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An Introduction to Criticism : Literature / Film / Culture
An Introduction to Criticism : Literature / Film / Culture
作者: Ryan, Michael
出版社 : Wiley-Blackwell
出版日期 : 2012/02
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781405182829

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语言 : English

书籍简介
Source: ENG
Place of Publication: Great Britain
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Table of Contents
 
Preface: An Introduction to Critical Analysis      xi
    1 Formalism                                    1  (18)
      Major Texts                                  1  (1)
      Major Ideas                                  1  (2)
      Major Terms                                  3  (2)
      Summary and Discussion                       5  (2)
      Examples of Formalist Critical Analysis      7  (11)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           18 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    2 Structuralism                                19 (13)
      Major Texts                                  19 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  19 (3)
      Major Terms                                  22 (1)
      Summary and Discussion                       23 (2)
      Examples of Structuralist Analysis           25 (6)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           31 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    3 Historical Criticism                         32 (11)
      Major Texts                                  32 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  32 (1)
      Major Terms                                  33 (2)
      Summary and Discussion                       35 (2)
      Examples of Historical Analysis              37 (5)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           42 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    4 Psychoanalysis and Psychology                43 (16)
      Major Texts                                  43 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  43 (2)
      Major Terms                                  45 (3)
      Summary and Discussion                       48 (4)
      Examples of Psychological Analysis           52 (6)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           58 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    5 Marxism and Political Criticism              59 (16)
      Major Texts                                  59 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  59 (4)
      Major Terms                                  63 (1)
      Summary and Discussion                       64 (7)
      Examples of Marxist Analysis                 71 (3)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           74 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    6 Post-Structuralism and Deconstruction        75 (12)
      Major Texts                                  75 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  75 (3)
      Major Terms                                  78 (2)
      Summary and Discussion                       80 (3)
      Examples of Deconstructive Analysis          83 (3)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           86 (1)
      Cultural Texts
    7 Gender Criticism                             87 (22)
      Major Works                                  87 (1)
      Major Ideas                                  87 (2)
      Major Terms                                  89 (2)
      Summary and Discussion                       91 (7)
      Examples of Gender Analysis                  98 (10)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           108(1)
      Cultural Texts
    8 Ethnic, Post-Colonial, and Transnational     109(15)
    Criticism
      Major Texts                                  109(1)
      Major Ideas                                  109(1)
      Major Terms                                  110(1)
      Summary and Discussion                       111(7)
      Examples of Post-Colonial and Ethnic         118(4)
      Analysis
      Things to Look for in Literary and           122(2)
      Cultural Texts
    9 Scientific Criticism                         124(14)
      Major Texts                                  124(1)
      Major Ideas                                  124(2)
      Major Terms                                  126(1)
      Summary and Discussion                       127(3)
      Examples of Scientific Criticism             130(7)
      Things to Look for in Literary and           137(1)
      Cultural Texts
    10 Film Studies                                138(13)
      Major Works                                  138(1)
      Major Ideas                                  138(1)
      Major Terms                                  139(3)
      Summary and Discussion                       142(5)
      Examples of Film Analysis                    147(3)
      Things to Look for in Film Texts             150(1)
    11 Cultural Studies                            151(10)
      Major Texts                                  151(1)
      Major Ideas                                  151(2)
      Major Terms                                  153(1)
      Summary and Discussion                       153(4)
      Examples of Cultural Analysis                157(3)
      Things to Look for in Cultural Texts         160(1)
  Summary: Theory for Beginners                    161(20)
      1 Culture is nature                          161(1)
      2 Words make things                          162(2)
      3 We know what we know                       164(1)
      4 Learn Arabic                               165(1)
      5 Reality is a fabrication                   165(2)
      6 Not all stories are true                   167(2)
      7 Power is belief                            169(1)
      8 You are not who you think you are          170(2)
      9 You have to learn to be yourself           172(1)
      10 Capitalism is bad for you                 172(2)
      11 Effects are sometimes causes              174(1)
      12 Identity is difference --- and is         175(2)
      therefore contingent
      13 We all live in the past                   177(1)
      14 The world is all there is                 178(1)
      15 Nature is culture                         178(3)
Index                                              181
 

An accessible and thorough introduction to literary theory and contemporary critical practice, this book is an essential resource for beginning students of literary criticism. * Covers traditional approaches such as formalism and structuralism, as well as more recent developments in criticism such as evolutionary theory, cognitive studies, ethical criticism, and ecocriticism* Offers explanations of key works and major ideas in literary criticism and suggests key elements to look for in a literary text* Also applies critical approaches to various examples from film studies* Enables students to build a critical framework and write analytically

Contents
PrefaceTexts 1 Major Ideas 1 Major Terms 3 Summary and Discussion 5 Examples of Formalist Critical Analysis 7 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 18 2 Structuralism 19 Major Texts 19 Major Ideas 19 Major Terms 22 Summary and Discussion 23 Examples of Structuralist Analysis 25 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 31 3 Historical Criticism 32 Major Texts 32 Major Ideas 32 Major Terms 33 Summary and Discussion 35 Examples of Historical Analysis 37 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 42 4 Psychoanalysis and Psychology 43 Major Texts 43 Major Ideas 43 Major Terms 45 Summary and Discussion 48 Examples of Psychological Analysis 52 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 58 5 Marxism and Political Criticism 59 Major Texts 59 Major Ideas 59 Major Terms 63 Summary and Discussion 64 Examples of Marxist Analysis 71 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 74 6 Post-Structuralism and Deconstruction 75 Major Texts 75 Major Ideas 75 Major Terms 78 Summary and Discussion 80 Examples of Deconstructive Analysis 83 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 86 7 Gender Criticism 87 Major Works 87 Major Ideas 87 Major Terms 89 Summary and Discussion 91 Examples of Gender Analysis 98 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 108 8 Ethnic, Post-Colonial, and Transnational Criticism 109 Major Texts 109 Major Ideas 109 Major Terms 110 Summary and Discussion 111 Examples of Post-Colonial and Ethnic Analysis 118 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 122 9 Scientific Criticism 124 Major Texts 124 Major Ideas 124 Major Terms 126 Summary and Discussion 127 Examples of Scientific Criticism 130 Things to Look for in Literary and Cultural Texts 137 10 Film Studies 138 Major Works 138 Major Ideas 138 Major Terms 139 Summary and Discussion 142 Examples of Film Analysis 147 Things to Look for in Film Texts 150 11 Cultural Studies 151 Major Texts 151 Major Ideas 151 Major Terms 153 Summary and Discussion 153 Examples of Cultural Analysis 157 Things to Look for in Cultural Texts 160 Summary: Theory for Beginners 161 1 Culture is nature 161 2 Words make things 162 3 We know what we know 164 4 Learn Arabic 165 5 Reality is a fabrication 165 6 Not all stories are true 167 7 Power is belief 169 8 You are not who you think you are 170 9 You have to learn to be yourself 172 10 Capitalism is bad for you 172 11 Effects are sometimes causes 174 12 Identity is difference - and is therefore contingent 175 13 We all live in the past 177 14 The world is all there is 178 15 Nature is culture 178 Index 181and Virilization CHAPTER 59 Adolescent Breast Disorders SECTION XIII: SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES CHAPTER 60 Overview of Sexually Transmitted Diseases CHAPTER 61 Gonorrhea CHAPTER 62 Chlamydia Trachomatis CHAPTER 63 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease CHAPTER 64 Syphilis CHAPTER 65 Herpes Genitalis SECTION XIV: DRUG USE AND ABUSE CHAPTER 68 Adolescent Substance Use and Abuse CHAPTER 69 Alcohol CHAPTER 70 Tobacco CHAPTER 71 Psychoactive Substances of Abuse Used by Adolescents SECTION XV: PSYCHOSOCIAL PROBLEMS AND CONCERNS CHAPTER 75 Common Concerns of Adolescents and Their Parents CHAPTER 76 High-Risk and Delinquent Behavior CHAPTER 77 Youth and Violence CHAPTER 78 Adolescent Depression and Anxiety Disorders CHAPTER 79 Suicide CHAPTER 80 School Problems and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Index 767Conclusions 165 6 Packaging and Integration 167 6.1 Introduction 167 6.2 A WLP Solution for RF-MEMS Devices and Networks 168 6.2.1 Package Fabrication Process 169 6.2.2 Wafer-to-Wafer Bonding Solutions 173 6.3 Encapsulation of RF-MEMS Devices 177 6.3.1 The Issue of Wafer-to-Wafer Alignment 178 6.3.2 Hybrid Packaging Solutions for RF-MEMS Devices 180 6.4 Fabrication Run of Packaged Test Structures 181 6.5 Electromagnetic Characterization of the Package 185 6.5.1 Validation of the S-parameter Simulations of Packaged Test Structures 186 6.5.2 Parameterized S-parameter Simulation of Packaged Test Structures 187 6.6 Influence of Uncompressed ACA on the RF Performance of Capped MEMS Devices 191 6.7 Conclusions 194 7 Postfabrication Modeling and Simulations 195 7.1 Introduction 195 7.2 Electromechanical Simulation of an RF-MEMS Varactor (Dev B2) with Compact Models 196 7.3 RF Modeling of an RF-MEMS Varactor (Dev B2) with a Lumped Element Network 202 7.4 Electromechanical Modeling of an RF-MEMS Series Ohmic Switch (Dev A) with Compact Models 213 7.5 Electromagnetic Modeling and Simulation of an RF-MEMS Impedance-Matching Network (Dev E) for a GSM CMOS Power Amplifier 218 7.5.1 Introduction 219 7.5.2 Electromagnetic Design and Optimization of the RF-MEMS Impedance-Matching Network 219 7.5.3 Deign of a Reconfigurable Class E PA 224 7.5.4 Experimental Results for the Hybrid RF-MEMS/CMOS PA 227 7.6 Electromagnetic Simulation of an RF-MEMS Capacitive Switch (Dev B1) in ANSYS HFSS(t); 229 7.7 Electromagnetic Simulation of a MEMS-Based Reconfigurable RF Power Attenuator (Dev D) in ANSYS HFSS 234 7.8 Conclusions 238 Appendix A Rigid Plate Electromechanical Transducer (Complete Model) 241 A.1 Introduction 241 A.2 Mechanical Model of the Rigid Plate with Four DOFs 242 A.3 Extension of the Mechanical Model of the Rigid Plate to Six DOFs 249 A.3.1 Placement of Nodes along the Edges of a Rigid Plate 253 A.4 Contact Model for Rigid Plates with Four and Six DOFs 255 A.5 Electrostatic Model of the Rigid Plate 258 A.5.1 The Four DOFs Condition 258 A.5.2 Extension to the Case of Six DOFs 262 A.5.3 Curved Electric Field Lines Model 266 A.6 Electrostatic Model of the Plate with Holes 268 A.7 Electrostatic Model of the Fringing Effect 272 A.7.1 Fringing Effect on the Vertical Faces of the Plate 278 A.8 Viscous Damping Model 281 A.8.1 Squeeze-Film Viscous Damping of the Rigid Plate with Holes 281 A.8.2 Viscous Damping Model for Lateral Movements 284 A.8.3 Effect of the Mean Free Path of GasMolecules 285 A.9 Conclusions 286 Appendix B Flexible Straight Beam (Complete Model) 287 B.1 Mechanical Model of the Flexible Beam with Two Degrees of Freedom 287 B.1.1 The Stiffness Matrix 288 B.1.2 The Mass Matrix 290 B.2 Mechanical Model of the Flexible Beam with 12 DOFs 292 B.2.1 The Stiffness Matrix for 12 DOFs 293 B.2.2 The Mass Matrix for 12 DOFs 297 B.3 Complete Mechanical Model of the Euler Beam with 12 DOFs 302 B.4 ElectrostaticModel of the Euler Beamwith 12 DOFs 304 B.4.1 Fringing Effect Model 310 B.5 Viscous Damping Model 312 B.6 Conclusions 315 References 317 Index 331NOTATION ; INVERTED HARMONY: THE V6/5 CHORD ; CLEFS ; ALTO AND TENOR CLEFS ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 11 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENTS 14 (REVIEW) AND 15 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; PART III ADVANCED DIATONIC AND RHYTHMIC MATERIAL ; SCALES ; THE PHRYGIAN MODE ; INTERVALS ; COMPOUND INTERVALS: NINTHS AND TENTHS ; MELODY ; EIGHT-MEASURE MELODIES FOR TRANSCRIPTION, PART 2 ; MORE PRACTICE MELODIES FOR SINGING ; CHORDS ; CHORDS OUT OF CONTEXT: THE MAJOR-MINOR-SEVENTH CHORD (MM7) ; RHYTHM ; MORE PRACTICE WITH COMPOUND AND SIMPLE TIME METERS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMIC TRANSCRIPTION ; HARMONY ; INVERTED DOMINANT-SEVENTH HARMONY: THE V4/2 CHORD ; NON-HARMONIC TONES: UNACCENTED NHTS ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 12 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 16 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; THE LOCRIAN MODE ; INTERVALS ; COMPOUND INTERVALS: PERFECT ELEVENTHS, TWELFTHS, AND FIFTEENTHS ; SINGING ELEVENTHS, TWELFTHS, AND FIFTEENTHS ; MELODY ; EIGHT-MEASURE MELODIES FOR TRANSCRIPTION: SENTENCE STRUCTURE ; SINGING MELODIES: FOCUS ON CADENCES ; CHORDS ; CHORDS OUT OF CONTEXT: THE MINOR-SEVENTH CHORD (MM7) AND THE MAJOR-SEVENTH CHORD (MM7) ; RHYTHM ; BORROWED DIVISION: TRIPLETS IN SIMPLE METER ; MORE PRACTICE WITH SECOND-LEVEL DIVISION IN COMPOUND METER ; HARMONY ; INVERTED DOMINANT-SEVENTH HARMONY: THE V4/3 CHORD ; NON-HARMONIC TONES: ACCENTED NHTS ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 13 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 17 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; MORE PRACTICE WITH SCALES AND MODES ; INTERVALS ; COMPOUND INTERVALS: THIRTEENTHS,FOURTEENTHS AND THE COMPOUND TRITONE ; MELODY ; EIGHT-MEASURE MELODIES FOR TRANSCRIPTION: PERIOD STRUCTURE ; SINGING MELODIES: FOCUS ON STRUCTURE ; CHORDS ; MORE PRACTICE WITH MM7 AND THE MM7 CHORDS ; RHYTHM ; SYNCOPATION FROM SIXTEENTH-NOTES ; SIMPLE METER: TWO-PART RHYTHMIC DICTATION USING TRIPLETS ; HARMONY ; OTHER SEVENTH-CHORDS: I7, IV7, AND II7 (ROOT POSITION ONLY) ; SEQUENCE: THE CIRCLE OF FIFTHS ; ASSIGNMENT 14 ; ASSIGNMENT 14 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 18 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; THE PENTATONIC SCALE ; INTERVALS ; MORE PRACTICE WITH COMPOUND INTERVALS ; MELODY ; MORE MELODIES FOR TRANSCRIPTION AND SINGING ; CHORDS ; HEARING THE UPPER VOICE IN MM7, MM7, AND MM7 ; RHYTHM ; BORROWED DIVISION: DUPLETS IN COMPOUND METERS ; COMPOUND METERS: OTHER DOTTED-RHYTHM CELLS ; HARMONY ; INVERTED PREDOMINANT SEVENTHS: II6/5 AND IIO6/5 ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 15 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 19 AND 20 (REVIEW) ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; THE WHOLE-TONE SCALE ; INTERVALS ; MULTIPLE COMPOUND INTERVALS, PART 1 ; SIMPLE MELODIC AND HARMONIC INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MELODY ; MELODIES WITH CHROMATICISM ; SINGING MELODIES WITH CHROMATICISM ; CHORDS ; CHORDS OUT OF CONTEXT: THE HALF-DIMINISHED-SEVENTH CHORD (DM7 OR O7) ; MM7 CHORDS AS V7: IDENTIFYING THE UPPER VOICE AND THE INVERSION ; RHYTHM ; IRREGULAR METERS : 5/4 AND 7/8 ; HARMONY ; ALL DIATONIC HARMONIES REVIEW ; MODAL MIXTURE ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 16 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 21 (REVIEW) AND 22 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; THE OCTATONIC SCALE ; INTERVALS ; MULTIPLE COMPOUND INTERVALS, PART 2: FURTHER EXERCISES ; MELODY ; MORE PRACTICE WITH HEARING CHROMATICISM IN MELODIES ; MORE PRACTICE WITH SINGING CHROMATICISM IN MELODIES ; CHORDS ; ALL TRIADS: ADDING INNER VOICES ; CHORDS OUT OF CONTEXT: THE FULLY-DIMINISHED-SEVENTH CHORD (DD7 OR O7) ; RHYTHM ; IRREGULAR METER: 8/8 ; BORROWED DIVISION: MORE TUPLETS ; HARMONY ; HEARING VIIO7 AND VIIO7 ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 17 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 23 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; PART IV CHROMATIC AND ATONAL MATERIAL; MORE ADVANCED RHYTHMIC MATERIAL ; SCALES ; THE BLUES SCALE ; INTERVALS ; MELODIC ATONAL INTERVALS IN SERIES ; SINGING MELODIC ATONAL INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MELODY ; MODULATING MELODIES ; SINGING MODULATING MELODIES ; SIMPLE CHROMATICISM IN TWO-PART MELODIES ; CHORDS ; MM7 CHORDS: ADDING UPPER VOICES ; RHYTHM ; CHANGING METERS ; HARMONY ; CHROMATIC HARMONY: THE NEAPOLITAN SIXTH CHORD (BII6) ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 18 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 24 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; NON-TRADITIONAL SCALES ; INTERVALS ; HARMONIC COMPOUND INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MORE PRACTICE WITH MELODIC ATONAL INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MELODY ; MORE MODULATING MELODIES ; MODULATING MELODIES WITH CHROMATICISM ; MORE CHROMATICISM IN TWO-PART MELODIES ; CHORDS ; OTHER SEVENTH CHORDS: ADDING INNER VOICES ; RHYTHM ; MORE PRACTICE WITH TRIPLETS, TUPLETS, AND DUPLETS FURTHER LEVELS OF BEAT DIVISION ; BORROWED DIVISIONS: THE SUBTRIPLET AND THE SUPERTRIPLET ; HARMONY ; CHROMATIC HARMONY: THE AUGMENTED SIXTH CHORDS ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 19 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 25 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; SCALES ; OLIVIER MESSIAEN'S MODES OF LIMITED TRANSPOSITION ; INTERVALS ; MORE PRACTICE WITH HARMONIC COMPOUND INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MORE PRACTICE WITH MELODIC ATONAL INTERVALS IN SERIES ; MELODY ; MELODIES THAT MODULATE TO OTHER KEY AREAS ; MORE CHROMATICISM IN MODULATING MELODIES ; CHORDS ; CHORDS OUT OF CONTEXT: THE DOMINANT-NINTH CHORD (V9) ; SINGING DOMINANT-NINTH ARPEGGIOS ; THE MM7 CHORD ; RHYTHM ; ADVANCED RHYTHM TRANSCRIPTION AND READING ; HARMONY ; V9 IN HARMONIC PROGRESSIONS ; APPLIED DOMINANTS: [V7] AND [V6/5] ; ASSIGNMENTS ; ASSIGNMENT 20 ; ONLINE ASSIGNMENT 26, 27, 28 ; REPERTOIRE ; MELODIES ; DUETS ; RHYTHMS ; TWO-PART RHYTHMS ; APPENDIX I: CURWEN HAND SIGNS ; APPENDIX II: REFERENTIAL MELODIES ; APPENDIX III: RHYTHMIC SHORTHAND ; APPENDIX IV: CHROMATIC VARIANTS OF THE MOVABLE-DO SOLFEGE SYSTEM ; GLOSSARY OF MUSICAL TERMS ; INDEXIndex

 

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