Practicing Theory and Reading Literature: An Introduction
University Press of Kentucky, Jul 28, 1989 - Literary Criticism - 206 pages
" A clear and accessible demonstration of how contemporary literary theories can be applied to a wide range of texts, from Shakespeare, Bunyan, Sterne, Keats, to James, Stevens, Joyce, Pinter, Updike, and Arthur Miller."
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