09 # 35336 - English Narrative 20th & 21st Centuries -

#35336 Narrativa Inglesa en los siglos 20 y 21 - Grupo A

 Guia Docent / Course Syllabus

1. GENERAL INFORMATION / FITXA IDENTIFICATIVA

Code:

35336

Subject :

English Narrative in the 20th and 21st Centuries

Cycle:

First

ECTS Credits:

6

Academic Year:

2014 - 2015

 

 

Type

Module

Degree:

English Studies

Compulsory

English Literature

Centre:

Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació

Year:

2

Term:

Semestre 2

 

Lecturer:

Departament:

Dr. Vicente Forés-López

Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya

 

2. SUMMARY / RESUM

This course seeks to familiarize students with the main movements, modes, genres, authors and works of English prose fiction in the 20th and 21st centuries, and to guide them in the development of critical skills needed to understand and provide a reasoned response to literary texts in relation to issues such as gender relations, social stratification, ideological censure or religious and philosophical questions.

5. LEARNING OUTCOMES/ RESULTATS D'APRENENTATGE

Having successfully completed the course, students will be able to

  • explain the distinctive features of the main narrative genres and movements and modes of production and reception of English prose fiction in the 20th and 21st centuries,
  • recall the contribution of authors to the development and history of English prose fiction,
  • relate individual works and authors to their historical and cultural contexts,
  • describe the conventions and techniques used in specific narrative texts in English,
  • identify passages from literary works in English that they have seen in class or read
  • assess the significance of passages from literary works in English that they have seen in class or read
  • discern the meaning and theme(s) of narrative texts in English ,
  • explain the way the meaning and effect of a narrative text are conveyed through its linguistic choices,
  • explain how the use of types of narrators and of focalization condition the unfolding of narrative,
  • write their reading experiences and critical responses in essays, reviews or projects in English,
  • contrast aspects of literary texts in English and their contexts with others from different authors, genres, movements and periods.

 

6. CONTENTS / DESCRIPCIÓ DE CONTINGUTS

  1. Defining terms: literature, fiction, narrative, novel, short story.
  2. Narratology: theory and technique of narrative.
  3. Modernism: James, Conrad, Lawrence, Joyce, Woolf.
  4. The realist tradition: Bennett, Galsworthy, Wells.
  5. Satire and dystopia: Huxley, Orwell, Waugh.
  6. The novel between 1930-1950: Forster, Greene.
  7. The novel after 1950: “Angry Young Men”, post-modernism,
  8. Experimentation: Golding, Spark, Murdoch, Beckett, Amis, Lessing.
  9. Non-English-born writers: a postcolonial perspective.
  10. New contributions in the XXI century. Hypertext, interactive literature, etc.

 

8. TEACHING METHODOLOGY / METODOLOGIA DOCENT

Theory-based classes: lectures and case studies*. Lectures will focus on clarification and discussion of key concepts and techniques rather than on exposition of matter students can find in the bibliography. Criticism and discussion of novels and short stories in which students are encouraged to put into use their critical competence.

Practical classes: problem solving and case studies*. Expositions of the novels dealt with, making use of the new technologies, followed by class debates. Practice in stylistic commentary of fragments.

Other activities: tutorials for orientation in preparing papers and projects. Students will be expected to write 2 critical papers on a chosen work of prose fiction.

 

 

* About the Case Studies. Each student will have to present a case study during the first part of this course. The maximum extension should be between 4 to 6 pages only, and a maximum of 15 minutes for the oral presentation worth 1 point of the end grade.

The first thing you will have to do is decide about WHO (any author you want)  and WHAT (novel, poem, play, theory, school, movement, etc.) you want to write.

Once you have decided the WHO and WHAT, you have to research your topic, locate in the "text" examples to base your analysis on, undertake the analysis and write out your essay either defending your own point of view, method and conclusion or quoting other peoples' pov, method or conclusions. The main questions you should be asking yourself and answering with your case study are:

The topic you have chosen: why is it so important? what is the context of that topic in the framework of the work you are analyzing? what place does it occupy in the work? in what a relationship does this topic you selected stand with the rest of the work? what do we know today about the issue? what is today´s attitude towards the issue? why do you think the author chose that topic to write about? what was his/her main intention by choosing this topic?

These, of course, are just a few suggestions to what a case study should cover, you can find your own questions, your own answers or priorities.

salut
Dr. Forés

P.S: For any doubts, please, visit with me Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:00 and/or Thursday from 10:00 to 12:00 in my office number 74, sixth floor of the Facultat de Filología. Please send an e-mail the previous day to make sure I am there.

 

Atención a Alumnos:

Martes de 10:00 a 11:00 y Jueves de 10:00 a 12:00

Despacho 074, Sexta planta de la Facultat de Filología.

Por favor, mandad un e-mail el día antes para asegurar que estaré.

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9. LEARNING ASSESSMENT / AVALUACIÓ

[General]

The system for assessment of competences and learning outcomes in the subject will be detailed in the corresponding Course Syllabus for every academic year, but students may expect one or a combination of the following procedures:

–  Written exams or tests on the theoretical aspects of the course, to evaluate acquisition of concepts and ability to apply them in the texts proposed.

– Written exams or tests on the practical aspects of the course, to evaluate application of techniques and analysis methods as well as the students’ response to the texts proposed.

– Papers, projects or oral presentations, to evaluate students’ output —individually— as regards research for bibliography and information, organization of concepts, argumentation and writing skills, originality and relevance, as well as their management of delivery terms.

– Portfolio or dossier, to evaluate the variety of tasks and exercises proposed and resolved during the course.

– Oral presentations, individual or in group

– Interviews at tutorials or final assessment interview, to evaluate acquisition of competences, authorship of papers or projects submitted, and to feedback students as to the quality of their work.

IMPORTANT: Plagiarism will not be tolerated; it is a serious academic offense and therefore will be penalized by failing the course.

A final average mark will only be given if all parts are marked above 4 (in a scale from 0.1 to 10, where the top mark is 10 and a pass is 5).

The final mark will take very much into account the active involvement of students in the course, both in class and in tutorials, and their creativity.

 

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WEEK  1  Monday Febr. 02.2 INTRO al curso

MLA Formatting and Style Guide

Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting - The Basics, 3:01

Purdue OWL: MLA Formatting: List of Works Cited, 8:18

Cómo citar recursos electrónicos, por Assumpció Estivill y Cristóbal Urbano © 1997

Designing your own webpage or blog: UVpress.blogs.uv.es

 

Tuesday Febr. 03 práctica 00

Planning, coordination, assignments, selection and proposal of texts. Case studies. First + Second Paper.

Defining terms:

literatureMIT Open Courseware, The Nobel Prize in Literature, Online Library of Literature,

fiction, British Council Literature page , Literature is Great - Part 1, Part 2.

BritLit at the British Council page. Dictionary.com, The Guardian Fiction Page, Literary Periods, Narrative Theories

 

WEEK 2 Monday Febr. 09.2. narrative, novel, short story.

narrative, Narrative definition (wikipedia) The International Society for the Study of NarrativeNarrative official journal of the ISSN, por ejemplo: Pre–Text/Text/Context .

novel, Novel definition at wikipedia,  novel (literature) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia, novel,

short story, Story and the Human Experience, classic short stories, The Short Story Net.

Wikipedia definitions: Outline_of_literatureList_of_writers.

1) Literature ; 2) Fiction;  3) Poetry; 4) Drama; 5) Short_story; 6) Novel; 7) Novella; 8) .

a) Poetry and Narrative; 1:43:56 min., b) What Happens in a Poem; 1:58:01 min.,

 

Tuesday Febr. 10.2 práctica 01

01 Nancy Kaplan .- Politexts, Hypertexts, and Other Cultural Formations in the Late Age of Print. ( A )

published at: http://www.ibiblio.org/cmc/mag/1995/mar/kaplan.html

further reading: Nancy Kaplan´s Kitchen  (originally published at http://iat.ubalt.edu/kaplan)

 

WEEK 3 Monday Febr. 16.2. Narratology: theory and technique of narrative.

narratologyAmsterdam International Electronic Journal for Cultural Narratology, Narratology: A Guide to the Theory of Narrative, Centre for Narrative Research,

theory and technique of narrative:

literaryterms - narrative technique

thefreedictionary - narrative technique

List of writers. Modern Writers | Interviews with remarkable authors; http://www.bbc.co.uk/archive/writers/

Modern Writers Collection (BBC); 20th century authors: making the connection. The Open University.

 

Tuesday Febr. 17.2. práctica 02

02 John Lavagnino.- Reading, Scholarship, and Hypertext Editions

published at:http://www.stg.brown.edu/resources/stg/monographs/rshe.html (A)

further reading: John Willinsky, Alex Garnett, and Angela Pan Wong, Refurbishing the Camelot of Scholarship: How to Improve the Digital Contribution of the PDF Research Article, Volume 15, Issue 1, Summer 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/3336451.0015.102 (A)

 

WEEK 4 Monday Febr. 23.2. MODERNISM

General websites

1) Modernism Lab - Yale University; 2) Gutenberg.org http://www.gutenberg.org, on-line books; 3) eBooks@Adelaide: Free Web Books; 4) Concord - An Online Concordance Library; 5) Victorian Literature & British/Irish & American Hyper-Concordances Online; 6) Modernism Undone: T.S. Eliot's Literary Revolution, 7) Modernism's first wave: turn-of-the-century literature - The Guardian.

Modernism: James, Conrad, Hardy, Lawrence, Joyce, Woolf.

Henry James, (15 April 1843 – 28 February 1916),  Henry James, Biography and Works, a) goodreads Portrait of a Lady, b) Portrait of a Lady Episode 1, 42:33; Episode 2, 44:41, 3 + 4 ; c) The Bostonions (1984) ; d) The Turn of the Screw 2009, 1:28:42; e)

Joseph Conrad (born Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski;Berdichev, Imperial Russia, 3 December 1857 – 3 August 1924, Bishopsbourne, Kent, England), Joseph Conrad, Conrad First is an open-access archive of the serials, overview, Edward Said - Between Worlds, Hypertext Concordance to his Complete Works, JC Society (UK).

Thomas Hardy, OM (2 June 1840 – 11 January 1928), author of novels, including Far from the Madding Crowd (1874) Far from the Madding Crowd (1998) YT 3:31:18, The Mayor of Casterbridge (1886) The Mayor of Casterbridge.~part 1/2, part 1/2, Tess of the d'Urbervilles, (1891) primera parte, segunda parte (BBC, 1998) , and  Jude the Obscure (1895), YouTube: Jude the Obscure 1996 in ENG (Kate Winslet).

David Herbert Lawrence (11 September 1885 – 2 March 1930),   D.H. Lawrence, Guardian archive article by D.H.L., Photographs and Life, D. H. Lawrence (149 Poems); Sons and Lovers 1913, his earliest masterpiece.  The Rainbow 1915, immediately seized by the police its sequel Women in Love published 1920. boundaries of the acceptable treatment of sexual issues, most notably in Lady Chatterley's Lover,  privately published in Florence in 1928, unexpurgated version not published until 1959.

James Augustine Aloysius Joyce (2 February 1882 – 13 January 1941),  James Joyce, J.J. Historical and Literary Tour of Mullingar (audio), Ulysses Hypertext Concordance, Mapping J.J.´s Ulysses Collaborative Learning (Video).

Adeline Virginia Woolf (nee Stephen; 25 January 1882 – 28 March 1941), Virginia Woolf, VW at the Modernism Lab at Yale, a) The Recorded Voice Of Virginia Woolf, 7:38; b) V.W. Documentary, 29:25 min.; c) The Mind and Times of Virginia Woolf (Part 1 of 3) 9:53; d) If Shakespeare had a sister... Virginia Woolf; 8:43 e) To the Lighthouse 1927,  - 1983 - Kenneth Branagh, Virginia Woolf; f) Orlando, 1928, 1:33:34; g) Mrs Dalloway 1925, 1:33:24, 1997 VOS español; and A Room of One's Own 1929, Woolf and E. M. Forster were members of the Bloomsbury Group.

 

Tuesday Febr. 24.2. práctica 03

03 John Tolva.– The Heresy of Hypertext: Fear and Anxiety in the Late Age of Print.

published at: http://www.ascentstage.com/papers/heresy.html ( A )

further reading: Sven Birkerts, The Gutenberg Elegies (Boston and Londond: Faber and Faber, 1994) 228.

 

WEEK 5 Monday March 02.3 The realist tradition:

Kipling, Bennett, Galsworthy, Wells, Chesterton and Conan Doyle.

Joseph Rudyard Kipling (30 December 1865 – 18 January 1936), Rudyard KiplingNobel Prize for Literature (1907), Kipling's works include The Jungle Books (1894-5), The Man Who Would Be King and Kim (1901), and his inspirational poem "If—" (1895).

Arnold Bennett (27 May 1867 – 27 March 1931), Arnold BennettThe Old Wives' Tale (1908),  Locations in Bennett´s Novels, A.B. Society, Phantom - Classic Ghost Tales audiobook, How to Live on 24 hours a Day audiobook, The Old Wives Tale - audiobooks. "Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown" a 1923 essay by Virginia Woolf.

John Galsworthy (14 August 1867 – 31 January 1933), John Galsworthy, (Nobel Prize in Literature, 1932), The Forsyte Saga (1906–21) Biography - nobelprize.org, Spartacus Educational, The Forsyte Saga 1967 b&w BBC Series, Episode 1 (part 1 of 6), The Forsyte Saga 2002 color BBC Series, Episode 1 (part 1 of 13) The Forsyte Saga and Downton Abbey in the NYT,

Herbert George "H. G." Wells  (21 September 1866 – 13 August 1946), H.G. Wells, most notable science fiction works include The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, The Invisible Man and The Island of Doctor Moreau, all written in the 1890s. Goodreads - ebooks for free, BBC - Archive on the Future - radio programmes, Prophet of Science - by Ridley Scott. Things to Come  b&w movie 1936 1:34:48., The Night America Trembled 1957 b/w documentary, Battle of the Worlds (1961) color 1:23:40, War of the Worlds radio version by Orson Welles 1938, Jeff Wayne - War of the Worlds - 1978 reading of the text, Part 1 45:10, Part 2 49:54. The New Generation Jeff Wayne musical - play 2012, War of the Worlds (1/8) trailer Spielberg version. War of the Worlds - in The Observer.

Gilbert Keith Chesterton, (29 May 1874 – 14 June 1936), G. K. Chesterton, best-known character is the priest-detective Father Brown, who appeared only in short stories, best-known novel The Man Who Was Thursday published in 1908. Father Brown The Detective 1954 (Alec Guiness). An Evening With G.K. Chesterton (John "Chuck" Chalberg - Acton Institute). G.K. Chesterton The Apostle of Common Sense - God is Dead: Chesterton vs. Nietzsche. Alan Watts - Lecture on G.K. Chesterton. "The Man Who Was Thursday" by The Mercury Theatre, 1 of 6. The Man Who Was Thursday.

Sir Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle, (22 May 1859 – 7 July 1930) Arthur Conan Doyle, SHERLOCK HOLMES:  Sherlock Holmes: Terror by Night (1946, 720p) - Full Mystery Movie, b/w, Sherlock Holmes Terror by Night February 1, 1946 in Color, Sherlock Holmes The Hound of the Baskervilles Mar/31/1939, Sherlock Holmes The Woman in Green 1945 in Colour English subtitles, Sherlock Holmes And The Vampire Of Whitechapel, Sherlock Holmes Hands of a Murderer (Edward Woodward) May 16, 1990, Sherlock Holmes & The Case of the Silk Stocking V.O., Rupert Everet, Sherlock Holmes y el Caso de la Media de Seda, 1:38:41 YT doblada al castellano.

English Language and Literature interactive Timeline. Arthur Conan Doyle, 1904. Copyright © The British Library Board.

 

 

Tuesday March 03.3.    práctica 04

04 John Lye. – Contemporary Literary Theory  ( A )

published at: http://www.brocku.ca/english/courses/2P70/contemporary_literary_theory.php

 

WEEK 06 Monday March, 09.3 Satire and dystopia

Maugham, Huxley, Orwell, Lowry, Waugh, Burgess, Golding.

William Somerset Maugham, (25 January 1874 – 16 December 1965)  Somerset Maugham, his books at google, Movies at YT: Of Human Bondage (1934) [HD] - Leslie Howard, Bette Davis; The Razor's Edge - Tyrone Power (1946 ), Encore (1951), The Painted Veil (2006);

Aldous Leonard Huxley (26 July 1894 – 22 November 1963), Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, set in a dystopian London; Brave New World (1980)-Full Length Movie, colour, 3:04:15, Brave New World, Trailer, 2:12, b/w The Doors of Perception,  experiences when taking a psychedelic drug. Darkness and Light, documentary on Brave New World, 48:32 min. Aldous Huxley - Speech at UC Berkeley, The Ultimate Revolution 1962, 1:22:26 min. Aldous Huxley interviewed by Mike Wallace : 1958 (Full), 28:12 min.

Eric Arthur Blair alias/a.k.a.George Orwell (25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950): The Road to Wigan Pier (1937) and Down and Out in Paris and London (1933), colonialism in Burmese Days (1934), dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949), 1958 PUBLIC DOMAIN version of 1984, allegorical novella Animal Farm (1945). His book Homage to Catalonia (1938), about his experiences in Spanish Civil War. In 2008, The Times ranked him second on a list of "The 50 greatest British writers since 1945". George Orwell: A Life in Pictures Full Documentary; 1:28:34; All Art Is Propaganda: Christopher Hitchens on George Orwell - George Packer Interview (2009), 51:52; Christopher Hitchens - Why Orwell Matters [2005], 1:33:15; George Orwell BBC Arena Part 1 of 5 - biography, 56:01.

Great Books: 1984 documentary, 46:14, Mind Control - George Orwell, BBC 101 documentary, 28:49; 1984 George Orwell - Full Movie - 1956, 1:30:12, New trailer for 1984(1984) starring John Hurt. Animal Farm 1954 cartoons, english subtitles, 1:09:27. Rebelión En La Granja (1999), 1:27:40, en castellano.

Clarence Malcolm Lowry, (28 July 1909 – 26 June 1957), Malcolm Lowry,  published in the 1930s, but is best known for Under the Volcano (1947), Under the Volcano / Bajo el Volcán (Full / Completa) 1:52:27; Volcano: An Inquiry into the Life and Death of Malcolm Lowry, 99:20, 1976.; Lost Malcolm Lowry novel published, BBC, 25.10.2014; Under the Volcano: fueling a thirst for Malcolm Lowry, the guardian, 1 October 2013; Malcolm Lowry Project, website, June 2012.

Arthur Evelyn St. John Waugh, (28 October 1903 – 10 April 1966), Evelyn Waugh, in A Handful of Dust, and Decline and FallBrideshead Revisited 1945, Evelyn Waugh Face To Face BBC Interview, 29:38, The Waughs, Fathers & Sons 1/9, 10:19; Retorno a Brideshead . Brideshead Revisited Episodio 1 / 11; 1:40:28. A Handful of Dust 1988, 1:53:06. The Sympathetic Passenger (Evelyn Waugh) - Part 1, 9:58, Part 2, 7:55 Short story, director Hitchcok;

John Anthony Burgess Wilson, (; 25 February 1917 – 22 November 1993), Anthony Burgess, his dystopian satire A Clockwork Orange best known novel. In 1971 controversial film by Stanley Kubrick,  numerous other novels, including the Enderby quartet, and Earthly Powers, regarded by most critics as his greatest novel and wrote studies of classic writers, notably James Joyce. A versatile linguist, Burgess lectured in phonetics, and translated Cyrano de Bergerac, Oedipus the King and the opera Carmen. Burgess also composed over 250 musical works, and wanted to be regarded primarily as a composer rather than a writer. Face to Face - Anthony Burgess (21st March 1989), 30:19.

Sir William Gerald Golding, (19 September 1911 – 19 June 1993) William Golding, novelist, playwright, and poet who won a Nobel Prize in Literature, (1983) best known for Lord of the Flies. Awarded Booker Prize in 1980 novel Rites of Passage, the first book of his sea trilogy, To the Ends of the Earth. William Golding, The Lord of the Flies, Peter Brook directs LoF, 1963, b/w 1:30; Harry Hook´s version, 1990, colour 1:30. To the ends of the earth, 1/12, BBC.

 

 

Tuesday March 10.3 práctica 05

05 Jerome McGann. – The Rationale of HyperText  ( A )

published at: http://www2.iath.virginia.edu/public/jjm2f/rationale.html further readings: Victorian Resources Online.

The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH). William Blake Archive.

Dante Gabriel Rossetti Archive, edited by Jerome J. McGann.

 

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WEEK 07 Monday, March 23.3 The novel between 1930-1950: 2nd generation Modernism

Forster, Greene, Beckett, Fleming, Lewis, Tolkien

Edward Morgan Forster, (1 January 1879 – 7 June 1970), E.M. Forster, A Passage to India 1924,  imperialism, earlier works  A Room with a View (1908) and Howards End (1910), examined Edwardian society. 1) A Passage to India (1984) 2) A Room with a View (1985)  3) Howards End (1992) 4) Maurice (1987) YouTube: Where Angels fear to tread, (1:16:53) 1991, A Room with a View (1:52:05) 1985, Maurice, (2:20:02) 1987.

Henry Graham Greene, (2 October 1904 – 3 April 1991), Graham Greene,  Catholic novels: Brighton Rock, The Power and the Glory, The Heart of the Matter and The End of the Affair. Several works such as The Confidential Agent, The Third Man, The Quiet American, Our Man in Havana and The Human Factor workings of international politics and espionage. 1) The Third Man (1949)The Third Man (1959) 2) The Fallen Idol (1948), 3) The Quiet American (2002)

Samuel Barclay Beckett (13 April 1906 – 22 December 1989) Samuel Beckett, short-story collection More Pricks than Kicks (1934), "trilogy" of novels: Molloy (1951); Malone meurt (1951), Malone Dies (1958); L'innommable (1953), The Unnamable, (1960). a) Samuel Beckett story to be published 80 years after it was rejected, at uvpress.blogs.uv.es, 30.03.2014. b) Molloy - S.B. The sucking Stone sequence, 9:06 YouTube; Malone Dies, (Extract), 5:39; The Unnamable Dies, (Extract) (1999) 8:53, YouTube; c) Harold Pinter on S.B. 12:52, YouTube.

Ian Lancaster Fleming (28 May 1908 – 12 August 1964) Ian Fleming, a) The official I.F. website. b) The James Bond Dossier by Martin Amis, 1966, London: Pan Books. OCLC 752401390; b) Black, Jeremy (2005). The Politics of James Bond: From Fleming's Novel to the Big Screen. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press. c) The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader. by Lindner, Christoph, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2003, 268 pages. d) Eco, Umberto (2003). "Narrative Structures in Fleming". In Lindner, Christoph. The James Bond Phenomenon: A Critical Reader. e) The Semiotics of Bond: Ian Fleming’s Use of Propaganda, by Jay, 20.4.2012; f) Bond Rerouted: 007 and the Internal Conflict in/of Digital Media, in: SPELL: Swiss Papers in English Language and Literature, 29, p. 51-63.

Clive Staples Lewis (29 November 1898 – 22 November 1963) C.S.Lewis, a) C.S. Lewis´s Legacy: 50 Years later, Still; November 22nd, 2013. b) C.S.Lewis Reading Room, c) C.S Lewis's surviving BBC radio address, 9:15. Part 2; d) C.S. Lewis: My Life's Journey, 1:29:44; e) Lewis and Tolkien: Scholars and Friends, 59:18; f) C.S Lewis life story with a purpose, 1:05:16. g) C. S. Lewis - Beyond Narnia, 54:43, documentary.h) Terra das Sombras / Shadowlands - Filme Completo, 2:11:25.

John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, (3 January 1892 – 2 September 1973) J.R.R.Tolkien, a) The Journal of Inkling Studies, b) The Official J.R.R.Tolkien Book Shop, c) Official Biography at the Toliken Society Website. d) Studying Tolkien at TTS. Interview with JRR Tolkien in 1968 and Adam Tolkien in 2007, 5:10; BBC Archival Footage - In Their Own Words British Authors J.R.R. Tolkien Part 1, 13:41; An Awfully Big Adventure - JRR Tolkien (BBC 1998), 49:18; The Lord Of The Rings Beyond The Movie, documentary, 52:47; Middle-Earth's Secrets: Tolkien's Lord of the Rings- The Fellowship of the Ring, 57:36, documentary. JRR TOLKIEN '1892-1973' - A Study Of The Maker Of Middle-earth, 1:46:55 biography documentary.

 

Tuesday, March 24.3 práctica 06

06 Sharmila Pixy Ferris.- Writing Electronically: The Effects of Computers on Traditional Writing (A)

published at: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=jep;view=text;rgn=main;idno=3336451.0008.104

 

WEEK 08 Monday, March 30.3 The novel after 1950: “Angry Young Men”

Amis, Wain, Sillitoe, Waterhouse, LeCarré

1) Sir Kingsley William Amis, (16 April 1922 – 22 October 1995), Kingsley Amis, a) Paris Review – The Art of Fiction 59; b) The Amis Inheritance, by Charles McGrath, NYT, April 2, 2007; c) Portraits of K.A. + family. d) Lucky Jim, YouTube, 1957, b/w, 1:31:31.; Take a Girl Like You, BBC, TV series, los 17 capítulos.

2) John Barrington Wain (14 March 1925 – 24 May 1994) John Wain, a) Obituary J.W: in the Independent, 25.5.1994; b)  Obituary of J.W: in the New York Times, 26.5.1994; c) Hurry on Down, an analysis by Dr. K.Kumar. d)

3) Alan Sillitoe (4 March 1928 – 25 April 2010) Alan Sillitoe, a) Obituary A.S.; The Guardian, 25.4.2010; b) A.S. angry young writer, a profile. c) A.S. His own Man, The Guardian, 1.5.2010.

4) Keith Spencer Waterhouse (6 February 1929 – 4 September 2009), Keith Waterhouse, a) In Conversation with K.W., BBC – Archive; b) Key Scenes of “Billy Liar”, Tom Courtenay + Julie Christie, 1963. c) Whistle Down The Wind (Alan Bates) in Bryan Forbes film, 1961. d) Obituary, The Telegraph, 04.09.2009.

5) David John Moore Cornwell (born 19 October 1931) John LeCarré, a) Interview with JlC, BBC – Archive; b) Master Spy Storyteller: John Le Carré, August 26, 2005, npr; c) Exclusive: British Novelist John le Carré on the Iraq War, Corporate Power, the Exploitation of Africa and His New Novel, “Our Kind of Traitor”, Democracy Now, 11.10.2010.
d) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy: JlC on Riters / Company, + trailer, December 17, 2011

 

Tuesday March 31.03

1st Paper due, & print out of index page &

on-line publication of Case Study.

& In-class examination 25 Q

 

Eastern Vacation

 

WEEK 09 Tuesday April 14.4. práctica 07

07 Deena Larsen. – Fundamentals: Rhetorical Devices for Electronic Literature ( I )

(obligatorios 3 -a,b y c-, pero recomiendo leerlos todos)

a) A Plea for Connections: Links convey meaning http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/links.html

b) This Sentence is False: Contradiction in multiple voices http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/opposing.html

c) Words and Meaning: A controversial glossary of terms http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/glossary.html

published at: http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/

WEEK 10 Monday April 20.04. Contemporary Writers

Fowles, Sharpe, Bradbury, Lodge, Barnes, McEwan, Amis

1) John Robert Fowles (31 March 1926 – 5 November 2005) John Fowles, a) The Official J.F. website, b) Featured Author: J.F., from the Archive of The New York Times, c) An Interview with J.F., The Guardian, 12.11.2013, d) John Fowles interview with Don Swaim, September 12, 1985, (36 min. 09 sec.); e) Preliminary Inventory of J.F. Materials at the Harry Ransom Centre, UT, f) Obituary at BBC, 07.11.2005.  YouTube:

 

2) Thomas Ridley Sharpe (30 March 1928 – 6 June 2013) Tom Sharpe, a) Obituary at BBC, 06.06.201, b) "Why Tom Sharpe left Cambridge for Catalonia". Expatica. October 2004, c) Mourby, Adrian (21 February 1997). "Death of the Dons Quixote". Times higher Education (London: TSL Education Ltd.), d) Ashley, Leonard R. N. (March 1996). Steven H. Gale, ed. Encyclopedia of British Humorists. Routledge. p. 954., e) Bigbsy, Chris. "Adapting Blott on the Landscape – exceprt from lecture/discussion". MalcolmBradbury.com. YouTube.com: Wilt- The Complete Film (1990) Dedicated to Mel Smith (1952-2013); Entrevista de Mercè Cuartiella a Tom Sharpe. Programa ISBN, Canal Nord, 2004. 43:31 en catalá, Interview. Why Tom Sharpe left Cambridge for Catalonia 13/10/2004 00:00

3) Sir Malcolm Stanley Bradbury, (7 September 1932 – 27 November 2000)  Malcolm Bradbury, a) Obituary en The Guardian, 27.11.2000; b) BBC News Archive, 28.11.2000, c) Essays on Malcolm Bradbury en Lidia Vianu, d) Official M.B. website.com, d) M.B. The novelist and Television Drama writer.

4) David John Lodge, (born 28 January 1935)  David Lodge, a) http://www.theguardian.com/books/davidlodge, David Lodge’s account of the first half of his life is steeped in anxiety. b) Interview with David Lodge by: Raymond H. Thompson. c) Whisky out of Teacups by Stefan Collini, reviews. d) A biography.

Julian Patrick Barnes (born 19 January 1946), Julian Barnes, OpenUniversity interview Julian Barnes

b) Official website. c) British Council Literature Profile. d) The Sense of an Ending, explained. e) Sense-of-another-ending, The Guardian review. d) Flaubert´s Parrot. Review NYT. e) Julian Barnes's narrator in Flaubert's Parrot. The Guardian.

Ian Russell McEwan, (born 21 June 1948)   Ian McEwan, a) His official website. b) His movies and TV programmes. c) Biography at the Open Encyclopedia. d) BBC interview. 30 min. e) You Tube interview. 34:42 f)  Love works in fiction. Channel Luisiana.

Martin Louis Amis (born 25 August 1949), Martin Amis, Martin Amis WEB, On his Life and Works interview 25:06, On his Turbulent relation with his Father, 27:47 min., The Rachel Papers, Trailer 1:46 min, M.A. about The Rachel Papers, interview 2:08. M.A. BBC Book Club 2001, habla sobre London Fields.

 

Tuesday, April 21.4  práctica 08

08 Moulthrop, Stuart What the Geeks Know: Hypertext and the Problem of Literacy ( A )

published at: http://mural.uv.es/mopasa/essay2

(obsolete=http://iat.ubalt.edu/moulthrop/essays/whatTheGeeks.pdf)

 

WEEK 11 Monday April 27.4 Women authors 1st part

Woolf, Rhys, Bowen, du Manier, Spark, Murdoch, Lessing and Carter.

Adeline Virginia Woolf (nee Stephen; 25 January 1882 – 28 March 1941), Virginia Woolf, VW at the Modernism Lab at Yale, a) The Recorded Voice Of Virginia Woolf, 7:38; b) V.W. Documentary, 29:25 min.; c) The Mind and Times of Virginia Woolf (Part 1 of 3) 9:53; d) If Shakespeare had a sister... Virginia Woolf; 8:43 e) To the Lighthouse 1927,  - 1983 - Kenneth Branagh, Virginia Woolf; f) Orlando, 1928, 1:33:34; g) Mrs Dalloway 1925, 1:33:24, 1997 VOS español; and A Room of One's Own 1929, Woolf and E. M. Forster were members of the Bloomsbury Group.

Jean Rhys (24 August 1890 – 14 May 1979), born Ella Gwendolen Rees Williams, Jean Rhys, a) Jean Rhys bio, with particular reference to her time in Dominica, b) Jean Rees archive, c) Wide Sargasso Sea (1993), Nathaniel Parker.YT, 1:38:24. d) wide sargasso sea, trailer YT 2:02.

Elizabeth Bowen, (7 June 1899 – 22 February 1973)   Elizabeth Bowen, a) The Guardian the best 100 novels, No. 69 The Heat of the day. b) Goodreads. c) NYT A Fan´s Note. d) Headington History: People.

Dame Daphne du Maurier, Lady Browning, (13 May 1907 – 19 April 1989)   Daphne du Maurier, a) Homepage and archive. b) her films with Hitchcock, c) The Birds, Hitchcock´s Presentation. d) Rebecca and how it taught me to love literature, The Guardian, e) The Original Gone Girl. f) DdM on Rebecca.

Dame Muriel Spark, (1 February 1918 – 13 April 2006), Muriel Spark, a) The Official Website of Dame Muriel Spark, b)  IMDb: películas basadas en obras suyas. c) bio. graphy, d) Obituary. The Guardian. e) The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, YT 6:17 letter scene.f) The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie 1969 - Ronald Neame, Maggie Smith, YT 1:56:01.

Dame Iris Murdoch(15 July 1919 – 8 February 1999), a) bio.graphy, "Iris Murdoch." Bio. A&E Television Networks, 2015. Web. 27 Apr. 2015. b) Dame Iris Murdoch, Iris Murdoch On Philosophy and Literature, Section 1, Section 2, ..., Section 5, c) Iris (Judi Dench, Jim Broadbent, Kate Winslet, Richard Eyre, 2001). 1:21. d) I.M. Studies Centre, Kingston University, London. e) The secrets of I.M´s marriage.

Doris May Lessing, (née Tayler; 22 October 1919 – 17 November 2013), Doris Lessing, a) A Retrospective.org, D.L. about the Sufi Way, 23:35 min., b) Useful Idiots, YT, 11:05 min. c) D.L. in The Guardian. d) NYT Obituary. e) Noberprize.org, f) The art of fiction interview, nr.102. g) On D.L and not saying thank you. New Yorker - 20.11.2013 f) D.L winning the Nobel Prize. YT, 2:24. h) Doris Lessing on Walking in the Shade: Volume Two of My Autobiography, 1949 to 1962 (1997) YT 53:52. i) Doris Lessing - The Reluctant Heroine, documentary, BBC, YT 1:00:37.

Angela Carter (7 May 1940 – 16 February 1992)  Angela Carter, a) Angela Carter website, b) European Graduate School biography de A.C., c) The Modern World. d) Families in Literature. The Guardian. e) A Brief Survey of the short story. The Guardian. f) The Company of Wolves. Trailer YT 4:01.

 

Tuesday April 28.4 práctica 09

09 Kendall, Robert The Birth of Electronic Literature ( A )

published at: http://wordcircuits.com/kendall/essays/pw1.htm

The Electronic Literature Organization (ELO)

Electronic Literature and Its Emerging Forms
Electronic Literature & Its Emerging Forms is an exhibit and open house hosted by the Library of Congress as part of its Electronic Literature Showcase

April 3-5, 2013 Guest Curators: Dene Grigar & Kathi Inman Berens

http://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/kendall__faith/index.htm

"Hyperizons: The Search for Hypertext Fiction" Last update: July, 1997 by Michael Shumate

 

WEEK 12 Monday,  May  04.5. Women authors 2nd part

Weldon, Drabble, Mantel & Atwood.

Fay Weldon, (born 22 September 1931) a) Fay Weldon, b) Official webpage, video 1:49 c) Her books. d) British Council page, e) goodreads, her books on-line, f) The Life and Loves of a She Devil, TV n Fay Weldonseries. g) Hilary Mantel and Fay Weldon in conversation at Bath Spa University in 2013, YT 53:01. h) Letters to Alice, YT 8:39 i) "Didacticism in F.W." j) Advice to a Green-Haired Punker. NYT Books, k) ‘Abandon your dignity and write a racy page-turner’. The Independent. 4.3.2015.

Dame Margaret Drabble, Lady Holroyd (born 5 June 1939)  Margaret Drabble, a) The art of Fiction interview, nr.70; b) The Pure Gold Baby. The Guardian, c) The Pure Gold Baby. The Guardian, first review. d) FAN webpage. e) Margaret Drabble: 'It’s sad, but our feud is beyond repair’, 13.7.2011. The Telegraph. f) British Council page.

Hilary Mary Mantel, (née Thompson; born 6 July 1952) Hilary Mantel, a) Hilary Mantel in conversation with Harriet Walter (Full) YT, 1:03:40. b) Hilary Mantel A BBC Culture Show Special.YT 11:19 c) Hilary Mantel's acceptance speech, after winning the Man Booker Prize for Fiction for Thomas Cromwell 2009, YT 2:44. d) Hilary Mantel on Bring Up the Bodies 'opening up the past'. YT 16:05. e) Hilary Mantel interview: 'There isn't a quota system for winning book prizes' YT 12:44.

Margaret Eleanor Atwood, (born November 18, 1939) canadiense   Margaret Atwood, a) Homepage, b) British Council page, c) The Poetry Foundation. d) Luminarium page. e) An interview with M.A. f) PEN club activism. The Power of the Pen.

 

Tuesday May 05.5. práctica 10

10 Susan H. Delagrange. - Wunderkammer, Cornell and the Visual Canon Arrangement ( A )

published at: http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/13.2/topoi/delagrange/index.html

 

WEEK 13 Monday May 11.5. Non-English-born writers; a post-colonial perspective

Naipaul, Said, Rushdie, Kureishi, Ishiguro, Arundhati Roy

V. S. Naipaul (b. 17 August 1932)  V. S. Naipaul, Nobel prize Interview with V.S.N 2001, 36:40 min.,

Edward Wadie Said (1 November 1935 – 25 September 2003)critic Edward Said, Obituary at The Guardian, 26.7.2003.; On Orientalism, 40:31 min; Edward Said Lecture / The Myth of the Clash of Civilzations, 52:04 min.

Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie (born 19 June 1947)  Salman Rushdie, The Official Website, S.R. at John Steward´s The Daily Show, In-depth Interview with Salman Rushdie at www.c-span.org.;News and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times. Salman Rushdie, The Art of Fiction No. 186, Interviewed by Jack Livings

Hanif Kureishi, (born 5 December 1954)  Hanif Kureishi, Página Oficial de H.K., H.K. (1993) reads Budha of Suburbia, 9:41 min. 2008, My Beautiful Laundrette (1985),

Kazuo Ishiguro,  (born 8 November 1954)   Kazuo Ishiguro, Films based on his novels, The Remains of the Day, 1993; The Guardian biography, Salman Rushdie rereading The Remains of the Day.

Suzanna Arundhati Roy (born 24 November 1961)  Arundhati Roy, Interview with A.R., Democracy Now, On USA´s 10th in Irak War, 51:26 min.

Tuesday May 12.5      práctica 11

WEEK 14 Monday May 18.5. New contributions in the XXI century.

Hypertext, interactive literature, blogs, social-media.

E-Literature 1, 2, 3

http://collection.eliterature.org/1/

http://collection.eliterature.org/2/

http://collection.eliterature.org/3/

 

Tueday May 19.5. práctica 12

 

WEEK 15 Monday May 25.5.

New Contributions in the XXI century.

http://dtc-wsuv.org/elit/elit-loc/eduardo-kac/ y especialmente http://www.ekac.org/

http://www.nouspace.net/dene/Webpages/Home.html

http://www.well.com/user/jmalloy/

http://talanmemmott.com/

New contributions in the XXI century. Hypertext, interactive literature, blogs, social-media

Tuesday May 26.5.

2nd Paper due, & print out of index page & on-line publication 2nd Paper

& In-class examination 50 Q

 

 

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Convocatoria examen fin de curso Estudiantes libres

Exams – 1st Conv. (2 sem.)

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Convocatoria examen fin de curso para los Estudiantes libres y/o que no hayan asistido al curso, ni hayan entregado papers, hecho tests, o por cualquier otra razón.

 

 

 

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00 Listado de Textos de “Práctica” para ambos Tests

Artículos a discutir en clase y leer en casa

(procedencia http://www.uv.es/fores/teoriauvp.html)

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01 Nancy Kaplan .- Politexts, Hypertexts, and Other Cultural Formations in the Late Age of Print. ( I ) 2 pages

published at: http://www.ibiblio.org/cmc/mag/1995/mar/kaplan.html

further reading: Nancy Kaplan´s Kitchen at http://iat.ubalt.edu/kaplan/

published at:http://www.stg.brown.edu/resources/stg/monographs/rshe.html

further reading:John Willinsky, Alex Garnett, and Angela Pan Wong, Refurbishing the Camelot of Scholarship: How to Improve the Digital Contribution of the PDF Research Article, Volume 15, Issue 1, Summer 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3998/3336451.0015.102 ( A )

03 John Tolva.– The Heresy of Hypertext: Fear and Anxiety in the Late Age of Print. ( A ) 7 pages

published at: http://www.ascentstage.com/papers/heresy.html

further reading: Sven Birkerts, The Gutenberg Elegies (Boston and Londond: Faber and Faber, 1994) 228.

04 John Lye. – Contemporary Literary Theory  ( A ) 11 pages

published at: http://www.brocku.ca/english/courses/2P70/contemporary_literary_theory.php

05 Jerome McGann. – The Rationale of HyperText  ( A ) 15 pages

published at: http://www2.iath.virginia.edu/public/jjm2f/rationale.html

06 Sharmila Pixy Ferris.- Writing Electronically: The Effects of Computers on Traditional Writing ( A ) 9 pages

published at: http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=jep;view=text;rgn=main;idno=3336451.0008.104

 

Los 6 textos (01 al 06) se incluyen para el 1st Test de 25 Q(uestions),

para el 2nd Test de 50 Q(uestions) entran TODOS los textos de esta lista.

 

07 Deena Larsen. – Fundamentals: Rhetorical Devices for Electronic Literature ( I ) 14 pages

( obligatorios 3 -a,b y c-, pero recomiendo leerlos todos)

a) A Plea for Connections: Links convey meaning http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/links.html

b) This Sentence is False: Contradiction in multiple voices http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/opposing.html

c) Words and Meaning: A controversial glossary of terms http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/glossary.html

published at: http://www.deenalarsen.net/fundamentals/

08 Moulthrop, Stuart What the Geeks Know: Hypertext and the Problem of Literacy ( A ) 9 pages

published at: http://iat.ubalt.edu/moulthrop/essays/whatTheGeeks.pdf

09 Kendall, Robert The Birth of Electronic Literature ( A ) 4 pages

published at: http://wordcircuits.com/kendall/essays/pw1.htm

10 Susan H. Delagrange. - Wunderkammer, Cornell and the Visual Canon Arrangement ( A )

published at: http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/13.2/topoi/delagrange/index.html

to be continued…

TODOS los textos se podrán leer on-line o podréis adquirirlos impresos en la fotocopiadora de la Facultat (2ºpiso).

 

10.1 Basic references

 

10.2 Complementary references

 

- Baldick, Chris The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Literary Terms Oxford Univ. Press, 1990.

- Childs, Peter & Roger Fowler (eds.) The Routledge Dictionary of Literary Terms London & New York: Routledge, 2006.

- Cuddon, J. A. A Dictionary of Literary Terms Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1979.

- Cuddon, J. A. A Dictionary of Literary Terms. John Wiley & Sons, 23/10/1998 - 1024 páginas

- Fowler, R. (ed.) A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms London: Routledge, 1991.

- Fowler, R. (ed.) A Dictionary of Modern Critical Terms London:Routledge, 1987 - 262 páginas

- Guerin, W. L. et al. A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature Oxford Univ. Press, 1992.

- Harmon, William & C. Hugh Holman A Literature Handbook Upper Saddle, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2000.

- Harmon, William & C. Hugh Holman A Handbook to Literature . Macmillan, 1986 - 647 páginas

- Lodge, David Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader London: Longman, 2000.

- Lodge, David Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader London: Pearson Education, 13/02/2008 - 846 páginas

- Selden, Raman et al. A Reader’s Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory. London: Prentice Hall, 1997.

- Wellek, Renè & Austin Warren Theory of Literature New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1956.

- Wellek, Renè & Austin Warren Theory of Literature New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1956 - 374 páginas

- Barthes, Roland ‘Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narrative’ Image, Music, Text Glasgow: Fontana, 1977 (Translated from the French, 1966). Also in S. Onega (1999).

- Barthes, Roland; Lionel Duisit. An Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narrative. in New Literary History, Vol. 6, No. 2, On Narrative and Narratives. (Winter, 1975), pp. 237-272.

- Booth, Wayne C. The Rhetoric of Fiction Chicago Univ. Press, 1961.

- Booth, Wayne C. The Rhetoric of Fiction Chicago. University of Chicago Press, 1983 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 552 pages

- Boulton, Marjorie The Anatomy of the Novel London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1975.

- Boulton, Marjorie The Anatomy of the Novel London: Routledge, 1975 - 189 páginas

- Calderer, Lluís Introducciò a la literatura Barcelona: Teide, 1989.

- Cobley, Paul Narrative. The Critical Idiom. London: Routledge, 2001.

- Cobley, Paul. Narrative. The Critical Idiom. London: Routledge, 2001 - 267 páginas

- Garrido Domínguez, Antonio.El texto narrativo Madrid: Síntesis, 1996.

- Lodge, David The Art of Fiction Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1992.

- Lodge, David The Art of Fiction. Random House, 01/08/2011 - 239 páginas

- Forster, E. M. Aspects of the Novel London: Edward Arnold Ltd., 1969 (1927).

- Friedmann, N. ‘Point of View in Fiction’ PMLA 70 (1965).

- Larson, Ellen. The POV Perplex. An introduction to Friedman’s chapter on POV. Sunday, February 5, 2012

- Niederhoff, Burkhard. Perspective - Point of View, in The Interdisciplinary Center for Narratology (ICN), Hamburg Uni Press, June 2011

- Scholes, R. & R. Kellog The Nature of Narrative Oxford Univ. Press, 1968.

- Scholes, R. & R. Kellog The Nature of Narrative: Revised and Expanded.  Oxford University Press, 2006 - 416 páginas

 

Language in narrative. Stylistics. Explication.

- Fowler, R. Linguistics and the Novel London: Methuen, 1977.

- Fowler, R.  Linguistic Criticism Oxford Univ. Press, 1986.

- Halliday, M. K. ‘Linguistic Function and Literary Style: An Inquiry into William Golding's The Inheritors’ in Chatman, Seymour (ed.) Literary Style: A Symposium Oxford Univ. Press, 1971.

- Kennedy, Chris ‘Systemmic Grammar and Its Use in Literary Analysis’ in Carter, R. (ed.) Discourse, Language and Literature London: Routledge, 1991.

- Kermode, Frank Essays on Fiction: 1971-1982 London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983.

- Leech, G. N. & M. Short Style in Fiction London: Longman, 1981.

- Lodge, D. The Modes of Modern Writing: Metaphor, Metonymy, and the Typology of Modern Literature. London and New York: Arnold, 1977.

- Lodge, D. Working with Structuralism: Essays and Reviews on Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Literature. London and New York: Routledge, 1981.

- Lodge, D. The Language of Fiction London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1976. Rpt. Penguin, 1992.

- In Lodge, D. (ed.) 20h Century Literary Criticism. A Reader London: Longman, 1972.

Watt, Ian ‘The First Paragraph of The Ambassadors

Schorer, Mark ‘Technique as Discovery’

- In Page, Norman (ed.) The Language of Literature: A Casebook London: Macmillan, 1994

Bickerton, Derek ‘The Language of Women in Love

Lee, Vernon ‘The Language of Tess

Page, Norman ‘Forms of Speech in Fiction’

- Sanger, Keith The Language of Fiction London: Routledge, 1998.

- Simpson, Paul Language through Literature London: Routledge, 1997.

- Toolan, Michael J. Narrative: A Critical Linguistic Introduction London: Routledge, 1988.

- Traugott, E. C. & M. L. Pratt Linguistics for Students of Literature. San Diego: Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich, 1980.

- Villanueva, Darío El comentario de textos narrativo Gijón: Júcar, 1989.

- Weber, Jean Jacques (ed.) The Stylistic Reader: From Roman Jakobson to the Present London: Arnold, 1996.

 

On the English novel:

- Hazell, Stephen The English Novel, Developments in Criticism since Henry James: A Casebook. London: Macmillan, 1978.

- James, Henry ‘Preface to The Ambassadors’ in Lodge, D. ed. 20h Century Literary Criticism. A Reader London: Longman, 1972.

- Karl, F. A Reader’s Guide to the Contemporary English Novel New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1962.

- Rees, R. J. ‘The Novel’ in English Literature London: Macmillan, 1973, pp. 106-149.

- Stape, J. H. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Joseph Conrad Cambridge Univ. Press, 1996.

- Williams, Raymond The English Novel from Dickens to Lawrence London: Chatto & Windus, 1973.

- Woolf, Virginia ‘Modern Fiction’ in Lodge, D. (ed.) 20th Century Literary Criticism. A Reader London: Longman, 1972.

- Vinson, James (ed.) Contemporary Novelists New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986.

 

Histories of English Literature

- Baugh, A. C. A Literary History of England London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967.

- Blamires, Harry A Short History of English Literature London: Methuen, 1960.

- Connor, Steven The English Novel in History 1950-1995 London: Routledge, 1996.

- Coote, Stephen The Penguin Short History of English Literature Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1993.

- Daiches, David A Critical History of English Literature London: The Ronald Press, 1968.

- Drabble, Margaret (ed.) The Oxford Companion to English Literature Oxford Univ. Press, 1990.

- Ford, Boris (ed.) The New Pelican Guide to English Literature Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1983.

- Sanders, Andrew The Short Oxford History of English Literature Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.

 

Cultural and Political Approaches:

- Arendt, Hannah Imperialism Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1968.

- Gilbert, Sandra M. & Susan Gubar The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1984 (1979).

- Lee, Alison. Realism and Power: Postmodern British Fiction. London and New York: Routledge, 1990.

- Rich, Adrienne Of Woman Born New York: W. W. Norton, 1995.

- Said, Edward W. The World, the Text, and the Critic Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard Univ. Press. 1983.

- Said, Edward W. Culture and Imperialism New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993.

- Said, Edward W. Freud and the Non-European London: Verso, 2003.

- Showalter, Elaine A Literature of their Own: From Charlotte Brontë to Doris Lessing London: Virago Press, 1982 (1977).

- Wallach Scott, J. Feminism and History Oxford Univ. Press, 1996.

- Warhol, R. R. & D. Price Herndl (eds.) Feminisms: An Anthology of Literary Theory and Criticism New Jersey: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1991.

- Woolf, Virginia A Room of One’s Own Oxford Univ. Press. 1998 (1929).

 

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