Literary Criticism Crossword Puzzle

Literary Criticism crossword puzzle printable. Download, print and start playing. You can add your own words to customize or start creating from scratch.

Recommended: Check out this Advance Crossmaker Maker to create commercial use printable puzzles.


Words List(answer : question or clue)

Shuffle questions

Puzzle Size:

Font / Cell Box Style

TIP: Use update button to toggle answers or apply styles like font, cell spacing, cell shades, puzzle size or paper output without generating the new puzzle.
Generate New Update Style Browse Gallery
Literary Criticism Crossword Puzzle

Make sure to regenerate the puzzle to apply any changes.

Select an option:


Download Print

Try this another Crossword Puzzle Maker with different layouts.

Download will include unfilled worksheet and an answer key sheet.

QUESTIONS LIST: praxis : methodology, dictates that theoretical ideas can be judged to have value only in terms of their concrete applications, patriotism : an ideology that keeps poor people fighting wars against poor people from other countries while the rich rake in the profits of a wartime economy, parole : the individual utterances that occur when we speak (the french word for speech), thanatos : death drive, an inborn compulsion toward oblivion, langue : the structure of language according to ferdinand de saussure (a french word for language), hysteria : refers to psychological disorders deemed peculiar to women and characterized by overemotional, extremely irrational behavior, denial : believing that the problem doesn’t exist or the unpleasant incident never happened, subjectivity : one’s own selfhood, the way one views oneself and others, projection : ascribing our fear, problem, or guilty desire to someone else and then condemning them for it, in order to deny that we have it ourselves, proletariat : the majority of the global population who live in substandard conditions and who have always performed the manual labor that fills the coffers of the rich, phallogocentric : thinking that is male-oriented in its vocabulary, rules of logic, and criteria for what is considered objective knowledge.