Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely In Antigone Essays

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  • The Rebel Essay

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    Albert Camus The Rebel An Essay on Man in Revolt With a Foreword by Sir Herbert Read A revised and complete translation of l'homme revolte by Anthony Bower FIRST VINTAGE INTERNATIONAL EDITION, NOVEMBER 1991 Copyright © 1956 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. ISBN: 0679733841 Foreword With the publication of this book a cloud that has oppressed the European mind for more than a century begins to lift. After an age of anxiety, despair, and nihilism, it seems possible once more to hope—to have confidence

  • Reader. Contemporary Critical Theories Essay

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    1. FORM AND STRUCTURE 5 1.1 FORMALISM 5 1.1.1 Victor Shklovsky: from ‘Art as Technique’ 5 1.1.2 Vladimir Propp: from Morphology of the Folktale 6 1.1.3 Mikhail Bakhtin: from ‘The Prehistory of Novelistic Discourse’ 7 1.1.4 E.M. Forster: from Aspects of the Novel 14 1.1.5 Wayne C. Booth: from The Rhetoric of Fiction 16 1.1.6 Wayne C. Booth: from ‘Emotions, Beliefs, and the Reader’s Objectivity’ 18 1.2 THE NEW CRITICISM 20 1.2.1 Cleanth Brooks: from ‘The Formalist Critic ‘ 20 1

  • Warlike Outlines of the Securitarian State. Life Control and the Exclusion of People Essay

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    WARLIKE OUTLINES OF THE SECURITARIAN STATE. LIFE CONTROL AND THE EXCLUSION OF PEOPLE Edited by GABRIELA RODRÍGUEZ FERNÁNDEZ CRISTINA FERNÁNDEZ BESSA IÑAKI RIVERA BEIRAS HÉCTOR C. SILVEIRA GORSKI UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA An Integrated Project Financed by the Sixth EU Framework Programme ISBN 978-84-475-3393-0 Available for free downloading from the OSPDH website (http://www.ub.edu/ospdh) contents Preface and Acknowledgments Gabriela Rodríguez Fernández, Cristina Fernández

  • How to Read Literature Like a Professor by Thomas C. Foster Essay

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    How to Read Literature Like a Professor: A Lively and Entertaining Guide to Reading Between the Lines By THOMAS C. FOSTER Contents INTRODUCTION: How’d He Do That? 1. Every Trip Is a Quest (Except When It’s Not) 2. Nice to Eat with You: Acts of Communion 3. Nice to Eat You: Acts of Vampires 4. If It’s Square, It’s a Sonnet 5. Now, Where Have I Seen Her Before? 6. When in Doubt, It’s from Shakespeare... 7. ...Or the Bible 8. Hanseldee and Greteldum 9. It’s Greek to Me 10. It’s More

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