by José Ángel GARCÍA LANDA (University of Zaragoza, Spain)

PETER BROOKS (b. 1938)
(US psychoanalytic/cultural critic, Yale University)

Works Brooks, Peter. "In the Laboratory of the Novel." Dædalus (Spring 1963). _____. The Novel of Worldliness. Princeton, 1969. _____. "Virtue and Terror: The Monk." ELH 40 (1973): 249-63. _____. The Melodramatic Imagination: Balzac, Henry James, Melodrama, and the Mode of Excess. New Haven: Yale UP, 1976. 1995.* _____. "The Melodramatic Imagination." From The Melodramatic Imagination: Balzac, Henry James, Melodrama, and the Mode of Excess. New York: Columbia UP, 1985. Rpt. in Imitations of Life. Ed. Marcia Landy. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1991. 5067.* _____. "Competent Readers." Review of Structuralist Poetics. By Jonathan Culler. Diacritics 6.1 (Spring 1979). _____. "Reading for the Plot." In Brooks, Reading for the Plot.* _____. "Reading for the Plot." Selection. In Sherlock Holmes: The Major Stories with Contemporary Critical Essays. Ed. John A. Hodgson. Boston: St Martin's-Bedford, 1994. 321-27. _____. "Reading for the Plot." Selection. In Narratology: An Introduction. Ed. Susana Onega and José Angel García Landa. London: Longman, 1996. 251-61.*

Martin Guerre). TLS 8 November 1991: 1112. Chicago: U of Chicago P. 2006. and Frames. 2000. "Freud's Masterplot: Questions of Narrative. 1984. Body Work.* _____. _____.* _____. Closure. Reading for the Plot. Oxford: Clarendon Press. by Julian Barnes. 199-220. "'Godlike Science/Unhallowed Arts': Language. Berkeley: U of California P. the Novel. Reading for the Plot. 9.* _____. (The Brothers Karamazov." In Brooks. "Freud's Masterplot: A Model for Narrative." In The Novel: An Anthology of Criticism and Theory 1900-2000. 1984. 1993. 205-20. "The Proffered Word. New York Times Book Review 90 (March 10.2-3 (1988): 285-92. "Freud's Masterplot." In Discourse in Psychonalaysis and Literature. Reading for the Plot: Design and Intention in Narrative. New York: Knopf. 1979. Plot. and Monstrosity.* _____. Hale. "Obsessed With the Hermit of Croisset. _____. London. c.* _____. _____." In Narrative Dynamics: Essays on Time. "What Is a Monster? (According to Frankenstein)" In Brooks. 1984.* _____. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP. Shlomith RimmonKenan. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP. Ed." Rev. 4." Novel 21. 2002. Oxford: Clarendon Press. of Flaubert's Parrot. ch. Troubling Confessions: Speaking Guilt in Law and Literature.* _____. 1993." Revista de Occidente 173 (October 1995): 25-34. Nature.* _____. "El miedo sin causa: Malentendidos en las guerras culturales. Brian Richardson." In The Endurance of Frankenstein. George Levine and U. Ed. Blackwell. Knoepflmacher._____. 130-37. Dorothy J. Ed. Ed. "The Tale vs. Columbus: Ohio State UP. 1985. New York: Vintage.* _____ ." Yale French Studies 55/6 (1977): 280-300.* _____." (Lacan). C. 1987. 1985): 7. Body Work: Objects of Desire in Modern Narrative. "The idea of a psychoanalytic literary criticism. . 329-42. "Narrative Desire. _____.

"You Do Not Have to Say Anything._____. eds. New Haven: Yale UP. (Balzac. Zola. Literature and History 11. Peter Brooks. Its Forms and Uses. Peter and Paul Gewirtz. Nick." Comparative Literature 48. 1972.* Lukacher. Père Goriot. Brooks. The Wings of the Dove. ed. and the Myth of Acteon. of Troubling Confessions.. 1994. Ned. and J. Hillis Miller. Lucian Freud). 415-26. Brooks.2 (1985): 295-6. Man and His Fictions. Kernan. Flaubert. New York: Harcourt. "Narrative in and of the Law. By Henry James. Eliot. The Lesson of Paul de Man. Terry. and J. Psychoanalysis and Storytelling." Rev. By Honoré de Balzac. Courbet. ed. Burton Raffel. Laird. Whose Freud? The Place of Psychoanalysis in Contemporary Culture. _____. Man and His Fictions: An Introduction to Fiction-Making. _____. Peter Brooks. Yale French Studies 69. Oxford: Oxford UP. Manet. _____. Shoshana Felman. Alvin B. (Norton Critical Edition). Brooks. Criticism Eagleton. _____. New Haven: Yale UP. The Child's Past." In A Companion to Narrative Theory. Law's Stories: Narrative and Rhetoric in the Law. By Peter Brooks. Tissot.* . TLS 13 Oct. 2005. New York: Blackwell. 1985. 2000: 27.1 (Winter 1996): 65-73. Caillebotte. Trans. Oxford: Blackwell. 1998. "The Third Wound: Malcolm Bowie. coed. New Haven: Yale UP. ed. Review of Reading for the Plot. Michael Holquist. ed. New York: Norton. _____. _____. eds. By P. Boston: Beacon. James Phelan and Peter Rabinowitz. _____. Realist Vision. Dickens. 1996. 1973. Peter. 1973. New Haven: Yale UP. New York: Harcourt Brace. 2005." Ed. eds.

* . Marina. TLS 2 July 1993: 24." Rev. "The Sites of Desire. By Peter Brooks. of Body Work.Warner.

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