Joseph Natoli Twentieth Century Blake Criticism; Garland, Routledge, (1982, 2017). Psychocriticism: An Annotated Bibliography; Greenwood Press, (1984). Tracing Literary Theory; University of Illinois Press, (1987). Mots d'ordre; SUNY, (1992). A Postmodern Reader; ed. with Linda Hutcheon, SUNY, (1993).
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Joseph Natoli teaches postmodernism in the Center for Integrated Studies/ Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University
Joseph Natoli teaches postmodernism in the Center for Integrated Studies/ Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University. Бібліографічна інформація.
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Mots d'ordre; SUNY, (1992).
Joseph Phillip Natoli (born August 24, 1943) is an American writer, intellectual, painter, librarian, and university professor. He has written on a broad range of topics, including: William Blake, phenomenological psychology, literary theory, popular culture, most especially film, media, cyberspace, education, economics, and politics.
Literary Theory S Future S. 1989. University of Illinois Press. This book is about the way that popular film brings to a "sayable" level that which haunts us in the media hea. ISBN10 : 0252060490, ISBN13 : 9780252060496. ISBN10 : 0791421538, ISBN13 : 9780791421536.
Joseph Natoli teaches postmodernism at the Center for Integrated Studies/Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University
Joseph Natoli teaches postmodernism at the Center for Integrated Studies/Arts and Humanities at Michigan State University. Linda Hutcheon is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Toronto.