By Raman Selden,Peter Widdowson,Peter Brooker
A Reader’s consultant to modern Literary Theory is a vintage creation to the complicated but an important region of literary idea. This booklet is understood for its transparent, available kind and its thorough, logical technique, guiding the reader throughout the necessities of literary concept. It contains new chapters: ‘New Materialisms’ which includes ecocriticism, animal experiences, posthumanism and factor thought; ‘21st Century and destiny advancements’ inclusive of know-how, electronic humanities, ethics and affect.
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