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Citizen Critics: Literary Public Spheres (History of Communication) e-book

Author:

Rosa A. Eberly

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1743 kb

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Rating:

4.4

Publisher:

University of Illinois Press (February 29, 2000)

Pages:

199

ISBN:

025202513X

Citizen Critics: Literary Public Spheres (History of Communication) e-book

by Rosa A. Eberly


Focusing on literary works, Citizen Critics connects cultural texts to political discourse, showing how .

Focusing on literary works, Citizen Critics connects cultural texts to political discourse, showing how cultural texts need not induce passivity in their audiences but instead may activate a political consciousness.

The History of Communication. Rosa A. Eberly looks at four censorship controversies where professionals asserted their authority to deny citizen critics a voice-and effectively removed discussion of literature from the public sphere

The History of Communication. Literature, American Communications & Information Cultural Studies History, A. Public Education Literature, European Critical Theory See all Subjects. Eberly looks at four censorship controversies where professionals asserted their authority to deny citizen critics a voice-and effectively removed discussion of literature from the public sphere. Eberly compares the outrage sparked by the publication of James Joyce's Ulysses and Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer with the relative quiescence that greeted the much more violent and sexually explicit content of Bret Easton Ellis's American Psycho and Andrea Dworkin's Mercy.

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Citizen Critics book. Start by marking Citizen Critics: LITERARY PUBLIC SPHERES as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The condition of our public discussions about literary and cultural works.

literary public spheres. Citizen critics in literary public spheres. History of communication. Published 2000 by University of Illinois Press in Urbana. From "improper novel" to "contemporary classic": Joyce's Ulysses, 1918-30. A slut in the neighborhood": Tropic of Cancer in Chicago. Publicity, artistry, and American psycho. Andrea Dworkin's mercy: pain, ad personam, and silence in the "war zone". Beyond the aesthetic: citizen critics and proto-public classrooms.

Coauthors & Alternates.

Citizen Critics: LITERARY PUBLIC SPHERES (History of Communication): ISBN 9780252068676 (978-0-252-06867-6) Softcover, University of Illinois Press, 2000. Coauthors & Alternates.

History of Communication (Paperback). University of Illinois Press.

In Citizen Critics Eberly compares the outrage sparked by the publication of James Joyce's Ulysses and Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer with the relative quiescence that greeted the much more violent and sexually explicit content of Bret Easton Ellis's American Psychoand Andrea Dworkin's Mercy. History of Communication (Paperback).

Rosa A. Eberly, Associate Professor of Rhetoric in the departments of Communication Arts and Sciences and English and Fellow of the Laboratory for Public Scholarship and Democracy at Penn State, is author of CITIZEN CRITICS: LITERARY PUBLIC SPHERES, co-author of TH. .

as articles on classrooms as protopublic spaces, rhetoric and democracy, and the place of rhetoric in higher education.

Rosa Eberly is a free-range rhetorician who studies histories and theories of rhetoric, publics theory, public .

Rosa Eberly is a free-range rhetorician who studies histories and theories of rhetoric, publics theory, public memory, and deliberation. Since 1996 she has studied and taught courses on relationships among rhetoric, violence, and public memory with emphasis on violence in educational settings.


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