Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction Character Descriptions

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Jacques Derrida

This French philosopher helped develop the idea of the individual self.

Michel Foucault

This French intellectual historian wrote "The History of Sexuality."

Richard Rorty

This philosopher suggested that Goethe and Emerson had created a mixed genre of literature.

Aristotle

This philosopher believed rhetoric to be the art of persuasion.

Nancy Armstrong

This American critic believed that characters in 18th century literature influenced the development of the modern individual.

Louis Althusser

This French Marxist theorist created the concept of interpellation.

Ferdinand de Saussure

This Swiss linguist created work important to contemporary theory.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

This French writer helped develop the idea of the individual self.

Jacques Lacan

This French psychoanalyst was a strong believer in the idea of the mirror stage.

J. L. Austin

This British philosopher created the concept of performative utterances.

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