More Short Works of Edith Wharton

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Within the way a particular society uses language and signs, meaning was constituted by a system of "differences" between units of the language. Bakhtin argued that the “utter inadequacy” of literary theory is evident when it forced to deal with the novel; other genres are intact already stabilized while the novel is still young and developing.[1] Another crucial distinction among the various theories of literary interpretation is intentionality, the amount of weight given to the author’s own opinions about and intentions for a work.

Pages: 160

Publisher: BiblioLife (February 14, 2008)

ISBN: 1437526535

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