Interpretation, Deconstruction, and Ideology: An Introduction to Some Current Issues in Literary Theory

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Abish, W., 75
Altieri, C., 86
ambiguity, 5.2 passim
Austin, J. L., 88 f.
Balzac, H. de, 54 ff., 68, 112
Barnes, B., 88
Barth, J., 75
Barthelme, D., 4, 75
Barthes, R., 34, 54 ff., 77, 97, 103, 104 ff., 111
Beaugrande, R. de, 6
Belsey, C., 104, 116, 126
Bennett, T., 112, 116, 136
Berlin, L, 134
Black, M., 16 f.
Blanchot, M., 79, 80, 81
Camus, A., 97 ff.
Caute, D., 98
Chaucer, G., 13
Chomsky, N., 34
code, 31 ff., 43 f., 46, 50, 55 f., 78, 88, 103, 106
coherence, 5, 6, 26, 51 f.
cohesion, 33, 39
competence, linguistic, 11
competence, literary, 33 f., 40
Compton-Burnett, I., 4
Conrad, J., 129 ff.
context of situation, 1, 4, 9, 10, 39, 40, 44, 46, 48, 66, 79 f., 86, 99, 117
convention, literary, 7, 33 f., 37, 40, 64, 66
Coover, R., 75
co-text, 4, 6, 12, 39, 44
Coward, R., 127
Culler, J., 32, 33, 37, 38, 46
Cummings, E. E., 26 ff., 30, 32, 33
'decentring', 128 f.
deconstruction, 20, 24 f., 5 passim, 114, 117, 127, 134
Derrida,J., 20 ff., 47, 58, 5.1 passim, 68, 71, 5.3 passim. 85, 86 ff., 89, 90 f., 92, 116, 136
de Man, P., 68 ff., 91
deviance, 8
Dickens, C., 57, 67, 111
'différance' 62, 73
difference, 61, 86
dominant ideology, 101 f., 108 6.3 passim, 128, 135
Donne, J., 101
Eagleton, T., 121, 124 ff., 131, 132
Eliot, G., 30, 58, 117 ff., 121, 124 ff.
Eliot, T. S., 14, 101
Ellis, J.127
'encyclopaedia', 2, 44, 46
entailment, 1 f.
Étiemble, R., 98
false consciousness, 95, 111, 112, 120
Federman, R., 75
fiction, 7
figurative, the, 8 ff.
Fiske, J., 105 ff.
Fitzgerald, S., 123 f.
focus, 8 ff.
Forster, E. M., 121
Foucault, M., 136
Fowler, R., 56
frame, framework, 6, 8 ff., 16, 28, 31, 40, 46, 52, 58, 84, 85, 127
free play, 61, 64, 66, 5.3 passim, 87, 88
Freud, S., 41
Gay, P., 135
generalization, 101
Geuss, R., 95 f.
Goldman, L., 54
Graff, G., 67
ground, oflikeness, 14 ff., 21
Habermas, J., 95
Halliday, M. A. K., 36 f., 128
Hartley, J., 105 ff.
Hartman, G., 45 f., 61
Harvey, W. J., 124
Hasan, R., 31
history, 49, 100, 114, 132
Hulme, T. E., 19
Huxley, A., 122

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