Peter Brooks (writer)

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Peter Brooks (born 1938) is Sterling Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at Yale University and Andrew W. Mellon Scholar in the department of Comparative Literature and the Center for Human Values at Princeton University. He is formerly Professor in the Department of English and School of Law at the University of Virginia. Among his many accomplishments is the founding of the Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University. Brooks is an interdisciplinary scholar whose work cuts across French and English literature, law, and psychoanalysis. He was influenced by fellow Yale scholar, Paul de Man, to whom his first book Reading for the Plot is dedicated.[1]

Education[edit]

Brooks obtained both his B.A. (1959) and Ph.D. (1965) from Harvard. He also studied at University College, London (UCL) as a Marshall Scholar and at the University of Paris.

Books, non-fiction[edit]

Books, fiction[edit]

Papers[edit]

  • Brooks, Peter (1973), "Man and His Fictions: One Approach to the Teaching of Literature", College English (College English, Vol. 35, No. 1) 35 (1): 40–49, doi:10.2307/375195, JSTOR 375195 
  • Brooks, Peter (1978), "Godlike Science/Unhallowed Arts: Language and Monstrosity in Frankenstein", New Literary History (New Literary History, Vol. 9, No. 3) 9 (3): 591–605, doi:10.2307/468457, JSTOR 468457 
  • Brooks, Peter (1979), "Fictions of the Wolfman: Freud and Narrative Understanding", Diacritics (Diacritics, Vol. 9, No. 1) 9 (1): 71–81, doi:10.2307/464701, JSTOR 464701 
  • Brooks, Peter (1980), "Repetition, Repression, and Return: Great Expectations and the Study of Plot", New Literary History (New Literary History, Vol. 11, No. 3) 11 (3): 503–526, doi:10.2307/468941, JSTOR 468941 
  • Brooks, Peter (1982), "The Novel and the Guillotine; Or, Fathers and Sons in Le Rouge et le noir", PMLA (PMLA, Vol. 97, No. 3) 97 (3): 348–362, doi:10.2307/462227, JSTOR 462227 
  • Brooks, Peter (1982), "Incredulous Narration: Absalom, Absalom!", Comparative Literature (Comparative Literature, Vol. 34, No. 3) 34 (3): 247–268, doi:10.2307/1770556, JSTOR 1770556 
  • Brooks, Peter (1987), "The Idea of a Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism", Critical Inquiry 13 (2): 334–348, doi:10.1086/448394, JSTOR 1343497 
  • Brooks, Peter (1994), "Aesthetics and Ideology: What Happened to Poetics?", Critical Inquiry 20 (3): 509–523, doi:10.1086/448723, JSTOR 1343867 
  • Brooks, Peter (2000), "A Beginning in the Humanities", PMLA (PMLA, Vol. 115, No. 7) 115 (7): 1955–1957, doi:10.2307/463614, JSTOR 463614 

References[edit]

  1. ^ McQuillan, Martin. Paul de Man. Retrieved 9 May 2012. 

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