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Jonathan Culler: A checklist of writings on literary criticism and theory to 1994.

This enumerative bibliography of Jonathan Culler's publications in literary theory and criticism is divided into two parts. The first lists books that he has published or edited, and is arranged chronologically. The second lists shorter works - chapters, essays, reviews, and other substantial publications - which have appeared in volumes or journals, and are grouped by year of publication, through 1994.

Within the annual groupings in Part 2, publications that span two years are listed at the end of the group for the earlier date: thus an item appearing in the 1980-1981 volume of a journal will be listed under publications for 1980, at the end. Aside from this, the order of material within an annual group is that book reviews follow non-reviews. Reviews (regardless of whether they have titles) are listed alphabetically by title of the publication in which they appear; and, when more than one review was published in a given publication in the same year, the ordering is by page number within the publication volume. As for non-reviews, essays appearing in volumes precede those appearing in journals, followed by miscellaneous non-review publications, where again items in volumes (such as prefaces, encyclopedia articles, etc.) precede those in journals (responses, editorials, etc.). In any of these categories, English-language publications precede those in French.

The scope of this bibliography is limited in a number of respects. I have omitted some items which appeared in foreign-language or popular-press publications, or in publications that I judged ephemeral. Further, I have ignored instances where snippets of Culler's work have been reprinted in textbooks or the like. Further still, I have not been concerned with translations of books or essays by Culler into other languages (though there are a number of such instances). In regard to books especially, I have ignored British as opposed to American publication information, except where there is some significant difference (i.e., as to date, title, etc.).

One of my interests in arranging this listing has been to show, as clearly as possible, the interrelations between Culler's publications, especially in two kinds of case: (1) those where essays have appeared in similar versions under different titles, and (2) those where essay-length publications have been absorbed into chapters of books. In regard to the latter, the entries in the second part are cross-referenced to those in the first, where a short title is given in italics for any book that includes material published separately. Thus an essay like "Presupposition and Intertextuality" (1976), which appears in revised form as ch. 5 of The Pursuit of Signs (1981), is listed as "Revised in Pursuit 5," followed by the pagination for the essay as it appears in the book.

Entries that I have not been able to verify are marked with an asterisk.

I would like to thank my colleagues Craig Abbott and Robert Self for help on specific points in this bibliography. Most especially I would like to thank Jonathan Culler for his cooperation and assistance.

1. Books

Flaubert: The Uses of Uncertainty. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1974; rpt. 1985 ["Afterword" added, 233-38,264: inc. revision of "The Uses of Madame Bovary" (1981)].

Structuralist Poetics: Structuralism, Linguistics, and the Study of Literature [Poetics]. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1975.

Ch. 6 ("Literary Competence"). Rpt. in Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism. Ed. Jane Tompkins. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins UP, 1980. 101-17. Rpt. in Essays in Modern Stylistics. Ed. Donald C. Freeman. New York: Methuen, 1981.24-41.

Saussure. London: Fontana, 1976. U.S. ed.: Ferdinand de Saussure. New York: Penguin, 1977; revised ed., Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1986.

The Pursuit of Signs: Semiotics, Literature, Deconstruction. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981 [Pursuit].

On Deconstruction: Theory and Criticism after Structuralism [Deconstruction]. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1982.

Barthes. London: Fontana, 1983. U.S. ed.: Roland Barthes. New York: Oxford UP, 1983.

Framing the Sign: Criticism and Its Institutions. Normal: U of Oklahoma P, 1988 [Framing].

Ed. On Puns: The Foundation of Letters. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988.

2. Shorter Publications


Review of Milton and the Renaissance Hero, by John M. Steadman (1967). Oxford Magazine 23 Feb. 1968: 216-17.

1969 [=1970]

Review [unsigned] of Humanism and Terror, by Maurice Merleau-Ponty (1947), trans. John O'Neill (1969). Yale Review 59.2 (1970): vi, x. In "Reader's Guide."

"Mythological Logic." Review of Claude Levi-Strauss, The Raw and the Cooked (1964), trans. John and Doreen Weightman (1970). Yale Review 59 (1969-1970): 584-87.


Review of Critics of Consciousness: The Existential Structures of Literature, by Sarah Lawall (1968), and Panorama de la nouvelle critique en France, by Robert Emmett Jones (1968). Modern Language Review 65 (1970): 415-17.

Review of La Langage, ed. Andre Martinet (1968). Modern Language Review 65 (1970): 586-87.

"Interpreting Myths." Review of G. S. Kirk, Myth: Its Meaning and Functions in Ancient and Other Cultures (1970). Yale Review 60 (1970-1971): 108-14.


"Jakobson and the Linguistic Analysis of Literary Texts." Language and Style 5 (1971): 53-66. Parts revised in Poetics, ch. 3: "Jakobson's Poetic Analyses." 55-74, 268.

"Words and Things: Michel Foucault." Review of The Order of Things, by Michel Foucault (1966), trans. anon. (1971). Cambridge Review 29 Jan. 1971: 104-05.

"Signs of the Times." Review of Signs of the Times, ed. Stephen Heath, Colin MacCabe, and Christopher Prendergast (1971). Cambridge Review 28 May 1971: 225-26.

Review of Litterature 1 (1971). French Studies 25 (1971): 494-95.

Review of Linguistics and Literary Theory, by Karl Uitti (1969). Modern Language Review 66 (1971): 161-62.

Review of S/Z, by Roland Barthes (1970). Modern Language Review 66 (1971): 191-92.

"Frontiers of Criticism." Yale Review 61 (1971-1972): 259-71. Review essay on Paul de Man, Blindness and Insight (1971).


"Structure of Ideology and Ideology of Structure." New Literary History 4 (1972-1973): 471-82.

Revised in Poetics, ch. 10: "'Beyond' Structuralism: Tel Quel." 241-54, 272.

Review of Essais de stylistique structurale, by Michael Riffaterre (1971). Journal of Linguistics 8 (1972): 177-83.

Review of Extraterritorial: Papers on Literature and the Language Revolution, by George Steiner (1971). The Listener 27 April 1972: 557.

Review of Balzac to Beckett: Center and Circumference in French Fiction, by Leo Bersani (1970). Modern Language Review 67 (1972): 423-24.

Review of L'Etude des styles, by Bernard Dupriez (1969), and Un Certain style ou un style certain? Introduction a l'etude du style francais, by Paul Barratt and Monique Fol (1969). Style 6 (1972): 314-16.

"Genius on Genius." Review of L'Idiot de la famille, vol. 3, by Jean-Paul Sartre (1972). World Magazine 7 Nov. 1972: 62, 64.

"Language and Knowledge." Yale Review 62 (1972-1973): 290-96. Review essay on Fredric Jameson, The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism (1972), and Michel Foucault, The Archaeology of Knowledge (1969), trans. A. M. Sheridan-Smith (1972).


"The Linguistic Basis of Structuralism." Structuralism: An Introduction. Ed. David Robey. Oxford: Clarendon, 1973, rpt. 1976. 20-36.

Parts in Poetics, ch. 1: "The Linguistic Foundation." 3-31, 267.

"Structural Semantics and Poetics." Centrum 1 (1973): 5-22.

Revised in Poetics, ch. 4: "Greimas and Structural Semantics." 75-95, 268-69.

"Paradox and the Language of Morals in La Rochefoucauld." Modern Language Review 68 (1973): 28-39.

"Phenomenology and Structuralism." The Human Context 5.1 (1973): 35-42.(*)

Viewpoint. Times Literary Supplement 9 March 1973: 266.

Review of Maurice Blanchot et la question de l'ecriture, by Francoise Collin (1971). French Studies 27 (1973): 231-32.

Review of Dialectique creatrice et structure de l'oevre litteraire, by Max Bilen (1971). French Studies 27 (1973): 483-84.

Review of Au dela du structuralisme, by Henri Lefebvre (1971). French Studies 27 (1973): 484-85.

Review of Introduction a la Semiologie, by Georges Mounin (1970), and La Semiologie, by Pierre Guiraud (1971). French Studies 27 (1973): 497-98.

"Mythological Cadenza." Review of L'homme nu, by Claude Levi-Strauss (1971). The Human Context 5.1 (1973): 227-29.(*)

Review of From Symbolism to Structuralism, by James Boon. (1972). The Human Context 5.1 (1973): 238-40.(*)

Review of Literary Style: A Symposium, ed. Seymour Chatman (1971). Journal of Linguistics 9 (1973): 356-60.

Review of Jean-Paul Sartre: The Philosopher as a Literary Critic, by Benjamin Suhl (1970). Modern Language Review 68 (1973): 425-26.

Review of Poetique de la prose, by Tzvetan Todorov (1971), and Le Texte du roman, by Julia Kristeva (1970). Modern Language Review 68 (1973): 900-01.

[Unsigned:] "Poetic Parallelisms." Review of Questions de poetique, by Roman Jakobson, ed. Tzvetan Todorov (1973). Times Literary Supplement 25 May 1971: 591.

[Unsigned:] "Saying the World." Review of Le Poetique, by Mikel Dufrenne ([1963: 2nd ed., revised] 1973). Times Literary Supplement 5 Oct. 1973:1191.

"Text, Theme, and Theory." Yale Review 63 (1973-1974): 439-47. Review essay on Seymour Chatman, ed., Approaches to Poetics (1973); David Thorburn and Geoffrey Hartman, eds., Romanticism (1973); Tzvetan Todorov, The Fantastic (1970), trans. Richard Howard (1973).


"Making Sense." Twentieth Century Studies 12 (1974): 27-36.(*)

Introduction. Course in General Linguistics. Trans. Wade Baskin. London: Fontana/Collins, 1974. xi-xxv.

[Unsigned:] Commentary. "Signs and Portents." Times Literary Supplement 14 June 1974: 636.

"Semiotics"; "Structuralism." Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Alex Preminger. Enl. ed. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1974. 980-82, 983-86. "Structuralism" revised as Part III of "Structuralism: French and American Schools," in The New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Ed. Alex Preminger and T. V. F. Brogan. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993. 1219-23.

Review of Essais de semiotique poetique, by A.-J. Greimas, et al. (1972). French Studies 28 (1974): 356-57.

Review of Essais de la theorie du texte, ed. Charles Bouazis (1973). Journal of Literary Semantics 2 (1974): 114-16.

Review of L'Idiot de la famille, vols. 1-2, by Jean-Paul Sartre (1971). Modern Language Review 69 (1974): 419-21.

Review of Literary Theory and Structure: Essays in Honor of William K. Wimsatt, ed. Frank Brady, John Palmer, and Martin Price (1973). Modern Language Review 69 (1974): 497-98.

Review of Problemes de l'analyse textuelle, ed. Pierre Leon, et al. (1971). Modern Language Review 69 (1974): 829-30.

Compte rendu: "[Michel] Arrive's Les langages de Jarry" (1972). Semiotica 12 (1974): 257-62.

"Addressing Literature." Review of Stylistics, by G. W. Turner (1973), and Structural Aspects of Language Change, by James Anderson (1973). Times Higher Education Supplement 15 Feb. 1974: 18.

[Unsigned:] "Impersonal Pronouns." Review of Le pas au-dela, by Maurice Blanchot (1973). Times Literary Supplement 12 Apr. 1974: 389.

[Unsigned:] "Things that Signify." Review of Peirce's Concept of Sign, by Douglas Greenlee (1973). Times Literary Supplement 19 Apr. 1974: 412.

[Unsigned:] "Organization Men." Review of Structuralism in Literature, by Robert Scholes (1974). Times Literary Supplement 2 Aug. 1974: 824,

"How to be Critical." Review of The Literary Text, by P.M. Wetherill (1974). Times Literary Supplement 15 Nov. 1974: 1292.

Commentary. New Literary History 6 (1974-1975): 219-29. On issue (On Metaphor).

"The Frontier of Criticism." Yale Review 64 (1974-1975): 606-12. Review essay on Roland Barthes, S/Z (1970), trans. Richard Miller (1974); John M. Ellis, The Theory of Literary Criticism (1974); Wolfgang Iser, The Implied Reader (1974); W. K. Wimsatt, ed., Literary Criticism: Idea and Act (1974).


"Defining Narrative Units." Style and Structure in Literature. Ed. Roger Fowler. Oxford: Blackwell, 1975. 123-42.

"Towards a Theory of Non-Genre Literature." Surfiction: Fiction Now . . . and Tomorrow. Ed. Raymond Federman. Chicago: Swallow, 1975; rpt. 1981. 255-62.

"Structuralism." Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century. [Ed. Wolfgang B. Fleischmann. New York: Ungar, 1975.(*)] Rpt. revised ed., 1984. Ed. Leonard S. Klein. 4 vols. 4: 359-63.

"Stanley Fish and the Righting of the Reader." Diacritics 5.1 (Spring 1975): 26-31. Review essay on Fish, Self-Consuming Artifacts (1972).

Revised as Pursuit 6:119-31, 233.

"Stendhal and the Elusive." Essays in Criticism 25 (1975). Review of Geoffrey Strickland, Stendhal: The Education of a Novelist (1974).

Review of Modern French Criticism, ed. John K. Simon (1972). French Studies 29 (1975): 114-15.

"The Reveries of Matter." Times Literary Supplement 28 Feb. 1975, 230. Review of vols. on Gaston Bachelard.

Framing 6: "Bachelard's Images." 96-106.

"Literary History, Allegory, and Semiology." New Literary History 7 (1975-1976): 259-70.

"Reading and Misreading." Yale Review 65 (1975-1976): 88-95. Review essay on Harold Bloom, A Map of Misreading (1975); Ralph Cohen ed., New Directions in Literary History (1974); Geoffrey Hartman, The Fate of Misreading (1975).


"Beyond Interpretation: The Prospects of Contemporary Criticism." Comparative Literature 28 (1976): 244-56. Rpt. Critical Theory since 1965. Ed. Hazard Adams and Leroy Searle. Tallahassee: Florida State UP, 1986. 321[2]-29.

Revised as Pursuit 1: "Beyond Interpretation." 3-17, 227-28.

"Presupposition and Intertextuality." MLN 91 (1976): 1380-96.

Revised in Pursuit 5: 100-18, 232-33.

"Deciphering the Signs of the Times." Times Higher Education Supplement 24 Sept. 1976: 15. Rpt. Leonardo 10 (1977): 322-23.


"Structuralism and Literature." Contemporary Approaches to English Studies. Ed. Hilda Schiff. New York: Barnes and Noble, 1977. 59-76. Rpt. Contexts for Criticism. Ed. Donald Keesey. 2nd ed. Mountain View, CA: Mayfield, 1994. 280-89. [1st ed., 1987.(*)]

"American Interdisciplinary Criticism, 1940-1974"; "Linguistics as a Model for Poetics." Twentieth-Century American Criticism: Interdisciplinary Approaches. Ed. Rajnath. New Delhi: Arnold-Heinmann, 1977. 17-30, 93-101.

"In Pursuit of Signs." Daedalus 106 (1977): 95-111.

Pursuit 2: 18-43, 228-29.

"Apostrophe." Diacritics 7.4 (Winter 1977): 59-69.

Revised in Pursuit 7: 135-54, 233-34.

Foreword. The Poetics of Prose. By Tzvetan Todorov [1971]. Trans. Richard Howard. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1977. 7-13.

"Times of the Sign." Review of Theories du symbole, by Tzvetan Todorov (1977). Times Literary Supplement 9 Sept. 1977: 1072.

"On Trope and Persuasion." New Literary History 9 (1977-1978): 607-18. Discussion [of issue (Rhetoric I: Rhetorical Analyses)].


"The Uses of Uncertainty Re-Viewed." Bulletin of the Midwest MLA 11 (1978): 13-18. Rpt. The Horizon of Literature. Ed. Paul Hernadi. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1982. 299-306.

Review of Semiotique narrative et textuelle, ed. Claude Chabrol (1973). French Studies 32 (1978): 367-68.


"Jacques Derrida." Structuralism and Since. Ed. John Sturrock. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1979. 154-80.

Parts in Deconstruction, ch. 2, part 1: "Writing and Logocentrism." 89-110.

"Allegory and the Status of Literary Semiotics." A Semiotic Landscape. Ed. Seymour Chatman, et. al. Approaches to Semiotics 29. The Hague: Mouton, 1979. 620-24.

"Rethinking the Graduate Curriculum." ADE Bulletin 62 (1979): 19-26.

Pursuit 11: "Literary Theory in the Graduate Program." 210-26, 237-38.

"Structuralism and Grammatology." Boundary 28 (1979): 75-85. Issue rpt. as The Question of Textuality. Ed. William V. Spanos, Paul A. Bove, and Daniel O'Hara. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1982.

"Semiotics and Deconstruction." Poetics Today 1.1-2 (Autumn 1979): 137-41.

"Comparative Literature and Literary Theory." Michigan Germanic Studies 5 (1979): 170-84.

"The Critical Assumption." SCE Reports 6 (1979); 77-84.(*)

"The Critic as Mind-Reader." Review of Critical Understanding, by Wayne C. Booth (1979). Times Literary Supplement 21 Dec. 1979: 156.


"Prolegomena to a Theory of Reading." The Reader in the Text: Essays on Audience and Interpretation. Ed. Susan Suleiman and Inge Crosman. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1980. 46-66.

Parts in Pursuit 3: "Semiotics as a Theory of Reading." 47-79, 229-31.

"Genre and Discourse." Proceedings of the 8th Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association, Vol. 2: Comparative Literature and Theory of Literature. Ed. Bela Kopeczi and Gyorgy M. Vajda. Stuttgart: Bieber, 1980. 895-97.

"Fabula and Sjuzhet in the Analysis of Narrative: Some American Discussions." Poetics Today 1.3 (Spring 1980): 27-37.

Revised as Pursuit 9: "Story and Discourse in the Analysis of Narrative." 169-87, 235-36.

Foreword. Narrative Discourse. By Gerard Genette [1972]. Trans. Jane E. Lewin. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1980. 7-13.

"Reply to [Anton] van der Hoven." Poetics Today 2 (1980-1981): 209-12. To "Culler on Saussure": 203-07.


"The Semiotics of Poetry: Two Approaches." Semiotic Themes. Ed. Richard T. De George. U of Kansas Humanistic Studies 53. Lawrence: U of Kansas Publications, 1981.75-93.

Pursuit 4: "Riffaterre and the Semiotics of Poetry." 80-99, 231-32.

"The Mirror Stage." High Romantic Argument: Essays for M. H. Abrams. Ed. Lawrence Lipking. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981. 149-63.

Revised as Pursuit 8: 155-68, 234-35.

"The Problem of Metaphor." Language, Meaning and Style: Essays in Memory of Stephen Ullman. Ed. T. E. Hope, et al. Leeds: Leeds UP, 1981. 5-20.

Revised as Pursuit 10: "The Turns of Metaphor." 188-209, 236-37.

"Issues in Contemporary American Critical Debate." American Criticism in the Poststructuralist Age. Ed. Ira Konigsberg. Michigan Studies in the Humanities. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan, 1981. 1-18. Rpt. as "Issues in American Critical Debate." Amsterdamer Beitrage zur Neueren Germanistik 15 (1982): 9-29.(*)

"Semiotics: Communication and Signification." Image and Code. Ed. Wendy Steiner. Michigan Studies in the Humanities 2. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan, 1981. 78-84.

"Convention and Meaning: Derrida and Austin." New Literary History 13 (1981-1982): 15-30. Rpt. Contemporary Literary Criticism: Literary and Cultural Studies, 2nd ed. Ed. Robert Con Davis and Ronald Schleifer. New York: Longman, 1989. 215[6]-28. Rpt. 3rd ed. 1994. 307[8]-19.

Expanded in Deconstruction, ch. 2, part 2: "Meaning and Iterability." 110-34.

"The Uses of Madame Bovary." Diacritics 11.3 (Fall 1981): 74-81. Rpt. Flaubert and Postmodernism. Ed. Naomi Schor and Henry F. Majewski. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1984. 1-12.

Parts revised in "Afterword" to 1985 rpt. of Flaubert: The Uses of Uncertainty (1974).

"Semiotics of Tourism." American Journal of Semiotics 1.1-2 (1981): 1-21.

Framing 9: "The Semiotics of Tourism." 152-67.

"Semiotic Consequences." Studies in Twentieth Century Literature 6 (1981-1982): 5-15.

"The Application of Theory." James Joyce Quarterly 18 (1981): 287-92.

"Une Marge." Bouvard et Pecuchet Centenaires [=Analytica [#]24-25]. Ed. Dominique-Gilbert Laporte. Paris: Ornicar, 1981. 41-49.

Preface. Pursuit vii-xii.


"Literature and Linguistics." Interrelations of Literature. Ed. Jean-Pierre Barricelli and Joseph Gibaldi. New York: MLA, 1982. 1-24.


"At the Boundaries: Barthes and Derrida." At the Boundaries. Ed. Herbert L. Sussman. Boston: Northeastern U, Center for Literary Studies, 1983. 23-41.


"Problems in the 'History' of Contemporary Criticism." Bulletin of the Midwest MLA 17 (1984): 3-15.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).

"Textual Self-Consciousness and the Textual Unconscious." Style 18 (1984): 369-76.

Preface. Themes and Texts: Toward a Poetics of Expressiveness. By Alexander Zholkovsky [essays 1960-1980]. Ed. Kathleen Parthe. Trans. Zholkovsky. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1984. 7-10.

"Problems in the Theory of Fiction." Diacritics 14.1 (Spring 1984): 2-11. Review of Mary Louise Pratt, Towards a Speech Act Theory of Literary Discourse (1977), and Susan Sniader Lanser, The Narrative Act (1981).

Framing 12: 201-16.

Review of Terry Eagleton, Literary Theory: An Introduction (U of Minnesota P, 1984). Poetics Today 5 (1984): 149-56.

"A Critic against the Christians." Times Literary Supplement 23 Nov. 1984: 1327-28. Review of William Empson, Using Biography (1984), other vols.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).


"Changes in the Study of the Lyric." Lyric Poetry: Beyond New Criticism. Ed. Chaviva Hosek and Patricia Parker. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1985. 38-54.

"Junk and Rubbish: A Semiotic Approach." Diacritics 15.3 (Spring 1985): 2-12. Review of Michael Thompson, Rubbish Theory (Oxford UP, 1979). Framing 10: "Rubbish Theory" 168-82.

"Communicative Competence and Normative Force." New German Critique [#]35 (1985): 133-44.

Framing 11: "Habermas and Norms of Language." 185-200.

"Reading Lyric." Yale French Studies 69 (1985): 98-106. Issue: The Lesson of Paul de Man.

"Introduction: The Identity of the Literary Text." Identity of the Literary Text. Ed. Mario J. Valdes and Owen Miller. Toronto: U of Toronto P, 1985. 3-15.

"What Are Things Coming To?" ADE Bulletin 80 (1985): 8-10.


"Comparative Literature and the Pieties." Profession 86. New York: MLA, 1986. 30-32. Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).

"Lyric Continuities: Speaker and Consciousness." Neohelicon 13 (1986): 105-23.

"Rhetoric and Poetics." Princeton Handbook of Poetic Terms. Ed. Alex Preminger. Revised ed. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1986. 230-33. Revision of entry by M. T. Herrick (1965).

"Deconstruction." Encyclopedic Dictionary of Semiotics. Ed. Thomas A. Sebeok. 3 vols. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1986. 1: 174-75.

Cecile Lindsay, J. C., and Eduardo Cadava, trans. Memoires: For Paul de Man. By Jacques Derrida. New York: Columbia UP, 1986; revised ed., 1989. J. C. trans. Lecture II: "The Art of Memoires." 45-88.


"Criticism and Institutions: The American University." Post-Structuralism and the Question of History. Ed. Derek Attridge, Geoff Bennington, and Robert Young. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1987. 82-98.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).

"The Future of Criticism." The Current in Criticism: Essays on the Present and Future of Literary Theory. Ed. Clayton Koelb and Virgil Lokke. W. Lafayette, IN: Purdue UP, 1987. 27-41.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).

"Towards a Linguistics of Writing." The Linguistics of Writing: Arguments between Language and Literature. Ed. Nigel Fabb, Derek Attridge, Alan Durant, and Colin MacCabe. New York: Methuen, 1987. 173-84 Framing 13: 217-30.

"Poststructuralist Criticism." Style 21 (1987): 167-80.

"La critique litttraire et l'universite: modeles conflictuels." Etudes francaises 23 (1987-1988): 75-88. Issue: L'Enseignement de la litterature dans le monde.

Peter Brooks, Norman Podhoretz, A. Bartlett Giamatti, and J. C. "Excerpts from the Symposium on 'The Humanities and the Public Interest.'" Yale Journal of Criticism 1 (1987-1988): 183-91. Written contribution: 186-91.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).


"Deconstruction and the Law." Framing 8: 139-52.

"The Call of the Phoneme: Introduction." On Puns. 1-16.

"Paul de Man." Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 67: Modern American Critics since 1955. Ed. Gregory S. Jay. Detroit: Gale Research, 1988. 74-89.(*)

Framing 7: "De Man's Rhetoric." 107-35.

"The Modern Lyric: Generic Continuity and Critical Practice." The Comparative Perspective on Literature: Approaches to Theory and Practice. Ed. Clayton Koelb and Susan Noakes. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1988. 284-99.

"Interpretations: Data or Goals?" Poetics Today 9 (1988): 275-90. Issue rpt. as The Rhetoric of Interpretation and the Interpretation of Rhetoric. Ed. Paul Hernadi. Durham NC: Duke UP, 1989. 23-38.

Preface. Framing vii-xi.

"An Interview with Jonathan Culler." By Thomas F. Bertonneau. Paroles Gelees: UCLA French Studies 6 (1988): 1-14.

"GRIP's Grasp: A Comment." Poetics Today 9 (1988): 783-89. On issue: Papers from the Fourth Annual Meeting of the GRIP Project.

"The Case of Paul de Man." Chronicle of Higher Education. July 13, 1988: B1.(*)

"Wellek's Modern Criticism." Journal of the History of Ideas 49 (1988): 347-51. Review of Rene Wellek, A History of Modern Criticism, 1750-1950, vols. 5 and 6 (1986).

"Semiotic Ambitions." American Journal of Semiotics 6 (1988-1989): unpaginated [first 12 pp. of number 2/3, preceding p. 139]. Presidential Address, Semiotic Society of America.


George Levine, Peter Brooks, J. C., Marjorie Garber, E. Ann Kaplan, and Catharine R. Stimpson. Speaking for the Humanities. N.p.: American Council of Learned Societies, 1989. Occasional Paper #7.

"Paul de Man's Contribution to Literary Criticism and Theory." The Future of Literary Theory. Ed. Ralph Cohen. New York: Routledge, 1989. 268-79, 429. Revised as "The Future of Paul de Man." Colloquium Helveticum 11-12 (1990): 259-74.(*)

"On the Negativity of Modern Poetry: Friedrich, Baudelaire, and the Critical Tradition." Languages of the Unsayable: The Play of Negativity in Literature and Literary Theory. Ed. Sanford Budick and Wolfgang Iser. New York: Columbia UP, 1989. 189-208.

"The Power of Division." The Difference Within: Feminism and Critical Theory. Ed. Elisabeth Meese and Alice Parker. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 1989. 149-83.

"Imagining Changes." The Future of Doctoral Studies in English. Ed. Andrea Lunsford, Helene Moglen, and James F. Slevin. New York: MLA, 1989. 79-83.

"Wilde's Criticism: Theory and Practice." Omnium Gatherum: Essays for Richard Ellmann. Ed. Susan Dick, et al. Gerrard's Cross: Colin Smythe, 1989. 402-06, 472.

"La Litterarite." Theorie Litteraire: problemes et perspectives. Ed. Marc Angenot, et al. Paris: PUF, 1989. 31-43.

Foreword. The Structure of Complex Words. By William Empson. Rpt. [of 1951 ed.], Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1989. v-xiii.

Framing 5: "Empson's Complex Words." 85-95.

"'Paul de Man's War' and the Aesthetic Ideology." Critical Inquiry 15 (1989): 777-83. Response to Jacques Derrida, "Paul de Man's War" [CI 14 (1988): 590-652].


"Political Criticism." Writing the Future. Ed. David Wood. London: Routledge, 1990. 192-204.

Revised in Framing, Part I (chs. 1-4).

"Intertextuality and Interpretation: Baudelaire's 'Correspondences.'" Nineteenth-Century French Poetry. Ed. Christopher Prendergast. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1990. 118-37.

"Laws and Conventions in Literary History." Os Estudios Literarios: Entre Ciencia e Hermeneutica Proceedings of the First Congress of the Portuguese Comparative Literature Association, Lisbon 1990. 2 vols. 2: 167-70.(*)

"Baudelaire's Misogyny." Os Estudios Literarios. [Above] 2: 289-94.(*)

"Anti-Foundational Philology." Comparative Literature Studies 27 (1990): 49-52. Issue rpt. as On Philology. Ed. Jan Ziolkowski. University Park: Pennsylvania State UP, 1990.

"Resisting Theory." Cardozo Law Review 11 (1990): 1565-83.

"Baudelaire and Poe." Zeitschrift fur Franzozische Sprache und Literatur 100 (1990): 61-73.

Review of I. A. Richards: His Life and Work, by John Paul Russo (1989). Times Literary Supplement 9-15 March 1990: 246.


"Violence and Justice: Baudelaire's 'Assomons les pauvres!'" Cardozo Law Review 13 (1991): 229-36.

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