 121
actual/virtual worlds 35, 47, 55, 121, 126, 129, 167
Adams, Hazard 13
Aers, David 20
agency 51, 160
Alexander, Gillian 20
Alonso, Damaso 171
alternative readings 74
Althusser, L. 14, 16
Altieri, Charles 7
ambiguity 23, 54 f
American criticism 72 f
Anozie, Sunday O. 172
anthropology 122, 131 f
anti-rational criticism 63, 73 f
archetypes 129 f
Arnold, Matthew 61, 63
a-symbolia 83
Atwood, Margaret 18
Auden, W.H. 172
Auerbach, Erich 60
automaticity 136
Austen, Jane 171
Austin, J.L. 148 -9
authorial intention 23 -4
Ayer, A.J. 117

b
Babb, Howard S. 79, 105
Baker, Jr. Houston A. 14
Bakhtin, Mikhail 7, 14, 17, 18, 43, 101, 121, 173
Bally, Charles 119
Banfield, Ann 135
Barrett, Michele 18
Barry, Peter 53, 110, 112, 171
Barthes, Roland 5, 11, 14, 20, 83, 84, 123, 128, 173
Barton, Ellen L. 174
Bateson, F.W. 22, 75, 84, 87, 96, 152, 171, 172
Batsleer, Janet 171
Baudelaire, Charles 122 -3
Beardsley, Monroe 72
behaviourism 117 f
Belsey, Catherine 21, 60, 62, 131, 174
Bennett, Tony 45
Bennett, William A. 135 -7
Berger, Peter 20
Berryman, John 173
Bierwisch, Manfred 145 -6
Birch, David 50, 139, 155, 172, 173, 175
blackboard linguistics 55
Black, David Alan 175
Blake, N.F. 88, 92, 111
Blake, William 138
Blanchot, Maurice 10
Bliss, F.W. 173
Bloch, Bernard 101
Bloom, Clive 7
Bloom, Harold 12, 22
Bloomfield, Leonard 101
Bogatyrev, Petr 14
Bolinger, Dwight 42
Bolt, Sydney, 106
Boon, James A. 173
Booth, Stephen 61
Botha, R.P. 175
Bourdieu, Pierre 14, 16
Boyd, Zelda 171
Bradbrook, M.C. 173
Bremond, Claude 124

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