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A journal focusing on literature and literary topics for the academic audience.

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 4, Winter

A Comment on Alison Finch's Article
Alison Finch's article ("Computer-Assisted Research on Literature: The Imagery of a Myth") is touching in its reliance on old-fashioned scrutiny of metaphors and similes and her attempt to build out of these a structure of what she calls a myth. Unfortunately,...
Jonathan Culler: A Checklist of Writings on Literary Criticism and Theory to 1994
This enumerative bibliography of Jonathan Culler's publications in literary theory and criticism is divided into two parts. The first lists books that he has published or edited, and is arranged chronologically. The second lists shorter works - chapters,...
Reader-Response under Review: Art, Game, or Science?
One of the problems of the label "Reader-Response Criticism" is that it covers a multitude of different approaches. Jane Tompkins's anthology, Reader-Response Criticism, originally published in 1980 but reprinted many times since then and still used...
Recent Work in Critical Theory
This alphabetically arranged bibliography annotates recently published books and some journal articles and is based primarily on materials coming into the Northern Illinois University libraries between June 1994 and May 1995. Inclusion does not mean...
Regarding Singulative Narration
The frequency relationship between the narrative (recit) and the story (histoire) has not attracted the attention of narrative scholars, perhaps because this aspect of temporality has been the least controversial of the three treated in Genette's narratology....
Supplement to a Bibliography of Russian Formalism in English
This is a supplement to my "Bibliography of Russian Formalism in English," published in a previous bibliographic number of Style (26.4, Winter 1992: 554-76). The original listing was divided into three sections: the first for English translations of...
The Imagery of a Myth: Computer-Assisted Research on Literature
Doubts have often been expressed about computer-assisted research on literature, but until about seven years ago these doubts were voiced mainly by those who did not themselves practice it.(1) Since 1988, however, real worries have increasingly been...
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