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by Jean-Michel Rabaté

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  • ISBN 0631230130
  • ISBN13 978-0631230137
  • Language English
  • Author Jean-Michel Rabaté
  • Publisher Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (August 2, 2002)
  • Pages 176
  • Formats lit lrf lrf docx
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Humanities
  • Size ePub 1963 kb
  • Size Fb2 1356 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 782

In this controversial manifesto, Jean-Michel Rabaté addressescurrent anxieties about the future of literary and cultural theoryand proposes that it still has a crucial role to play.

Jean-Michel Rabate manages to do little more than ramble on for about 150 pages. I just finished reading Jean-Michel Rabaté's excellent The Future of Theory

Jean-Michel Rabate manages to do little more than ramble on for about 150 pages. He alludes to a list of ostensibly influential players in literary theory, yet doesn't give so much as a hint as to their contributions or even who they were (for many, only last names are given). My professor informed me that this book was hastily written in 6 weeks; sadly, it shows. I just finished reading Jean-Michel Rabaté's excellent The Future of Theory.

Crimes of the Future book. The decade since the publication of Jean-Michel Rabaté's controversial manifesto The Future of Theory saw important changes in the field. The demise of most of the visible French or German philosophers, who had produced texts that would trigger new debates, then to be processed by Theory, has led to drastic revisions and starker assessments.

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Jean-Michel Rabate is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. He has published books on Beckett, Bernhard, Pound, Joyce, Lacan, psychoanalysis and literary theory. His recent books include The Ghosts of Modernity (1996), Joyce and the Politics of Egoism (2001) and Jacques Lacan and Literature (2001).

In Crimes of the Future, Jean-Michel Rabate offers the reader a dazzling series of encounters with thinkers, writers . There are few books that provide such a comprehensive and coherent overview of theory between 2001 and 2014 or that experiment with new conjugations so boldly.

In Crimes of the Future, Jean-Michel Rabate offers the reader a dazzling series of encounters with thinkers, writers and artists who, since Kant, have fruitfully complicated our sense of the future.

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In this controversial manifesto, Jean-Michel Rabaté addresses current anxieties about the future of literary and cultural theory and proposes that it still has a crucial role to play. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: WileyReleased: Apr 15, 2008ISBN: 9780470779880Format: book. carousel previous carousel next.

Literary theory in a strict sense is the systematic study of the nature of literature and of the methods for analyzing literature. The Future of Theory. The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism.

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Tygolar
Jean-Michel Rabate manages to do little more than ramble on for about 150 pages. He alludes to a list of ostensibly influential players in literary theory, yet doesn't give so much as a hint as to their contributions or even who they were (for many, only last names are given). My professor informed me that this book was hastily written in 6 weeks; sadly, it shows. I'd skip this one as well as Frank Lenricchia's "Critical Terms for Literary Study", which is equally worthless. Opt instead for Andrew Bennett's "Introduction to Literature, Criticism and Theory", which may still be difficult but doesn't deliberately try to throw the reader.
Fek
I just finished reading Jean-Michel Rabaté's excellent *The Future of Theory.* This is not a primer-- that is, not a book for newcomers to the world of modern literary and cultural theory, as the other reviewer on this page may have wished. What it is instead is a very readable overview of some of the major intellectual problems animating 20th-century theory (such as Jean-Paul Sartre's essay-length question: "What is Literature?" as well as Michel Foucault's "What is an Author?" and the surrealists' earlier "Why Write?"). More broadly, Rabaté's book is a unique and provocative approach to theory's historical development -as a form of intellectual inquiry that derives not only from philosophy, but from avant-garde literature as well, from Joyce to surrealism. It is a lucid and creative approach to very difficult material, and I recommend it highly.