Comparative Criticism: Volume 7, Boundaries of Literature

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E. S. Shaffer
Cambridge University Press, Apr 17, 1986 - Literary Criticism - 380 pages
Comparative Criticism is an annual journal of comparative literature and cultural studies that has gained an international reputation since its inception in 1979. It contains major articles on literary theory and criticism; on a wide range of comparative topics; and on interdisciplinary debates. It includes translations of literary, scholarly and critical works; substantial reviews of important books in the field; and bibliographies on specialist themes for the year, on individual writers, and on comparative literary studies in Britain and Ireland.
 

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Contents

BERNARD HARRISON Deconstructing Derrida
3
imaginary discourse
25
postMarxism as
49
Lacan on psycho
105
carnival
127
The
147
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE Speech on the Shakespeare
177
SARAH KIRSCH Earthly Kingdom and other poems
183
ARTHUR CRAVAN Poet and Boxer or the soul of the twentieth
193
A play in three acts
199
the avantgarde past
265
on John
279
on the Suhrkamp
289
Books and periodicals received
299
Compiled by Glyn Tegai Hughes
317
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