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A Centennial Review of Virginia Woolf's Theory of Fiction Studies

A Centennial Review of Virginia Woolf's Theory of Fiction Studies

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出版日期:2016/01/10
出版:Trajectory.Inc / Journal of Zhejiang University (Humanities and Social Scienc
作者:Gao Fen
語言:簡體中文
頁數:16
產品類型:電子書
檔案格式:EPUB(適合手機)

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The centennial studies of Virginia Woolf's theory of fiction display an obvious confrontation among different critical stances in the 20th century.The Anglo-American criticism witnesses five major research phases.Firstly,in the 1920s,Woolf's experimental characterization was challenged its appropriateness by Arnold Bennett,one of the most popular novelists at that time,and the ten-year-long controversy between Woolf and Bennett indicates an academic contention between the long-lasting Neoclassic mimetic theory and the Romantic organic theory praised highly by Woolf and the Bloomsbury group.Secondly,in the 1930s,1940s and 1950s, Woolf's critical essays were severely criticized by Louis Kronenberger,F.R.Leavis,Horace Gregory,Diana Trilling,Mark Schorer and other professional scholars for its lack of intellectual analysis and appropriate moral sense,or for its neglect of reality,or for its subj ective mode, which signifies the Anglo-American new-critical denial of Woolf's artistic criticism as it was unity with human beings and the Great nature being one.

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Zhejiang University, School of International Studies, Hangzhou 310028, China

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