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Phenomenology

This system of philosophy promises to reconcile empiricists with subjectivists in order to provide a firm basis on which all other truths can rest upon.

English Literature

This type of literature is the focal point of the first chapter, which the author argues began as a way to affirm upper-class values.

Women's Movement

This crusade aims at creating equal status for women in society.

New American Criticism

This school of thought believes that literature requires no outside resources to analyze and understand.

Structuralist Literary Criticism

This type of criticism focuses on the structure, not content, of literary works.

Post-Structuralism

This is a linguistic, philosophical, and political movement that developed partly because of the failed student revolt in Paris 1968, and seeks to deconstruct and refute all systematic philosophies and belief systems because they perpetuate the hierarchical power structures of industrial capitalism.

Formalism

This school of thought, developed in...

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