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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Terry Eagleton (1943)

(Major British Marxist critic; John Edward Taylor Professor of English Literature at Manchester University; formerly St Catherine's College, Oxford U)

Works

Eagleton, Terry. The New Left Church. London: Sheed and Ward, 1966.

_____. Shakespeare and Society: Critical Studies in Shakespearean Drama. London: Chatto, 1967.

_____. "Language and Reality in Twelfth Night." Critical Quarterly 9 (1967): 217-28.

_____. The Body as Language. London: Sheed and Ward, 1970.

_____. Exiles and Emigrés: Studies in Modern Literature. London: Chatto, 1970.

_____. "History and Myth in Yeats's 'Easter 1916'." Essays in Criticism 21 (1971): 248-60.

_____. "Thomas Hardy: Nature as Language." Critical Quarterly 13 (1971): 155-62.

_____. "Class, Power, and Charlotte Brontë." Critical Quarterly 14 (1972): 225-35.

_____. "Nature and the Fall in Hopkins: A Reading of 'God's Grandeur'." Essays in Criticism 23 (1973): 68-75.

_____. "The Poetry of Peter Dale." Agenda 13.3 (1975): 85-91.

_____. Criticism and Ideology: A Study in Marxist Literary Theory. London: New Left Books; Atlantic Highlands (NJ): Humanities Press, 1976.*

_____. Criticism and Ideology: A Study in Marxist Literary Theory. 1975. London: Verso-New Left Books, 1978.*

_____. "T. S. Eliot." In Debating Texts. Ed. Rick Rylance. 229-33. From Criticism and Ideology.*

_____. From Criticism and Ideology. In Modern Literary Theory: A Reader. Ed. Philip Rice and Patricia Waugh. 3rd ed. London: Arnold, 1996. 69-72.*

_____. Marxism and Literary Criticism. London: Methuen; Berkeley: U of California P, 1976.*

_____. "Literature and History." In Eagleton, Marxism and Literary Criticism. Berkeley: U of California P, 1976. 1-19.*

_____. Myths of Power: A Marxist Study of the Brontës. London: Macmillan, 1976. 2nd ed. 1988.

_____. "Sylvia's Lovers and Legality." Essays in Criticism 26 (1976): 17-27.

_____. "Marxist Literary Criticism." In Contemporary Approaches to English Studies. Ed. Hilda Schiff. London: Heinemann, 1977. 94-103. Rpt. in Sociological Review. Monograph M25. Oxford: Wadham College. 85-91.

_____. "Raymond Williams e il populismo." Calibano 1 (1977): 159-84.

_____. "Form, Ideology, and The Secret Agent." Sociological Review. Monograph M26. Oxford: Wadham College, 1978. 55-63. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "The Poetry of E. P. Thompson." Literature and History 5 (1979): 139-45.

_____. "Radical Orthodoxies." Oxford Literary Review 3.3 (1979): 99-103.

_____. Review of Modes of Modern Writing. By D. Lodge. Literature and History 5 (1979): 232-3.

_____. Review of Solitude in Society: Sociological Study in French Literature. By R. Sayre. Literature and History 5 (1979): 269.

_____. "A Sort of Fiction." NSN 15 Jan. 1980.

_____. "Text, Ideology, Realism." In Literature and Society. Ed. Edward W. Said. Baltimore: Johsn Hopkins UP, 1980. 149-73.

_____. Review of Fictions and Ceremonies. By D. Chaney. Literature and History 6 (1980): 255-6.

_____. Review of Field Work by S. Heaney, Forced March by M. Radnoty, Moortown by T. Hughes, Poets from the North of Ireland by F. Ormsby and Selected Poems 1950-1975 by T. Gunn. Stand Magazine 21.3 (1980): 76-80.

_____. Review of Ideology and Cultural Production. By M. Barrett, P. Corrigan, A. Kuhn and J. Wolff. Literature and History 6.2 (1980): 255-6.

_____. Review of Tropics of Discourse: Essays in Cultural History. By H. White. Notes and Queries 27.5 (1980): 478.

_____. Review of Political Fictions. By M. Wilding. Meanjin 39.3 (1980): 383-8.

_____. Review of Semiotics of Poetry by M. Riffaterre and Textual Strategies: Perspectives in Post-Structuralist Criticism by J. V. Harari. Literature and History 6.2 (1980): 256-7.

_____. Review of Socialist Propaganda in the 20th-Century British Novel. By D. Smith. Review of English Studies 31 (1980): 106-7.

_____. Review of Tragic Realism and Modern Society. By D. Orr. Literature and History 6.1 (1980): 117-18.

_____. Walter Benjamin, or Towards a Revolutionary Criticism. London: New Left Books, 1981.

_____. "The End of Criticism." Southern Review 14.2 (Adelaide, 1981): 99-106.

_____. "The Idealism of American Criticism." New Left Review 127 (1981): 53-65. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "El idealismo de la crítica norteamericana." Escritura: Revista de Teoría y Crítica Literarias 6.12 (Caracas, 1981): 247-61.

_____. "Marxism and Deconstruction." Contemporary Literature 22.4 (1981): 477-88.

_____. "Psychoanalysis, the Kabbala and the Seventeenth Century." In 1642: Literature and Power in the Seventeenth Century. Ed. F. Barker et al. Colchester: Department of Literature, University of Essex, 1981. 201-6.

_____. Review of Carminalenia by C. Middleton, Decadal: 10 Years of Sceptre Press by M. Booth, Gravities by S. Heaney and N. Connor, The Sea of Fire by R. Brennan, Selected Poems by P. Beer, The Traveler Hears the Strange Machine by D. Stanford and A Watching Brief by R. McFadden. Stand Magazine 22.2 (1981): 73-7.

_____. Review of The Collected Ewart, 1933-1980, Extractions, by C. H. Sisson, The Man I Killed, by L. Lerner, New Collected Poems by V. Scannell, Poems of Love and Death by G. Macbeth. Stand Magazine 22.4 (1981): 74-8.

_____. Review of Critical Assumptions by K. K. Ruthven and Narrative and Structure by J. Holloway. Review of English Studies 32 (1981): 498-9.

_____. Review of Interpretation: An Essay in the Philosophy of Literary Criticism. By P. D. Juhl. Literature and History 7.2 (1981): 242-4.

_____. Review of One-Dimensional Marxism: Althusser and the Politics of Culture. By S. Clarke, T. Lovell, K. McDonnell, K. Robins and V. Jeleniewskiseidler. French Studies 35.3 (1981): 369-70.

_____. Review of Working with Structuralism. By D. Lodge. New Society 56 (1981): 535-6.

_____. "Brecht and Rhetoric." New Literary History 16.3 (1985): 633-8. Rpt. in Eagleton, Against the Grain.

_____. "Brecht and Rhetoric." In Contemporary Literary Criticism: Literary and Cultural Studies. Ed. Robert Con Davis and Ronald Schleifer. 3rd ed. White Plains (NY): Longman, 1994. 467-71.*

_____. The Rape of Clarissa: Writing, Sexuality, and Class-Struggle in Samuel Richardson. Oxford: Blackwell, 1982.

_____. "Fredric Jameson: The Politics of Style." Diacritics 12.3 (1982): 14-22. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "Macherey and Marxist Literary Theory." In Marx and Marxisms. Ed. G. H. R. Parkinson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1982. 145-55. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "The Revolt of the Reader." New Literary History 13.3 (1982): 449-52. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "Terry Eagleton." Interview by James H. Kavanagh and Thomas E. Lewis. Diacritics 12.1 (1982): 53-64.

_____. "Wittgenstein's Friends." New Left Review 135 (1982): 64-90. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. Review of After the Dream by A. Rudolf, Collected Poems by J. K. Baxter, Danta Gradha by A. Young, English Subtitles by P. Porter, The Flood by C. Tomlison, Bertolt Brecht: Poems 1913-1953, ed. J. Willett and R. Manheim, Sea to the West by N. Nichoson, Tree by R. Burns and XXI Poems by G. Squires. Stand 23.2 (1982): 62-8.

_____. Review of The Book of Jupiter by T. Paulin and N. Connor, The Butchers of Hull by P. Didsbury, Fox Running by K. Smith, The Go Situation by M. Foley, Night Cries by J. Cassidy, A Rumoured City—New Poets from Hull by D. Dunn, The Sorrow Garden by T. McCarthy and The Younger Irish Poets by G. Dawe. Stand Magazine 24.2 (1982): 66-72.

_____. Review of The Fortunate Traveller by D. Walcott, Out of the Elements by A. Waterman, The Selected John Hewitt, ed. A. Warner, An Unofficial Rilke by M. Hamburger and Variations by M. Hamburger. Stand Magazine 24.1 (1982): 68-72.

_____. Review of Romanticism and Ideology by D. Aers, J. Cook and D. Punter and The Social Function of Art by J. Wolff. Literature and History 8.2 (1982): 255-6.

_____ . Review of The Sociology of Art . By A. Hauser. TLS 4151 (1982): 1168.

_____. Review of Writers of Wales: Raymond Williams. By J. P. Ward. Poetry Wales 17.4 (1982): 87-9.

_____. "Structuralism and Semiotics." In Eagleton, Literary Theory. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1983. 91-126.*

_____. "Psychoanalysis." In Eagleton, Literary Theory. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1983. 151-94.*

_____. Literary Theory: An Introduction. Oxford: Blackwell; Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1983.* 1987.

_____. Literary Theory: An Introduction. 2nd ed. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996.*

_____. Una introducción a la teoría literaria. Trans. José Esteban Calderón. México: FCE, 1988.

_____. "Literary Theory: An Introduction." 1983. Select. in M. Eagleton 1986: 213-216.

_____. "Reception Theory." 1983. In Issues in Contemporary Literary Theory. Ed. Peter Barry. Houndmills: Macmillan, 1987. 119-30.*

_____. "The Task of the Cultural Critic (Politics and Culture)." Meanjin 42.4 (1983): 445-8.

_____. "Power and Knowledge in 'The Lifted Veil'." Literature and History 9.1 (1983): 52-61.

_____. Review of Beautiful Theories. By W. W. Bruss. TLS 4182 (1983): 546.

_____. Review of The Cornish Dancer by G. Grigson, The Flower Master by M. McGuckian, New and Selected Poems by A. Cronin, The Occasions of Poetry by T. Gunn, Selected Poems by J. Montague and The Sunflower of Hope: Poems from the Mozambican Revolution by C. Searle. Stand Magazine 24.3 (1983): 77-80.

_____. Review of Deconstruction: Theory and Practice by C. Norris and Inventions: Writing, Textuality, and Understanding in Literary History by G. L. Burns. Literature and History 9.2 (1983): 260-2.

_____. Review ofDevotions by C. Wilmer, The Hunt by Night by D. Mahon, A Late Harvest by J. Ward, Making Arrangements by M. Simpson, A Second Life by W. Scammell and The Selected Paul Durcan, ed. E. Longley. Stand Magazine 25.1 (1983): 77-80.

_____. Review of The Institution of Criticism. By P. U. Hohendahl. Literature and History 9.1 (1983): 97-101.

_____. The Function of Criticism: From The Spectator to Post-Structuralism. London: Verso-New Left Books, 1984.

_____ . "Nature and Violence: The Prefaces of Edward Bond." Critical Quarterly 26.1-2 (1984): 127-35.

_____. "The Rise of English Studies: An Interview with Terry Eagleton." Southern Review 17.1 (Adelaide, 1984): 18-32.

_____. Review of W. H. Auden: The Critical Heritage, ed. J. Haffenden, and Auden: A Carnival of Intellect by E. Callan. Poetry Review 73.4 (1984): 60-1.

_____. Review of Black Literature and Theory. Ed. H. L. Gates. New York Times Book Review 8 (1984): 45.

_____. Review of Collected Poems 1941-1983 by M. Hamburger and Poems and Epigraphs by J. W. von Goethe. Ed. M. Hamburger. TLS  4230 (1984): 454.

_____. Review of Human Rites: Selected Poems 1970-1982 by E. A. Markham and Midsummer by D. Walcott. TLS 4258 (1984): 1290.

_____. Review of Interrelations of Literature by J. P. Barricelli and J. Gibaldi and Literary Criticism and the Structures of History: Erich Auerbach and Leo Spitzer by G. Green. Modern Language Review 79.8 (1984): 385-6.

_____. Review of Inviolable Voice: History and 20th Century Poetry. By S. Smith. Stand Magazine 25.2 (1984): 47-9.

_____. Review of Liberty Tree by T. Paulin, 111 Poems by C. Middleton, Quoof by P. Muldoon, A Round House by M. Sweeney and Selected Poems by F. Adcock. Stand Magazine 25.3 (1984): 76-80.

_____. Review of Marxism and Modernism: An Historical Study of Lukács, Brecht, Benjamin and Adorno. By E. Lunn. Journal of Modern History 56.1 (1984): 124-5.

_____. Review of Modern French Marxism. By M. Kelly. French Studies 38.1 (1984): 112.

_____. Review of News for Babylon: The Chatto Book of West Indian-British Poetry. Ed. J. Berry. Poetry Review 74.2 (1984): 57-9.

_____. Review of Poetry and the Sociological Idea. By J. P. Ward. Review of English Studies 35.139 (1984): 427-8.

_____. Review of Sex and Enlightenment: Sex in Richardson and Diderot. By R. Goldberg. TLS 4254 (1984): 1170.

_____. Review of Sexuality in 18th-Century Britain by P. G. Bouce. Notes and Queries 31.1 (1984): 129-30.

_____. "Capitalism, Modernism, and Post-Modernism." New Left Review 152 (1985): 60-73.

_____. "Capitalism, Modernism and Postmodernism." In Modern Criticism and Theory: A Reader. Ed. David Lodge. London: Longman, 1988. 384-98.*

_____. From "Capitalism, Modernism and Postmodernism." In Postmodernism: A Reader. Ed. Patricia Waugh. London: Routledge, 1992. 152-59.*

_____. "Ideology and Scholarship." In Historical Studies and Literary Criticism. Ed. Jerome J. McGann. Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1985. 114-25.

_____. "Literature and History." Critical Quarterly 27.4 (1985): 23-6.

_____. "Marxism and the Past." Salmagundi 68.6 (1985): 271-90.

_____. "Marxism, Structuralism, and Post-Structuralism." Diacritics 15.4 (1985): 2-12. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. "Politics and Sexuality in W. B. Yeats." Crane Bag 9.2 (1985): 138-42.

_____. "New Poetry." Stand Magazine 26.1 (1985): 68-72.

_____. Review of By the Fisheries by J. Reed, Caribbean Poetry Now by S. Brown, Collected Poems by C. H. Sisson, The Dead Kingdom by J. Montague and Shadow Lands by J. Bobrowski. Stand Magazine 26.2 (1985): 66-70.

_____. Review of Collected Poems vol. 1. by M Hartnett, From the Irish by J. Simmons, The Price of Stone by R. Murphy and The Rhetorical Town by S. Barry. Poetry Review 75.2 (1985): 64-5.

_____. Review of Dark Glasses by B. Morrison, Minding Ruth by A. C. Mathews, The Non-Aligned Storyteller by T., McCarthy, Poems 1963-1983 by H. Longley and Rich by C. Raine. Stand Magazine 26.4 (1985): 69-72.

_____. Review of The Literary Labyrinth. By B. Sharratt. Poetics Today 6.4 (1985): 780-2.

_____. Review of Reading for the Plot. By P. Brooks. Literature and History 11.2 (1985): 295-6.

_____. Review of The Rise and Fall of Structural Marxism: Althusser and His Influence. By T. Benton. French Studies 39.2 (1985): 239-40.

_____. Against the Grain: Essays 1975-1985. London: Verso, 1986.

_____. William Shakespeare. Oxford: Blackwell, 1986.

_____. "The Poetry of Radical Republicanism." New Left Review 158 (1986): 123-8.

_____. "Political Criticism." In Textual Analysis: Some Readers Reading. Ed. Mary Ann Caws. New York: MLA, 1986.

_____. Review of L'Aventure Sémiologique by Roland Barthes and The Responsibilitiy of Forms: Critical Essays on Music, Art, and Representation by Roland Barthes. TLS  4335 (1986): 477.

_____. Review of The Definition of Literature and Other Essays. By W. W. Robson. Modern Language Review  81 (1986): 428.

_____. Review of Collected Poems by D. Egan, Family Matters by E. A. Markham, The Fat Black Woman's Poems by G. Nichols, Long Road to Nowhere by A. Johnson, Third World Poems by E. K. Braithwaite and Trio 4 by A. Elliott, L. McAuley and C. O'Driscoll. Stand Magazine 27.4 91986): 76-9.

_____. Review of Freud and the Culture of Psychoanalysis. By S. Marcus. History Workshop: A Journal of Socialist and Feminist Historians 22 (1986): 193-4.

_____. Review of A Reader's Guide to Contemporary Literary Theory. By R. Selden. Modern Language Review 81 (1986): 959-60.

_____. Review of Reading Althusser: An Essay on Structural Marxism. By S. G. Smith. Journal of Modern History 58.1 (1986): 258-9.

_____. Review of V. By T. Harrison. Poetry Review 76.1-2 (1986): 20-2.

_____. Saints and Scholars. London: Verso, 1987.

_____. "The End of English." Textual Practice 1.1 (Spring 1987): 1-9.

_____. "Estrangement and Irony in the Fiction of Milan Kundera." Salmagundi 73 (1987): 25-32.

_____. "Frère Jacques: the Politics of Deconstruction." Semiotica 63 (1987): 3-4. Rpt. in Against the Grain.

_____. Review of A Furnace by R. Fisher, The Lame Waltzer by M. Sweeney, A New Primer for Irish Schools by D. Bolger and M. O'Loughlin, Letter to an Englishman by A. Cronin, A Northern Spring by F. Ormsby and Standing Female Nude by C. K. Duffy. Stand Magazine 28.2 (1987): 68-72.

_____. Review of Cuts by M. Bradbury and No, Not Bloomsbury by M. Bradbury. TLS 4393 (1987): 627.

_____. Review of Fragments of Modernity by D. Frisby. Sociological Review 35.1 (1987): 178-80.

_____. Review of Theories of Discourse: An Introduction. By D. MacDonnell. Literature and History 13.1 (1987): 137-8.

_____. Nationalism: Irony and Commitment. (Pamphlet no. 13). Derry: Field Day Theatre Co., 1988.

_____. "Towards a Science of the Text." Select. in Twentieth-Century Literary Theory. Ed. K. M. Newton. London: Macmillan, 1988. 247-51.

_____. "The Critic as Clown." In Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture. Ed. Lawrence Grossberg and Cary Nelson. Urbana: U of Illinois P, 1988. 619-32.

_____. Saint Oscar. Drama. Prod. London, 1990. (On Oscar Wilde).

_____. Saint Oscar. Derry: Field Day, 1989.

_____. Oscar Wilde: Plays, Prose Writings and Poems. London: David Campbell, 1991.

_____. The Significance of Theory. Ed. Michael Paine and A. R. Habib. Oxford: Blackwell, 1990.

_____. The Ideology of the Aesthetic. Oxford: Blackwell, 1990.

_____. "Marxism and the Future of Criticism." In Writing the Future. Ed. David Wood. London: Routledge, 1990. 177-80.*

_____. Ideology: An Introduction. London: Verso, 1991.

_____. From Ideology: An Introduction. In. Postmodern Debates. Ed. Simon Malpas. Houndmills: Macmillan, 2000.

_____. "Value: King Lear, Timon of Athens, Antony and Cleopatra." In Shakespearean Tragedy. Ed. John Drakakis. London: Longman, 1992. 388-98.*

_____. Nationalism, Colonialism and Literature. (Reviewed by Richard Bjorson).Comparative Literature 45.3 (1993).*

_____. "The Right and the Good: Postmodernism and the Liberal State." Textual Practice 8 (1993).*

_____. What's Wrong with Postmodernism. (Reviewed by Edward Neill) In English 42.172 (1993).*

_____. "Discourse and Discos: Theory in the Space between Culture and Capitalism." TLS 15 July 1994: 3-4.

_____. Heathcliff and the Great Hunger. 1995.

_____. "The Death of Self-Criticism." Rev. of Professional Correctness: Literary Studies and Political Change. By Stanley Fish. Oxford: Clarendon, 1995. TLS 24 November 1995: 6-7.*

_____. "Sickness unto Death." (Revs. on Roudinesco on Lacan and Althusser). TLS 17 Oct. 1997: 15-16.*

_____. The Illusions of Postmodernism. Oxford: Blackwell, 1996. 1997.

_____. "The Contradictions of Modernism." Paper presented at the "Seminario internacional: Modernismo e Modernidade." Santiago de Compostela, 1997.

_____. "Contradictions of Modernism." In Modernity, Modernism, Postmodernism. Ed. Manuel Barbeito. Santiago de Compostela: U de Santiago de Compostela, 2000. 35-44.*

_____. "A Revolution on the Cheap." Rev. of 'Since At Least Plato...' by M. J. Devaney. TLS 2 Jan. 1998: 8.*

_____. "Good Dinners Pass Away, So Do Tyrants and Toothache." Rev. of Death, Desire and Loss in Western Culture. By Jonathan Dollimore. London Review of Books 16 April 1998: 13-14.*

_____. "F. R. Leavis." The European English Messenger 7.2 (1998): 49-51.*

_____. "Where Does Postmodernism Come From?" In Cànon literari: Ordre i subversió. Ed. Jaume Pont and Josep M. Sala-Valldaura. Lleida: Diputació de Lleida-Institut d'Estudis Ilerdencs, 1998. 29-46.*

_____. Marx. (Great Philosophers). London: Phoenix, c. 1998.

_____. Crazy John and the Bishop. 1998. (On Irish culture).

_____. "Is Theory what Other People Think?" Rev. of The Practice of Reading. By Denis Donoghue. TLS 29 Jan. 1999: 27.* (On post-str.).

_____. "In the Gaudy Supermarket." Rev. of A Critique of Post-Colonial Reason. By Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. London Review of Books 13 May 1999: 3-4.*

_____. Sweet Violence: The Idea of the Tragic. Oxford: Blackwell, 2002.

_____. The English Novel: An Introduction. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2004. (Defoe, Fielding, Richardson, Sterne, Scott, Austen, the Brontës, Dickens, G. Eliot, Hardy, James, Conrad, Woolf, Lawrence, Joyce).

_____. Foreword to Jonathan Dollimore, Radical Tragedy: Religion, Ideology and Power in the Drama of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries. Houndmills: Palgrave, 2004. x-xiii.*

_____. "What Is a Novel?" In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 1-21.*

_____. "Daniel Defoe and Jonathan Swift." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 22-52.*

_____. "Henry Fielding and Samuel Richardson." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 53-78.*

_____. "Laurence Sterne." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 79-93.*

_____. "Walter Scott and Jane Austen." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 94-123.*

_____. "The Brontës." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 123-43.*

_____. "Charles Dickens." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 143-62.*

_____. "George Eliot." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 163-86.*

_____. "Thomas Hardy." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 187-213.*

_____. "Henry James." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 214-31.*

_____. "Joseph Conrad." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 232-55.*

_____. "D. H. Lawrence." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 256-80.*

_____. "James Joyce." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 281-307.*

_____. "Virginia Woolf." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 308-30.*

_____. "Postscript: After the Wake." In Eagleton, The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005. 331-37.*

_____. How to Read a Poem.

_____. "I Contain Multitudes." Rev. of Mikhail Bakhtin: The Word in the World, by Graham Pechey. London Review of Books 29.12 (21 June 2007).

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2007.

_____. The English Novel. Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.*

_____. "Champion of Ambiguity: The Misinterpretation of Beckett's Work on His 100th Anniversary Would Not Have Pleased Him." The Guardian 20 March 2006.

_____. How to read a poem. Malden (MA): Blackwell Publishing, 2007.

_____. "The Functions of Criticism." In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 1-24.*

_____. "What Is Poetry?" In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 25-47.*

_____. "Formalists." In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 48-64.* (Lotman, New critics, formalists…)

_____. "In Pursuit of Form." In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 65-101.*

_____. "How to Read a Poem." In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 102-42.*

_____. "Four Nature Poems." In Eagleton, How to Read a Poem. Malden (MA) and Oxford: Blackwell, 2007. 143-64.* (Collins, "Ode to Evening"; Wordsworth, "The Solitary Reaper"; Hopkins, "God's Grandeur"; E. Thomas, "Fifty Faggots").

_____. Terror Santo. Debate, 2008. (On Islamic terrorism).

_____. "Darwin Won't Help." London Review of Books 24 September 2009.

_____, ed. Directions: Pointers for the Post-Conciliar Church. London: Sheed and Ward, 1966.

_____, ed. with prefaces to each volume: Rereading Literature. Series. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985-. Includes:

Smith, Stan. W. H. Auden. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Larrissy, Edward. William Blake. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Kavanagh, James H. Emily Brontë. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Connor, Steven. Charles Dickens. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Brown, Laura. Alexander Pope. Oxford: Blackwell, 1985.

Knight, Stephen. Geoffrey Chaucer. Oxford: Blackwell, 1986.

Eagleton, Terry. William Shakespeare. Oxford: Blackwell, 1986.

Sinfield, Alan. Alfred Tennyson. Oxford: Blackwell, 1986.

Womack, Peter. Ben Jonson. Oxford: Blackwell, 1987.

Bowlby, Rachel. Virginia Woolf. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988.

Belsey, Cathernine. John Milton. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988.

Goode, John. Thomas Hardy. Oxford: Blackwell, 1988.

_____, ed. Hard Times. By Charles Dickens.   London: Routledge, 1987.

_____, ed. Ideology. (Longman Critical Readers). London: Longman, 1994.

Eagleton, Terry, Tony Bennett, Noel King, Ian Hunter, Catherine Belsey and John Frow. "The 'Text in Itself': A Symposium." Southern Review 17.2 (Adelaide, 1984): 115-46.

Eagleton, Terry, D. Bleich, et al. "Literary Theory in the University: A Survey." New Literary History 14.2 (1983): 411-51.

Eagleton, Terry, and P. Fuller. "The Question of Value: A Discussion." New Left Review 142 (1983): 76-90.

Eagleton, Terry, and Drew Milne, eds. Marxist Literary Theory: A Reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 1995.

Eagleton, Terry, and Brian Wicker, eds. From Culture to Revolution. Cambridge: Slant, 1967.

Criticism

Alborg, Juan Luis. Sobre crítica y críticos. Madrid: Gredos, 1991.*

Barbeito Varela, José Manuel. "A Conversation with Terry Eagleton." Atlantis 23.2 (Dec. 2001): 169-85.*

Bennett, Catherine. Interview with Terry Eagleton. Guardian 15 August 1991.

Bennett, Tony. Outside Literature. London: Routledge, 1990.*

Bush, Ronald. Review of Heathcliff and the Great Hunger. By Terry Eagleton. Textual Practice 11.2: 353-359.*

Cruz, Isagani R. "Ano ang Mapupulot Natin sa Makabagong Kritikang Ingles? O, Si Balagtas at sina Eagleton." 1987. In The Alfredo E. Litiatco Lectures of Isagani R. Cruz. Ed. David Jonathan Y. Bayot. Malate (Manila): De La Salle UP, 1996. 102-28.*

Daly, Nicholas. Rev. of Heathcliff and the Great Hunger: Studies in Irish Culture. By Terry Eagleton. Novel (Winter 1996): 248-49.*

Gallagher, Catherine. "The New Materialism in Marxist Aesthetics." (Jameson and Eagleton). Theory and Society 9 (1980): 633-46.

Goldstein, Philip. "New Criticism As / Contra Politics." In Goldstein, The Politics of Theory. Tallahassee: Florida State UP, 1990. 29-65.*

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Hadfield, Andrew. "Heathcliff's Island." Rev. of Heathcliff and the Great Hunger. By Terry Eagleton. TLS  7 July 1994: 24.*

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