Ordinary Language Criticism: Literary Thinking After Cavell After Wittgenstein

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Januar 2003



A new critical model drawing on the ideas of Wittgenstein and Cavell and focusing on the role of the ordinary and the familiar in the experience of writing and reading


Introduction - The Varieties Of Ordinary Language Criticism, Kenneth Dauber And Walter Jost; Wittgenstein's Philosophizing And Literary Theorizing, Austin E. Quigley; Stanley Cavell's Redemptive Reading - A Philosophical Labor In Progress, Edward Duffy; The Window - Knowledge Of Other Minds In Virginia Woolf's "To The Lighthouse", Martha C. Nussbaum; Ordinary Language Brought To Grief - "Home Burial", Walter Jost; Reading, Writing, Remembering - What Cavell And Heidegger Call Thinking, Stephen Mulhall; The Grammar Of Telling - The Example Of "Don Quixote", A.J. Cascardi; The Shadow Of A Magnitude - Quotation As Canonicity In Proust And Beckett, William Flesch; The Self, Reflected - Wittgenstein, Cavell, And The Autobiographical Situation, Garry L. Hagberg; Cavell's Imperfect Perfectionism, Charles Altieri; The Poetics Of Description - Wittgenstein On The Aesthetic, Marjorie Perloff; In Which Henry James Strikes Bedrock, Ralph M. Berry; "The Accomplishment Of Inhabitation" - Danto, Cavell, And The Argument Of American Poetry, Gerald L. Bruns. (Part Contents).


KENNETH DAUBER is a professor of English at the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is the author of The Idea of Authorship in America (University of Wisconsin Press, 1990). WALTER JOST is an associate professor of English at the University of Virginia. He has recently completed a book entitled Rhetorical Investigations: Studies in Ordinary Language Criticism.

EAN: 9780810119574
ISBN: 0810119579
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2003
Seitenanzahl: 344 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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