Literary Theory: An Introduction Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

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)

2.

Who said "there is no cultural document that is not at the same time a record of barbarism"? (from Conclusion, Political Criticism)

3.

Eagleton argues that reading literature in a new critical way was a recipe for what? (from Chapter 1, Rise of the English)

4.

For Eagleton, what are the two ways in which literary theory can have a distinct purpose and identity? (from Conclusion, Political Criticism)

5.

According to Eagleton, Stanley Fish's model excludes the possibility that there is a ______ of interpretations? (from Chapter 2, Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, Reception Theory)

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