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Susan Bassnett-McGuire Sexual Fiction Maurice Charney Deconstruction: Theory and Practice Christopher Norris Orality and Literacy Walter J. Ong Poetry as Discourse Antony Easthope Narrative Fiction: Contemporary poetics Shlomith Rimmon . No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any form or by any electronic, mechanical or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. (New accents) 1. Fiction-Technique 2. Rhetoric I. Title II.

Deconstruction: Theory and Practice has been acclaimed as by far the most readable, concise and authoritative guide to this topic. He has written numerous books and papers on literary theory and continental philosophy

Deconstruction: Theory and Practice has been acclaimed as by far the most readable, concise and authoritative guide to this topic. He has written numerous books and papers on literary theory and continental philosophy. Norris is now considered a philosopher in his own right: 2003's Life After Theory reference required featured an interview with Norris, placing him alongside Derrida as a significant contemporary. Other books in the series. New Accents (10 books).

Стр He is the author of many books including The Deconstructive Turn and Spinoza and the Origins of. .Deconstruction, theory and practice New accents.

10 activity, an open-ended practice of reading, rather than a 'method' convinced of its own right reason. Barthes was alive from the outset to the problems and paradoxes involved in refining structuralist theory without introducing such premature. Стр. 12 been quietly passed over by critics anxious to domesticate structuralism by presenting it as a 'method' sometimes outlandish in its claims but basically amenable to commonsense uses. He is the author of many books including The Deconstructive Turn and Spinoza and the Origins of Modern Critical Theory.

Since first appearing in 1982, Deconstruction: Theory and Practice has been acclaimed as by far the most readable .

Since first appearing in 1982, Deconstruction: Theory and Practice has been acclaimed as by far the most readable, concise and authoritative guide to this topic.

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Xiii, 157 pages ; 21 cm. Includes bibliographical references (pages 137-152) and index.

Deconstruction : theory and practice. You must be logged in to Tag Records. Deconstruction : theory and practice, Christopher Norris. Book, Online - Google Books. Deconstruction : theory and practice, Christopher Norris Routledge London 1988. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1988, Deconstruction : theory and practice, Christopher Norris Routledge London. Norris, Christopher, 1947-. The volume focuses on the works of Jacques Derrida which caused this seismic shift in critical thought, as well as the work of North American critics Paul de Man, Geoffrey Hartman, J. Hillis Miller and Harold Bloom.

Deconstruction: Theory and Practice (New Accents)
Samugor
It's hard to boil Derrida or "Deconstruction" down to something that feels simple or easy. As in chess, any move is born mortgaged already to all its counter-moves. But the style of thinking gets in your blood. Christopher Norris goes through studies in Deconstruction like etudes of Debussy. You may or may not "understand" what you experienced a month later, but the music haunts you. After Derrida, check out Paul de Man. Also, check out The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends,Seven Types of Ambiguity,Theory of Literature (The Open Yale Courses Series),Critical Theory Today: A User-Friendly Guide,The Pleasures of Reading: In an Ideological Age.
Tejar
As lucid and concise an exposition as you are likely to find on Derrida and deconstruction. Norris covers an amazing amount of material in this brief book, mostly chronologically (the Sophists put in an appearance along with, of course, fairly extensive treatment of Nietzsche and Heidegger) though with occasionally necessary digressions. Derrida's central concept (to speak metaphysically) of 'supplementarity' is clearly explained, and the sections on Paul De Man and his 'theory of rhetoric' are especially good. Norris goes to great pains to distinguish 'philosophical' deconstruction from the more stylistically 'literary' varieties as propagated by Geoffrey Hartman, J Hillis Miller et al. While clearly sympathetic - - even at times somewhat defensive - - toward deconstruction, Norris is very even-handed in his treatment of the subject, originally concluding the book with a chapter on 'Dissenting Voices' such as John Ellis' cogently-articulated AGAINST DECONSTRUCTION. Originally published in 1982, this later edition has a supplementary (!) 'Afterword' in which Norris mitigates some of his (as he would have it) understatements on speech-act theory and the misunderstandings over what deconstruction 'really' does; that is, the differences between post-modern 'destructive' and 'deconstructive' performance and criticism, using source materials throughout to bolster his points.
Cia
While you won't fully understand what is going on in deconstructionism after reading this book, you'll probably be closer than most. Deconstructionism is probably the most misunderstood "thing" around. Norris provides an incredibly fair and balanced presentation of the basic issues and main misreadings of the people involved. If you want a basic overview of what is going on that doesn't attempt to reduce everything to pragmatism or relativism, then this is the place to start. This was the first book that made me go, "ah, I at least understand what the problems are."
My only complaint is that I wish Norris spent more time on Heidegger and the roots of deconstructionism. However given how complex Heidegger is, this is understandable. After reading Norris I'd suggest going back to something like _Between the Blinds: A Derrida Reader_. He'll make a whole lot more sense after reading Norris.
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