Table of contents for Modern criticism and theory : a reader / edited by David Lodge ; revised and expanded by Nigel Wood.

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Contents
Contents arranged historically	v
Contents arranged thematically	viii
Acknowledgements	xiii
Foreword	xv
Introduction	1
CONTENTS ARRANGED HISTORICALLY
 1	Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels	31
	Preface, and The premisses of the materialist method, from The German Ideology	33
 2	Ferdinand de Saussure	42
	The object of study	43
 3	Sigmund Freud	51
	The premises and technique of interpretation, and Manifest and latent elements, from Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis	53
 4	Walter Benjamin	70
	The task of the translator	72
 5	Virginia Woolf	81
	Chapter Two of A Room of One's Own	83
 6	Simone de Beauvoir	93
	Myth and reality, and Women's situation and character, from The Second Sex	95
 7	Frantz Fanon	125
	The negro and language, from Black Skin, White Masks	127
 8	Roman Jakobson	140
	Linguistics and poetics	141
	The metaphoric and metonymic poles	165
 9	Bertolt Brecht	169
	Study of the first scene of Shakespeare's Coriolanus	172
10	Jacques Lacan	184
	The insistence of the letter in the unconscious	186
11	Jacques Derrida	210
	Structure, sign and play in the discourse of the human sciences	211
12	Tzvetan Todorov	225
	The typology of detective fiction	226
13	Mikhail Bakhtin	233
	From the prehistory of novelistic discourse	235
14	E.D. Hirsch, Jnr.	264
	In defence of the author, from Validity of Interpretation	265
15	Michel Foucault	280
	What is an author?	281
16	Wolfgang Iser	294
	The reading process: a phenomenological approach	295
17	Roland Barthes	311
	The death of the author	313
	Textual analysis: Poe's 'Valdemar'	317
18	Raymond Williams	337
	Country and city, and A problem of perspective, from
	The Country and the City	339
19	Julia Kristeva	346
	The ethics of linguistics	347
20	H¿l¿ne Cixous	358
	Sorties	359
21	Edward Said	366
	Crisis [in orientalism]	368
22	Stanley Fish	382
	Interpreting the Variorum	383
23	J. Hillis Miller	401
	The critic as host	402
24	Jean-Fran¿ois Lyotard	410
	What is postmodernism?	412
25	Jean Baudrillard	421
	Simulacra and simulations	423
26	Paul de Man	431
	The resistance to theory	432
27	Geoffrey Hartman	447
	The interpreter's Freud	448
28	Umberto Eco	460
	Casablanca: Cult movies and intertextual collage	462
29	Michael Riffaterre	471
	Transposing presuppositions on the semiotics of literary translation	473
30	Patrocinio Schweickart	484
	Reading ourselves: toward a feminist theory of reading	485
31	Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick	506
	The beast in the closet	508
32	Luce Irigaray	531
	The bodily encounter with the mother	532
33	Fredric Jameson	541
	Postmodernism and consumer society	542
34	Stephen Greenblatt	555
	The circulation of social energy	557
35	Jerome McGann	572
	The textual condition	574
36	Stuart Hall	581
	New ethnicities	583
37	Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak	592
	Questions of multiculturalism, and The post-colonial critic	594
38	Judith Butler	607
	Critically queer, from Bodies That Matter	609
39	Malcolm Bowie	626
	Freud and the European unconscious, from Psychoanalysis and the Future of Theory	628
40	Jeffrey Weeks	641
	The sphere of the intimate and the values of everyday life, from Invented Moralities	643
41	Lawrence Buell	665
	Place, from The Environmental Imagination	667
42	Slavoj aibek	692
	Fantasy as a political category: a Lacanian approach	695
43	Meyda Yecenoclu	706
	The battle of the veil: woman between orientalism and nationalism, from Colonial Fantasies	707
44	David Scott Kastan	729
	From codex to computer; or, presence of mind, from Shakespeare and the Book	731
45	Alexander Stille	751
	Writing and the creation of the past, from The Future of the Past	752
46	Valentine Cunningham	771
	Touching reading, from Reading After Theory	772
47	Jacqueline Rose	790
	Daddy	792
48	Terry Eagleton	821
	The rise and fall of theory, from After Theory	824
Index	835
CONTENTS ARRANGED THEMATICALLY
Language, adaptation and translation
 2	Ferdinand de Saussure	42
	The object of study	43
 4	Walter Benjamin	70
	The task of the translator	72
 8	Roman Jakobson	140
	Linguistics and poetics	141
	The metaphoric and metonymic poles	165
 9	Bertolt Brecht	169
	Study of the first scene of Shakespeare's Coriolanus	172
12	Tzvetan Todorov	225
	The typology of detective fiction	226
13	Mikhail Bakhtin	233
	From the prehistory of novelistic discourse*	235
17	Roland Barthes	311
	The death of the author	313
	Textual analysis: Poe's 'Valdemar'	317
19	Julia Kristeva	346
	The ethics of linguistics*	347
28	Umberto Eco	460
	Casablanca: Cult movies and intertextual collage	462
29	Michael Riffaterre	471
	Transposing presuppositions on the semiotics of literary translation	473
42	Slavoj aibek	692
	Fantasy as a political category: a Lacanian approach	695
The postmodern
10	Jacques Lacan	184
	The resistance to theory	186
11	Jacques Derrida	210
	Structure, sign and play in the discourse of the human sciences	211
23	J. Hillis Miller	401
	The critic as host	402
24	Jean-Francois Lyotard	410
	What is postmodernism?	412
25	Jean Baudrillard	421
	Simulacra and simulations	423
26	Paul de Man	431
	The resistance to theory*	432
27	Geoffrey Hartman	447
	The interpreter's Freud*	448
33	Fredric Jameson	541
	Postmodernism and consumer society	542
42	Slavoj aibek	692
	Fantasy as a political society: a Lacanian approach	695
45	Alexander Stille	751
	Writing and the creation of the past	752
The subject and questions of agency
 3	Sigmund Freud	51
	The premises and technique of interpretation	53
	Manifest and latent elements	62
11	Jacques Lacan	210
	The insistence of the letter in the unconscious	211
20	H¿l¿ne Cixous	358
	Sorties*	359
27	Geoffrey Hartman	447
	The interpreter's Freud*	448
32	Luce Irigaray	531
	The bodily encounter with the mother*	532
39	Malcolm Bowie	626
	Freud and the European unconscious	628
42	Slavoj aibek	692
	Fantasy as a political category: a Lacanian approach	695
47	Jacqueline Rose	790
	'Daddy'	792
History and place
 1	Karl Marx	31
	Preface	33
	The premisses of the materialist method	34
 7	Frantz Fanon	125
	The negro and language	127
18	Raymond Williams	337
	Country and city	339
	A problem of perspective	344
21	Edward Said	366
	Crisis (in orientalism)	368
34	Stephen Greenblatt	555
	The circulation of social energy	557
36	Stuart Hall	581
	New ethnicities	583
37	Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak	592
	Questions of multiculturalism	594
	The post-colonial critic	600
41	Lawrence Buell	665
	Place	667
43	Meyda Yecenoclu	706
	The battle of the veil: woman between orientalism and nationalism	707
Gender
 5	Virginia Woolf	81
	A Room of One's Own	83
 6	Simone de Beauvoir	93
	Myth and reality	95
	Women's situation and character	102
20	H¿l¿ne Cixous	358
	Sorties*	359
30	Patrocinio Schweickart	484
	Reading ourselves: toward a feminist theory of reading	485
31	Eve Kosovsky Sedgwick	506
	The beast in the closet	508
32	Luce Irigaray	531
	The bodily encounter with the mother*	532
38	Judith Butler	607
	Critically queer	609
40	Jeffrey Weeks	641
	The sphere of the intimate and the values of everyday life	643
43	Meyda Yecenoclu	706
	The battle of the veil: woman between orientalism and nationalism	707
47	Jacqueline Rose	790
	Daddy	792
The reader, the author and the text
 8	Roman Jakobson	140
	Linguistics and Poetics	141
12	Tzvetan Todorov	225
	The Typology of Detective Fiction	226
13	Mikhail Bakhtin	233
	From the Prehistory of Novelistic Discourse	235
14	E.D. Hirsch, Jnr.	264
	In defence of the author	265
15	Michel Foucault	280
	What is an author?	281
16	Wolfgang Iser	294
	The reading process: a phenomenological approach	295
17	Roland Barthes	311
	The death of the author	313
	Textual analysis: Poe's 'Valdemar'	317
22	Stanley Fish	382
	Interpreting the Variorum	383
30	Patrocinio Schweickart	484
	Reading ourselves: toward a feminist theory of reading	485
31	Eve Kosovsky Sedgwick	506
	The beast in the closet	508
35	Jerome McGann	572
	The textual condition	574
44	David Scott Kastan	729
	From codex to computer; or, presence of mind	731
Non- and Post-Theory
14	E.D. Hirsch, Jnr.	264
	In defence of the author	265
44	David Scott Kastan	729
	From codex to computer, or, presence of mind	731
45	Alexander Stille	751
	Writing and the creation of the past	752
46	Valentine Cunningham	771
	Touching reading	772
48	Terry Eagleton	821
	The rise and fall of theory	824

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Criticism -- History -- 20th century.
Criticism -- History -- 21st century.
Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.