Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


What is no longer demanded of cultural scholars? (from Chapter 3, Literature and Cultural Studies)


According to Chapter 6, what is the purpose of withholding information from a reader? (from Chapter 6, Narrative)


In relationship to the "I" what does Culler suggest is a constant debate? (from Chapter 8, Identity, Identification, and the Subject)


What form of narration tells a story from an "I" point of view? (from Chapter 6, Narrative)


According to Ferdinand de Saussure, the elements of language become unique based on their _________. (from Chapter 4, Language, Meaning and Interpretation)

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