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ERIC Number: ED020185
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
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THE ORAL STUDY OF LITERATURE. STUDIES IN SPEECH SERIES.
SLOAN, THOMAS O., ED.
WRITTEN FOR BOTH THE "GENERAL" STUDENT INTERESTED IN CRITICAL APPROACHES TO LITERATURE AND THE ORAL INTERPRETATION STUDENT WHO NEEDS A VARIETY OF CRITICAL ANALYSES TO COMBINE WITH ORAL PERFORMANCE IN HIS STUDY OF LITERATURE, THIS BOOK PROVIDES FIVE EXAMPLES OF DIFFERENT CRITICAL APPROACHES TO LITERATURE AND ITS ORAL INTERPRETATION. PART 1, "THE INTRINSIC APPROACH," DEMONSTRATES THREE METHODS OF ANALYSIS WHICH CONCENTRATE ON THE INTERNAL OPERATION OF THE WORK ITSELF--(1) "EXPLICATIVE ANALYSIS, A READING OF ROBERT LOWELL'S 'WHERE THE RAINBOW ENDS'" BY ROBERT BELOOF, (2) "FORMAL ANALYSIS, 'LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT' AS AESTHETIC OBJECT" BY CHESTER C. LONG, AND (3) "LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS, A STUDY OF JAMES MASON'S INTERPRETATION OF 'THE BISHOP ORDERS HIS TOMB'" BY SEYMOUR CHATMAN. PART 2, "THE EXTRINSIC APPROACH," DEMONSTRATES TWO METHODS WHICH ILLUMINATE A LITERARY WORK BY UTILIZING MATERIALS OUTSIDE THE TEXT--(1) "RHETORICAL ANALYSIS, PERSUASIVE STRATEGIES IN THE STRUCTURE OF JOHN DONNE'S 'SATIRE III'" BY THOMAS O. SLOAN, AND (2) "BIOGRAPHICAL-SOCIAL ANALYSIS, THE SYMBOLIC ACT IN ITS CONTEXT, CHEKHOV'S 'WARD NO. 6'" BY MARK S. KLYN. THIS BOOK IS PUBLISHED BY RANDOM HOUSE, NEW YORK, $3.75 ($1.95, PAPERBACK). (DL)
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