Literary Theory: A Very Short Introduction Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What form of criticism believes that the understanding of text is contingent upon reader knowledge and experience? (from Chapter 4, Language, Meaning and Interpretation)

2.

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

3.

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

4.

Poetry has the capability to influence what in its reader, according to Culler? (from Chapter 5, Rhetoric, Poetics, and Poetry)

5.

What literary approach starts with a preconceived notion before offering supporting evidence to payoff that idea? (from Chapter 4, Language, Meaning and Interpretation)

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