Introduction to Literary Criticism Part One Goals: -define Literary Criticism -define and describe Reader Response Criticism -define and describe Formalism.

Introduction to Literary Criticism Part One Goals: -define Literary Criticism -define and describe Reader Response Criticism -define and describe Formalism.

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Teaching Literature--great list of resources and links for all kinds of genres, response/writing, YA, drama/speech, Shakespeare,etc.

Teaching Literature--great list of resources and links for all kinds of genres, response/writing, YA, drama/speech, Shakespeare,etc.

This site is more concise of the point of view and perspectives in a story. Very reliable and resourceful. It was written by a college English professor at Brock University.

This site is more concise of the point of view and perspectives in a story. Very reliable and resourceful. It was written by a college English professor at Brock University.

What is Reader Response?-- In this video, the instructor discusses reader response criticism. He also talks about paying attention to how the text invites a response.

What is Reader Response?-- In this video, the instructor discusses reader response criticism. He also talks about paying attention to how the text invites a response.

Reader Response Criticism

Reader Response Criticism

Reader Response Criticism - YouTube

Reader Response Criticism - YouTube

Writing: Interesting and Important Ideas -- Six Traits Assessment Main Idea Details Purpose - this website is a GOLD MINE!!

Writing: Interesting and Important Ideas -- Six Traits Assessment Main Idea Details Purpose - this website is a GOLD MINE!!

A Critical Self-Assessment and "Application of My Literary Approach: How a Meshed Genetic/Reader Response Criticism Can Be Used on the Works of Truman Capote" (Click Through)

A Critical Self-Assessment and "Application of My Literary Approach: How a Meshed Genetic/Reader Response Criticism Can Be Used on the Works of Truman Capote" (Click Through)

Literary Criticism: look at texts through literary lenses. High school Bulletin board. Critical thinking. Feminism, Marxism, reader response, historical.

Literary Criticism: look at texts through literary lenses. High school Bulletin board. Critical thinking. Feminism, Marxism, reader response, historical.

This presentation serves as an introduction to what literary criticism is and seven different types of literary criticism:Marxist CriticismPsychoanalytical CriticismArchetypal CriticismNew Criticism (Formalism)Reader-responseNew Historicism Gender CriticismEach section defines what that school of thought focuses on and gives examples of what sort of questions a critic might ask of a piece of literature.

Literary Criticism - seven different lenses

This presentation serves as an introduction to what literary criticism is and seven different types of literary criticism:Marxist CriticismPsychoanalytical CriticismArchetypal CriticismNew Criticism (Formalism)Reader-responseNew Historicism Gender CriticismEach section defines what that school of thought focuses on and gives examples of what sort of questions a critic might ask of a piece of literature.

Everybody's Autonomy : Connective Reading and Collective Identity Spahr, Juliana	9780817310530 Reader-response criticism Language and culture--United States--History--20th century American poetry--20th century--History and criticism Authors and readers--United States--History--20th century Group identity in literature Identity (Psychology) in literature PS310 .L33 S63 2015 EB	EBSCO

Everybody's Autonomy : Connective Reading and Collective Identity Spahr, Juliana 9780817310530 Reader-response criticism Language and culture--United States--History--20th century American poetry--20th century--History and criticism Authors and readers--United States--History--20th century Group identity in literature Identity (Psychology) in literature PS310 .L33 S63 2015 EB EBSCO

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