Postmodernism
epub |eng | 1998-05-15 | Author:Perry Anderson [Anderson, Perry]

‘Reflections in Conclusion’ to Ernst Bloch et al., Aesthetic and Politics, London 1977, p. 196; reprinted as ‘Reflections on the Brecht-Lukács Debate’, in The Ideologies of Theory, Vol 1, Minneapolis ...
( Category: Postmodernism June 1,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Hutcheon, Linda

Modes of Engagement Revisited As shown in Chapter 2, telling, showing, and interacting with stories differ in the kind and manner of engagement of the reader (spectator, player). Adapters know ...
( Category: Postmodernism March 27,2020 )
epub |eng | 2012-03-14 | Author:Nealon, Jeffrey

CHAPTER 5 Deconstruction POSTDECONSTRUCTIVE? NEGRI, DERRIDA, AND THE PRESENT STATE OF THEORY Nobody needs French theory. —JEAN BAUDRILLARD, 2005 It seems that we live in discouragingly posttheoretical, or even antitheoretical, ...
( Category: Postmodernism March 22,2020 )
epub |eng | 2011-09-10 | Author:McHale, Brian; [BRIAN MCHALE]

Which reel?43 Postmodernist fiction shares with classic modernist fiction an affinity for cinema (and more recently for television), drawing upon it for models and raw materials. There are radical differences, ...
( Category: Postmodernism March 21,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Nicholas Frangipane

3.3 The Distinction of (Non) Fiction? Double Narratives and Ethics in Non-fictional Texts In The Distinction of Fiction, Dorrit Cohn looked at a number of works that are nominally fiction ...
( Category: Modern March 19,2020 )
epub |eng | 2012-03-18 | Author:Holland, Mary K.;

Remediation as “working through” to grief In the same way that multiple acts of mediation redeem each individual act, the novel’s all-encompassing context of narrative remediation recuperates individual narrative strategies. ...
( Category: United States March 19,2020 )
epub |eng | 2015-07-10 | Author:McHale, Brian

5. Prospero’s Books The traditional and presumably “authorized” version of The Tempest – the one centered on Prospero, a benign patriarch and artist figure who uses magic to achieve reconciliation ...
( Category: European March 18,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Miriam Nichols

Pacific Nation: Poetry and Politics Blaser would face the political hubbub of his first years at SFU—for him, a question of the relationship between poetry and politics—in his own little ...
( Category: Renaissance March 16,2020 )
epub |eng | 2017-11-28 | Author:Robin van den Akker & Alison Gibbons & Timotheus Vermeulen

Chapter 8 Contemporary Autofiction and Metamodern Affect Alison Gibbons Writing in 2009, Mortimer somewhat colloquially and somewhat polemically proclaims, ‘Autofiction is front and center right now and shows no sign ...
( Category: Modern March 14,2020 )
epub |eng | 2009-03-11 | Author:Codrescu, Andrei [Codrescu, Andrei]

Tristan Tzara cut up various texts onstage during Dada events in Paris, pulling words out of a hat and solemnly reading them, first to the outrage of the audience, then ...
( Category: Surrealism March 12,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Michael Kane

Surely that transformation was enough to make one lie in bed a little longer and miss the train for work! “The time is now” Technology, the Simultaneous Poetry of Everyday ...
( Category: Modern March 10,2020 )
epub |eng | 2013-10-15 | Author:Branham, Robert James

1.Because it is so difficult, it humbles all before it – even professional singers – and humility is the proper attitude one should have in singing the anthem; 2.Precisely because ...
( Category: Postmodernism March 9,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Fredric Jameson

Figure 5.1 Source: Reprinted with permission from Financial Policy Magazine, March 2, 2016 One could then very easily go on—I have only included a few hints—and turn this into a ...
( Category: Politics March 7,2020 )
epub |eng | | Author:Tavia Nyong'o

The Queer Fabulist in the Preternatural Wild Why track the spoor of race thinking through the theatrical and cinematic wilds? In part, because wildness has emerged as a motif in ...
( Category: African-American Studies March 6,2020 )
mobi, epub |eng | 2015-02-15 | Author:Erin James

5 National Myths and Ontological Boundaries in Ben Okri’s The Famished Road Trilogy Early in Ben Okri’s Booker Prize–winning novel The Famished Road (1991), a poor African mother tells her ...
( Category: Caribbean & Latin American March 2,2020 )