Textual Intervention: Critical and Creative Strategies for Literary Studies

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Psychology Press, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 213 pages
Textual Intervention draws on a combination of discourse analysis, performance techniques, critical theory and creative writing. While engaging with current debates about cultural production and reproduction, it also encourages students to go beyond them and become analysts, critics and writers in their own right. This is a book about reconstruction as well as deconstruction. Its 'user-friendly' organisation and remarkable range make it a stimulating textbook for a wide variety of courses in language, literature and cultural studies.
 

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Contents

PRELUDES
1
SUBJECTS AND AGENTS SELVES AND OTHERS
46
FROM NARRATIVE TO NARRATION AND BEYOND
70
DIALOGUE DISCOURSE AND DRAMATIC INTERVENTION
120
REVIEW OF THEORIES AND PRACTICES
183
Bibliography
203
Index
211
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