A Hypertext Structuration of Literary Criticism
is the practice (or art) of describing, interpreting and evaluating
text. Several different methods for doing this will be
introduced and discussed as part of the movements which used them.
The ultimate goal of this site is
to create a framework into which the theories
can be placed and the relationship between the theorists can be made apparent.
Semiology or Semiotics
Ferdinand de Saussure
T. S. Eliot
Hans Georg Gadamer
John Crowe Ransom
M.H. Abrams Classification
Credits and other meaningful stuff
P.S. If you are using a non-graphical browser such as LYNX, don't worry,
there is absolutely no difference.
I have decided not to provide links to other resources in literary
theory for two reasons. One, it is always so unreliable, and requires
constant maintenance. Two, it's been done
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