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- Sacrificing Commentary Reading the End of Literature
- Sandor Goodhart
- 11 February 2018
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Sacrificing Commentary Reading the End of Literature Read ↠ 108 Seph and his brothers the ten commandments the story of Jonah and the story of Job and a talk given shortly after the war by Yiddish poet and playwright Halpern Leivick Goodhart concludes that criticism as we know it within a formal academic humanities setting far from expounding the critical reading a given work makes available to us often acts out or repeats the very structures or conflicts which are its subject matter As a result the most powerful forms of commentary upon our myth making capacities may be found less in these critical texts than in the liter.Read & Download à eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ú Sandor Goodhart
Sacrificing Commentary Reading the End of Literature Read ↠ 108 Ary texts they model and whose perspectives they would usurpExploring themes introduced in his well known essay on Oedipus Goodhart concludes that literature is best understood as an interpretation of criticism The demystifications provided by critics are often recreations of the myths that literary texts attempt to expose Others have suggested as much but have not pursued the issue as he and Ren Girard do to the foundations of Western thought His dialogic relation to Girard illuminates both the Judaic and Christiantraditions Wallace Martin University of Toled.
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Sacrificing Commentary Reading the End of Literature Read ↠ 108 In Sacrificing Commentary Sandor Goodhart proposes a new view of literary reading arguing that the writing we have designated as literary is in fact a form of commentary or critical reading In the case of our most important cultural documents Shakespeare for instance or Sophocles this commentary remains our most powerful inuiry into uestions of reading aesthetics violence and ethical responsibilityTo support his argument Goodhart offers a close analysis of Sophocles's Oedipus Tyrannus Shakespeare's Richard II four passages from the Hebrew Torah the story of Jo.