The Study of Literature: A Handbook of Critical Essays and Terms
"Our subject being literature" -- [1.] Approaches: Art as misrepresentation: Plato, The republic (from Book X) -- Art as imitation: Aristotle, On the art of fiction (Poetics, complete) -- Art as expression: John Stuart Mill, What is poetry? -- Art as knowledge: C. Day Lewis, The poet's way of knowledge -- [2.] Genres: 1. Fiction: Scope of the novelist: Henry James, The art of fiction -- Function of detail: Sean O'Faolain, On convention -- 2. Drama: Dramatic types: Northrop Frye, Specific forms of drama.
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