Show More Doing what comes naturally: Change, Rhetoric and the Practice of Theory in Literary and Legal Studies by Stanley Fish.
Oxford, 613 pp., £35, July 1989, 9780198129981Show More
“... Before Stanley Fish started doing what comes naturally, he wrote standard works of literary criticism which dealt, as most such books do, with particular literary figures and periods. Then, in 1980, he published his first volume devoted to theory of criticism, Is there a text in this class?, a collection of his essays from the Seventies. Doing what comes naturally is Fish’s second volume of theory, but while this, too, is a collection of his essays from the previous decade, it is quite different in important respects ...”