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The Politics of Style : Towards a Marxist Poetics

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The Politics of Style : Towards a Marxist Poetics
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The Politics of Style
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Towards a Marxist Poetics
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The Politics of Style : Towards a Marxist Poetics
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The Politics of Style : Towards a Marxist Poetics
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}Acknowledgements -- {u200E}Introduction -- {u200E}Part 1. Marxist Poetics in Context -- {u200E}Chapter 1. Why Marxism and Style? -- {u200E}1. The Concept of Style -- {u200E}2. Epochal Political Conjuncture: Western Marxism and Beyond -- {u200E}3. Intellectual Context: the British Anomaly -- {u200E}4. Internal Debates: Types of Marxist Criticism -- {u200E}Chapter 2. From State Censorship to the Poetry of the Future: Style in the Marxist Tradition -- {u200E}1. An Overview of Marx's Early Writings -- {u200E}2. Style in Aristotle's Rhetoric -- {u200E}3. The Young Marx on Style and Censorship -- {u200E}4. Marx After Buffon and Fichte -- {u200E}5. Style and the Philosophy of History -- {u200E}6. The End of Style? -- {u200E}Chapter 3. Mimesis from Plato to Ricoeur -- {u200E}1. Mimesis in Plato and Aristotle -- {u200E}2. On the Threefold Mimesis -- {u200E}3. Historicising the Threefold Mimesis -- {u200E}3.1. Mimesis1: Prefiguration -- {u200E}3.2. Mimesis2: Configuration -- {u200E}3.3. Mimesis3: Refiguration -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Part 2. Theories of Style in Williams, Eagleton and Jameson -- {u200E}Overture: Patricide -- or, Reformism Versus Revolution -- {u200E}Eagleton Contra Williams -- {u200E}Williams Strikes Back -- {u200E}Chapter 4. Style in Prose Fiction: A Preliminary Definition -- {u200E}1. Style as a Social Relationship -- {u200E}1.1. Abstract Universal Style versus Particular Style -- {u200E}1.2. Prose Settled and Unsettled -- {u200E}1.3. Williams's Theory of Prose: A Balance-Sheet -- {u200E}2. Narratology, Voice and Style -- {u200E}3. A First Definition of Style in Prose Fiction -- {u200E}4. Possible Elaborations -- {u200E}Chapter 5. Raymond Williams: Style between Immanence and Naturalism -- {u200E}1. On Williams and Immanence -- {u200E}1.1. Keywords -- {u200E}1.2. Language as 'Practical Consciousness' -- {u200E}1.3. Forms, Techniques and Technology -- {u200E}1.4. Sociological Perspectivism -- {u200E}2. Williams's Multiple Approaches to the Problem of Style -- {u200E}2.1. Language in Naturalist Drama -- or, the Relation of 'Structure of Feeling' and Style
  • {u200E}2.2. Historical Temporality and Stylistic Inheritance: Against the Ideology of Modernism -- {u200E}2.3. Stylistic Integration -- {u200E}2.4. Transindividual Subjectivity: Style and 'Total Expression' -- {u200E}2.5. Style and Cultural Materialism -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Intermezzo: Style and the Meaning of 'Politics' and 'Culture' -- {u200E}Eagleton Contra Jameson -- {u200E}Jameson's Reply -- {u200E}Chapter 6. Terry Eagleton: The Political Theology of Style -- {u200E}1. The Body as Language -- {u200E}2. Leavis 2.0? -- {u200E}3. The Close Reading of Styles -- {u200E}4. The Problems of Stylistic Ideals -- {u200E}5. Tragic Styles -- {u200E}Chapter 7. Fredric Jameson: Epic Poet of Postmodernity -- {u200E}1. Narrative and Praxis -- {u200E}2. Jameson as Epic Poet of Postmodernity -- {u200E}3. Jameson, the Epic Contemplator? -- {u200E}4. Style and Modernity -- {u200E}4.1. Rhetoric versus Style -- {u200E}4.2. The Extinction of the Narrative Categories of Experience -- {u200E}4.3. Narrative versus Style -- {u200E}4.4. The Utopian Vocation of Style -- {u200E}5. Postmodernity and the End of Style -- {u200E}6. Jameson's Theory of Style: A Balance-Sheet -- {u200E}Coda: New Styles for New Social Relations -- {u200E}Part 3. Style in Marxist Poetics -- {u200E}Chapter 8. A General Marxist Theory of Style -- {u200E}1. Mimesis1 -- {u200E}1.1. Linguistic Situation -- {u200E}1.2. Linguistic Ideology -- {u200E}1.3. Experience -- {u200E}2. Mimesis2 -- {u200E}2.1. Poetic Shaping -- {u200E}2.2. Stylistic Ideology -- {u200E}2.3. Directionality -- {u200E}2.4. Modes, Types, Genres, Forms -- {u200E}2.5. Lyric -- {u200E}2.6. Drama -- {u200E}2.7. The Pain and Joy of Writing -- {u200E}3. Mimesis3 -- {u200E}3.1. Literal Phase: Micro-Structures of Feeling -- {u200E}3.2. Identification Phase: Instance, Idiom, Interpellation -- {u200E}3.3. Formal Phase: From Form to Formation -- {u200E}3.4. Generic Phase: Projects and Modes -- {u200E}3.5. Utopian Phase -- {u200E}4. Poiēsis and Praxis -- {u200E}Conclusion -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Name Index -- {u200E}Subject Index
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