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Terry Eagleton received a Ph.D from Cambridge University. He is a literary critic and a writer. He has written about 50 books including Shakespeare and Society, Criticism and Ideology, The Ideology of the Aesthetic, Literary Theory, The Illusions of Postmodernism, Why Marx Was Right, The Event of Literature, and Across the Pond: An Englishman's View of America. He wrote a novel entitled Saints and Scholars, several plays including Saint Oscar, and a memoir entitled The Gatekeeper. He is also the chair in English literature in Lancaster University's department of English and creative writing. (Bowker Author Biography)
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Literary Theory: An Introduction 2,140 copies, 16 reviews
After Theory 521 copies, 5 reviews
Why Marx Was Right 492 copies, 13 reviews
Ideology: An Introduction 386 copies, 2 reviews
Marxism and Literary Criticism 338 copies, 5 reviews
How to Read Literature 296 copies, 8 reviews
The Ideology of the Aesthetic 275 copies, 4 reviews
How to Read a Poem 267 copies, 2 reviews
The Illusions of Postmodernism 246 copies, 2 reviews
On Evil 202 copies, 6 reviews
The Truth About the Irish 160 copies, 3 reviews
Sweet Violence: The Idea of the Tragic (Introduction) 126 copies
Holy Terror 110 copies, 1 review
The Gatekeeper: A Memoir 108 copies, 1 review
Across the Pond 97 copies, 8 reviews
Culture 97 copies, 1 review
Marx 88 copies, 1 review
Materialism 80 copies
Saints and Scholars 77 copies, 2 reviews
The Gospels: Jesus Christ (Introduction, some editions) 70 copies, 1 review
Radical sacrifice 57 copies, 1 review
Humour 30 copies
Saint Oscar 25 copies
Tragedy 14 copies
Trajedi 1 copy
Bleak House (Preface, some editions) 12,300 copies, 227 reviews
Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (Contributor, some editions) 847 copies, 6 reviews
Mapping Ideology (Contributor) 154 copies
How They See Us: Meditations on America (Contributor) 23 copies, 1 review
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