Misreading Shelley, Misreading Theory : Deconstruction, Media, and Materiality
In 1986, J. Hillis Miller was asked to give the Presidential Address at the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association (MLA). Here, Miller first proclaimed the "Triumph of Theory" that has preoccupied English studies ever since — despite the fact that Stanley Fish, Walter Benn Michaels, and other had only recently declared theory to be dead on the pages of the Critical Inquiry.
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