2 edition of In search of authority found in the catalog.
In search of authority
Henry S. Kariel
|Statement||by Henry S. Kariel.|
|Series||History of Western political thought,, 5|
|LC Classifications||JA83 .K27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 258 p.|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||64021205|
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From the Back Cover. In Search of Authority is the most engaging introduction to literary theory available today. This is the third edition of a book that has been widely used to introduce undergraduates to the field of literary theory.
Its distinctive quality is the way in which it makes complex literary theories, such as structuralism, Cited by: 8. About the Author. Educated at Queen's University, Oxford, and the University of Nancy, France, Stephen Bonnycastle is Professor of English at the Royal Military College of Canada.
He edited 'The Journal of Literary Theory' from toand is the president of the Association for Bibliotherapy in Canada/5(5). In Search of Authority is the most engaging introduction to literary theory available today. This is the third edition of a book that has been widely used to introduce undergraduates to the field of literary theory.
Its distinctive quality is the way in which it makes complex literary theories. By Philip B. Kurland, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Philip B. Kurland, "A Doctrine in Search of Authority," in Church and State in American History, John F. Wilson eds.
(D.C. Heath & Company, ).Author: Philip B. Kurland. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Authority is a novel by Jeff VanderMeer. It is the second in a series of three books called the Southern Reach Trilogy.
In an interview, VanderMeer stated that, "if Annihilation is an expedition into Area X, then Authority is an expedition into the Southern Reach, the agency sending in the expeditions.".Author: Jeff VanderMeer.
In Authority, the ambiguity is as abundant as it was in the first book yet the characters are a little more personable.
Chiefly, they have names not just In Annihilation, we were exposed to the strange and dangerous other world of Area X; terrain cut-off from the rest of land by some mysterious event/5.