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Introduction to imaginative literature

Bernard D. N. Grebanier

Introduction to imaginative literature

by Bernard D. N. Grebanier

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Published by Crowell in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English literature.,
  • American literature.,
  • Literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Bernard Grebanier [and] Seymour Reiter.
    ContributionsReiter, Seymour, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPR1109 .G754
    The Physical Object
    Pagination969 p.
    Number of Pages969
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5794369M
    LC Control Number60006059
    OCLC/WorldCa180975

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[1] A more restricted sense of the term emerged during the Romantic period, in which it began to demarcate “imaginative” literature. [2]. Translation is a difficult business at best; outside of certain unusual circumstances, it is impossible where imaginative literature is concerned.

(See William H. Gass’s “The Medium of Fiction,” in Fiction and Figures of Life, and chapters five and six of Rudolf Flesch’s otherwise almost valueless book The Art of Clear Thinking.).

An Introduction to Imaginative Literature, Part II. by Jeff Riggenbach. Clearly, the work of imaginative literature which offers the possibility of the richest, most varied kind of aesthetic experience is the work of fiction.

Salinger (whose book. Genre/Form: Literature: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grebanier, Bernard D.N., Introduction to imaginative literature. New York, Crowell []. Books shelved as imaginative-literature: The Shack by William Paul Young, The Hobbit, or There and Back Again by J.R.R.

Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings by. “Imaginative literature” is one of two umbrella terms devised (in the s, I think) to describe all literature that departs from the real, the other being “speculative fiction.” The standard varieties of imaginative literature are science fictio.

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“imaginative” literature. ((Note:Ross, "The Emergence of "Literature": Making and Reading the English Canon in the Eighteenth Century," &)Eagleton,Literary theory: an introduction, 16) Contemporary debates over what constitutes literature can be seen as returning to the older, more inclusive notion of what constitutes Size: 6MB.

As well as bringing to life a marginal and subversive Christian tradition, the book utilised extended sequences of associative thought to offer an alternative style of critical writing. As I commented when reviewing the work for Christianity and Literature, the book was ‘one of the most exciting and imaginative contributions to the field of.

Contents. Introduction, reading imaginative literature; Fiction: Elements of fiction, Reading fiction, Writing about fictions, Plot, Character, Setting, Point of view, Symbolism, Theme, Style, tone, and irony, Combining the elements of fiction; Approaches to fiction, Study of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Study of Flannery O'Connor, Critical case study, William Faulkner's "Barn Burning", Cultural case.

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"World of Wonder: An Introduction to Imaginative Literature", edited by Fletcher Pratt and published inis one of a great many anthologies of speculative fiction which were published in the 40's and 50's.3/5.

4 Reading Imaginative Literature THE VALUE OF LITERATURE One of the purposes of a college introduction to lit- This book is based on two premises: that reading literature is pleasurable and that reading and understanding a work sensitively by thinking, talking, or writing about it increases the plea.

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He suffers from the same temptations and succumbs to those temptations. He falls and does not always get up again, preferring to wallow in the gutter with his lusts and his illicit appetites.

And yet, like us, he is restless until he rests in the truth, which can only be found in Christ and the Church He founded. imaginative literature. The structure of this course is two-fold: materials will be presented according to genre; and fewer texts will be examined in order to provide a more in-depth study rather than anFile Size: KB.

Definitions. Definitions of literature have varied over time: it is a "culturally relative definition". In Western Europe prior to the 18th century, literature denoted all books and writing. A more restricted sense of the term emerged during the Romantic period, in which it began to demarcate "imaginative" writing.

Contemporary debates over what constitutes literature can be seen as returning. The Compact Bedford Introduction to Literature is a best-seller for a reason: it brings literature to life for students — helping to make them lifelong readers and better writers.

Classic works from many periods and cultures exist alongside a diverse representation of today's authors/5(5).This book provides the general reader with an introduction to the field of imaginative fiction.

The first two chapters describe the growth of science fiction from Aristophanes to Asimov and give the history of its parent literature, fantasy.

The rest of the book affords the apprentice writer an overview of skills necessary for creating imaginative : L. Sprague de Camp, Catherine C. de Camp.English Literature was produced in England from the introduction of Old English by the Anglo-Saxons in the 5th century to the present.

This is the first period in the history of.