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THEORETICAL RESOURCES OFF- AND ON-LINE

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LITERARY HISTORY / INTERTEXTUALITY / CANONICITY
HISTORICISM
THE LITERARY TRADITION


ASSOCIATIONS

CONFERENCES

2012:

2011:

2010:

  • Literature, History, Cognition, Departments of French and Philosophy, University of Nottingham, October 15

  • Technology, Textuality, and Transmission, Third Material Cultures Conference, University of Edinburgh, July 16-18

2009:

2008:

  • Transmissions and Transformations of Italian Culture, Society for Italian Studies Interim Conference,
    Institute for Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, April 25-26

2007:

  • The Past in the Present: History as Practice in Art, Design and Architecture, Department of Historical and Critical Studies, Glasgow School of Art, October 27-29

2006:

  • Adaptation(s): Transfers and Society, Centre de Recherche sur l'Intermedialite, Université de Montréal, November 15-17

  • Appropriations of Antiquity, Department of Greek and Latin, University College, University of London, April 21

2005:

2004:

2003:

  • Textual Intercourse, Groupe de Recherches Anglo-Américaines de Tours, Université de Tours (François Rabelais), September 18-19

  • Literary Education and Canon Formation, AHRB Centre for Asian and African Literatures, University College and SOAS, University of London, May 8-9

2002:

2001:

2000:

COURSES

JOURNALS

PERSONS

Literary History:

Intertexuality:

Canonicity:

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:
    • Literary History / The Tradition:
      • Barker, Simon, and Jo Gill, eds.  Literature as History: Essays in Honour of Peter Widdowson.  London: Continuum, 2010.
      • Brown, Marshall, ed.  The Uses of Literary History.  Durham: Duke UP, 1985.
      • Besserman, Lawrence, ed.  The Challenge of Periodization: Old Paradigms and New Perspectives.  New York: Garland, 1996.
      • Clayton, Jay, and Eric Rothstein, eds.  Influence and Intertextuality in Literary History.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1991.
      • Cohen, Ralph, ed.  New Directions in Literary History.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1974.
      • Damon, Philip, ed.  Literary Criticism and Historical Understanding.  1967.
      • Edel, Leon, ed.  Literary History and Literary Criticism.  New York: New York UP, 1964.
      • Hutcheon, Linda, and Mario J. Valdes, eds.  Rethinking Literary History: a Dialogue on Theory.  Oxford: OUP, 2002.

      • Marshall, Donald G., ed.  The Force of Tradition: Response and Resistance in Literature, Religion, and Cultural Studies.  Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2005.
      • Perkins, David, ed.  Theoretical Issues in Literary History.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.
      • Smallwood, Philip, ed.  Critical Pasts: Writing Criticism, Writing History.  Lewisberg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2004.
      • Sussman, Herbert L., ed.  Literary History: Theory and Practice.  Vol. 2.  Boston: Proceedings of the Northeastern University Centre for Literary Studies, 1984.
      • Wong, Tak-Wai, and M. A. Abbas, eds.  Rethinking Literary History.  Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1984.

      • New Historicism:
        • Ryan, Kiernan, ed.  New Historicism and Cultural Materialism: a Reader.  London: Edward Arnold, 1996.
        • Veeser, H. Aram, ed.  The New Historicism.  London: Routledge, 1989.
        • Wilson, Richard, ed.  New Historicism and Renaissance Drama.  London: Longman, 1992.
    • Intertextuality:
      • Clayton, Jay, and Eric Rothstein, eds.  Influence and Intertextuality in Literary History.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1991.
      • Orr, Mary, ed.  Intertextuality: Debates and Contexts.  Cambridge: Polity, 2003.
      • Worton, M., and J. Still, eds.  Intertextuality: Theories and Practices.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1990.
    • Canonicity:
      • Hallberg, Robert von, ed.  Canons.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1984.
      • Morrissey, Lee, ed.  Debating the Canon: a Reader from Addison to Nafisi.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • Literary History / The Tradition:

      • Bahti, Timothy.  Allegories of History: Literary Historiography after Hegel.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1992.

      • Bate, Walter Jackson.  The Burden of the Past and the English Poet.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1970.

      • Behler, Ernst.  "Problems of Origin in Modern Literary History."  Theoretical Issues in Literary History.  Ed. David Perkins.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.

      • Bennett, Tony.  "Outside Literature: Texts in History."  Postmodern History Reader.  Ed. Keith Jenkins.  219-230.
      • Brown, Marshall.  "Contemplating the Theory of Literary History."  PMLA 107.1 (1992): .

      • Brunetière, Ferdinand.  Etudes critiques sur l'histoire de la littérature Française.  Paris: Hachette, 1912.

      • Brunetière, Ferdinand.  L'Evolution des genres dans l'histoire de la littérature.  Paris: Hachette, 1914.

      • Brunetière, Ferdinand.  Manual of the History of French Literature.  Trans. Ralph Derechef.  London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898.

      • Bush, Douglas.  "Literary History and Literary Criticism."  Literary History and Literary Criticism.  Ed. Leon Edel.  1964.

      • Cohen, Ralph.  "History and Genre."  New Literary History 17 (1986): 203-218.
      • Cohen, Ralph.  "Genre Theory, Literary History, and Historical Change."  Theoretical Issues in Literary History.  Ed. David Perkins.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.
      • Colebrook, Claire.  New Literary Histories.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1997.

      • Crane, R. S.  "Critical and Historical Principles of Literary History."  1950.

        • Critical and Historical Principles of Literary History.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1971. 

        • Vol. 2 of The Idea of the Humanities, and Other Essays Critical and Historical.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1967.  45-156. 

      • Crane, R. S.  "History Versus Criticism in the Study of Literature."  English Journal 24 (1935): . 

        • Vol. 2 of The Idea of the Humanities, and Other Essays Critical and Historical.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1967.  3-24.

      • De Man, Paul.  "Literary History and Literary Modernity."  Blindness and Insight: Essays in the Rhetoric of Contemporary Criticism.  Oxford: OUP, 1971. 142-165.

      • Fowler, Alastair.  "The Two Histories."  Theoretical Issues in Literary History.  Ed. David Perkins.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.

      • Guillen, Claudio.  Literature as System: Essays Toward the Theory of Literary History.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1971.  

      • Guillen, Claudio.  "Second Thoughts on Currents and Periods."  The Disciplines of Criticism.  Ed. Peter Demetz, T. Greene, and L. Nelson.  New Haven, CT: Yale UP, 1968.

      • Guillory, John.  Poetic Authority: Spenser, Milton, and Literary History.  New York: Columbia UP, 1983.

      • Hankiss, Elemer.  "The Structure of Literary Evolution."  Poetics 5 (1972): .

      • Hogan, Patrick Colm.  Joyce, Milton, and the Theory of Influence.  Tallahassee: UP of Florida, 1995.

      • Hollier, Dennis.  "On Writing Literary History."  A New History of French Literature.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1989.

      • Hutcheon, Linda.  "Interventionist Literary Histories: Nostalgic, Pragmatic or Utopian?"  Modern Language Quarterly 59 (1998): .

      • Hutcheon, Linda.  "Rethinking the National Model."  Rethinking Literary History: a Dialogue on TheoryEd. Linda Hutcheon and Mario J. Valdes.  Oxford: OUP, 2002.  3-49.

      • Hutcheon, Linda.  Irony's Edge: the Theory and Politics of Irony.  London: Routledge, 1995.

      • Hutcheon, Linda.  A Theory of Parody: the Teachings of Twentieth-Century Art Forms.  Chicago: U of Illinois P, 2001.

      • Jackson, J. R. de J.  Historical Criticism and the Meaning of Texts.  1989.
      • Kushner, Eva.  "Literary History as Dialogue Among Nations."  Neohelicon 20.2 (1993): 29-41.

      • Kushner, Eva.  Les Renouvellements dans la théorie de l'histoire littéraire.  Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada, 1982.
      • LaCapra, Dominick.  History, Politics, and the Novel.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1989.
      • LaCapra, Dominick.  History and Criticism.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1985.
      • Lipking, Lawrence.  "Night Thoughts on Literary History."  Literary History: Theory and Practice.  Vol. 2.  Ed. Herbert L. Sussman.  Boston: Proceedings of the Northeastern University Centre for Literary Studies, 1984.

      • Lodge, David.  "Historicism and Literary History: Mapping the Modern Period."  New Literary History 10 (1979): 547-555.
      • Lowe, John Livingston.  Convention and Revolt in Poetry.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1919.

      • Martindale, Colin.  "The Laws of Literary History."  The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application.  Ed.  Steven Totosy de Zepetnek and Irene Sywenky.  Edmonton: Research Institute for Comparative Literature and Cross-Cultural Studies and Institute for Empirical Literature and Media Research, 1997.  

      • Martindale, Colin.  Romantic Progressions: the Psychology of Literary History.  Washington, DC: Hemisphere, 1975.
      • Moretti, Franco.  "On Literary Evolution." Signs Taken for Wonders.  London: Verso, 1988.  262-278.

      • Perkins, David.  Is Literary History Possible?.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1992.
      • Perkins, David.  "Some Prospects for Literary History."  Modern Language Quarterly 54.1 (1993): 133-139. 
        • The Uses of Literary History.  Ed. Marshall Brown.  Durham: Duke UP, 1985.
      • Portales, Maco A.  "Literary History as a 'Usable Past,' and Space."  MELUS 11.1. (1984): .

      • Rothstein, Eric.  "Diversity and Change in Literary History."  Influence and Intertextuality in Literary History.  Ed. Jay Clayton and Eric Rothstein.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1991.  114-145.

      • Slawinski, Janusz.  "Reading and Reader in the Literary Historical Process."  New Literary History 19 (1988): 521-539.

      • Valdes, Mario J.  "Rethinking the History of Literary History."  Rethinking Literary History: a Dialogue on TheoryEd. Linda Hutcheon and Mario J. Valdes.  Oxford: OUP, 2002.  63-115.

      • Wellek, René.  "The Fall of Literary History."  The Attack on Literature and Other Essays.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1982.  64-77.  [1973]

      • Wellek, René.  "English Literary Historiography During the Nineteenth Century."  Discriminations: Further Concepts of Criticism.  New Have: Yale UP, 1970.  143-163.
      • Wellek, René.  "The Concept of Evolution in Literary History."  Concepts of Criticism.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1963.  37-53.
      • Wellek, René.  "Literary History."  Literary Scholarship.  Ed. N. Foerster.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1949.
      • Wellek, René.  "Six Kinds of Literary History."  The Critical Significance of Biographical Evidence.  New York: Columbia UP, 1947.  [1946]
      • Wellek, René.  "Literary History."  Theory of Literature.  New York: Harcourt Brace, 1942.  252-269.
      • Wellek, René.  The Rise of English Literary History.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1941.
      • White, Hayden.  "The Problem of Change in Literary History."  New Literary History 7 (1975): 97-111.
      • Wimsatt, William, and Cleanth Brooks.  "The Historical Method."  Literary Criticism: a Short History.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957.  522-551.
      • Wolfflin, Heinrich.  Principles of Art History: the Problem of Development of Style in Later Art.  Trans. M. D. Hottinger.  New York: Dover, 1950.
      • 'Old' Historicism:

        • Tillyard, E. M.  The Elizabethan World Picture.  London: Cox and Wyman, 1943.
        • Wimsatt, W. K.  "History and Criticism: a Problematic Relationship."  The Verbal Icon: Studies in the Meaning of Poetry.  Lexington: U of Kentucky P, 1954.  253-266.
      • New Historicism:

        • Belsey, Catherine.  "Literature, History, Politics."  Literature, Politics and Theory.  Ed. Francis Barker, et al.  Colchester: U of Essex, 1986. 

        • Butler, Marilyn.  "Against Tradition: the Case for a Particularised Historical Method."  Historical Studies and Literary Criticism.  Ed. Jerome J. McGann.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1985.  25-47.
        • Dollimore, Jonathan.  "Introduction: Shakespeare, Cultural Materialism, and the new Historicism."  Political Shakespeare.  Ed. Dollimore and Alan Sinfield.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1985.  2-17.
        • Mullaney, Steven.  "After the New Historicism."  Alternative Shakespeares 2.  Ed. Terrence Hawkes.  London: Routledge, .  17-37.
        • Sinfield, Alan.  "Macbeth: History, Ideology and Intellectuals."  Critical Quarterly 28 (1986): . 
        • Sinfield, Alan.  "Power and Ideology: an Outline Theory and Sidney's Arcadia."  ELH 52 (1985): 259-277.
        • Sinfield, Alan.  Literature in Protestant England, 1560-1660.  London: Croom Helm, 1983.
        • Weimann, Robert.  "Towards a Literary Theory of Ideology: Mimesis, Representation, Authority."  Shakespeare Reproduced: the Text in History and Ideology.  Ed. Jean E. Howard and Marion F. O'Connor.  London: Routledge, 1987.  265-272.

        • Weimann, Robert.  Structure and Society in Literary History: Studies in the History and Theory of Historical Criticism.  Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 1976.

        • New Historicist Criticism:
          • Apter, Emily.  Continental Drift: from National Characters to Virtual Subjects.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1999.

          • Buell, Frederick.  National Culture and the New Global System.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994.

          • Dollimore, Jonathan.  Radical Tragedy: Religion, Ideology and Power in the Drama of Shakespeare and his Contemporaries.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1984.
          • Dollimore, Jonathan, and Alan Sinfield, eds.  Political Shakespeare.  Manchester: Manchester UP, 1985. 
          • Drakakis, John, ed.  Alternative Shakespeares.  London: Methuen, 1985.
          • Gallagher, Catherine, and Stephen Greenblatt.  Practising New Historicism.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2000.
          • Goldberg, Jonathan.  James I and the Politics of Literature: Jonson, Shakespeare, Donne and their Contemporaries.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1983.
          • Hawkes, Terrence, ed.  Alternative Shakespeares 2.   London: Routledge, . 
          • Howard, Jean E., and Marion F. O'Connor, eds.  Shakespeare Reproduced: the Text in History and Ideology.  London: Routledge, 1987. 
          • Liu, Alan.  Wordsworth: the Sense of History.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1991.
          • Simpson, David.  Wordsworth's Historical Imagination: the Poetry of Displacement.  London: Methuen, 1987.
          • Siskin, Clifford.  The Historicity of Romantic Discourse.  Oxford: OUP, 1988.
          • Sinfield, Alan.  Faultlines: Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading.Oxford: Clarendon, 1992.
          • Sinfield, Alan.  Literature in Protestant England, 1560-1660.  London: Methuen, 1982.
          • Tennenhouse, Leonard.  Power on Display: the Politics of Shakespeare's Genres.  1986.
    • Intertextuality:

      • Barth, John.  "The Literature of Replenishment: Postmodern Fiction."  1979.

        • The Friday Book: Essays and Other Non-Fiction.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984.  193-206.

      • Barth, John.  "The Literature of Exhaustion."  1967.

        • The Friday Book: Essays and Other Non-Fiction.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1984.  62-76.

    • Canonicity:

      • Adams, Hazard.  "Canons: Literary Criteria / Power Criteria."  Critical Inquiry 14.1 (1988): .

      • Altieri, Charles.  Canons and Consequences: Reflections on the Ethical Force of Imaginative Ideals.  Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP, 1991.

      • Altieri, Charles.  "An Idea and Ideal of a Literary Canon."  Critical Inquiry 10 (1983): 37-60.

      • Bloom, Allan.  The Closing of the American Mind.  New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988.

      • Cahn, Walter.  Masterpieces: Chapters on the History of an Idea.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1979.
      • Clark, Kenneth.  What is a Masterpiece?  London: , 1979.
      • Clausen, Christopher.  "It is Not Elitist to Place Major Literature at the Center of the English Curriculum."  Chronicle of Higher Education 13 (1988): A52. 
      • Fowler, Alastair.  "Genre and the Literary Canon."  New Literary History 11 (1979): 97-119.  (also in his Kinds of Literature)

      • Guillory, John.  Cultural Capital: the Problem of Literary Canon Formation.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1993.

      • Guillory, John.  "Canonical and Non-Canonical: a Critique of the Current Debate."  ELH 54 (1987): 483-527.

      • Kennedy, George.  "Classics and Canons."  South Atlantic Quarterly 89 (1990): 217-225.

      • Kenner, Hugh.  "The Making of the Modernist Canon."  Chicago Review 34 (1984): 49-61.  Rpt. in Canons.  Ed. Robert von Hallberg.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1984.

      • Kuipers, Christo.  The Canon.  London: Routledge, 2009.

      • Lauter, Paul.  Canons and Contexts.  Oxford: OUP, 1991.

      • Lauter, Paul.  "Caste, Class and Canon."  A Gift of Tongues.  Ed. Marie Harris, et al.  1987.

      • Levin, Harry.  "Core, Canon, Curriculum."  College English 43 (1981): 352-362.

      • Scholes, Robert.  "Aiming a Canon at the Curriculum."  Salmagundi 72 (1986): 101-165.

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  • Anthologies:
    • Literary History / The Tradition:
      • New Historicism:

    • Intertextuality:
    • Canonicity:
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • Literary History / The Tradition:
      • Champagne, Roland.  Literary History after Roland Barthes: Re-Defining the Myths of Reality.  Alabama: Summa Publications, 1984.
      • Dentith, Simon.  Parody.  London: Routledge, 2000.
      • Hamilton, Paul.  Historicism.  London: Routledge, 1996.
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Context."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  42-49.
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Historical Scholarship."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  138-143.
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Historicism."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  143-152.
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Literary History."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  185-193.
      • Patterson, Annabel.  "Historical Scholarship."  Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures.  Ed. Joseph Gibaldi.  2nd ed.  New York: MLA, 1992.  .
      • Patterson, Lee.  "Literary History."  Critical Terms for Literary Studies.  Ed. Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  250-262.
      • Renza, Louis A.  "Influence."  Critical Terms for Literary Studies.  Ed. Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  186-202.

      • Rose, M. A.  Parody: Ancient, Modern and Post-Modern.  Cambridge: CUP, 1993.

      • Russo, John Paul.  "Historical Theory and Criticism."  Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism.  Ed. Michael Groden and Martin Kreiswirth.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1994.  382-388.

      • Spiller, Robert. "Literary History."  The Aims and Methods of Literary Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures.  Ed. James Thorpe.  New York: Modern Language Association, 1963.

      • New Historicism:

        • Brannigan, John.  New Historicism and Cultural Materialism.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1998.

        • Cohen, Walter.  "Political Criticism of Shakespeare."  Shakespeare Reproduced: the Text in History and Ideology.  Ed. Jean E. Howard and Marion F. O'Connor.  London: Routledge, 1987.  18-46.

        • Cadzow, Hunter, Alison Conway and Bryce Traister.  “New Historicism.”  John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism

        • Cressy, David.  "Foucault, Stone, Shakespeare and Social History."  English Literary Renaissance (): 121-133.

        • Fish, Stanley.  "Commentary: the Young and the Restless."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  304-316.

          • There's No Such Thing As Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  243-256.

        • Fox-Genovese, Elizabeth.  "Literary Criticism and the Politics of the New Historicism."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  213-223. 

        • Gallagher, Catherine.  "Marxism and the New Historicism."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  38-48.
        • Goldberg, Jonathan.  "The Politics of Renaissance Literature: a Review Essay."  ELH 49 (1982): 514-542.
        • Howard, Jean.  "The New Historicism in Renaissance Studies" English Literary Renaissance 16 (1986): 13-43
        • Lentricchia, Frank.  "Foucault's Legacy - a New Historicism."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  231-242.

        • Levin, Richard.  "Bashing the Bourgeois Subject."  Textual Practice 3.1 (1989): .  76-86.

        • Pechter, Edward.  "The New Historicism and its Discontents."  PMLA 102.3 (1987): 292-302.

        • Terdiman, Richard.  "Is there a Class in this Class?"  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  225-230.

        • Thomas, Brook.  "The New Historicism and Other Old-Fashioned Topics."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  182-203.

        • Wayne, Don E.  "Power, Politics and the Shakespearean Text: Recent Criticism in England and the United States."  Shakespeare Reproduced: the Text in History and Ideology.  Ed. Jean E. Howard and Marion F. O'Connor.  London: Routledge, 1987.  47-67.

        • White, Hayden.  "New Historicism: a Comment."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989. 

        • Wilson, Richard.  "Introduction: Historicising New Historicism."  New Historicism and Renaissance Drama.  Ed. Wilson.  London: Longman, 1992.  1-18.

    • Intertextuality:
      • Allen, Graham.  Intertextuality.  London: Routledge, 2000.
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Intertextuality."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  175-178. 
      • Irwin, William.  "Against Intertextuality."  Philosophy and Literature 28.2 (2004): 227-242.
      • Johnson, Christopher M.  "Intertextuality and the Psychic Model."  Paragraph 2 (1988): 71-89.
      • Kellett, E. E.  Literary Quotation and Allusion.  1933.  Rpt. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1969.
    • Canonicity:
      • Guillory John.  "Canon."  Critical Terms for Literary Studies.  Ed. Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  233-249.

      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Canonicity."  PMLA 106 (1991): 110-121.

      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Canon."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  21-27. 
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Classic."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  27-30. 
      • Harris, Wendell V.  "Evaluation."  Dictionary of Concepts in Literary Criticism and Theory.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1992.  81-88.
      • Ross, Trevor.  The Making of the English Literary Canon from the Middle Ages to the Late Eighteenth Century.  Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, .
      • Smith, Barbara Hernstein.  "Value / Evaluation."  South Atlantic Quarterly 86.4 (1987): 445-455. 

        • Critical Terms for Literary Studies.  Ed. Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  177-185.

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