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J[OSEPH]. HILLIS MILLER (1928 - )

Faculty Page (University of California, Irvine)

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • J. Hillis Miller Reader.  Ed. Julian Wolfreys.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 2004.

    • Theory Now and Then.  Durham: Duke UP, 1991. 

  • Edited Works:

    • Aspects of Narrative: Selected Papers from the English Institute.  New York: Columbia UP, 1971.

    • The Act of the Mind: Essays on the Poetry of Wallace Stevens.  Ed. Miller and Roy Harvey Pearce.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1965.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • For Derrida.  2009.

    • Literature as Conduct: Speech Acts in Henry James.  2005.

    • On Literature.  London: Routledge, 2002.

    • Speech Acts in Literature.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 2001.

    • Others.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 2001.

    • Black Holes.  Stanford: Stanford: UP, 1999.

    • Reading Narrative.  Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1998. 

      • "Indirect Discourses and Irony."  The Novel: an Anthology of Criticism and Theory, 1900-2000.  Ed. Dorothy J. Hale.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2005.  242-256.

    • Topographies.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1995. 

    • "Derrida's Topographies."  South Atlantic Review 59.1 (1994): 1.25. 

      • Topographies.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1995.  291-315.

    • "Border Crossings: Translating Theory."  Haritham 1.2 (1993): 105-125

      • Topographies.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1995.  316-337.

    • "Is Deconstruction an Aestheticism?"  Nineteenth-Century Prose 20.2 (1993): 23-41.

    • New Starts: Performative Topographies in Literature and Criticism.  Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, 1993.

    • Ariadne's Thread: Story Lines.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1992.

    • Illustration.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1992.

    • "Deconstruction and Cultural Criticism."  Cardozo Law Review 13.4 (1991): 1255-1261.

    • Hawthorne and History: Defacing ItCambridge: Harvard UP, 1991.

    • Tropes, Parables and Performatives: Essays on Twentieth Century Literature.  Durham: Duke UP, 1991.

    • Victorian Subjects.  Durham: Duke UP, 1991.

    • Versions of Pygmalion.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1990.

    • "The Function of Literary Theory at the Present Time."  The Future of Literary Theory.  Ed. Ralph Cohen.  London: Routledge, 1989. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  385-393.

    • "An Open Letter to Professor John Wiener."  Responses on Paul De Man's Wartime Journalism.  Ed. Werner Hamacher, Neil Hertz, and Thomas Keenan.  Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1989. 

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  369-384.

    • "Paul De Man's Wartime Writings."  Times Literary Supplement June 17-23, 1988. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  359-368.

    • The Ethics of Reading: Kant, de Man, Eliot, Trollope, James, and Benjamin.  New York: Columbia UP, 1987.

    • "The Ethics of Reading."  Style 21.2 (1987): 181-191. 

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  329-340.

    • "Presidential Address, 1986: the Triumph of Theory, the Resistance to Reading, and the Question of the Material Base."  PMLA 102.3 (1987): 281-291. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  309-328.

    • "How Deconstruction Works."  New York Times Magazine February 9, 1986: 25. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  293-295.

    • The Linguistic Moment: from Wordsworth to Stevens.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1985.

    • "The Search for Grounds in Literary Study."  Rhetoric and Form: Deconstruction at Yale.  Ed. Robert Con Davis and Ronald Schleifer.  Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1985.  19-36. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  263-276. 

    • "Constructions in Criticism."  Boundary 2 12.3 and 13.1 (1984): 157-172

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  245-262.

    • "Composition and Decomposition: Deconstruction and the Teaching of Writing."  Composition and Literature.  Ed. Winifred B. Horner.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1983.  38-56. 
      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  227-244.
    • Fiction and Repetition: Seven English Novels.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1982.

    • "From Narrative Theory to Joyce, from Joyce to Narrative Theory."  The Seventh of Joyce.  Ed. Bernard Benstock.  Bloomington: Indiana, 1982.  3-4.

    • "Character in the Novel: a Real Illusion."  From Smollett to James: Studies in the Novel and Other Essays Presented to Edgar Johnson.  Ed. Samuel I. Mintz, Alice Chandler and Christopher Mulvey.  Charlottesville: UP of Virginia, 1981.  277-285.
    • "The Disarticulation of the Self in Nietzsche."  Monist 64.2 (1981): 247-261.
    • "The Ethics of Reading: Vast Gaps and Parting Hours."  American Criticism in the Poststructuralist Age.  Ed. Ira Konigsberg.  Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1981.  19-41.
    • "A Guest in the House: Reply to Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan's Reply."  Poetics Today 2.1 (1980-81): 189-191.  [see Shlomith Rimmon-Kenan's "Deconstructive Reflections on Deconstruction: In Reply to Hillis Miller," pp. 185-188 in the same issue.]
    • "The Figure in the Carpet."  Poetics Today 1 (1980): 107-118. 

      • Reading Narrative.  Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 1998.  84-106.

    • Deconstruction and Criticism.  By Miller, Geoffrey Hartman, Jacques Derrida, and Harold Bloom.  New York: Continuum, 1979.  Rpt. 2005.

    • "On Edge: the Crossways of Contemporary Criticism."  Bulletin of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences 32.4 (1979): 13-32. 
      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  171-200.
    • "The Function of Rhetorical Study at the Present Time."  ADE Bulletin 62 (September-November 1979): 10-18. 
      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  201-216.
    • "Ariachne's Broken Woof."  Georgia Review 31 (1977): 44-60.

    • "The Critic as Host."  Critical Inquiry 3.3 (1977):439-447. 

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  143-170.

      • Critical Theory Since 1965 Ed. Hazard Adams and Leroy Searle.  Tallahassee: UP of Florida, 1986.  452-470.

      • Deconstruction and Criticism.  New York: Continuum, 1979.  217-253. 

    • "Ariadne's Thread: Repetition and the Narrative Line."  Critical Inquiry 3 (1976): 57-77. 

      • The Interpretation of Narrative.  Ed. Mario J. Valdes and Owen J. Miller.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1978.  148-166.

    • "Narrative Middles: a Preliminary Outline."  Genre 11.3 (1978): 375-387.
    • "The Problematic of Ending in Narrative."  Nineteenth-Century Fiction 33.1 (1978): 3-7.
    • "Beginning With a Text."  diacritics 6.3 (1976): 2-7. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  133-142.

    • "Steven's Rock and Criticism as Cure, II."  Georgia Review 30.2 (1976): 330-348. 

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  117-132.

    • "Steven's Rock and Criticism as Cure, I."  Georgia Review 30.1 (1976): 5-31.

    • "Deconstructing the Deconstructors."  Review of Joseph N. Riddel's The Inverted BellDiacritics 5.2 (1975): 24-31.
      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  95-110.W
    • "The Year's Books: On Literary Criticism."  New Republic 173.22 November 29, 1975: 30-33. 
      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  111-116.
    • "Narrative and History."  ELH 41.3 (1974): 455-473.

    • "Tradition and Difference: Review of M. H. Abrams' Natural Supernaturalism."  Diacritics 2.4 (1972): 6-13. 

      • Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  79-94.

    • "The Fiction of Realism: Sketches by Boz, Oliver Twist, and Cruikshank's Illustrations."  Charles Dickens and George Cruikshank.  Los Angeles: William Andrews Clark Library, UCLA, 1971.

    • "Georges Poulet's 'Criticism of Identification.'"  The Quest for Imagination.  Ed. O. B. Hardison.  Cleveland: Case Western Reserve UP, 1971.  Part I pub. as "The Literary Criticism of Georges Poulet."  Modern Language Notes 78 (1963): 471-488.  Part II pub. as "Geneva or Paris: the Recent Work of Georges Poulet."  University of Toronto Quarterly 39 (1970): . 

      • Rpt. as "Geneva or Paris: Georges Poulet's Criticism of Identification.'"  Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  31-62.

    • Thomas Hardy: Distance and Desire.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1970.

    • The Form of Victorian Fiction: Thackeray, Dickens, Trollope, George Eliot, Meredith and Hardy.  Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 1968.

    • "The Antitheses of Criticism: Reflections on the Yale Colloquium."  Modern Language Notes 81.5 (1966): . 

      • Theory Now and Then Durham: Duke UP, 1991.  1-12.

    • "The Geneva School: the Criticism of Marcel Raymond, Albert Béguin, Georges Poulet, Jean Rousset, Jean-Pierre Richard, and Jean Staronbinski."  Critical Quarterly 8.4 (1966): 305-321. 

      • Rpt. as "Geneva or Paris: Georges Poulet's Criticism of Identification.'"  Theory Now and ThenDurham: Duke UP, 1991.  13-30.

    • Poets of Reality: Six Twentieth-Century Writers.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1965.

    • The Disappearance of God: Five Nineteenth Century Writers.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1963.

    • Dickens: the World of his Novels.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1958.

  • Selected Interviews:

    • "J. Hillis Miller."  Criticism in Society: Interviews with Jacques Derrida, Northrop Frye, Harold Bloom, Geoffrey Hartman, Frank Kermode, Edward Said, Barbara Johnson, Frank Lentricchia, J. Hillis Miller.  Ed. Imre Salusinszky.  London: Methuen, 1987.  208-240.

    • (with K. M. Newton) "Interview with J. Hillis Miller."  PN Review 9.6 (1983): 32-34.

    • (with Robert Moynihan) "Interview with J. Hillis Miller, Yale, Fall 1979."  Criticism 24.2 (1982): 99-125.

On-Line:

SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • Wolfreys, Julian, ed.  J. Hillis Miller Reader.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 2004. [includes secondary sources]

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Asensi, Manuel.  J. Hillis Miller; or Boustrophedous Reading.  Stanford: Stanford UP, 1999.

    • Cain, William E.  "Deconstruction in America: the Recent Literary Criticism of J. Hillis Miller."  College English 41.4 (1979): 367-382.

    • Dunne, Eamonn.  J. Hillis Miller and the Possibilities of Reading: Literature After Deconstruction.  London: Continuum, 2010.

    • Lawall, Sarah N.  "J. Hillis Miller."  Critics of Consciousness: the Existential Structures of Literature.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1968.  195-217.

    • Leitch, Vincent B.  "The Lateral Dance: the Deconstructive Criticism of J. Hillis Miller." Critical Inquiry 6.4 (1980): 593-608.

    • Norris, Christopher.  "Aesthetic Ideology and the Ethics of Reading: Miller and de Man."  Paul de Man: Deconstruction and the Critique of Aesthetic Ideology.  London: Routledge, 1988.

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