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ELLIOT, PATRICIA. "IN THE EYE OF ABJECTION: MARIE CARDINAL'S THE WORDS TO SAY IT." MOSAIC 20 (FALL 1987). REV. VERSION IN ELLIOT, FROM MASTERY TO ANALYSIS: THEORIES OF ...

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    A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF LITERARY THEORY, CRITICISM AND PHILOLOGY

    http://www.unizar.es/departamentos/filologia_inglesa/garciala/bibliography.html

    by José Ángel GARCÍA LANDA

    (University of Zaragoza, Spain)

    OTHER AESTHETIC CATEGORIES

Aesthetic categories: General

    A clef

    Abjection

    Absorption

    Absurd

    Affectation

    Agreeableness

    Ambiguity

    Anamorphosis

    Artifice

    Authenticity

    Autonomy of art

    Badness

    Banality

    Baring the device. See Estrangement Bawdy

    Bathos

    Bliss

    Brevity

    Camp

    Caricature

    Catharsis

    Clichés. See Lit. theory. Specific. Intertextuality. Other intertextual modes.

    Collage

    Combinatory and generative art

    Comedy

    Concealment

    Concreteness

    Continuity

    Contrast

    Cult

    Decorative

    Decorum

    Defamiliarization. See Estrangement. Delicacy, Grace

    Delight

    Detachment

    Details

    Difficulty

    Disharmony

    Disorder

Dissociation of sensibility. See Eliot, T. S.

    Distance

    Distinction Duende

    Eclecticism Ecstasy

    Effrontery

    Elegance

    Emotion

    Emptiness

    Enchantment Enthusiasm

    Epiphanies

    Eroticism

    Escapism

    Evocation

    Excellence

    Exceptional (the)

    Excess

    Exigence

    Exoticism

    Expressiveness Extravagance Extremity

    Fakes

    Familiarity Fancy

    Fantasy

    Fetishism

    Foregrounding Formlessness Fragmentation Grace. See Delicacy Greatness

    Grotesque

    Gusto

    Harmony

    Health

    Hoaxes

    Humanity

    Illusion

    Immanence

    Immediacy

    Immersion

    Impersonality Impossibility Incompleteness Indecency

    Indeterminacy Inexpressiveness

    Inspiration

Interactivity

    Interestingness Intrinsic / Extrinsic Intuition

    Je ne sais quoi

    Joy

    Kitsch

    Length

    Likeness

    Local color

    Macabre

    Marvelous

    Mediation. See Semiotics. Other semiotic categories.

    Melodrama

    Multiplicity

    Mystery

    Naivety

    Nastiness

    Nature / art

    Negative capability Nonsense

    Normality

    Novelty

    Numinous

    Objective correlative Obscenity

    Obscurity

    Organicism

    Parody. See Lit. theory-specific. Intertextuality. Parody. Pastoral. See Genres. Poetry. Poetic subgenres. Pastoral. Particularity

    Pathos

    Permanence

    Personalization Perspective

    Picturesqueness Plasticity

    Poetic justice

    Popular

    Precision

    Prettiness

    Proportion

    Ready-made

    Real characters in fiction

    Realism. See Movements, Periods, Styles. Refinement.

    Regularity

    Reproductions (of art works).

    Rhythm

    Ridicule

    Satire and the Satiric

Scatology

    Selection

    Sensationalism

    Sentimentality

    Simplicity

    Simulacra and simulation

    Sincerity

    Singularity

    Smallness

    Sophistication

    Spirituality

    Stereotypes

    Strangeness

    Subtlety

    Suggestion

    Suggestiveness

    Surprisingness

    Symmetry

    Sympathy

    Transparence

    Truth. See Art. Specific. Art and Truth. Ugliness

    The Uncommon

    Unexpectedness

    Unfashionableness

    Unthinkable

    Uniqueness

    Unity

    Universality

    Unreality

    Vagueness

    Variety

    Vividness

    Vulgarity and Bad Taste

    Weirdness

    Wonder

    Aesthetic categories: General

    Beardsley, Monroe C. "Aesthetic Qualities." In Beardsley, Aesthetics:

    Problems in the Philosophy of Criticism. 2nd ed. Indianapolis:

    Hackett, 1981. Xxviii-xxxii.* Santayana, George. "La mutabilidad de las categorías estéticas." In

    Santayana, La razón en el arte y otros escritos de estética. Ed.

    Ricardo Miguel. Epilogue by Fernando Savater. (Verbum

    Mayor). Madrid: Verbum, 2008. 157-68.*

See also Aesthetic qualities.

A Clef

    Rintoul, M. C. Dictionary of Real People and Places in Fiction.

    London: Routledge, 1993.

Abjection

Elliot, Patricia. "In the Eye of Abjection: Marie Cardinal's The Words

    to Say It." Mosaic 20 (Fall 1987). Rev. version in Elliot, From

    Mastery to Analysis: Theories of Gender in Psychoanalytic

    Feminism. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1991.*

    Kristeva, Julia. Pouvoirs de l'horreur: Essai sur l'abjection. Paris:

    Seuil, 1980. (Points, 1983).*

    _____. Powers of Horror: An Essay on Abjection. Trans. Leon S.

    Roudiez. New York: Columbia UP, 1982.*

    Mulvey-Roberts, Marie. "The Corpse in the Corpus: Frankenstein,

    Rewriting Wollstonecraft and the Abject." In Mary Shelley's

    Fictions. Ed. Michael Eberle-Sinatra. Houndmills: Macmillan;

    New York: St Martin's, 2000. 197-210.*

    Parkin-Gounelas, Ruth. Psychoanalysis and Literature: Theories and

    Texts. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000. (Hysteria, abjection,

    melancholy, femininity, death, the subject). Zamorano Rueda, Ana. "Our Radical Strangeness and the Space in

    Between: Intertextuality and Abjection." In European Intertexts:

    Women's Writing in English in a European Context. Ed. Patsy

    Stoneman and Ana María Sánchez Arce, with Angela Leighton.

    (European Connections Series, 13) Oxford, Frankfurt, New

    York: Peter Lang. 2005. 127-148.

Literature

Wilde. The Picture of Dorian Gray. In The Portable Oscar Wilde. Ed.

    Richard Aldington and Stanley Weintraub. Harmondsworth:

    Penguin, 1981. 138-391.*

Films

    Fight Club. Dir. David Fincher. Cast: Brad Pitt, Edward Norton,

    Helena Bonham Carter, Meat Loaf, Jared Leto. USA, 1999.* Kafka. Metamorphosis. MANY EDITIONS.

Absorption

See also Immersion.

Affectation

Baselga Ramírez, Mariano. Concepto estético de lo cursi. Ed. José

    Luis Calvo Carilla. Zaragoza: Diputación de Zaragoza /

    Institución "Fernando El Católico" (C.S.I.C.), 2004.* (Written

    1890s; unpublished until 2004).

    Johnson, Samuel. "Affectation." The Rambler (20). 1750-2. London:

    Dent; New York: Dutton, 1953.*

Agreeableness

    Johnson, J. A., J. Carroll, J. Gottschall and D. Kruger. "Portrayal of

    Personality in Victorian Novels Reflects Modern Research

    Findings but Amplifies the Significance of Agreeableness."

    Journal of Research in Personality (2010).

     doi: 10.1016/j.jrp.2010.11.011

Ambiguity

Empson, William. Seven Types of Ambiguity. London: Chatto and

    Windus, 1930.

    _____. Seven Types of Ambiguity. Rev. ed. London: Chatto and

    Windus, 1947. New York: New Directions, 1947. _____. Seven Types of Ambiguity. London: Chatto & Windus, 1953. _____. Seven Types of Ambiguity: A Study of Its Effects on English

    Verse. London: Chatto & Windus, 1963.

    _____. Seven Types of Ambiguity. London: Hogarth, 1984.*

    _____. Seven Types of Ambiguity. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1961.

    _____. "Ambiguity of the Fourth Type." From Seven Types of

    Ambiguity. Rpt. in The Critical Spectrum. Ed. Gerald Jay

    Goldberg and Nancy Marmer Goldberg. Englewood Cliffs (NJ):

    Prentice-Hall, 1962. 92-108.*

    _____. "Ambiguity in Keats's Ode on Melancholy." 1930. Select. in

    The Language of Literature. Ed. Norman Page. London:

    Macmillan, 1984. 152-55.*

    Kaplan, Abraham. "Esthetic Ambiguity." Philosophy and

    Phenomenological Research 8 (1948): 415-35.

Anamorphosis

Baltrusaitis, Jurgis. Anamorphoses, ou perspectives curieuses. Paris:

    Olivier Perrin, 1955.

    _____. Anamorphoses, ou magie artificielle des effets merveilleux.

    Paris: Perrin, 1969.

    _____. Anamorphic Art. Trans. W. J. Strachan. New York: Abrams,

    1977.

    Clark, Stuart. Vanities of the Eye: Vision in Early Modern European

    Culture. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2007.* (Agrippa, Anamorphosis,

    Apparitions, Aristotle, Bacon, Giambattista Della Porta,

    Descartes, Eyes, Joseph Glanvill, Hobbes, Images, Imagination,

    Magic, Melancholy, Marin Mersenne, Montaigne, Optics,

    Paradoxes, Perspective, Vision, Witchcraft). Leeman, Fred. Hidden Images. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1976.

    (Painting).

    Leeman, Fred, Joost Elffers, and Michael Schuyt. Anamorphoses:

    Games of Perception and Illusion in Art. New York: Abrams,

    1976.

Internet resources

    Virtual Street Reality. (On Julian Beever, anamorphic street painter).

     http://rense.com/general67/street.htm

     2006-02-11

Artifice

Gargano, Antonio. "Bécquer entre naturaleza y artificio (lectura de la

    Rima XXIX)." In Gargano, La sombra de la teoría: ensayos de

    literatura hispánica del CID a CIEN AÑOS DE SOLEDAD.

    Salamanca: Ediciones U de Salamanca, 2007. 201-14.* Stevenson, Robert Louis. "A Humble Remonstrance." Longman's

    Magazine (December 1884). (Novel; Henry James;

    Characterisation; Emotion; Mimesis; Artifice) _____. "A Humble Remonstrance." In The Writer's Art: By Those Who

    Have Practiced It. Ed. Rollo Walter Brown. Cambridge (MA):

    Harvard UP, 1921. 232-46.

    _____. "A Humble Remonstrance." In Victorian Criticism of the Novel.

    Ed. Edwin M. Eigner and George J. Worth. Cambridge:

    Cambridge UP, 1985. 213-22.*

See also Illusion; Technique.

Authenticity

    Berman, Marshall. The Politics of Authenticity: Radical Individualism

    and the Emergence of Modern Society. New York: Athenaeum;

    London: George Allen and Unwin, 1970.

    Crew, S. R., and J. E. Sims. "Locating Authenticity: Fragments of

    Dialogue." In Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of

    Museum Display. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution

    Press, 1991.

    Derrida, Jacques. La Vérité en Peinture. Paris: Flammarion, 1978.*

    _____. The Truth in Painting. Trans. Geoff Bennington and Ian

    McLeod. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1987.

    Docherty, Thomas. On Modern Authority: The Theory and Condition

    of Writing, 1500 to the Present Day. Brighton: Harvester; New

    York: St. Martin's, 1987.*

    Griffiths, Gareth. "The Myth of Authenticity." In The Post-Colonial

    Studies Reader. Ed. Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen

    Tiffin. London: Routledge, 1995. 237-41.* Ochs, Elinor, and Lisa Capps. "Narrative Authenticity." Journal of

    Narrative and Life History 7 (1997): 83-89.

    Trilling, Lionel. Sincerity and Authenticity. Cambridge (MA): Harvard

    UP, 1972.

Literature

Madden, Deirdre. Authenticity. Novel. 2002.

Autonomy of art

    Hohendahl, Peter Uwe. "Autonomy of Art: Looking Back at Adorno's

    Aesthetische Theorie." In Hohendahl, Reappraisals: Shifting

    Alignments in Postwar Critical Theory. Ithaca: Cornell UP,

    1991. 75-98.*

Awareness

de Botton, Alain. "How to Open Your Eyes." In de Botton, How

    Proust can Change Your Life. London: Picador, 1997. 1998.

    145-72.*

Badness

Bayard, Pierre. Comment améliorer les oeuvres ratées? (Paradoxe).

    Paris: Minuit, 2000.*

    Boland, Eavan. "The Wrong Way." In Strong Words: Modern Poets on

    Modern Poetry. Ed. W. N. Herbert and Matthew Hollis. Tarset

    (Northumberland): Bloodaxe Books, 2000. 215-18.* Brooks, Cleanth. "The Pernicious Effects of Bad Art." Et Veritas

    (1949).

    Charney, Maurice, ed. 'Bad' Shakespeare: Revaluations of the

    Shakespeare Canon. Rutherford: Fairleigh Dickinson UP;

    London: Associated UPs, 1988.

    Davydov, Sergej. "Poshlost'." In The Garland Companion to Vladimir

    Nabokov. Ed. Vladimir Alexandrov. New York: Garland, 1995.

    628-33.*

    Hughes, Langston. "How to Be a Bad Writer." In Strong Words:

    Modern Poets on Modern Poetry. Ed. W. N. Herbert and

    Matthew Hollis. Tarset (Northumberland): Bloodaxe Books,

    2000. 127-28.*

    Pope, Alexander. PERI BATHOUS or, The Art of Sinking in Poetry. In

    Pope, Miscellanies. 1727.

    _____. Peri Bathous. In Selected Prose of Alexander Pope 170-212.

    Moreno Hernández, Carlos. Literatura y cursilería. Valladolid:

    Universidad de Valladolid, 1996.

    Richards, I. A. Principles of Literary Criticism. 1924.

    _____. Principles of Literary Criticism. New York: Harcourt, 1959. _____. Principles of Literary Criticism. London: Routledge, 1967.* Richardson, Brian. "Bad Joyce: Anti-Aesthetic Practices in Ulysses."

    Hypermedia Joyce Studies 7.1 (Feb. 2006):

     http://www.geocities.com/hypermedia.joyce

     2008-02-20

    Wilde, Oscar. "Hay que leer o no leer." Essay. In Wilde, Obras

    Completas. Ed. and trans. Julio Gómez de la Serna. Madrid:

    Aguilar, 1943. 1986. 1124-25.*

Banality

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