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STANLEY FISH (1938 - )

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  • Anthologies:
    • Save the World on Your Own Time.  Oxford: OUP, 2008.
    • The Trouble With Principle.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1999.
    • Stanley Fish Reader.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1998.
    • There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.
    • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.
    • Is There a Text in this Class?  The Authority of Interpretive Communities.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.
  • Edited Works:
    • Seventeenth-Century Prose: Modern Essays in Criticism.  Oxford: OUP, 1971.
  • Selected Individual Works:
    • "Force."  Washington and Lee Law Review (): .
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  503-524.
    • How to Write a Sentence and How to Read One.  New York: HarperCollins, 2011.
    • The Fugitive in Flight Faith, Liberalism, and Law in a Classic TV Show.  Pennsylvania: U of Pennsylvania P, 2010.
    • "There is No Textualist Position."  San Diego Law Review 42.1 (2005): .
    • How Milton Works.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 2001.
    • Professional Correctness: Literary Studies and Political Change.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1999.
    • "Truth and Toilets."  The Revival of Pragmatism: New Essays on Social Thought, Law, and Culture.  Ed. Morris Dickstein.  Durham: Duke UP, 1998.
      • The Trouble With Principle.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 2001.  293-308.
    • "Play of Surfaces: Theory and the Law."  There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  180-199.

    • "Almost Pragmatism: the Jurisprudence of Richard Posner, Richard Rorty and Donald Dworkin."  Pragmatism in Law and Society.  Ed. Michael Brint.  Boulder, CO: Westview, 1991.

      • There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  200-230.

    • "The Law Wishes to Have a Formal Existence."  The Fate of Law.  Ed. Austin Sarat and Thomas R. Kearns.  Ann Arbor: U of Michigan, 1991.

      • There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.141-179.

    • "Being Interdisciplinary is So Very Hard to Do."  Profession 89.  New York: Modern Language Association, 1989.  15-22.

      • There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  231-242.

    • "Commentary: the Young and the Restless."  The New Historicism.  Ed. H. Aram Veeser.  London: Routledge, 1989.  304-316.

      • There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  243-256.

    • "Critical Self-Consciousness, or Can We Know What We're Doing."  Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  436-467.
    • "Rhetoric."  Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  471-502.
      • The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  1609-1627.
      • Critical Terms for Literary Studies.  Ed. Frank Lentricchia and Thomas McLaughlin.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1990.  203-222.
    • "Comments from Outside Economics."  The Consequences of Economic Rhetoric.  Ed. McCloskey, Arjo Klamer, and Robert M. Solow.  Cambridge: CUP, 1988.  21-30.
    • "Don't Know Much about the Middle Ages: Posner on Law and Literature."  Yale Law Journal 97.5 (1988): 777-793.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  294-311.
    • "Unger and Milton."  Duke Law Journal 5 (1988): 975-1012.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  399-435.
    • "Anti-Foundationalism, Theory Hope, and the Teaching of Composition."  The Current Criticism.  Ed. C. Loeb and V. Lokke.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1987.

      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  342-355.

    • "Change."  South Atlantic Quarterly 86 (1987): 423-44.

      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  141-160.

    • "Dennis Martinez and the Uses of Theory."  Yale Law Journal 96.8 (1987): 1773-1800.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  372-398.
    • "Still Wrong After All These Years."  Law and Philosophy 6.3 (1987): 401-418.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  356-371.
    • "Consequences."  Critical Inquiry 11.3 (1985): 433-458.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  315-341.
    • "Fish v. Fiss."  Stanford Law Review 36.6 (1984): 1325-1347.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  120-140.
    • "Profession Despise Thyself: Fear and Self-Loathing in Literary Studies."  Critical Inquiry 10.2 (1983): 349-364.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  197-214.
    • "Wrong Again."  Texas Law Review 62 (1983): 229-316.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  103-119.
    • "With the Compliments of the Author: Reflections on Austin and Derrida."  Critical Inquiry 8.4 (1982): 693-721.
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  37-67.
    • "Working on the Chain Gang: Interpretation in Law and Literature."  Critical Inquiry 9 (1982): .
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  87-102.
    • "Why No One's Afraid of Wolfgang Iser."  Diacritics 11.1 (1981): .
      • Doing What Comes Naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1989.  68-86.
    • "Demonstration versus Persuasion: Two Models of Critical Activity."  Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  356-371.
      • Twentieth Century Literary Theory: an Introductory Anthology.  Ed. Vassilis Lambropoulos and David Neal MillerAlbany: SUNY Press, 1986.  350-362.
    • "How to Recognise a Poem When You See One."  Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  322-337.
    • "Is There a Text in this Class?"  Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  303-321.
      • Critical Theory Since 1965 Ed. Hazard Adams and Leroy Searle.  Tallahassee: UP of Florida, 1986.  525-534.
      • Criticism: the Major Statements.  New York: St. Martin's, 1980.
      •  3rd Ed. edited by Charles Kaplan and William Anderson, 1991.  678-693.
    • "What Makes an Interpretation Acceptable."  Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  338-355.
    • "Normal Circumstances, Literal Language, Direct Speech Acts, the Ordinary, the Everyday, the Obvious, What Goes Without Saying, and Other Special Cases."  Critical Inquiry 4 (1978): 625-644.
      • Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  268-292. 
      • Critical Theory Since Plato.  Ed. Hazard Adams.  New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971.  1199-1209.
    • The Living Temple: George Herbert and Catechizing.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1978.
    • "How to do Things With Austin and Searle: Speech-Act Theory and Literary Criticism."  MLN 91.5 (1976): 983-1025. 
      • Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  197-245. 
    • "Interpreting the Variorum."  Critical Inquiry 2 (1976): 465-485. 
      • Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism.  Ed. Vincent Leitch, et al.  New York: Norton, 2001.  2071-2088.
      • The Critical Tradition: Classic Texts and Contemporary Trends.  Ed. David H. Richter.  Boston: Bedford, 1998.  977-989.
      • Modern Criticism and Theory: a Reader.  Ed. David Lodge.  London: Longman, 1988.  311-329.
      • Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  147-173.
      • Reader-Response Criticism: from Formalism to Structuralism.  Ed. Jane Tompkins.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1980.  164-184.
    • "How Ordinary is Ordinary Language?"  New Literary History 5 (1973): 41-54. 
      • Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  97-111.
    • Self-Consuming Artifacts: the Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1972.  Rpt. Pittsburgh: Duquesne UP, 1998.
    • "Literature in the Reader: Affective Stylistics."  New Literary History 2.1 (1970): 123-162.
      • Is There a Text in this Class?.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1980.  21-67.
      • Reader-Response Criticism: from Formalism to Structuralism.  Ed. Jane Tompkins.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1980.  70-100. 
      • Self-Consuming Artifacts: the Experience of Seventeenth-Century Literature.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1972.  Rpt. Pittsburgh: Duquesne UP, 1998.  383-428.
    • Surprised by Sin: the Reader in Paradise Lost.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1967.
    • John Skelton's Poetry.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1965.
  • Selected Interviews:
    • "Fish Tales: a Conversation with 'the Contemporary Sophist.'"  Journal of Advanced Composition 12.2 (1992): .
      • There's No Such Thing As Free Speech, and It's a Good Thing Too.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.  281-307.

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  • Anthologies:

    • Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds.  Postmodern Sophistry: Stanley Fish and the Critical Enterprise.  Albany: SUNY Press, 2004.
  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Cain, William E.  "Constraints and Politics in the Literary Theory of Stanley Fish."  Bucknell Review 28 (1980): .
    • Culler, Jonathan.  "Stanley Fish and the Righting of the Reader."  Diacritics 5.1 (1975): 26-31.
      • The Pursuit of Signs: Semiotics, Literature, Deconstruction.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1981.  119-131.
    • Donnelly, Phillip J.  Rhetorical Faith: the Literary Hermeneutics of Stanley Fish.  Victoria: U of Victoria Department of English, 2000.
    • Freund, Elizabeth.  "Literature in the Reader: Stanley Fish and Affective Stylistics."  The Return of the Reader: Reader-Response Criticism.  London: Methuen, 1987.  90-111.
    • Holland, Norman.  "Stanley Fish, Stanley Fish."  Genre 10 (1977): 433-441.
    • Horton, Susan R.  "The Experience of Stanley Fish's Prose or the Critic as Self-Creating, Self-Consuming Artificer."  Genre 10 (1977): 443-453.
    • Lentricchia, Frank.  "Uncovering History and the Reader: Structuralism."  After the New Criticism.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1980.  102-154.
    • Mailloux, Steven J.  "Truth or Consequences: on Being against Theory."  Critical Inquiry 9 (1983 ): .
    • Mailloux, Steven J.  "Evaluation and Reader Response Criticism: Values Implicit in Affective Stylistics."  Style 10 (1976): 329-343.
    • Mailloux, Steven J.  "Stanley Fish's 'Interpreting the Variorum': Advance or Retreat?"  Critical Inquiry 3 (1976): 183-190.
    • McCormick, Kathleen.  "Swimming Upstream with Stanley Fish."  Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 44 (1985): 67-76.
    • Moore, Stephen D.  "Negative Hermeneutics, Insubstantial Texts: Stanley Fish and the Biblical Interpreter.Journal of the American Academy of Religion 54.4 (1986).  707-719.
    • Olson, Gary A.  Justifying Belief: Stanley Fish and the Work of Rhetoric.  Albany: SUNY Press, 2002.
    • Ray, William.  "Stanley Fish: Supersession and Transcendence."  Literary Meaning: from Phenomenology to Deconstruction.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1984.  152-169.

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