This presentation serves as an introduction to what literary criticism is and seven different types of literary criticism:Marxist CriticismPsychoanalytical CriticismArchetypal CriticismNew Criticism (Formalism)Reader-responseNew Historicism Gender CriticismEach section defines what that school of thought focuses on and gives examples of what sort of questions a critic might ask of a piece of literature.

Literary Criticism - seven different lenses

This presentation serves as an introduction to what literary criticism is and seven different types of literary criticism: Marxist Criticism Psychoanalytical Criticism Archetypal Criticism New Criticism (Formalism) Reader-response New Historicism Gender

NRK ACADEMY: LITERARY CRITICISM AND THEORY – READER RESPONSE TH...

NRK ACADEMY: LITERARY CRITICISM AND THEORY – READER RESPONSE TH...

What is Reader Response?-- In this video, the instructor discusses reader response criticism. He also talks about paying attention to how the text invites a response.

What is Reader Response?-- In this video, the instructor discusses reader response criticism. He also talks about paying attention to how the text invites a response.

Introduction to Literary Criticism Part One Goals: -define Literary Criticism -define and describe Reader Response Criticism -define and describe Formalism.

Introduction to Literary Criticism Part One Goals: -define Literary Criticism -define and describe Reader Response Criticism -define and describe Formalism.

reader response criticism and resources

reader response criticism and resources

A Critical Self-Assessment and "Application of My Literary Approach: How a Meshed Genetic/Reader Response Criticism Can Be Used on the Works of Truman Capote" (Click Through)

A Critical Self-Assessment and Application of My Literary Approach: How a Meshed Genetic/Reader Response Criticism Can Be Used on the Works of Truman Capote

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Quotes

This is so true for Goethe scholars. Goethe insisted a lot on that some - and apparently the biggest - "secrets" written into his work were "public" and could be understood by "the real readers".

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