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Romantic Postmodernism in America by Eberhard Alsen Tania okazja, ograniczona SPRZEDAŻ

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Binding: Perfect Paperback Author: Eberhard Alsen
Weight: 1 lbs Product Group: Book
IsTextBook: No ISBN: 9789051839685
EAN: 9789051839685 Publication Year: 1996
Series: Postmodern Studies Type: Textbook
Format: Hardcover Language: English
Publication Name: Romantic Postmodernism in America Item Length: 9.1in.
Publisher: Brill Item Width: 6.1in.
Item Weight: 0 Oz Number of Pages: X, 298 Pages

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Intended for teachers and students of American Literature, this book is the first comprehensive analysis of romantic tendencies in postmodernist American fiction.The book challenges the opinion expressed in the Columbia History of the American Novel (1991) and propagated by many influential scholars that the mainstream of postmodernist fiction is represented by the disjunctive and nihilistic work of such writers as Kathy Acker, Donald Barthelme, and Robert Coover. Professor Alsen disagrees. He contends that this kind of fiction is not read and taught much outside an isolated but powerful circle in the academic community.It is the two-part thesis of Professor Alsen's book that the mainstream of postmodernist fiction consists of the widely read work of the Nobel Prize laureates Saul Bellow and Toni Morrison and other similar writers and that this mainstream fiction is essentially romantic.To support his argument, Professor Alsen analyzes representative novels by Saul Bellow, J.D. Salinger, Norman Mailer, Flannery O'Connor, John Updike, Kurt Vonnegut, Philip Roth, Thomas Pynchon, Toni Morrison, the later John Barth, Alice Walker, William Kennedy, and Paul Auster. Professor Alsen demonstrates that the traits which distinguish the fiction of the romantic postmodernists from the fiction of their disunctive and nihilist colleagues include a vision of life that is a form of philosophical idealism, an organic view of art, modes of storytelling that are reminiscent of the nineteenth-century romance, and such themes as the nature of sin or evil, the negative effects of technology on the soul, and the quest for transcendence.
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PublisherBrill
ISBN-109051839685
ISBN-139789051839685
eBay Product ID (ePID)215989463
Product Key Features
AuthorEberhard Alsen
Publication NameRomantic Postmodernism in America
FormatHardcover
LanguageEnglish
Publication Year1996
SeriesPostmodern Studies
TypeTextbook
Number of PagesX, 298 Pages
Dimensions
Item Length9.1in.
Item Width6.1in.
Item Weight0 Oz
Additional Product Features
Series Volume Number19
Copyright Date1996
Target AudienceScholarly & Professional
TopicSociology / General, Popular Culture
GenreSocial Science

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