Updated: June 28, 1999
Pennsylvania College of  Technology Dr. Ed Vavra
Assoc. Prof. of Rhetoric

Bibliographies Section

Literary Theory and Criticism

Abrams, M. H. ed. Literature and Belief. (English Institute essays," 1957) NY: Columbia UP, 1958 (S=J.Miles, 164)

_____ . The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition. NY: Oxford UP, 1953. (S=J.Miles, 164) [HR]

Adams, Robert Martin. Strains of Discord, Studies in Literary Openness. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP. 1958. (S=J.Miles, 164)

Alter, Robert. Partial Magic: The Novel as a Self-Conscious Genre. Berkeley: U. of Cal Press, 1975. [R, N7]

Atkins, J.W.H. English Literary Criticism: The Medieval Phase. Cambridge, Egl.: The University Press, 1943. (S=J.Miles, 164)

_____ . English Literary Criticism: The Renaissance. London: Methuen, 1957. (S=J.Miles, 164)

_____ . English Literary Criticism: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. London: Methuen, 1951. (S=J.Miles, 164)

Auerbach, Erich. Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature. NY: Doubleday Anchor. 1957. [HR; Traces the roots of Western Literature from their origins in two contrasting cultures -- the ancient Greeks and Hebrews. This is a real mind expander.]

Babbitt, Irving. The New Laokoon: An Essay on the Confusion of the Arts. Boston: Hougfhton Mifflin, 1910. (S=J.Miles, 164)

Barthes, Roland. Critique et verite. Paris: Seuil, 1966. [H, R, N7]

_____ . Essais Critiques. Paris: Editions de Seuil, 1964. [R, N7]

_____ . Le Plaisir du Texte. Paris: Seuil, 1973. [R, N7]

    Barthes, Roland

    Davidson, Hugh M. "The Critical Position of Roland Barthes" in Criticism: Speculative & Analytical Essays. ed. L.S. Dembo. Madison, WI: 1968. 93-102. [R, N7]

Barzun, Jacques. Classic, Romantic and Modern. NY: Doubleday Anchor. 1943, 1961. [HR]

_____ . Romanticism and the Modern Ego. Boston: Little, Brown, 1943. (S=J.Miles, 167)

Bate, Walter Jackson. From Classic to Romantic: Premises of Taste in Eighteenth Century England. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard UP, 1946. (S=J.Miles, 167)

Bateson, F.W. English Poetry and the English Language: An Experiment in Literary History. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1934.  (S=J.Miles, 167)

Battestin, Martin C. The Providence of Wit: Aspects of Form in Augustan Literature & the Arts. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 1974. [R, N7]

Beardsley, Monroe. Aesthetics: Problems in the Philosophy of Criticism. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1958. (S=J.Miles, 167)

Berenson, Bernard. Aesthetics and History. NY: Doubleday, 1959.  (S=J.Miles, 168)

Bergson, Henri. The Two Sources of Morality and Religion. NY: Doubleday, 1955. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Berlin, Isaiah.  Historical Inevitability. London: Oxford UP, 1954. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Berlyne, D.E. Conflict, Arousal, and Curiosity. NY: McGraw Hill, 1960. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Bewley, Marius. The Complex Fate. London: Chatto & Windus. 1952. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Blackmur, R.P. The Double Agent: Essays in Craft and Elucidation. NY: Arrow Editions, 1935. (S=J.Miles, 168)

_____ . The Expense of Greatness. NY: Arrow Editions. 1940. (S=J.Miles, 168)

_____ . Form and Value in Modern Poetry. Garden City: Doubleday. 1957. (S=J.Miles, 168)

_____ . Language as Gesture: Essays in Poetry. NY: Harcourt, Brace , 1952. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Blanchot, Maurice. L'Espace Litteraire. Paris: Gallimard. 1955. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Blanshard, Brand. On Philosophical Style. Manchester, Eng.: Manchester UP, 1954. (S=J.Miles, 168)

Bodkin, Maud. Archetypal Patterns in Poetry: Psychological Studies of Imagination. London: Oxford UP, 1934. (S=J.Miles, 169)

_____ . Studies of Type-Images in Poetry, Religion, and Philosophy. London: Oxford UP, 1951.  (S=J.Miles, 169)

Booth, Wayne C. Critical Understanding: The Powers & Limits of Pluralism. Chicago: U of Chicago Press, 1979. [R, N7]

_____. The Rhetoric of Fiction. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961. [HR; a major book]

Bosanquet, Bernard. History of Aesthetics. 2nd ed. London: Allen & Unwin, 1904. (S=J.Miles, 169)

Boulding, Kenneth E. The Image: Knowledge in Life and Society. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1956. (S=J.Miles, 169)

Boulton, Marjorie. The Anatomy of Prose. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1954. (S=J.Miles, 169)

Bradbury, Malcolm. "Towards a Poetics of Fiction. 1) An Approach through Structure" Novel, Fall, 1967. 1:1. 45-52. [HX, R, N7]

Bram, Joseph. Language and Society. NY: Doubleday. 1955. (S=J.Miles, 169)

Bray, J.W. A History of English Critical Terms. Boston, 1898. (S=J.Miles, 169)

Brenton, T.R. An Essay on Poetics. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1932. (S=J.Miles, 170)

Brooks, Cleanth. Modern Poetry and Tradition. Chapel Hill: Univ. of NC Press. 1939. (S=J.Miles, 170)

_____ ., and Robert Penn Warren. Understanding Poetry: An Anthology for College Students. NY: Henry Holt, 1938. (S=J.Miles, 170)

_____. The Well Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry. NY; HBJ, Harvest Book. 1947. [HR]

Brower, Reuben. The Fields of Light. London: Oxford UP, 1951. (S=J.Miles, 170)

Brown, Merle. Neo-Idealistic Aesthetics. Detroit: Wayne State UP. 1965. (S=J.Miles, 170)

Bundy, Murray Wright. The Theory of Imagination in Classical and Medieval Thought. "University of Illinois Studies in Language and Literature," Vol. XII. Urbana: Univ. of Illinois Press. 1927. (S=J.Miles, 171)

Bush, Douglas. Mythology and the Romantic Tradition in English Poetry. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard UP, 1927. (S=J.Miles, 171)

Caudwell, Christopher. Illusion and Reality: A Study of the Sources of Poetry. London: Lawrence and Wishart. 1937. (S=J.Miles, 172)

Chadwick, Hector Munro, and N. Kershaw. The Growth of Literature. Cambridge, Eng: The University Press, 1932-1940.  (S=J.Miles, 172)

Chandler, Albert. Beauty and Human Nature. NY: D. Appleton, 1934. (S=J.Miles, 172)

Cohen, Ralph. ed. New Directions in Literary History. Baltimore: John Hopkins UP, 1974. [R, N7]

Colum, Mary M. From These Roots: The Ideas That Have Made Modern Literature. NY: Charles scribner's Sons. 1937.  (S=J.Miles, 173)

Corti, Maria. Metodi e fantasmi. Milano: Feltranelli, 1969. [R, N7]

Crane, Ronald S. "The Concept of Plot and the Plot of Tom Jones," in Critics and Criticism, ed. R.S. Crane. Abridged edition. Chicago: Phoenix Books, 1957. 62-93. [H, R, N7]

_____ . ed. Critics and Criticism, Ancient and Modern. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1952.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

_____ . The Languages of Criticism and the Structure of Poetry. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto Press. 1953.  (S=J.Miles, 174) [R, N7]

Croce, Benedetto. Logic as the Science of the Prose Concept. Trans. Douglas Ainslie. NY: Macmillan, 1917.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

Culler, Jonathan. Structuralist Poetics: Structuralism, Linguistics and the Study of Literature. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1975. [R, N7]

Curtius, Ernst Robert. European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages. Trans. Willard Trask. Bollingen Series, Vol. XXXVI.  NY: Pantheon, 1953.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

Daiches, David. The Place of Meaning in Poetry. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd. 1935.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

_____ . Poetry in the Modern World: England 1900-1939. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press. 1940.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

_____ . A Study of Literature: For Readers and Critics. NY: Norton, 1948, 1964. [R, N7]

Dallas, E. S. The Gay Scioence. London. 1866.  (S=J.Miles, 174)

Daniels, Earl. The Art of Reading Poetry. NY: Farrar & Rinehart, 1941.  (S=J.Miles, 175)

Danziger, Marlies K & W. Stacy Johnson. An Introduction to Literary Criticism. Boston: D.C. Heath, 1961. [R, N7]

Davidson, Hugh M. Audience, Words, and Art: Studies in Seventeenth-Century French Rhetoric. Columbus: Ohio State Univ. 1965.  (S=J.Miles, 175)

Davie, Donald. Poetics. Warsaw: Naukowe. 1961.  (S=J.Miles, 175)

Davies, H. S., Hugh Sykes, and George Watson, eds. The English Mind. Cambridge, Eng.: The University Press. 1964.  (S=J.Miles, 175)

De George, Richard T. & M. Ferdinand. eds. The Structuralists: From Marx to Levi-Strauss. Garden City, NY: Anchor, 1972. [R, N7]

de Man, Paul. Blindness & Insight. NY: Oxford UP, 1971. [R, N7]

Deutsch, Babette. This Modern Poetry. NY: W.W. Norton, 1935. (S=J.Miles, 175)

Donohue, James John. Ancient Classifications of Literature. Dubuque, IA.: Loras Collefe Press. 1943.  (S=J.Miles, 176)

Downey, June E. Creative Imagination: Studies in the Psychology of Literature. London: Kegan Paul. 1929. (S=J.Miles, 176)

Drew, Elizabeth. Directions in Modern Poetry. NY: W.W. Norton, 1940. (S=J.Miles, 176)

_____ . Discovering Poetry. NY: W.W. Norton, 1953. (S=J.Miles, 176)

Dudley, Louise and Austin Faricy. The Humanities: Applied Aesthetics. NY: McGraw-Hill, 1940. (S=J.Miles, 176)

Duncan, Hugh Dalziel. An Annotated Bibliography on the Sociology of Literature. Chicago, 1947. (S=J.Miles, 177)

_____ . Communication and Social Order. NY, 1962. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Durham, W.H. ed. Critical Essays, 1700-1725. New Haven: Yale UP, 1925. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Eagleton, Terry. Marxism and Literary Criticism. Berkeley: U of Cal Press, 1976. [R, N7]

Earle, John. English Prose. NY: G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1891. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Eastman, Max. Enjoyment of Poetry with Other Essays in Aesthetics. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1939. (S=J.Miles, 177)

_____ . The Literary Mind: Its Place in an Age of Science. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1932. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Ehrlich, Victor. Russian Formalism. The Hague: Mouton, 1955. (S=J.Miles, 177) [H,R, N7]

Eikhenbaum, Boris M. "Literary Environment," in Readings in Russian Poetics. ed. Ladislav Matejka & Krystyna Pomorska. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971. 56-66. [R, N7]

Eliade, Mircea, The Myth of the Eternal Return, or Cosmos and History, trans. Willard R. Trask, Bollingen series 46. Princeton UP, 1954.[S=Chopin, Awakening, 272]

Eliot, T.S. "The Borderline of Prose." New Statesman, IX (1917), 157-519. [sic] (S=J.Miles, 177)

_____. The Use of Poetry and the Use of Criticism: Studies in the Relation of Criticism to Poetry in England. "Norton Lectures," 1932-1933. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1933. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Elliott, Robert C. The Power of Satire, Magic, Ritual, Art. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1960. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Ellis, A. Williams. An Anatomy of Poetry. NY: Macmillan, 1922. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Empson, William. Seven Types of Ambiguity. London: Chatto & Windus. 1930 (S=J.Miles, 177) [R, N7]

_____ . Some Versions of Pastoral. London: Chatto & Windus, 1935. (S=J.Miles, 177)

_____ . The Structure of Complex Words. London: Chatto & Windus. 1951. (S=J.Miles, 177)

Evans, Joan. Pattern: A Study of Ornament in Western Europe from 1180 to 1900. Oxford:: The Clarendon Press, 1931. (S=J.Miles, 178)

Faris, Nabile Armin., ed. The Arab Heritage. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1944. (S=J.Miles, 178)

Finney, Gretchen. The Musical Background for English Literature. Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers UP, 1962. [S= Miles, Josephine, Style, 178]

Fletcher, Angus. Allegory. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1964. [S= J. Miles, Style, 178]

Foakes, R.A. The Romantic Assertion: A Study in the Language of Nineteenth-Century Poetry. London: Methuen, 1958. [S= J. Miles, Style, 178]


    Pomorska, Krystina. Russian Formalist Theory and its Poetic Ambiance. The Hague: Mouton, 1968. [R, N7]

    Scholes, Robert. "The Contributions of Formalism and Structuralism to the Theory of Fiction," Novel. Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter 73). 134-151. [HX, R, N7]

    Thompson, Ewa M. Russian Formalism and Anglo-American New Criticism. The Hague: Mouton, 1971. [R, N7]

Forster, E.M. Aspects of the Novel. NY: HBJ, Harvest Books. 1954. [HR]

Foucault, Michel, The Order of Things: An archeology of the Human Sciences. NY: Vintage, 1973. [S=Chopin, Awakening, 287]

Faber, M.D. The Design Within: Psychoanalytic Approaches to Shakespeare. NY: Science House, 1970. [R, N7 -- a good introduction to psychoanalytical criticism.]

Hoffman, Frederick. J. Freudianism and the Literary Mind. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 1945. [S= Miles, J. Style, 183]

Friedrich, Carl J. "The Baroque Age," Horizon, II, No. 6 (July, 1960), 33-64. [S= J. Miles, Style, 179]

Friedrich, Paul. The Meaning of Aphrodite. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1978. .[S=Chopin, Awakening, 280]

Frye, Northrop. Anatomy of Criticism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1957. [R, N7]

_____. Fables of Identity: Studies in Poetic Mythology. NY: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 1963 [PR 503 .F7] [R This is a fascinating, but difficult book.]

_____ . ed. Sound and Poetry. "English Institute Essays," 1956. NY: Columbia UP, 1957. [S= J. Miles, Style, 179]

Furst, Lilian R. Romanticism. London: Methuen. 1976. [R, N7]

Gardiner, Patrick. The Nature of Historical Explanation. London: Oxford UP, 1961. [R, N7]

Gardner, Martin. The Ambidextrous Universe. NY: Basic Books, 1964.[S=Miles, J. Style, 179]

Garvin, Paul. ed. & trans. A Prague School Reader on Esthetics, Literary Structure, and Style. Washington, D.C.: Washington Linguistics Club, 1955. [R, N7]

George, Albert Joseph. The Development of French Romanticism: The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Literature. Syracuse Univ. Press, 1955. [H, R, N7 4+]

Gibson, Walter. Poems in the Making. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1963.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 180.]

Gilbert, Katherine E. and Helmut Kuhn. A History of Aesthetics. NY: Mosher, 1939.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 180.]

Girard, Rene. Mensonge romantique et verite romanesque. Paris: Grasset, 1961. [R, N7]

_____ . "To double business bound,": Essays on Literature, Mimesis, and Anthropology. Baltimore: John Hopkins, 1978. [R, N7]

Gleckner, Robert F. & George E. Enscoe. Romanticism: Points of View. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1972. [R, N7]

Goldmann, Lucien. Pour une sociologie du roman. Gallimard, 1964. [R, N7]

Goodman, Paul. The Structure of Literature. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press. 1954. [HR]

Gordon, Kate. Esthetics. NY: Henry Holt, 1927.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 180.]

Graves, Robert. Contemporary Techniques of Poetry: A Political Analogy. London: L. & Virginia Woolf, 1925.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 180.]

_____ . The Reader Over Your Shoulder. NY: Macmillan, 1943.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 180.]

Green, F. C. "Some Observations on Technique and Form in the French Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Novel" in Stil-und Formprobleme in der Literatur, ed. R.W. Zandvoort. Heidelberg, 1959. 208-215. [R, N7]

Gregg, John R. The Language of Taxonomy. NY: Columbia UP, 1954.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 181.]

Grossvogel, David I. Limits of the Novel. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1968. [R, N7]

Grube, G.M.A. The Greek and Roman Critics. London: Methuen, 1965.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 181.]

Guerin, Wilfred L. et al. A Handbook of Critical Approaches to Literature. NY: Harper & Row, 1966. [R, N7]

Guyard, M. F. La Litterature comparee. Paris, 1961. [H, R, N7]

Halperin, John ed. The Theory of the Novel. NY: Oxford UP, 1974. [R, N7]

Halsted, John B. ed. Romanticism: Problems of Definition, Explanation, and Evaluation. Englewood: D.C. Heath, 1965. [R, N7]

Hamburger, Kate. The Logic of Literature. 2nd ed. Trans. Marilynn J. Rose. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1973. [H, R, N7]

Hardison, O.B., Jr., ed. Modern Continental Literary Criticism. NY: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1965.  [S=Miles, J. Style, 182.]

Hardy, Barbara. The Appropriate Form: An Essay on the Novel. London: Athlone Press, 1964. [R, N7]

Harris, R. W. Reason & Nature in the Eighteenth Century. NY: Barnes & Noble. 1969. [R, N7]

Hartman, Geoffrey H. The Fate of Reading and Other Essays. Chicago: U. of Chicago Press, 1975. [R, N7]

_____ . Unmediated Vision, The. New Haven: Yale UP, 1954. [S= Miles, J. Style, 182.]

_____ . Wordsworth's Poetry. Nrw Haven: Yale UP, 1964l. [S= Miles, J. Style, 182.]

Hathaway, Baxter. Age of Criticism, The. Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1962. [S= Miles, J. Style, 182.]

Hawkes, Terrence. Structuralism & Semiotics. Berkeley: U of Cal Press, 1977. [R, N7]

Heller, Erich. The Artist's Journey into the Interior and Other Essays. NY: Harcourt Brace, 1965. [R, N7]

Highet, Gilbert. The Classical Tradition: Greek and Roman Influences on Western Literature. NY: Oxford UP, 1949. [R, N7]

Holland, Norman N. The Dynamics of Literary Response. NY: Oxford UP, 1968. [R, N7 -- interesting]

_____ . Poems in Persons: An Introduction to the Psychoanalysis of Literature. NY: Norton, 1973. [R, N7]

Holloway, John. The Victorian Sage: Studies in Argument. London: Macmillan Co., 1953. [S= Miles, J. Style, 183]

Hough, Graham. The Last Romantics. London: Methuen, 1947 [1961] [R, N7; nice chapter on Yeats, pp. 216-262]

Hutchens, Eleanor N. "Towards a Poetics of Fiction: 5) The Novel as Chronomorph" Novel. 5:3 (Spring 72) 215-225. [R, N7]

Hyman, Stanley E. The Armed Vision. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1948. [R, N7 a nice survey of literary critics]

_____ . The Tangled Bank: Darwin, Marx, Frazer, and Freud as Imaginative Writers. NY: Atheneum, 1962. [S= Miles, J. Style, 185]

Ingarden, Roman. The Literary Work of Art. Trans. George G. Graborvicz. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1973. [R, N7]

Jakobson, Roman. "The Dominant," in Readings in Russian Poetics, ed. Ladislav Matejka & Krystyna Pomorska. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971. 82-91. [R, N7]

_____ . "Linguistics & Poetics" in Richard T. Fernandi & M. De George, eds. The Structuralists: From Marx to Levi-Straus. Garden City, NY: Anchor, 1972. 85-123. [R, N7]

Jamison, Fredric. The Prison-House of Language. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1972. [R, N7]

Kermode, Frank. "Novel, History and Type" Novel 1:3 (Spring, 68) 231-238. [R, N7]

Knight, Everett. A Theory of the Classical Novel. NY: Barnes & Noble, 1970. [R, N7]

Kristeva, Julia. Powers of Horror: An Essay in Abjection. Trans. Leon S. Roudiez. NY: Columbia UP, 1982.  [S=Chopin, Awakening, 290]

_____. Le Texte du roman. The Hague: Mouton, 1970. [R, N7]

Langer, Suzanne K. Problems of Art. NY: Scribners, 1957. [H, R, N7]

Lewis, C.S. The Allegory of Love. London: Oxford UP, 1938. [R, N7]

Lubbock, Percy. The Craft of Fiction. NY: Viking Press, 1957. [R, N7]

Lukacs, Georg. Realism in Our Time. Trans. John & Necke Mander. NY: Harper Torchbooks. 1964. [R, N7]

_____ . Studies in European Realism. Trans. Edith Bone. London: Hillway, 1950. [R, N7]

_____ . The Theory of the Novel. Trans. Anna Bostock. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971. [H, R, N7]

    Lichtheim, George. George Lukacs. NY`: The Viking Press, 1970. [R, N7]
Macksey, Richard & Eugenio Donato. eds. The Structuralist Controversey: The Language of Criticism and the Science of Man. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1970. [R, N7]

Macy, John. The Story of the World's Literature. NY: Boni & Livrright [?]. 1925. [R, N7; skipable]

Miller, Stuart. The Picaresque Novel. Cleveland, 1967. [R, N7]

Muir, Edwin. The Structure of the Novel. NY: Harcourt, Brace, 1929. [R, N7]

Murray, John Middleton. The Problem of Style. London: Oxford UP, 1922. [R, N7]

Ogden, C.K. and I.A. Richards. The Meaning of Meaning. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1960. [H, R, N7]

Peyre, Henri. What Is Romanticism? Trans. Roda Roberts. Univ. of Alabama?, 1977 [R, N7]

Piper, William B. The Heroic Couplet. Cleveland: Press of Case Western Reserve Univ., 1969. [R, N7]

Potter, George Reuben. The Idea of Evolution in the English Poets from 1744 to 1832, Doctoral Dissertation (unpublished), Harvard University. [S=Eiseley, 355 -- I'd love to get my hands on this.]

Pouillon, Jean. Temps et roman. Gallimard, 1946. [R, N7]

Poulet, Georges. Studies in Human Time. Trans. Elliott Coleman. NY: Harper Torchbooks. 1956. [R, N7]

_____ . The Metamorphoses of the Circle. Trans. Early Dawson & Elliott T. Coleman. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1966.

Praz, Mario. Mnemosyne: The Parallel between Literature & the Visual Arts. Princeton UP: Bollinger Series, 1970. [R, N7]

Priestly, J. B. Literature & Western Man. NY: Harper & Bros, 1960. [R, N7]

Prince, Gerald. A Grammar of Stories: An Introduction. The Hague: Mouton, 1973.

Propp, A. IA. Morfologiia skazki. 2nd ed. Moskva: Nauka, 1969. [R, N7]

Robbe-Grillet, Alain. Pour un nouveau roman. Gallimard, 1963. [H, R, N7]

Rogers, Katharine M. The Troublesome Helpmate: A History of Misogyny in Literature. Seattle: University of Washington Press. 1966 [PN56 .W6 R6] [R, N7 -- a fascinating, and well-documented account]

Rougemont, Denis de. Love in the Western World. Trans. Montgomery Belgion. Greenwich: Fawcett, 1956. [H, R, N7]

Sacks, Sheldon. Fiction and the Shape of Belief. Berkeley: U. of Cal Press, 1967. [R, N7]

Sarraute, Nathalie. The Age of Suspicion. Trans. Maria Joles. NY: George Braziller, 1963. [R, N7]

Satin, Joseph. The Humanities Handbook. NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1969. [R, N7]

Schenk, H. G. The Mind of the European Romantics. Garden City: Doubleday Anchor, 1969 [R, N7]

Scholes, Robert, & Robert Kellogg. The Nature of Narrative. London: Oxford UP, 1966. [H,R,N7]

Scholes, Robert "On Realism and Genre" Novel 2:3 (Spr 69), 269-271. [R, N7]

_____ . Structuralism in Literature: An Introduction. New Haven: Yale UP, 1974. [R, N7]

Scott, Nathan A., Jr. Forms of Extremity in the Modern Novel. Richmond, VA: 1965. [R, N7]

_____ . The New Orpheus: Essays Toward a Christian Poetics. NY: Sheed & Ward, 1964. [R, N7]

Scott, Wilbur. Five Approaches of Literary Criticism. NY; Collier. 1962 [HR]

Secretan, Dominique. Classicism. London: Methuen & Co. 1973. [H, RN7]

Segel, Harold B. The Baroque Poem: A Comparative Survey. NY: Dutton, 1974. [R, N7]

Shipley, Joseph. Trends in Literature. N.Y. Philosophical Library, 1949. [R, N7]

Shklovskii, Viktor. Articles in Novyi Lef. Wm. Fink, 1927. [R, N7]

_____ . Gamburgskii Schet. Izdatel'stvo pisateli v Leningrade, 1928. [R, N7]

_____ . Kon Konia. M-Berlin: Gelikon, 1923. [R, N7]

_____ . Mater'yal i stil' v romane L'va Tolstogo "Voina i mir." Federatsiia, 1930. [R, N7]

_____ . O teorii prozy. Moskva: Federatsiia, 1929. [R, N7]

_____ . Rozanov. Opoiaz, 1921; Ann Arbor, 1963. [R, N7]

    Sheldon, Richard R. Viktor Borisovich Shklovskii: Literary Theory & Practice, 1914-1930. Ph.D. dissertation. Univ. of Michigan, 1966. [R, N7]
Shroder, Maurice Z. "The Novel as a Genre," in The Theory of the Novel, ed. Philip Stevick. NY: Free Press, 1967. 13-29. [R, N7]

Slatoff, Walter J. With Respect to Readers. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1970. [R, N7]

Smith, James H. & Edd W. Parks. The Great Critics. 3rd ed. NY: Norton, 1967. [H, R, N7]

Sontag, Susan. Against Interpretation. NY: Delta, 1966. [R, N7]

Spender, Stephen. The Struggle of the Modern. Berkeley: Univ. of California Press. 1963. [HR]

Spitzer, Leo.Linguistics and Literary History: Essays in Stylistics. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 1948, 1970. [HR]

Stevick, Philip, ed. The Theory of the Novel. NY: Free Press, 1967. [R, N7]

Sypher, Wylie. Four Stages of Renaissance Style: Transformations in Art & Literature 1400-1700. Garden City: Doubleday Anchor. 1955. [R, N7]

_____ . Rococo to Cubism in Art & Literature. NY: Random House. 1960. [R, N7]

Todorov, Tzvetan. "Structural Analyses of Narrative." Trans. Arnold Weinstein. Novel 3:1 (Fall 69) 70-76. [R, N7]

Tomashevskii, Boris. Kratkii kurs poetiki. 2nd ed. Chicago: Russian Language Specialties, 1969. (original edition Moskva-L: 1928) [R, N7]

_____ . "Literature and Biography" in Readings in Russian Poetics. ed. Vladislav Matejka & Krystyna Pomorska. Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971. 47-55. [R. N7]

_____ . Teoriia literatury. 4th ed. M-L: Goz Izdat, 1928; Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1971. [R, N7]

Tompkins, Jane P. ed. Reader Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1980. [H, R, N7]

Trilling, Lionel. The Liberal Imagination.Garden City: Doubleday Anchor, 1950 [1940]. [H, R, N7]

Trotsky, Leon. Literature and Revolution. Trans. Rose Strunsky. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1960. [R, N7]

Turner, Paul. "Novels, Ancient and Modern," Novel 2:1 (Fall 68} 15-24. [R, N7]

Tynianov, Iurii. Arkhaisty i novatory. Berlin.: Priboi, 1929 (Ann Arbor, 1962) [R, N7]

_____ . "Dostoevskii i Gogol": K teorii parodii" in O Dostoevskom: stat'i Providence: Brown Univ Slavic Reprint # 4, 1966, 151-196. [H, R, N7]

_____ . "Literaturnyi fakt" in Arkhaisti i novatori. Priboi, 1929 Ann Arbor, 1962. 5-29. [R, N7]

_____ . "The Meaning of the Word in Verse" in Readings in Russian Poetics. ed. Ladislav Matejka & Krystyna Pomorska, Cambridge: MIT Press, 1971. 136-148. [R, N7]

Ulmer, Gregory L. "Sociocriticism" Novel 11:1 (Fall, 77) 70-76. [R, N7 -makes an excellent distinction between "work" and "text."]

Uspensky, Boris. A Poetics of Composition. Berkeley: U of Cal Press, 1973. [R, N7]

Van der Eng, Jan & Mojmir Gaygar. eds. Structure of Texts and Semiotics of Culture. YThe Hague: Mouton. 1973. [R, N7]

Watt, Ian. The Rise of the Novel. Berkeley: U of Cal Press, 1957. [R, N7]

_____ . "Serious Reflections on The Rise of the Novel" Novel 1:3 (Spr 68) 205-218. [R, N7]

Weisstein, Ulrich. Comparative Literature and Literary Theory: Survey and Introduction. Trans. William Riggan. Bloomington: UIndiana UP, 1973. [R, N7]

Welleck, Rene. "The Concept of Realism in Literary Scholarship." in Concepts of Criticism. NY: Yale UP, 1963. [H, R, N7 5]

_____ . Discriminations: Further Concepts of Criticism. New Haven: Yale UP, 1970 [HR]

_____ . A History of Modern Criticism: 1750-1950. 5 vols. New Haven: Yale UP, 1955. [R Vol 1, N7]

_____. & Austein Warren  Theory of Literature.3rd ed. NY: HBJ, 1956. [HR]

West, Rebecca. The Court and the Castle: A recurrent theme in Shakespeare, the English novelists, Proust, and Kafka.  Toronto: Macmillan, 1957. [R, N7] West takes an unusual view of Hamlet -- he is a villain, not a hero, and moves from there through a fascinating exploration of the relationship between man and political authority.

Wilson, Edmund. Axel's Castle: A Study in the Imaginitive Literature of 1870 to 1930. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1959. [H, R, N7]

 _____ . The Wound & the Bow. NY: Oxford UP, 1959. [R, N7]

Zatonskii, D. Iskusstvo romana i XX vek. Moskva: Khudozhestvennaya literatura, 1973. [H, R, N7]

This border is a reproduction of
REMBRANDT van Rijn's
Bathsheba at Her Bath
1654, Oil on canvas, Musee du Louvre, Paris

reproduced from Mark Harden's Artchive
Visit  Mark Harden's Artchive on the WWW.

Click here for the directory of my backgrounds based on art.

[for educational use only]