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Anatomy of Criticism

Four Essays

Northrop Frye

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Geisteswissenschaften, Kunst, Musik / Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft

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A landmark work of literary criticism

Northrop Frye's Anatomy of Criticism is the magnum opus of one of the most important and influential literary theorists of the twentieth century. Breaking with the practice of close reading of individual texts, Frye seeks to describe a common basis for understanding the full range of literary forms by examining archetypes, genres, poetic language, and the relations among the text, the reader, and society. Using a dazzling array of examples, he argues that understanding "the structure of literature as a total form" also allows us to see the profoundly liberating effect literature can have.

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Finnegans Wake, Satire, Virginia Woolf, Etymology, An Essay on Criticism, Archetype, Anachronism, Literary fiction, Irony, Menippean satire, Misery (novel), Poet, Decorum, Literary criticism, Metre (poetry), Eclogue, King Lear, Genre fiction, New Criticism, Madame Bovary, Humour, Myth, Novel, The Faerie Queene, Tamburlaine, Farce, Fiction, Genre, Writer, Mythopoeia, Rhetorical criticism, Comic book, Pentameter, Romanticism, Epithet, Grammar, Historical criticism, Il Penseroso, Pity, Myth and ritual, Plautus, Simile, Modern Fiction (essay), Rhetoric, Theory, Narrative, The Pilgrim's Progress (opera), Western literature, Rainer Maria Rilke, Superiority (short story), Mimesis, Poetics (Aristotle), Poetry, Ben Jonson, Suggestion, Hamartia, Parable, Ezra Pound, Aristophanes, Illustration, Literature, Diction, English literature, Imagery, Volpone, Absurdity, Prose, Tragedy, Novelist, Allegory, François Rabelais, Tragic hero, Epigram, Lycidas, Adjective, Aphorism, Criticism, Philosopher, Pedant, Humanities, Terence, Oracle, Invective, Metaphor, William Shakespeare, Writing, Parody, Apuleius, Melodrama, The Various, Ridicule, Aristotle, Catharsis, The Other Hand, Shakespearean comedy, Euripides, Anagnorisis, Old Comedy, Ambiguity, Eiron