By Sonya Andermahr,Lawrence Phillips
Read or Download Angela Carter: New Critical Readings PDF
Similar literary criticism & theory books
Probably the most very important novelists of the early nineteenth century, Jane Austen (1775-1817) remains to be learn and studied this present day. all through her novels, she creates characters who embrace a variety of virtues and obstacles. the easiest characters symbolize the easiest habit, simply because the much less admirable ones behave in much less admirable methods.
The Oxford stories in Postcolonial Literatures sequence deals stimulating and obtainable introductions to definitive subject matters and key genres and areas in the speedily diversifying box of postcolonial literary experiences in English. the 1st ebook of its style, Pacific Islands Writing deals a broad-ranging creation to the postcolonial literatures of the Pacific sector.
A Trauma Artist examines how O'Brien's works variously rewrite his personal traumatization through the battle in Vietnam as a unending fiction that mockingly "recovers" own adventure by means of either recapturing and (re)disguising it. Mark Heberle considers O'Brien's profession as a author in the course of the prisms of post-traumatic pressure illness, postmodernist metafiction, and post-World battle II American political uncertainties and public violence.
The Literary thought Toolkit bargains readers a wealthy compendium of keyword phrases, innovations, and arguments useful for the research of literature in a critical-theoretical context. comprises diverse examples drawn from on hand literary texts spanning all sessions and genres incorporates a bankruptcy on functionality, anything no longer frequently coated in comparable texts Covers differing theories of the general public sphere, ideology, energy, and the social kin useful for the certainty of techniques to literature
- The Postnational Fantasy: Essays on Postcolonialism, Cosmopolitics and Science Fiction (Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy)
- "That the People Might Live": Loss and Renewal in Native American Elegy
- David Bottoms: Critical Essays and Interviews
- Fatherhood and Paternity in Joyce's "A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man"
Extra info for Angela Carter: New Critical Readings