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Progressive Intertextual Practice in Modern And Contemporary Literature

Progressive Intertextual Practice in Modern And Contemporary Literature
Progressive Intertextual Practice in Modern And Contemporary Literature

Progressive Intertextual Practice in Modern And Contemporary Literature

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Omschrijving

This edited volume aims to reposition intertextuality in relation to recent trends in critical practice. Inspired by the work of Sara Ahmed in particular, our authors explore and reconfigure classic theories of authorship, influence and the text.



A wide ranging new intervention on intertextuality, Katherine Ebury and Cristin Mulligan’s edited collection of essays offers us new readings of classic theories of authorship and influence. Bringing together theories from Harold Bloom, Mikhail Bakhtin, Roland Barthes, and Julia Kristeva, various interarts (visual and musical), and a diverse selection of literary examples from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, the volume produces new approaches to analysing what happens in intertextual practice. The volume's focus on feminist citational practice will make it an essential introduction for students, in particular.

Alexandra Kingston-Reese, Senior Lecturer, University of York, UK

Progressive Intertextual Practice in Modern and Contemporary Literature provides a valuable and thought provoking contribution to contemporary discussions of authorial and textual relationships. The collection revisits, revises and revitalises the concept of intertextuality by putting it into expanded conversation with more recent intersecting and intersectional critical discourses. In doing so the collection makes an illuminating and persuasive case for the progressive character of intertextuality as a political, aesthetic and ethical practice. In six nuanced and original chapters, the contributors explore intertexuality as a literary and critical mode across a richly varied range of writers and texts. The collection is a rewarding read not only for anyone interested in theories of intertextuality but also for those interested in politics, aesthetics and ethics in contemporary literature.

Katherine Isobel Baxter, Deputy Faculty Pro Vice-Chancellor, Northumbria University, UK



Katherine Ebury is Senior Lecturer in Modern Literature at the University of Sheffield.

Christin M. Mulligan is Adjunct Professor at Saint Joseph's University.

Specificaties

  • Uitgever
    Routledge
  • Verschenen
    mei 2024
  • Bladzijden
    164
  • Genre
    Literatuurtheorie
  • Afmetingen
    229 x 152 mm
  • Gewicht
    485 gram
  • EAN
    9781032578248
  • Hardback / gebonden
    Hardback / gebonden
  • Taal
    Engels

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