Language and Culture 4

Language and Culture VI

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Language and Culture 4 by Mind Map: Language and Culture 4

1. Catharsis

2. Investigate

3. Compare

4. Read

5. Analyse

6. Learn

7. Tools

7.1. Intertextuality

7.1.1. Id

7.1.2. Overt

7.1.3. Covered Symbolism Allegory

7.2. Psychological Approaches

7.2.1. Sigmund Freud Model of Psyche Ego Super-Ego

7.2.2. Collective Unconcious Carl Gustav Jung Model of Psyche Unconcious Mind Shadow

7.3. Critical Theory

7.3.1. Functionalism Socially and historycally centered Defamiliarisation Foreground Background Defamiliarisation

7.3.2. Formalism Text-centered Background Foreground

7.3.3. Marxism How goods have been produced. Technology used. Social relations at play. How the economic base relates to the superstructure. How institutions influence and are influenced by economic enterprises. Power relationships. Coercion Consent Complicity Powerless groups becoming empowered.

7.3.4. Cultural Materialism Socialist view and critique of culture and literature and the institutions that mantain them. Subversive Reading.

7.3.5. New Historicism Power relations at the moment of production of the piece, and its subsequent moments of reception and re-production. Emphasis on conformity.

7.3.6. Self

8. The world of Literature

8.1. Poetry

8.1.1. Poem Romance Social Context Elements

8.1.2. Peasants, Serfs

8.1.3. Song Epic Poem Type 0 Negative, 1996. Haunted, October Rust. War Songs Shakespeare, William (1609). Shakespeare's Sonnets. Sonnet 27. Sonnet Ballad Celtic Ballads

8.2. Tragedy

8.2.1. Roman Literarture Gore, violence, horror Ghosts, witches, magic, supernatural featres, madness

8.2.2. Greek Literature Hero Rise Downfall

8.2.3. Medieval Morality Plays Allegorical origins (sermon literature-homilies) Hero

9. Anagnorisis

10. Symbolism