7 edition of Postmortem postmodernists found in the catalog.
Laura E. Savu
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Laura E. Savu.|
|LC Classifications||PR881 .S28 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008022279|
Following the work of Laura Savu in Postmortem Postmodernists and Judith Ryan in The Novel after Theory, such a newly envisioned dynamic will be read as a symptom of fiction's response to the theoretical debate on the so-called death of the author and, more broadly, to the posthumanist discourse on the dissolution of the liberal-humanist ://+and+the+author+figure+in+modernist+and. Postmortem Postmodernists also seeks to theorize on the nature of author fictions as a genre, following the lead of Paul Franssen and Ton Hoenselaars’s The Author as Character: Representing /_Reading_the_Modernist_Bildungsroman_review.
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This book scrutinizes the genre of the author-as-character with respect to three broad issues–authorship, the posthumous, and cultural revisionism–that arise in reading such works from a contemporary perspective. Late twentieth-century fiction 'postmodernizes' romantic and modern authors not only to understand them better, but also to › Books › Postmortem postmodernists book & Fiction › History & Criticism.
This book scrutinizes the genre of the author-as-character with respect to three broad issues--authorship, the posthumous, and cultural revisionism--that arise in reading such works from a contemporary perspective.
Late twentieth-century fiction "postmodernizes" romantic and modern authors not only to understand them better, but also to understand itself in relation to a past (literary ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: How literature is lived through: touching reading and Geoff Dyer's "Sheer rage" --Writing in the margins of an "endless novel" --Testamentary fictions: revisiting Peter Ackroyd's The last testament of Oscar Wilde and Chatterton --The "crooked business" of storytelling: the ethics of authorship and Postmortem Postmodernists also seeks to theorize on the nature of author fictions as a genre, following the lead of Paul Franssen and Ton Hoenselaars’s The Author as Character: Representing Historical Writers in Western Literature () or Naomi Jacobs’s The Character of Truth: Historical Figures in Contemporary Fiction ().
Postmortem Postmodernists: The Afterlife of the Author in Recent Narrative (review) Postmortem Postmodernists: The Afterlife of the Author in Recent Narrative (review) Ropero, Lourdes López. illustrates the point by stressing the musicality of words in relation to their visual elements.
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Occurring or done after death. Of or relating to a medical examination of a dead body. See autopsy. Informal An analysis or review of a finished event. [Latin post mortem: post, afterward; see post- + mortem, accusative of mors, death; see mer- in Indo-European roots.] post mor′tem adv Penguin English Photocopiable Pair Work PDF Kindle Read the book Penguin English Photocopiable Pair Work PDF Kindle Internet.
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postmodernista) began appearing more than a half century before the term would attain common currency in the Postmodernism can be used within many fields in addition to sociology, such as architecture, philosophy, literature and art. It is difficult to define postmodernism and to create boundaries for its studies, because it is a fairly elusive principle.
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adj. Of or relating to art, architecture, or literature that reacts against earlier modernist principles, as by reintroducing traditional or classical Laura E. Savu’s ambitious book foregrounds the literary “afterlife” of a number of eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth-century “predecessors” (Novalis, Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, Thomas Chatterton, Henry James, D.H.
Lawrence, and Virginia Woolf) as reenacted in the pseudomemoirs and novels of “second generation” British and American ://. Wrestling with D. H. Lawrence. Author: Geoff Dyer; Publisher: North Point Press ISBN: Category: Literary Criticism Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD "In the spirit of Julian Barnes's Flaubert's Parrot and Alain de Botton's How Proust Can Change Your Life, Mr.
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