Literary Criticism, Semiotics & Theory
Origins and Functions of Imaginative Literature by Richard W. Bevis
Why have so many cultures created what we call imaginative literature in the past, and still do? What prompts so many people to read literature? And how are we to understand the economy that links these producers and consumers? These and related ...
Gambling, Drama, and the Unexpected by Edwin Wong
WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT, BIRNAM WOOD COMES TO DUNSINANE HILL The Risk Theatre Model of Tragedy presents a profoundly original theory of drama that speaks to modern audiences living in an increasingly volatile world driven by artificial ...
Thinking through moral dilemmas in pursuit of justice by Otto B. Toews
In our complex world, how can we learn to think through moral dilemmas in the pursuit of justice? How do the words we associate with morality impact our understanding and application of it? In short, how can we enact equal measures of fairness among ...