#Imp_Mcqs_On_Literary_Criticism & #Theory
◆ Who gave the maxim '#Make_it_New'.
◆ "#Sexual_Politics",in which the writer examines how the power relations work and how men manipulate and perpetuate male dominance over women, is written by?
◆ "Gynocriticism", the criticism concerning with writings by women and all aspects of their production and interpretation.
Who gave this concept?
◆ "Perhaps I may allow the Dean
Had too much satire in his vein,
And seem'd determined not to starve it,
Because no age could more deserve it."
The lines are written by:
◆ “a model…I have since judged to be ill-fated and catastrophic, but one I still love…"
Whom does #Derrida refer to as ‘#the_model’ here?
◆ "I would rather have an acknowledged and controlled subjectivity than an objectivity which is finally an illusion."
Who said above line :
◆ "#Panopticism" is the title of a chapter in a well known book by
◆ "Deconstruction is not a dismantling of the structure of a text, but a demonstration that it has already dismantled itself"..
Who explained that ?
◆ "I admire Jonson but I love Shakespeare."
◆"It is impossible for anyone who undertakes the office of a critic to omit the study of Aristotle without any great harm." Who said this?
◆ Who calls imagination
"a magical and synthetic power" ?
◆ #Theory_of_Imagination was produced by:
◆Who among the following calls #Longinus as the #first_romantic_critic "
◆ Who said that "a poet is a light winged and holy thing"?
◆ Who gave the concept of "#open_text" and "#closed_text" :
◆ Who, is credited with coining the term "#modernity " to refer to the fleeting, ephemeral experience of life in an urban metropolis, and the responsibility of artistic expression to capture that experience?
Baudlaire, the 19th century French poet and critic, is best known for his #The_Flowers_of_Evil.
He uses the term '#modernity' in his essay, #The_Painter_of_Modern_Life (1864). Baudlaire was also the pioneering translator of Edgar Allen Poe.