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Theory after Theory

Theory After Theory provides an overview of developments in literary theory after 1950. It is intended both as a handbook for readers to learn about theory and an intellectual history of the recent past in literary criticism for those interested in seeing how it fits in with the larger culture. Accessible but rigorous, this book provides a wealth of historical and intellectual context that allows the reader to make sense of the movements in recent literary theory.

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    Preface: Beyond the "Resolved Symbolic"
    Nicholas Birns
    34 pages @ $0.10/page
    $3.40
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    Chapter One: Foucault: Deconstructing Categories
    Nicholas Birns
    36 pages @ $0.10/page
    $3.60
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    Chapter Two: Derrida: Deconstructing Hierarchies
    Nicholas Birns
    47 pages @ $0.10/page
    $4.70
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    Chapter Three: Deconstructing Gender: Feminist Theory
    Nicholas Birns
    42 pages @ $0.10/page
    $4.20
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    Chapter Four: Deconstructing Privilege: Anti-Racist Theory
    Nicholas Birns
    51 pages @ $0.10/page
    $5.10
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    Chapter Five: Deconstructing Centrality: Post-Colonial Theory
    Nicholas Birns
    38 pages @ $0.10/page
    $3.80
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    Chapter Six: Deconstructing Normativity: Queer Theory
    Nicholas Birns
    20 pages @ $0.10/page
    $2.00
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    Chapter Seven: Taking Account of Deconstruction: Theory in the Twenty-First Century
    Nicholas Birns
    42 pages @ $0.10/page
    $4.20