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This ninth volume in The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism presents a wide-ranging survey of developments in literary criticism and theory during the last century. Drawing on the combined expertise of a large team of specialist scholars, it offers an authoritative account of the various movements of thought that have made the late twentieth century such a richly productive period in the history of criticism. The aim has been to cover developments which have had greatest impact on the academic study of literature, along with background chapters that place those movements in a broader, intellectual, national and socio-cultural perspective. In comparison with Volumes Seven and Eight, also devoted to twentieth-century developments, there is marked emphasis on the rethinking of historical and philosophical approaches, which have emerged, especially during the past two decades, as among the most challenging areas of debate.

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‘Exploring both the highways and many of the byways of historically-inflected modes of criticism, this volume is an invaluable guide to the manifold ways in which literature was understood during the twentieth century in its interaction with social, cultural, and political contexts. It spans French, German, Italian, and Spanish criticism in addition to that of the English-speaking world, and constitutes a readable introduction to these diverse traditions as well as an extremely useful reference tool.’

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'… the most successful contributions to this volume … bypass the familiar divisions of twentieth-century criticism into autonomous schools of thought, choosing instead to reveal their historical or philosophical foundations. … What emerges throughout the volume is a concern with the borders (national, institutional, disciplinary) of criticism.'

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  • 1 - Historicism and historical criticism
    pp 15-30
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.003
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    Historicism has recently presented itself as an innovatory approach in Anglo-American criticism. Historicism ties criticism indissolubly to questions of philosophy and historiography. Historicist criticism, though, interposes another plane of interpretation which takes as its subject those present prejudices by which such historical critics decide that something is indeed historically relevant. The Romantics were the masters of hermeneutics, although as a critical practice hermeneutics goes back to the Reformation idea that the interpretation of the scriptures is a source of revelation. For Michel Foucault literature of the past can allow the critic to detach power from the hegemonic forms in which the exercise of power is legitimate or acceptable in her own society, and learn to see power shockingly in the raw. Postcolonial criticism merges with the problem of providing a coherent picture of multi-culturalism. New notions of integrity and selfhood need to arise beyond the purview of a critique of colonial prejudice and a championing of opposition to it.
  • 2 - Literary criticism and the history of ideas
    pp 31-42
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.004
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    The concept of the 'history of ideas' is associated with the work and legacy of a single person, the American philosopher Arthur O. Lovejoy. Literature, ideas and their possible historical interrelation are, however, problems of very wide interest and import for twentieth-century literary studies. The remarkable erudition and sustained analytic and narrative power of Lovejoy's The Great Chain of Being make it one of the enduring works of twentieth century intellectual history, but this extraordinary achievement does not exhaust its interest for literary criticism and literary history. Literary history cannot be solved by tropology, for tropology dissolves history. The idea of literary study after a history of exemplary philosophic, historical and literary achievements, after Hegel, after the history of ideas, after Leo Spitzer, Ernst Robert Curtius, Erich Auerbach and Paul de Man, is the non-historical, nonnarrative, non-idealist, that is to say, properly tropological and material study of the exemplarity of language that we call literature.
  • 3 - Cultural materialism
    pp 43-58
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.005
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    Cultural materialism as an intellectual orientation had already been in existence long before Raymond Williams' explicit description of its practices and procedures in 1980. Williams' own contribution to developments and refinements within a British context from the late 1950s onwards extended a preoccupation with the relationship between 'literary' and non-literary textual production within the purview of a class politics that was latent in the work of the Scrutiny school, but remained undeveloped there. It was left to Richard Hoggart, Williams and, later, Terry Eagleton to extend this materialist concern with the manifest forms of cultural production. The English Renaissance offered a well-documented but very selectively narrativised account of the interaction of all of the social and cultural forces that led up to the English Revolution of 1642-60, and the subsequent birth of the 'modern' era. More recently cultural materialist work has extended into the arena of gender politics and queer theory.
  • 4 - New historicism
    pp 59-70
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.006
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    New historicism emerged in the early 1980s as a turn to history in literary studies after the formalisms of New Criticism, structuralism and deconstruction. In the shadow of Coleridge and Romantic literary theory, early twentieth-century critics regarded Shakespeare's genius as transcending mere contingencies of early modern-politics. New historicism seeks out different, occasionally surprising, conjunctures of historical and literary vocabulary as they render power visible and enable marginal voices to emerge. Although new historicists borrow freely from diverse works in cultural history, Marxism, psychoanalysis, theories of language and semiotics, the two key influences behind this approach to literature are the French historian of discourse Michel Foucault and the American anthropologist Clifford Geertz. The phrase 'a poetics of culture' appears mid-way through the introduction to Renaissance Self-Fashioning, after Stephen Greenblatt has cited Geertz as major influences for this 'more anthropological criticism'. Feminists have criticised new historicism for its reluctance to draw gender distinctions, and hence sought to widen the terms of debate.
  • 5 - Fascist politics and literary criticism
    pp 71-86
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.007
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    This chapter discusses the origins and significance of fascist elements in twentieth-century criticism and aesthetics. It offers an analysis of theories of art expressive of, or simply receptive to, fascist ideology, taking the Belgian national context as a case study in the growth, diffusion and cultural resonance of fascist ideas. The reference to Walter Benjamin's 1936 characterisation of fascism as an 'aestheticization of politics' has become a ritual obligation for enquiries into the relation between fascism and art. The suggestion that fascism's investment in aesthetics is far from being a mere quirk in the course of culture finds support in the numerous studies of prominent authors whose work has been compromised in varying degrees by their embraces of, or brushes with, versions of fascism. Fascist literary criticism programmatically identifies the ordinary lives in the realism it favours as fascist figurae in a mimeticomythical design whose commitment to simplicity and unity must appear incommensurable with Erich Auerbach's conception of a simple solution.
  • 6 - Marxism and literary criticism
    pp 87-98
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.008
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    In his most celebrated statement of literary theory, Marx contrasted the productive forces and the relations of production, which together formed the 'real foundation' of social life, with 'the legal and political superstructure' developing from that base. The Marxist theory of history rather conceived society as a complexus whose understanding took priority over that of its component parts. This argument influenced Trotsky and anticipated Lukács' philosophical recasting of Marxism in History and Class Consciousness. Modernism in any case represented a major test of the Marxist approach to art and literature. The most intellectually distinguished response to postmodernism is a quite unabashedly Marxist experiment in totalisation. Every society has a 'structure in dominance', a set of hierarchical relationships in which one practice has primacy over the others. The economy plays its ultimately determining role by selecting whichever practice is dominant. Economic causality thus operates indirectly, through the structure in dominance, rather than as a direct influence on the superstructure.
  • 7 - Marxism and poststructuralism
    pp 99-108
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.009
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    The intention of Marxism as a political project is to restore to workers control over what they produce so that the benefits accrue to them and not to a class of owners. That step is impeded by force as well as by what Marx calls 'ideology'. Structuralist Marxist critics are concerned with the placement of literature within social structures whose determining role cannot be effaced by literary ideology. The formal surface and thematic conclusions of a work, which for schools of criticism might be the end-points of literary criticism, are the starting point for structuralist analysis, which seeks to go beyond surface appearances and to grasp the underlying structural and structuring principle that gives rise to the work. Marxists have not always been comforable with the new ways of thinking about literature, culture and society offered by poststructuralism. Yet poststructuralism can be seen as a continuation of the project initiated by Marx interested in the building of a human community.
  • 8 - Adorno and the early Frankfurt School
    pp 109-120
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.010
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    Marx's own social and economic theories were developed in order to provide a more adequate account of twentieth-century capitalism than that provided by orthodox Marxism. The social structures with which Leo Lowenthal is most concerned of the economic base, and their manifestation in class conflict. In order to account for the link between social structures and art Lowenthal turns to psychoanalytic theory. The dominant value of aesthetic autonomy is articulated through an understanding of works of art as monadic wholes that strive for consistency and self-justification. The modernism to which Wiesengrund Adorno subscribes is thereby forced to become self-conscious regarding its failure and social responsibility. Crucially, the programme of the Frankfurt School, articulated by Max Horkheimer in the early 1930s, remained a modernist programme and thus one of Enlightenment. Adorno remains true to this programme by convicting all involved in it of their failure. The problem for Adorno is always one of too little Enlightenment, not too much.
  • 9 - The ‘German–French’ debate: critical theory, hermeneutics and deconstruction
    pp 121-132
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.011
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    The Student Movement concentrated on ideas in the Marxist tradition, including the Frankfurt School, which had been suppressed in the Nazi period and neglected in the immediate post-war years. One of the effects of the failure in both France and Germany of the more radical hopes of the Student Movement was to create space for the sceptical style of thought characteristic of poststructuralism, which continues to influence debates over literary theory, social theory and philosophy throughout the western world. Significantly, the main theoretical frameworks of the recent debates have relied upon a re-examination of ideas from the Kantian and post-Kantian period in Germany, which initiated what Habermas terms the 'philosophical discourse of modernity'. Jürgen Habermas' Georg Gadamer-influenced revisions of critical theory aim to show that the intersubjective nature of communicative action invalidates descriptions of modernity couched solely in terms of the dominance of subjectivity, and so obviates the need for a radical critique of rationality.
  • 10 - Post-war Italian intellectual culture: from Marxism to cultural studies
    pp 133-142
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.012
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    Post-war Italian intellectual culture can be analysed by way of three distinct yet overlapping phases. The first period, 1944-1968, is characterised by a drive by intellectuals to establish Marxism as the dominant critical theory. The second period, 1968-1986, was marked by a massive production of cultural knowledge from within the Marxist paradigm. The third period, 1986-1999, witnessed a dismantling of the Marxist project to the extent that positions derived from French postmodernism gradually displaced Marxism altogether. While classical Marxism provided Italy's radical movements of the late sixties with analytical tools with which to study the rise of capitalism in the west. Moreover, analyses of post-World War Two societies suggested that a new service economy had increasingly displaced an industrial capitalism. Thus strategies for change would have to be anchored in theories which reflected the changing nature of the economy and society. The critical theory of the Frankfurt School, structuralism and critical semiotics all offered a basis for developing such theories.
  • 11 - Mikhail Bakhtin: historical becoming in language, literature and culture
    pp 143-154
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.013
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    From roughly the middle of the 1930s until his death in 1975, Mikhail Bakhtin argued that the European novel was the purest cultural embodiment of the historical becoming, and that, consequently, the theory of the novel was an act of supreme historical self-consciousness. According to Bakhtin, there was an ineluctable split in our experience of culture: 'an inner experience and mental whole can be concretely experienced, can be inwardly perceived, that is, either as my experience or as the experience of this definite singular other person. Language was given form in the sense that it became something which 'not only represents, but is itself represented', and it was represented in the form of what Bakhtin called 'socio-ideological languages'. Bakhtin therefore effectively reinterpreted a whole series of stylistic effects: irony, parody, the stylisation of languages, the use of inserted genres and unreliable narrators, the Russian philosophical traditions of oral narration known as skaz.
  • 12 - Cultural studies
    pp 155-164
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.014
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    Since the 1960s, the discipline of cultural studies has taken root throughout the English-speaking world and beyond. The culture and civilisation tradition of literary history and criticism which developed in the wake of Matthew Arnold's writing was liberal-humanist in character. Leavisite criticism relied on a process of canon formation in which certain texts came to be defined as 'great' and others as inferior and, therefore, less worthy of serious study. A significant influence on the development of cultural studies and its relation to canonical literature was a concern with class. Whereas the culture and civilisation tradition saw literature's role as transcending and even resolving class conflict, other approaches, in particular Marxism, privileged the study of the relationship between culture and the reproduction of class relations in capitalist societies. In the post-war period, adult education played an important role in the development of cultural studies, and was the arena in which first attempts were made to extend the canon.
  • 13 - Literature and the institutional context in Britain
    pp 165-172
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.015
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    Exploring the relationship between literary criticism, English as an academic discipline, and the university during the course of the twentieth century, this chapter argues that demands made on the university by the state have had an influence on the conception of literary criticism. The endeavour to establish economics as university discipline occurs at the same time as that to establish English. Despite the differences between the two subjects, they figured as a means of achieving social unity and they can both be understood as strategies designed to counter the revival of socialist politics at the turn of the twentieth century. As a result, English able to condemn sucessfully the reductive effects of industrialism was considerably weakened. English literature embodied cultural tradition and imparted a sense of significance to life which was otherwise missing from modern existence. The extension of higher education was part of the post-war settlement built around the welfare state with its promise to open up British society.
  • 14 - Literary criticism and psychoanalytic positions
    pp 173-190
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.016
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    Storytelling is the obvious link between psychoanalysis and literature. Text-based in its methods, psychoanalysis shares with literature the poiesis of images and expressions, the poetics of their arrangement, the grammar of narratives, but also a theory of interpretation. This chapter overviews position of psychoanalysis that have influenced literary theories. It presents the seminal texts these positions have produced, but also their own strategies of text production, and ultimately the relation of psychoanalytic positions to textuality itself. Melanie Klein's theories have their starting point in the maternal body. Klein's move can be seen as a rejection of both masculine views of infantile psychological development and the restricted role allocated to women in the maleoriented theories of Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung. Yet Klein refuses to create an idealised alternative model. Jacques Lacan locates the origin of the frustrated desire for identification in the so called 'Mirror Stage', Lacan's story of the infant's enthusiastic response to its mirror image.
  • 15 - The history of feminist criticism
    pp 191-206
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.017
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    This chapter examines the development of feminist criticism in the twentieth century. It begins with a review of early twentieth-century first-wave feminism and then provides a detailed account of second-wave feminism, illustrating different critiques of observed instances of women's oppression. The campaigns of the nineteenth-century women's movements provoked a wide public resonance of feminist ideas in most western countries. The most important objective of second-wave feminism was a detailed analysis of 'difference' in its daily guise in the public and private spheres. American feminists vigorously denounced Freud, believing in the political power of the women's movement. By contrast, French feminists were strongly involved in the heady political, chiefly Maoist, climate which in 1968 led the intellectuals to proclaim a revolution without sufficient followers. Studies which built upon Simone de Beauvoir's pioneering claim that sexuality and reproduction were the reasons for women's oppression treated women's fertility both as a symbolic and a material corner stone in a male-dominated society.
  • 16 - Feminism and deconstruction
    pp 207-216
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.018
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    Feminism and deconstruction have influenced literary criticism by rethinking the terms of sexual difference, identity politics and ethics. Emphasising indeterminacy, the openness of interpretation and the importance of difference, their alliance has given rise to powerful interrogations of representations of women across a range of literary fields. The radicality of questioning the sex/gender divide leads on to a rethinking of the opposition between language and materiality. Jacques Derrida begins this work by attempting to denaturalise the rhetoric of the female body. Concentrating on the hymen and the process of invagination as graphic entities, he argues against assigning any natural or essential femininity to them. The hymen has no proper meaning, belongs to no woman in particular; invagination and the hymen exist outside the discourse of biology. By undermining ontological readings of the category of women and providing serious challenges to descriptivist accounts of women's identity, deconstructionist feminism argues that women are a political not a metaphysical category.
  • 17 - Gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender criticism
    pp 217-234
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.019
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    The political ferment of the Gay Liberation Front and the Women's Liberation Movement encouraged lesbian and gay intellectuals to devise critiques of how and why western cultures violently proscribed same-sex desires. In 1990 Queer Nation arose from the pro-active campaigning of the "AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power". This movement reclaimed the word "queer", a term that had been used in the past to shame homosexual men and women. In the polemical context of queer thought, two sexual constituencies grew increasingly vocal in their criticism of the ways in which lesbians and gay men had for at least two decades insisted that homosexual political identities provided a privileged site of resistance to an oppressive heterosexual and patriarchal society. This chapter explores some of the landmark works of cultural, literary and political criticism that emerged as the terms gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer and transgender in turn came to represent significant moments in struggles to liberate dissident sexual communities.
  • 18 - Post-colonial theory
    pp 235-248
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.020
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    Post-colonial theory or post-colonialism can be said to have been inaugurated with the publication of Edward Said's Orientalism in 1978. This seminal work heralded a revolution in the field of literary studies. It shows how no form of intellectual or cultural activity is innocent of power hierarchies, highlighting the collusion between literary representation and colonial power. Homi Bhabha's description of post-colonial subject formation draws both coloniser and colonised into a close relationship, and deconstructs the binaries that Said's earlier study had exemplified. The new colonial subjectivity that emerges then becomes a strange amalgam, a hybrid, born out of mimicry of colonial forms. Gayatri Spivak's engagement with the post-colonial project is important for the ways that it draws in the figure of the woman as the silenced other of colonialism. Post-colonial studies are institutionally housed in departments of English literature. In fact their association has added a fresh dimension to the deconstruction and widening of the scope of English literature.
  • 19 - African American literary history and criticism
    pp 249-264
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.021
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    This chapter presents a critical reflection on the process of writing an African American literary history and demonstrates the self-conscious engagement of this literature with dominant interpretative values, conventions and paradigms. It introduces a number of key literary and critical texts, against the changing background of racism in America, and highlights issues and themes that have preoccupied authors and critics in their attempts to create and define the nature of a writing that talks back and talks black. The Civil War led to the abolition of slavery but despite the initial promise of Reconstruction failed to achieve equality for African Americans and did little to change their image in the public mind. Major influence on African American writing was the Black Arts movement which began in the mid-sixties and was closely allied to Black Power. The Black Arts movement has been criticised for essentialising blackness and presenting a masculinist view of black America.
  • 20 - Anthropological criticism
    pp 265-274
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.022
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    Anthropological criticism refers, broadly speaking, to a form of criticism that situates the making, dissemination and reception of literature within the conventions and cultural practices of human societies. Anthropological criticism came into sharp prominence during the early years of the twentieth century. Though modernism is generally presented as a new departure, a response to the changing social, political and economic conditions of the nineteenth and early twentieth century, the anthropological motif links it to much earlier articulations of the creative and critical mind. The modernist tenet that literary criticism is a specialised, professional activity was more often preached than practiced. In terms of twentieth-century critical methodologies, one of Frye's greatest achievements lies in his steady resistance to the insidious lure of New Criticism with its promise of a safe, technically proficient literary method. The Enlightenment had posited a claim for a centred, stable subject, purposive, rational and expressive relationships between people and a stable epistemological framework.
  • 21 - Modernism, modernity, modernisation
    pp 275-288
  • https://doi.org/10.1017/CHOL9780521300148.023
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    Literary scholars have most often viewed modernism as part of a reaction to both historical changes in the social order and aesthetic imperatives inherited from the nineteenth century. Jürgen Habermas has developed two aspects of modernity originating in the philosophical atmosphere of German idealism, one that is ultimately Kantian, which deals with the real tendencies of modernity, and another Hegelian, which captures the way in which the problems of modernity are reflected and solved in thought. Both Marxists and modernisation theorists of the post-war era regarded economic factors as the sole driving force in the rise of modern societies, but today commentators consider the economy to be only one of the contributing factors. The modernisation process has also led theorists of modernism to reflect on the relationship of art to its material conditions of production. Two opposing views, represented by Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno, emerge as alternative ways to rupture the constraints of a capitalist social order.

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