Curated by Dr David Russell, King’s College London.
6.15-7.45pm, Monday 2nd June
Room 7.01, Virginia Woolf Building, 22 Kingsway, London WC2B 6NR
Following on from previous discussion on I.A. Richards and his recommendations about modes of apprehending literature and the world, we will consider the question of aesthetic ambiguity and resistance in works by William Empson and Paul de Man.
Paul de Man, ‘The Resistance to Theory‘*, Yale French Studies, 63, (1982). (Access via JSTOR)
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