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Critical Theory--Seeing an Orange

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Allyson Lynch

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Critical Theory--Seeing an Orange

Upon Seeing an Orange What possibilities are available
to a woman who eats this orange?
To a man? Gender Theory
asks What shape and diameter is the orange? Formalism
asks Who owns the orange?
Who gets to eat it? Social Class Theory
asks Who doesn't own the orange?
Who took the orange away? Postcolonialism
asks What does the orange taste like?
What does the orange remind us of? Reader Response Theory
asks How are the orange peel and the
flesh differentiated into composite
parts of the orange? Structuralism
asks
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