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Literary Criticism
Stanley Fish Links:

    -BOOK SITE: Surprised by Sin by Stanley Fish (Harvard University Press)
    -EXCERPT: from Boutique Multiculturalism, or Why Liberals Are Incapable of Thinking about Hate Speech (Stanley Fish, Winter 1997, Critical Inquiry)
    -ESSAY: The Free-Speech Follies: Sure there are free-speech issues on campus -- just not that many (STANLEY FISH, 6/13/03, Chronicle of Higher Education)
    -ESSAY: Condemnation Without Absolutes (Stanley Fish, October 15, 2001, NY Times)
    -ESSAY: Postmodern warfare: the ignorance of our warrior intellectuals (Stanley Fish, July 2002, Harper's)
    Save the World on Your Own Time (STANLEY FISH, January 23, 2003, Chronicle of Higher Education)
    -ESSAY: Don't Blame Relativism (Stanley Fish)
    -ESSAY: Why We Can't All Just Get Along (Stanley Fish, February 1996, First Things)
    -ESSAY: Stanley Fish replies to Richard John Neuhaus (Stanley Fish, February 1996, First Things)
    -ESSAY: Stop the Presses (Stanley Fish, May 24, 2002, Chronicle of Higher Education)
    -ESSAY: Let the Bad Times Roll (Stanley Fish, December 13, 2002, Chronicle of Higher Education)
    -ESSAY: Just Published: Minutiae Without Meaning (Stanley Fish, September 7, 1999, New York Times)
    -ESSAY: Reverse Racism, or How the Pot Got to Call the Kettle Black: In America "whites once set themselves apart from blacks and claimed privileges for themselves while denying them to others," the author writes. "Now, on the basis of race, blacks are claiming special status and reserving for themselves privileges they deny to others. Isn't one as bad as the other? The answer is no" (Stanley Fish, November 1993, The Atlantic)
    -REVIEW: of Impartiality in Context: Grounding Justice in a Pluralist World by Shane O'Neill (Stanley Fish, Jurist)
    -INTERVIEW: Stanley Agonistes: An Interview with Stanley Fish (Jeffrey Williams, 2001, the minnesota review)
    -INTERVIEW: The one that got away: Paul Sheehan talks to an American scholar whose maverick views on free speech and multiculturalism have upset almost everyone. (Sydney Morning Herald, May 18 2002)
    -INTERVIEW: "There is no such thing as free speech": an interview with Stanley Fish (Peter Lowe & Annemarie Jonson, February 1998, Australian Humanities Review)
    -INTERVIEW: Islam, Post-September 11: Strenuous efforts to deny the role religion played in the September 11 attack on America are the result of political correctness and do not reflect the truth, says Stanley Fish, author of The Trouble With Principle (Rachael Kohn, 8/9/2002, Spirit of Things)
   
-Fish, Stanley Eugene (The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition)
    -Stanley Fish¾ (b. 1938) (Critical Theory)
    -ESSAY: Church and State in Stanley Fish's Antiliberalism (J. Judd Owen, December 1999, American Political Science Review)
    -REPLY: A Reply to J. Judd Owen (Stanley Fish, December 1999, American Political Science Review)
    -ESSAY: Fish Story (Peter Berkowitz, 06.28.02, New Republic)
    -ESSAY: The Year I Rubbed Elbows With Stanley Fish (John Bruce, Dartmouth Review)
    -ESSAY: Social Text: Fish�s Other Flop (Christopher Pearson and Benjamin Wallace-Wells, Dartmouth Review)
    -ESSAY: A case for essentialism (The Sarmatian Review, January 2002)
    -ESSAY: The Trouble with Secular Language: Some Reflections on the Perspectives of John Rawls and Stanley Fish on the Relationship of Religious and Secular Discourse to Public Life (Center for Theology Colloquium, Lenoir-Rhyne College, February 1, 2001)
    -ESSAY: The Postmodernism Debate (Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 2002)
    -ESSAY: Moral Relativity Is a Hot Topic? True. Absolutely (Edward Rothstein, 7/12/02, The New York Times)
    -ESSAY: Biography and Pseudobiography (Kenneth Silverman, January 2003, Common Place)
    -The Social Text Affair (Alan Sokal)
    -ESSAY: Biography and Pseudobiography (Kenneth Silverman, January 2003, Common Place)
    -ARCHIVES: "stanley fish" (Find Articles)
    -ARCHIVES: The New York Review of Books: Stanley Fish
    -Stanley Fish News Archive
    -ARCHIVES: How Milton Works (Stanley Fish News Archive)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works By Stanley Fish (Edward T. Oakes, First Things)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (Frank Kermode, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (Michael Potemra, National Review)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (John Leonard, NY Review of Books)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (John Mullan, The Guardian)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (William Walker, Early Modern Literary Studies)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (Peggy Samuels, Common Review)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (A.D. Nuttall, London Review of Books)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (Albert C Labriola, Modern Language Quarterly)
    -REVIEW: of How Milton Works (Blair Hoxby, H-Albion )
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle by Stanley Fish (Harvey C. Mansfield, National Review)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle(Peter Berkowitz, Weekly Standard)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Katha Pollitt, NY Times Book Review)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Mark Goldblatt, Reason)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Paul J. Griffiths, Christian Century)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Adam Wolfson, Commentary)
    -REVIEW ESSAY : Democracy Agonistes: Why hand-wringing about partisanship is pointless [discusses The Trouble with Principle] (Ashley Woodiwiss, Books & Culture)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Terry Eagleton, London Review of Books)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (David Gordon , Mises Review)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Peter J. Leithart, First Things)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (William A. Galston, The Public Interest)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Steven Poole, The Guardian)
    -REVIEW: of The Trouble with Principle (Ira L. Strauber, Rhetoric & Public Affairs)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally by Stanley Fish (Matt McKinney)

ACCESS TO THE FOLLOWING IS ONLY AVAILABLE ON EDUCATIONAL SERVERS:
    -ESSAY: Anti-Professionalism (Stanley Fish, Autumn 1985, New Literary History)
    -ESSAY: Affirmative Action and the SAT (Stanley Fish, Winter '93-'94, The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education)
    -ESSAY: The Temptation to Action in Milton's Poetry (Stanley Fish, Autumn 1981, ELH)
    -ESSAY: Resistance and Independence: A Reply to Gerald Graff (Stanley Fish, Autumn 1985, New Literary History)
    -REVIEW ESSAY: Bad Company: reviews of The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.; The Path to National Suicide: An Essay on Immigration and Multiculturalism by Laurence Auster; and The Way of the WASP: How It Made America, and How It Can Save It, So to Speak by Richard Brookhiser (Stanley Fish, Transition)
    -REVIEW: of The Act of Reading: A Theory of Aesthetic Response by Wolfgang Iser (Stanley Fish, Diacritics)
    -ESSAY: Fish on Blind Submission (in Forum): Geoffrey Galt Harpham; Jeffrey Skoblow; James Holstun; Sieglinde Lug; Grace Tiffany; Roger Seamon; Lawrence W. Hyman; Stanley Fish (PMLA, March 1989)
    -ESSAY: Literature by the Reader: The "Affective" Theory of Stanley Fish (Edward Regis, Jr., November 1976, College English)
    -ESSAY: Accounting for the Changing Certainties of Interpretive Communities (Reed Way Dasenbrock, December 1986, MLN: Comparative Literature)
    -ESSAY: Interpretation on Tlon: A Response to Stanley Fish (Gerald Graff, Autumn 1985, New Literary History)
    -ESSAY: Literature and Language: A Commentary (Paul de Man, Autumn 1972, New Literary History)
    -ESSAY: Swimming Upstream with Stanley Fish (Kathleen McCormick, Autumn 1985, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism)
    -ESSAY: Do We Write the Text We Read? (Reed Way Dasenbrock, January 1991, College English)
    -ESSAY: Talk like Whales: A Reply to Stanley Fish (Wolfgang Iser, Autumn 1981, Diacritics)
    -ESSAY: Critical Persuasion: In Response to Stanley Fish (Joseph F. Graham, Autumn 1979, Boundary 2)
    -ESSAY: The Return of the Reader (Francoise Ravaux, April 1979, The French Review)
    -ESSAY: Interpretive Strategies/Strategic Interpretations: On Anglo-American Reader Response Criticism (Mary Louise Pratt, Autumn, 1982 - Winter, 1983, Boundary 2)
    -ESSAY: Putting Readers in Their Places: Some Alternatives to Cloning Stanley Fish (Alan C. Purves, November 1980, College English)
    -ESSAY: Fish's Argument for the Relativity of Interpretive Truth (Robert Stecker, Summer 1990, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism)
    -ESSAY: Supersession and the Subject: A Reconsideration of Stanley Fish's "Affective Stylistics" (William Ray, Autumn 1978, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Is There a Text in This Class? The Authority of Interpretive Communities by Stanley Fish (Catherine Gallagher, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Is There a Text in This Class? (J. Timothy Bagwell, Poetics Today)
    -REVIEW: of Is There a Text in This Class? (Steven Rendall, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Is there a Text in this Class? (Catherine Gallagher, MLN)
    -REVIEW: of Is There a Text in This Class? (Michael Steig, College English)
    -REVIEW: of Is There a Text in This Class? (Anthony C. Yu, Modern Philology)
    -REVIEW: of Self-Consuming Artifacts: The Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature by Stanley Fish (1975) (Jonathan Culler, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric, and the Practice and Theory in Literary and Legal Studies by Stanley Fish (1990) (Helle Porsdam, American Quarterly)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally (Milner S. Ball, Poetics Today)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally (John Michael, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally (Christopher Norris, Comparative Literature)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally (Madhava Prasad, Diacritics)
    -REVIEW: of Doing what Comes Naturally (Frank Donoghue, MLN)
    -REVIEW: of Doing What Comes Naturally (Roger Shiner, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism)
    -REVIEW: of The Living Temple: George Herbert and Catechizing by Stanley Fish (1980) (Louis L. Martz, Renaissance Quarterly)
    -REVIEW: of The Living Temple. George Herbert and Catechizing (C. F. Williamson, The Review of English Studies)
    -REVIEW: of The Living Temple: George Herbert and Catechizing (Barbara Leah Harman, Comparative Literature)
    -REVIEW: of Self-Consuming Artifacts: The Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature by Stanley Fish (1974) (Leslie Brisman, Diacritics)

READER-RESPONSE:
    -ESSAY: Reader-Response and the Pathos Principle (Nan Johnson, Spring 1988, Rhetoric Review)
    -REVIEW: of Reader-Response Criticism: From Formalism to Post-Structuralism by Jane P. Tompkins (Michel Grimaud, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism)

Book-related and General Links:
JOHN MILTON:
    John Milton: The Milton-L Home Page
    -John Milton (1608-1674) (Luminarium)
    John Milton (kirjasto)
    -John Milton (1608-1674) (Johnson's Lives of the Poets)
    -BIO: John Milton, poet (James Kiefer's Christian Biographies)
    -E-TEXTS: The John Milton Reading Room (Dartmouth)
    -E-TEXT: Areopagitica
    -E-TEXT: Life of Milton By Samuel Johnson
    -ESSAY: The Muting of Satan: Language and Redemption in Paradise Regained (Steven Goldsmith, Winter 1987, Studies in English Literature)
    -ESSAY: Milton's Satanic Parable (Thomas F. Merrill, Summer 1983, ELH)
    -ESSAY: Plundering the Egyptians; or, what We Learn from Recent Books on Milton (Earl Miner, Winter 1969, Eighteenth-Century Studies)
    -ESSAY: Uninventing Milton (John Peter Rumrich, February 1990, Modern Philology)

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