Literary Theory: An Introduction Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

Why do feminists embrace the work of Jacques Lacan, despite the fact that he was contemptuous of the women's movement? (from Chapter 5, Psychoanalysis)

2.

Eagleton argues that for Stanley Fish, what a text "does" to us is a matter of what we do to what? (from Chapter 2, Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Reception Theory)

3.

For E.D. Hirsch, the aim of "policing" an author's meaning is to what, according to Eagleton? (from Chapter 2, Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Reception Theory)

4.

According to Eagleton, what is the oldest form of literary criticism? (from Conclusion, Political Criticism)

5.

According to Eagleton, structuralism has proved that there is nothing _____ about codes. (from Chapter 3, Structuralism and Semiotics)

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