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ENG280 - November 21.docx

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ENG280H1
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Chris Warley

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ENG280November 21Kristen YoungNot called a close reading in the same sense as Brooks and Auerbach but he isbasically doing the same thingExplains the theoretical complexities of Lacon but hes also doing something else In the first sentence he sets up the problem easiest way to detect the spirit of thetime is to look at when certain forms of art technique have changedoCan no longer do things the same way that they were done beforeSecretly teaches you Lacon along the wayThe answer usually escapes us because of its obviousnessAll the thingsproblems find their solution in the detectiveThe need to manufacture a solution is the flipside of the modernist coindesire the same thing in both types of novelthe psychoanalysis is invented at the same time as the detective and he transformsand shifts to conform to whatever the kind of novel isDreams are the form that Freud acts throughObvious thing that is lurking in the background is the role of the literary criticoTake what looks impenetrable and explain itoBut how are we supposed to get to the meaning of somethingThe phrase structured like a language is very important Have to abstract the things in the rebus and then look at them in relation to oneanotheroThat level is languageo Have to figure out a word that corres
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