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8.Have you not wondered how God created the beautiful world?
WHAT I CAN DOActivity 2.APPROACHED IN LITERARYCRITICISMWHAT IT IS(Definition)HOW IT IS DONE(Technique in Writing)Example:FORMALISMThis approach regards literatureas “a unique form of humanknowledge that needs to beexamined on its own terms.A primary goal for formalistcritics is to determine howelements of form (style,structure, tone, imagery, etc.)work together with the text’scontent to shape its effectsupon readers.GENDER CRITICISMThis approach "investigates howsexual identity affects thecreation and reception of worksof literature."The purpose is to examine howsexual identity influences thereader of a text and how imagesof men and women inimaginative literature reflect orrepudiate the social forces thathave traditionally prevented thesexes from achieving totalequality.FEMINIST CRITICISMThis approach uncovers imagesof women and feminineconcepts in myth and literature;itemployspsychological,archetypal, and sociologicalapproaches.Attemptstobalance the scales by analyzingand combating such attitudes—by questioning.Feminist critics' goals include"analyzing how sexual identityinfluences a text's reader" and"examining how images of menand women in imaginativeliterature reflect or reject thesocialforcesthathavehistorically kept the sexes fromattaining complete equality."HISTORICALThismethod"seekstoUnderstanding the effects of a
comprehend a literary work byexamining the social, cultural,and intellectual context in whichit was created—a context thatmust include the artist'sbiography and milieu."literary work on its originalreaders is a key goal forhistorical critics.READER-RESPONSECRITICISMThe central tenet of thisapproach is that "literature"occurs not as an artifact on aprinted page, but also as atransaction between both thephysical text and the mind of areader.

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Professor
Ellie Banoc
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