Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War Era and After
By (author) Marcel Cornis-Pope
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Narrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting in the Cold War Era and After by Marcel Cornis-Pope
Book DescriptionNarrative Innovation and Cultural Rewriting undertakes a systematic study of postmodernism's responses to the polarized ideologies of the postwar period that have held cultures hostage to a confrontation between rival ideologies abroad and a clash between champions of uniformity and disruptive others at home. Considering a broad range of narrative projects and approaches (from polysystemic fiction to surfiction, postmodern feminism, and multicultural/postcolonial fiction), this book highlights their solutions to ontological division (real vs. imaginary, wordly and other-worldly), sociocultural oppositions (of race, class, gender) and narratological dualities (imitation vs. invention, realism vs. formalism). A thorough rereading of the best experimental work published in the US since the mid-1960s reveals the fact that innovative fiction has been from the beginning concerned with redefining the relationship between history and fiction, narrative and cultural articulation. Stepping back from traditional polarizations, innovative novelists have tried to envision an alternative history of irreducible particularities, excluded middles, and creative intercrossings.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780312238377
(229mm x 152mm x 28mm)
Imprint: St Martin's Press
Publisher: St Martin's Press
Publish Date: 8-Feb-2002
Country of Publication: United States
Books By Author Marcel Cornis-Pope
Hermeneutic Desire and Critical Rewriting, Hardback (December 1991)» View all books by Marcel Cornis-Pope
A study of contemporary post-structuralist and socio-semiotic theories of narrative, this book looks at a model for literary interpretation and pedagogy. Focusing on readings of Henry James, it examines the process, critical self-awareness and the strategies of re-reading and re-writing.
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Author Biography - Marcel Cornis-Pope
MARCEL CORNIS-POPE is Professor and Chair of the English Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is the author of Hermeneutic Desire and Critical Rewriting (Macmillan/SMP 1992).
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