アイロニー<br>Irony (The New Critical Idiom)

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Irony (The New Critical Idiom)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 224 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415251334
  • DDC分類 809.918

基本説明

Looks closely at the work of Socrates and more contemporary theorists such as Jacques Derrida and Gilles Deleuze.

Full Description


In this handy volume, Claire Colebrook offers an overview of the history and structure of irony, from Socrates to the present.Students will welcome this clear, concise guide, which:*traces the use of the concept through history, from Greek times to the Romantic period and on to the postmodern era*looks closely at the work of Socrates and the more contemporary theorists Jacques Derrida and Gilles Deleuze*explores the philosophical, literary and political dimensions of irony*applies theories of irony to literary textsMaking even the most difficult debates accessible and clear, this is the ideal student introduction to the many theories of irony.

Table of Contents

SERIES EDITOR'S PREFACE                            vii
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ix
1 The Concept of Irony 1 (21)
The History of Irony: From Eironeia to Ironia 1 (8)
Medieval and Renaissance Irony 9 (4)
Cosmic, Tragic or Dramatic Irony and Everyday 13 (3)
Irony
The Problem of Irony 16 (2)
Determining Irony through Value 18 (4)
2 The Philosophy of Irony: Plato and Socrates 22 (25)
Plato's Symposium 30 (7)
The Politics of Irony after Socrates 37 (4)
Stable Irony and Recognition 41 (6)
3 Romantic Irony 47 (25)
The Ironic Fall 48 (3)
Irony as a Style of Existence 51 (3)
Contradiction: Dostoevsky, Blake, Swift 54 (7)
German Romantic Irony: Contexts and Difference 61 (7)
The Fractured Absolute 68 (4)
4 Beyond Irony and Subjectivity: Byron and Swift 72 (23)
The Ironic Subject 72 (8)
Swift and Unreason 80 (9)
Irony against Satire: Byron 89 (12)
Deconstruction and Affirmation: Derrida 101(6)
Allegory and Irony: Paul de Man 107
5 Irony out of Context: Derrida, Nietzsche and 95 (16)
de Man
Post-structuralism: Derrida 95 (3)
Nietzsche 98 (3)
Deconstruction and Affirmation: Derrida 101(6)
Allegory and Iron: Paul de Man 107(4)
6 Satire and the Limits of Irony: From Byron 111(20)
and Swift to Butler
The Limits of Language 112(3)
Romantic Ideology: McGann 115(5)
Ethics and Postmodern Irony 120(1)
The Ironic Subject and History 121(5)
Performative Politics and Gender: Judith 126(5)
Butler
7 Humour and Irony: Deleuze and Guattari 131(22)
Humour 135(4)
Satire and Literary History 139(5)
The Literary Subject and the Emergence of 144(3)
Irony
Joyous Stupidity 147(6)
8 Postmodernism, Parody and Irony: Rorty, 153(24)
Hutcheon, Austen, Joyce and Carter
Richard Rorty: Irony and Pragmatism 154(4)
Linda Hutcheon and the Politics of Postmodern 158(2)
Irony
Free-indirect Style: Austen and Joyce 160(4)
Postmodern Immanence 164(5)
Angela Carter 169(8)
Conclusion 177(2)
GLOSSARY 179(7)
REFERENCES 186(6)
INDEX 192