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Structuralism in literature : an introduction / Robert Scholes.


New Haven : Yale University Press, 1974.
ISBN 0300018509, 9780300017502, 0300017502, 9780300018509

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Subjects Literaturwissenschaft.
Structuralism (Literary analysis)
Structuralisme (Analyse littéraire)
Structuralisme (analyse littéraire)
Strukturalismus.
literature.
Description xii, 223 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1974.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 201-216).
Summary For students and teachers of literature.
Contents What Is Structuralism? : Structuralism as a Movement of Mind, Structuralism as a Method -- From Linguistics to Poetics: Linguistic Background, Poetic Theory -- The Simplification of Form: The Simple Forms of Andre Jolles, The Dramatic Situations of Etienne Souriau -- Toward a Structuralist Poetics of Fiction: The Mythographes, The Russian Formalists, Semantics, Logic, and Grammar, Systems and System Builders -- The Structural Analysis of Literary Texts: Tzvetan Todorov's Theory of Reading, The Codes of Roland Barthes, The Figures of Gerard Genette -- The Structuralist Imagination: Romantic and Structuralist Theories of Poetic Language, Ulysses: A Structuralist Perspective, The Vision of Structuralism in Contemporary Fiction.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)897694
(OCoLC)ocm00897694
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WorldCat Identities Scholes, Robert, 1929-
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