Objects & Places from Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory

Peter Barry
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Liberal humanism

This is the name of an approach to literary criticism popular in the 1970s and is the catch-all term to describe the absence of any other category of literary criticism that a practitioner applies to a literary text.

London University

This location was the name of the school in the 1960s where the author did his undergraduate work in English literature.

Church of England

This object is the official state church that monopolized English studies taught in universities through the 1820s.

Practical Criticism

This object is the name of a method of literary theory that isolates literary text from the context of history and is a current standard used today.

Structuralism

This object is the name of a literary theory that began in 1950s France. Its underlying proposition is that things cannot be isolated, but can be understood only in the context of larger structures.

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