By Emelyne Godfrey (auth.)
By Emelyne Godfrey (auth.)
By David Arnold
ISBN-13: 9781846313790It's been variously labelled 'Language Poetry', 'Language Writing', 'L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E writing' (after the journal that ran from 1978 to 1981), and 'language-centred writing'. it's been put based on its geographical positions, on East or West coasts; its venues in small magazines, autonomous presses and function areas, and its descent from historic precursors, be they the Objectivists, the composers-by-field of the Black Mountain university, the Russian Constructivists or American modernism à l. a. William Carlos Williams and Gertrude Stein. certainly, one of many few statements that may be made approximately it with little qualification is that 'it' has either fostered and persevered a main issue in illustration kind of because it first grew to become seen within the Seventies. In Poetry & Language Writing David Arnold grasps the nettle of Language poetry, reassessing its courting with surrealism and offering a scholarly, clever approach of knowing the circulation. Poets mentioned comprise Charles Bernstein, Susan Howe, Michael Palmer and Barrett Watten
By Steven Powell
ISBN-13: 9781349357550A hundred American Crime Writers good points dialogue and research of the lives of crime writers and their key works, analyzing the advancements in American crime writing from the Golden Age to hardboiled detective fiction. This research is vital to students and an awesome creation to crime fiction for somebody who enjoys this interesting style.
By Matts G. Djos (auth.)
By P. Youngquist
ISBN-13: 9781349383481Cyberfiction: After the longer term explores an international the place cybernetics units the phrases for all times and tradition - our international of ubiquitous info-tech, instant capital flows, and immanent disaster. Economics fuses with know-how to create a brand new form of speculative fiction: cyberfiction. Paul Youngquist unearths the ways that J. G. Ballard, Philip ok. Dick, Samuel Delany, Octavia Butler, and William Gibson, between others, map a territory the place info reigns perfect and the long run is changing into a specific thing of the previous.
By David Kennedy
Grief and mourning are as a rule thought of to be inner most, but common instincts. yet in a media age of televised funerals and visual bereavement, elegies are more and more major and open to public scrutiny. offering an outline of the historical past of the time period and the various ways that it truly is used, David Kennedy:
Emphasising and explaining the importance of elegy this day, this illuminating consultant to an emotive literary style could be of curiosity to scholars of literature, media and culture.
By Elena Semino
ISBN-13: 9781317884637This is often an interdisciplinary and useful method of the research of poetry which makes a speciality of textual content worlds, particularly the contexts, eventualities or varieties of fact that readers build of their interplay with the language of texts.
By Joseph L. Sanders
This number of 23 essays represents the easiest papers from the 13th foreign convention at the superb within the Arts. students representing assorted views at the terrific handle quite a few works—including these by means of Jane Austen, J.R.R. Tolkien, Stephen Donaldson, Ursula Le Guin, Jean Baudrillard, Anatole France, William Blake, and Angela Carter. matters addressed diversity from kid's stories and vintage literature to paper sculptures and renowned tv sequence. Containing provocative purposes of scholarly commentary to functional lifestyles, this quantity may be of curiosity to students of technological know-how fiction, myth, horror, and pop culture, and to others who need to know which issues are at the moment fashionable within the field.
By Robert Cooperman
ISBN-13: 9780813011806Utilizing a sequence of dramatic monologues and verse letters, Robert Cooperman explores the private and non-private personae (the fact past facts/that purely litter) of the poet and political philosopher Percy Bysshe Shelley. In poems wealthy with interval element and mental perception, Cooperman unearths Shelley as a guy torn through the will for greatness, the will for romance, and the will to be unfastened. He portrays the non-public Shelley, pushed to discover a soul-mate and to espouse the assumption of loose love in a mercantile society, but an idealist who by no means particularly realised that his activities may have disastrous results for these he enjoyed.
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ISBN-13: 9780809311057Those 13 unique essays have been written particularly for the 3rd J. Lloyd Eaton convention on technological know-how Fiction and fable Literature, held February 21–22, 1981, on the college of California, Riverside. Leslie Fiedler units the tone of this quantity by means of solving a uncomplicated set of coordinates—that of “elitist” and “popular” standards. Those replying to his cost are: Eric S. Rabkin, Professor of English on the University of Michigan and writer of the wonderful in Literature, “The Descent of Fantasy”; Gerald Prince, Professor of French on the collage of Pennsylvania, “How New is New?”; Mark Rose, Professor of English on the college of California at Santa Barbara, writer of Alien Encounters, “Jules Verne: trip to the Center of technology Fiction”; Joseph Lenz, who teaches English Literature on the collage of Michigan, “Manifest future: technological know-how Fiction Epic and Classical Forms”; Michelle Mass?, of the English division on the George Mason college, “‘All you should do is be aware of what you want’: person Expectations in Triton”; Gary ok. Wolfe, who teaches English at Roosevelt college, author of The recognized and the Unknown, “Autoplastic and Alloplastic diversifications in technology Fiction: ‘Waldo’ and ‘Desertion’”; Robert Hunt, an editor with Glencoe Press, “Science Fiction for the Age of Inflation: analyzing Atlas Shrugged within the 1980s”; George R. Guffey, Professor of English at UCLA, “Fahrenheit 451 and the ‘Cubby-Hole Editors’ of Ballantine Books”; H. Bruce Franklin, Professor of English and American Literature at Rutgers collage at Newark, “America as technology Fiction: 1939”; Sandra M. Gilbert, Professor of English on the collage of California at Davis, and coauthor with Susan Gubar of Madwoman within the Attic, “Rider Haggard’s middle of Darkness”; the aforementioned Susan Gubar, Professor of English at Indiana collage, “She in Her/and: Feminism as Fantasy”; and George R. Slusser, Curator of the Eaton assortment, “Death and the reflect: Existential Fantasy.”