1. What year did Terry Eagleton's "Literary Theory: An Introduction" first appear?
2. According to Eagleton, what does his book try to demonstrate about a body of literary theory?
That there is no body of literary theory that springs from or is applicable to literature alone.
3. According to Eagleton, the approaches outlined in his book have implications where?
Well beyond literature.
4. According to Eagleton, "Literary Theory: An Introduction" has managed to reach readers beyond __________.
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