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Welcome to your reading list for Critical Theory. Here you will find the resources to support you throughout your module.
Heart of Darkness by Complete with documents putting this classic novel into historical context and critical essays that take several contemporary critical perspectives, this version of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness with a variety of suppporting resources.
Call Number: 823.91 CON MUR
Publication Date: 2010
A Critical and Cultural Theory Reader by The Critical and Cultural Theory Reader is an introduction to the key readings in cultural theory. It guides students through the tradition of thought, from Saussure's early writings on language to contemporary commentary on world events by theorists such as Baudrillard and Zizek. The second and expanded edition of this highly successful Reader reflects the growing diversity of the field and includes thirteen new essays. Divided into six thematic sections: Semiology; Ideology; Subjectivity; Difference; Gender and Race, and Postmodernism, the Reader features an editors' introduction to the volume, introductions to each of the thematic sections as well as invaluable summaries of each of the extracts.
Call Number: 801.95 EAS
Publication Date: 2004