Reynolds argues that Whitman's 1860 Leaves of Grass operates in this optative mode of willing the country into a reconciled state that Culler
refers to as the "now" or "time of discourse": "'I will,' [Whitman] constantly tells us.
I think there's opportunity there," says Culler
, "but the business is changing so rapidly, technology is changing so rapidly, the needs in the marketplace are changing so rapidly.
It's not always price that is important to the client," Culler
Wat die proaiereties kode betref, meen Culler
(84) dat hierdie kode die leser help om byvoorbeeld "a series of models of action" te kan plaas binne die sekwensies in die teks.
Therefore, like Culler
we can say that there are only particular readings, which seem to have privileged status and in many ways work to identify the successes and flaws of other readings.
Aquino was close to the church and her religious belief was not confined to mere rituals, according to Culler
In his further elaborations, Culler
puts more distance between his sense of 'theory' (or what he claims to be its most ordinary sense) and a mere 'view':
carefully sifts through each phenomenon, explaining how the term omniscience is inadequate to describe its effects, and concludes by suggesting the need for an alternative vocabulary.
By discussing the 'literariness' (narrative, rhetorical, and performative qualities) in theory, and forms of resistance to theory, Jonathan Culler
works against an 'anti-theory' movement, maintaining that theory promotes interdisciplinarity.
, Rose Spencer-Longhurst, Paul Spencer-Longhurst; Henry Donaldson, Richard Verdi, Brian Scholes, David Pearson; Sarah Brown, Sophie Wilson, Kat Murray; John Van Boolen, Liane Crisari, Clare Mullett; Dr James Hamilton, Rose and Sue Spencer-Longhurst; Roy Cockel, Ann Cockel, Richard Verdi; David Pearson, Jill Pearson and Sir Michael Thomps,; Ann Lowbeer, Edwina Mileham, Jill Harrison, Maureen Harrison
It is not without reason that Jonathan Culler
, looking out over this vast enterprise, suggests that CL is "a discipline of such overwhelming scope that it no longer sounds like an academic field at all: the study of discourses and cultural productions of all sorts throughout the entire world" (239).
Como muestra de ese proceso de revaloracion de lo que es (y no es) la literatura podemos citar a dos criticos que frente a este conceptoinstitucion (y al subyacente concepto de literariedad), postulan actitudes bastante coincidentes: el norteamericano Jonathan Culler
y el frances Antoine Compagnon.