Author Speller, John R.W
Title Bourdieu and Literature
Imprint Cambridge : Open Book Publishers, 2011
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Note Intro -- Table of Contents -- Abbreviations -- Introduction -- 1. Positions -- The field of reception -- The field of production -- Lévi-Strauss and structuralism -- The death of intellectuals -- Post-structuralism -- Appendix: the composition of Les Règles de l'Art -- 2. Methods -- Epistemological preliminaries -- The author's point of view -- The field of power -- The literary field -- Habitus and trajectory -- The space of possibilities -- World literary space -- Appendix: reflexivity and reading -- 3. Autonomy -- The evolution of the literary field -- Art and money -- Zola and the Dreyfus affair -- Reversals -- Autonomy and value -- 4. Science and Literature -- L'Éducation Sentimentale -- 'Le démontage impie de la fiction' -- Cross-overs -- Fiction and realism -- 5. Literature and Cultural Politics -- The production of the dominant ideology -- 'La Pensée Tietmeyer' -- On aesthetics and ideology -- A politics of form -- For a collective intellectual -- 6. Literature and Cultural Policy -- Reproduction and distinction -- Proposals for the future of education -- Between the state and the free market -- For a corporatism of the universal -- References -- A. Works by Pierre Bourdieu -- B. Secondary sources -- C. Collectively or anonymously authored works -- Index
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Subject Bourdieu, Pierre, -- 1930-2002.;Sociologists -- France.;Literature and society -- France
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