Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)


29 Mar 2007

Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction)

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Like humpty dumpty.
Excerpt: Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)...
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Keesey Chapter 6 Intro
Excerpt: Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)...
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Look Left, Look Right, Okay, Get It?
Excerpt: I rather enjoyed Jay's take on poststructural criticism. I think that our culture lends itself to the idea that double standards, false truths and the contradictions between beliefs and actions create layers of reality that distort and confuse the "tex...
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Tracked: March 25, 2007 3:34 PM
What happened?
Excerpt: Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism)...
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More Theories...
Excerpt: Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism) Kessey addressed all of the previous arguments that he and the previous critics had made, including all of the theories. He then went on and examined each individual theory and noted...
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Structure: not just a pasta bridge
Excerpt: From Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism): "In this view we humans are essentially structuring or signifying animals, and our entire culture--the foods we eat, the clothes we wear, the sounds we utter--is a system of sign...
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Creating the Text
Excerpt: "But are unity and coherence really features of the poem, or are they simply fuctions of the critics' own rage for order?" (Keesey 343) Initially, I just chose this quote because Keesey uses "rage" to describe literary critics. They're a...
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Language Lies (Just like Flannery O'Connor's short story characters)
Excerpt: Keesey, Ch 6 (Introduction) -- Jerz EL312 (Literary Criticism) "The poem, by frankly announcing itself as a rhetorical or metaphorical structure, rather than trying to conceal this condition as "nonpoetic" language does, becomes the only truly honest l...
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EL312: Rip it up, break it down
Excerpt: Deconstructive criticism, then, is poststructural in at least three senses: it comes after structuralism; it deconstructs the central concept of "structure"; yet at the same time it continues many of the key ideas of structuralism, among them the idea...
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Is Keesey trying to kill me?
Excerpt: Ok. I know that this title is something that really isn't true, but that is how I felt. The reason behind the lateness of this, and the following two blogs, is that I simply didn't understand the introduction to this...
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Don't f with the system, our flanneled friend is in control!
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The Text Inside the Text
Excerpt: We may prefer one context to another, but we could never point to the poem to ground that preference, could never claim one perspective was more "illuminating" than another, for the idea of what counted as illumination would itself be...
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This is incredibly odd:

http://blogs.setonhill.edu/KevinHinton/2007/03/mitchell_steele.html

Posted by: Kevin "Kelo The Great" Hinton at March 24, 2007 7:28 PM
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