Beyond Literary Theory: Literature as a Search for the Meaning of Human Destiny
University Press of America, 2001 - 334 páginas
Beyond Literary Theory is not representative of any particular school of criticism. Its purpose is to demonstrate the scope and limits of critical theories based on logic, scientism, and psychoanalysis. Eduard H. Strauch allows readers to explore beyond literary theory to discover dimensions of human experience that define timeless literature.
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