Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory Character Descriptions

Peter Barry
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Peter Barry

This person was the author of "Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory."

Cambridge University group

These people are an informal grouping of four influential contributors to development of English literature from its Middle Ages traditions to twentieth-century relevance.

Virginia Woolf

This person made significant contributions to contemporary literary criticism and was an inspiration for the women's movement in the 1960s.

Sigmund Freud

This person was the main proponent and founder of psychoanalysis and was important because his concepts underlie many forms of literary and cultural theory.

Jean Baudrillard

This person was the French postmodernist who developed a theory of four stages that a sign/reality undergoes that he called a simulacrum.

Jacque Lacan

This person was the French psychoanalyst who was expelled from the World Congress because of his controversial ideas, despite their popularity with Parisian intellectuals.

Elaine Showalter

This person was an...

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