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Author:
Geoffrey H. Hartman
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978-0748620173
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0748620176
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Edinburgh University Press (2004)
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Geoffrey H. Hartman (August 11, 1929 – March 14, 2016) was a German-born American literary theorist, sometimes identified with the Yale School of deconstruction. Hartman (August 11, 1929 – March 14, 2016) was a German-born American literary theorist, sometimes identified with the Yale School of deconstruction, although he cannot be categorised by a single school or method. Hartman spent most of his career in the comparative literature department at Yale University, where he also founded the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies.

Geoffrey Hartman is Emeritus Professor of English at Yale University. He has led a distinguished academic career and is widely known for his work on Romanticism, the interpretation of poetry, literary theory and the Holocaust. Hartmann, as the family name was then spelled, was born in Frankfurt on Aug. 11, 1929. In a curious augury for one whose life would center on signification, his middle initial stood for nothing. His father left the family when Geoffrey was very young. To navigate the world of wild surmise in which the critical mind so often dwells, it behooves the critic, Professor Hartman said, to hew a path through the textual landscape.

Book Overview The essays in this reader, preceded by an important autobiographical introduction, present the full range of Hartman's.

Geoffrey Hartman is a pivotal figure in twentieth-century literary thinking, especially in literary theory and its transformation into such fields as Holocaust studies, trauma studies, and work on witnessing and testimony.

Geoffrey Hartman is a pivotal figure in twentieth-century literary thinking, especially in literary theory and its transformation into such fields as Holocaust studies, trauma studies, and work . Geoffrey H. Hartman, Daniel T. O'Hara. The essays in this reader, preceded by an important autobiographical introduction, present the full range of Hartman's interests, which cover almost the entire field of contemporary literature and culture-from poetry through psychoanalysis and trauma studies to midrash and the media revolution.

The Geoffrey Hartman Reader is long overdue. Geoffrey Hartman has been a major literary/cultural figure since the late 1950s and his energies continue unabated. ―Stanley Fish University of Illinois at Chicago).

Deconstruction And Criticism (Question What You Thought Before). 4042 RUR. Minor Prophecies – The Literary Essay in the Culture Wars. Jacques Derrida, Geoffrey H. Hartman, J. Hillis Miller, Harold Bloom, Paul De Man. 1496 RUR. The Fateful Question of Culture. 4226 RUR. The Fateful Question of Culture (Paper). 1833 RUR. Holocaust Remembrance. 2350 RUR. A Critic?s Journey – Literacy Reflections, 1958– 1998. 2820 RUR. Criticism in the Wilderness. Hartman, German-born American literary critic and theorist who opposed Anglo-American formalism . In his first book, The Unmediated Vision (1954), Hartman argued that poetry mediates between its readers and direct experience, much as religion did in more religious eras.

In his first book, The Unmediated Vision (1954), Hartman argued that poetry mediates between its readers and direct experience, much as religion did in more religious eras. Romantic poetry especially interested him, and he wrote several books on William Wordsworth, including Wordsworth’s Poetry, 1787–1814 (1964; rev. e. 1971) and The Unremarkable Wordsworth (1987).

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  • Be ready to be depressed. Very heady writing, sometimes to the point of being obtuse, but once you get past all the erudition, you will find some great theories. . . go back and read Blanchot as a primer.

  • Geoffrey Hartman invite, evokes, offers, a kind of care with texts that continues to be fresh and inexhaustible.

    Not sure (per the other review) what is depressing about this. The areas of inquiry are difficult and range across many movements and moments in Hartman's career and scholarly work.

    This is a collection to savor. One will not read things the same way after reading "with" Hartman.

    A great teacher and an exquisite writer.