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Critical Reading Perspectives . …. Cuz there’s never just one. Feminist. Read in terms of the female identity Concerned with : social & cultural attitudes towards women Issues arising from male or female narrative Patriarchy or male hegemony . Reader-response.

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critical reading perspectives

Critical Reading Perspectives

….

Cuz there’s never just one

feminist
Feminist
  • Read in terms of the female identity
  • Concerned with:
  • social & cultural attitudes towards women
  • Issues arising from male or female narrative
  • Patriarchy or male hegemony
reader response
Reader-response
  • Read in terms of the individual & how they creates meaning
  • Concerned with:
  • reader’s cultural values & how attitudes lead to assumptions about characters etc
  • How reader “fill gaps” that are either ambiguous or contradictory
race post colonial
Race/post colonial
  • Read in terms of representation of ethnicity
  • Concerned with:
  • how race & injustice are dealt with
  • Esp; written or set in colonial times
  • Power ( hegemony) is often a common motif
  • Highlights western attitudes toward nationality & ethnicity
  • Assumptions & paradigms expressed implicitly or explicitly by author and/or characters
genre
Genre
  • Read in terms of the type of genre
  • Fiction, non-fiction, Detective, Thriller, Comic, Tragedy
  • Concerned with:
  • how text embodies characteristics & conventions associated with particular genre
cultural historical
Cultural/historical
  • Read in terms of how it reveals culture & ideologies of the time
  • Concerned with:
  • facts or opinion about the time period
  • Understanding that texts no “stand alone” but read with historical understanding
structuralist
Structuralist
  • Read in terms of how novel put together &

how ideas are put together

  • Concerned with:
  • How does construction represents author’s view of the world
  • diction, form, paradox, motifs, patterns
marxist
Marxist
  • Read in terms of exploringissues of social class and power, especially the treatment of working class
  • Concerned with:
  • political, cultural, and social contexts
psychoanalytic
Psychoanalytic
  • Read in terms of exploring how humans think, react
  • Concerned with:
  • Human behavior
  • Human behavior as it applies to social & cultural- ethical attitudes
  • Human psychology,
  • internal & external conflicts within the characters