Sunday, November 12, 2006

The Hagiography of Heroism: Bibliography

Bibliography for paper on the Hagiography of Heroism

Auerbach, Erich. 1953. Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in WesternLiterature.
Tran. Wilard R. Trask. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Barthes, Roland. 1975. The Pleasure of the Text. Tran. Richard Miller. New York:
Hill and Wang.
Block, Alan A., and Weaver, Constance A. 2004. All is clouded by desire. Westport,
Connecticut: Praeger. pp 63 – 69.
Booker, Christopher. 2004. The Seven Basic Plots: Why we tell stories. London:
Continuum. pp 571-643.
Davis, Joyce M. 2003. Martyrs: Innocence, Vengeance and Despair in the Middle
East. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. pp 67-84.
Dyer, Richard. 1979. Stars. London: BFI Publishing.
Gaggi,Silvio. 1997. From Text to Hypertext: Decentering the Subject in Fiction, Film,
the Visual Arts, and Electronic Media. Philadephia: University of
Pennsylvania Press.
Gebauer, Gunter and Wulf, Christopher. 1995. Mimesis: Culture-Art-Society.
Berkeley: University of California Press. pp 89 – 103.
Girard, Rene. 1965. Deceit, Desire and the Novel: Self and Other in Literary
Structure. Trans. Yvonne Freccero. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
_________. 1986. The Scapegoat. Trans. Yvonne Freccero. Baltimore: John Hopkins
University Press.
_________. 1977. Violence and the Sacred. Trans. Yvonne Freccero. Baltimore: John
Hopkins University Press.
Nagel, Joanne. 2003. Race, Ethnicity, and Sexuality: Intimate Intersections,
Forbidden Frontiers. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Shohat, Ella and Stam, Robert. 1994. Unthinking Eurocentrism: Multiculturalism and
the Media. London: Routledge.
Tolkein, J.R.R. 2001 . The Lord of the Rings. (first published 1954). London: Harper
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