Genre and Ethics: The Education of an Eighteenth-century Critic
University of Delaware Press, 2002 - 284 страници
"The study addresses the following kinds of questions: Why does genre need ethics? Why does ethics need genre? How is ethics related to and distinguished from ideology as currently used in cultural studies? How does a generic ethical method come to terms with history and historical change? How is a generic ethical method related to religion? Does genre reinforce the concept of the ethical agent? This book will therefore have a broad audience, including scholars whose fields range from the Renaissance to the present, theorists and philosophers whose interests include ethics, cultural studies, and ideologies, and educationists pursuing methods for graduates and undergraduates. The autobiographical introduction serves as the "hook," as our creative writers say, for this audience. Generically, it is experimental, being at once scholarly, pedagogical, and autobiographical."--BOOK JACKET.
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Textual Ideology in Aphra Behns Oroonoko
Critical Ideology in The Beaux and Belles Stratagem
Critical Judgment in MacFlecknoe
Ethical Agency in The Double Mistress
History Genre and Ethics in The Life of Richard Savage
Genre and Teleology The Faith of Criticism
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