Subjectivity

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Psychology Press, 2004 - 144 páginas
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Explores the history of theories of selfhood, from the Classical era to the present, and demonstrates how those theories can be applied in literary and cultural criticism. Donald E. Hall:

* examines all of the major methodologies and theoretical emphases of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, including psychoanalytic criticism, materialism, feminism and queer theory
* applies the theories discussed in detailed readings of literary and cultural texts, from novels and poetry to film and the visual arts
* offers a unique perspective on our current obsession with perfecting our selves
* looks to the future of selfhood given the new identity possibilities arising out of developing technologies.

Examining some of the most exciting issues confronting cultural critics and readers today, Subjectivity is the essential introduction to a fraught but crucial critical term and a challenge to the way we define our selves.

 

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Contenido

The Early Modern Era and Enlightenment
16
The Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
32
The Politics of Identity
78
Postmodernism and the Question of Agency
118
GLOSSARY
131
INDEX
142
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Donald E. Hall is Chair of the Department of English at California State University, Northridge.

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