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The Resource Reading deconstruction : deconstructive reading, G. Douglas Atkins

Reading deconstruction : deconstructive reading, G. Douglas Atkins

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Reading deconstruction : deconstructive reading
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Reading deconstruction
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deconstructive reading
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G. Douglas Atkins
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Summary
Deconstruction -- a mode of close reading associated with the contemporary philosopher Jacques Derrida and other members of the ""Yale School""--Is the current critical rage, and is likely to remain so for some time. Reading Deconstruction / Deconstructive Reading offers a unique, informed, and badly needed introduction to this important movement, written by one of its most sensitive and lucid practitioners. More than an introduction, this book makes a significant addition to the current debate in critical theory. G. Douglas Atkins first analyzes and explains deconstruction theory and practi
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Reading deconstruction : deconstructive reading, G. Douglas Atkins
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Reading deconstruction : deconstructive reading, G. Douglas Atkins
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130j9tb
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  • Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Part One: Reading Deconstruction; 1. The Sign as a Structure of Difference: Derridean Deconstruction and Some of Its Implications; 2. Dehellenizing Literary Criticism; 3. Reader-Responsibility Criticism: The Recent Work of Geoffrey Hartman; 4. J. Hillis Miller, Deconstruction, and the Recovery of Transcendence; Part Two: Reading Deconstruction Becomes Deconstructive Reading; 5. The Story of Error; Part Three: Deconstructive Reading
  • 6. Reading and/as Swerving: The Quest(ion) of Interpretive Authority in Dryden's Religio Laici7. Allegory of Blindness and Insight: Will and Will-ing in A Tale of a Tub; 8. ""Grac[ing] These Ribalds"": The Play of Difference in Pope's Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot; 9. The Vanity of Human Wishes: A Conclusion in Which Nothing Is Concluded; Notes; Index
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