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Studies in History-Writing and Politics Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,2.tropics of discourse essays in cultural criticism hayden white the johns hopkins university press baltimore and london. Hayden White was one of the first and is perhaps the best known.
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The study not only places Caballero within the nineteenth-century historical context of its story, but also considers the authors' twentieth-century historical point of view that was shaped by late nineteenth-century beliefs in determinist, stadialist, and historical relations.
Tropics of Discourse. Essays in Cultural Criticism (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, ). “Introduction.” and “The Historical Text as Literary Artifact.” [copy in History Dept.
Lounge.]. Hayden White, professor in the program in the history of conscious- ness at the University of California, Santa Cruz, is the author of The Tropics of Discourse: Essays in Cultural Criticism, The Greco-Roman Tradition. White Tropics of Discourse 4 Ibid., 5 "Literature and Historical Imagination: The Literary Challenge of Hayden White and Dominick LaCapra," in The New Cultural History, ed.
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