File spoon-archives/phillitcrit.archive/phillitcrit_2000/phillitcrit.0010, message 43


Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 16:20:55 -0500
Subject: Re: PLC: Activity


Surely any ideological position can be included as a framework for
critical inquiry, and as surely any of them can be "left out."  There is
certainly a large body of Marxist literary criticism, with Jameson as
the most available and prolific practitioner, as there is a large body
of Freudian literary criticism, feminist literary criticism, and etc.  
g

zatavu-AT-excite.com wrote:
> 
> On Tue, 24 Oct 2000 13:21:28 -0400 (EDT),
> phillitcrit-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu wrote:
> 
> >  On Mon, 23 Oct 2000, Peter Christopher Rugh wrote:
> >
> >   I am still
> >  > puzzled about the significance of critical theory in America and if
> Marx
> >  > can be left out of it.
> >
> >  He is left out of it pretty much, so I guess he can be.
> 
> He is? Not at USM or here at UTD. And personally, I don't think he can be
> left out of it at all. Marxist theory is quite important, I think.
> 
> Troy Camplin
> >
> >  hh
> >  .....................................................................
> >
> >
> >
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