Harvard University  

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"Although others might chart the terrain differently, see milestones that I am overlooking, and so on, I think of founding texts like those of Ian Watt on the novel, of Frances Yates on the topoi of memory, of Robert Darnton on the business of Enlightenment, of Gaston Bachelard on reverie and the imaginary, of Roland Barthes and Michel Foucault on the death of the author, of Wolfgang Iser and others on "reader response", of Stanley Fish on interpretive communities, and of those who work the fields of "women's studies," "African-American studies," and "cultural studies" at large."--Harvard University Bulletin (1993)

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Harvard University (incorporated as The President and Fellows of Harvard College) is a private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., and a member of the Ivy League.

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