Myth, Truth and Literature: Towards a True Post-modernism
Cambridge University Press, 26.08.1994 - 208 Seiten
Colin Falck's book has had a widespread influence since it first appeared in 1989. Hailed as a work that alters the way we think about literary theory and its institutionalization in America and Britain, it is a philosophically informed account of the "paradigm-shift" required to replace structuralism and poststructuralism as modes of perceiving literature and related culture. Falck now supplements this second paperback edition with important new material opening up fresh horizons within the subject.
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