コンラッドとミレニアム(全2巻)<br>Conrad at the Millennium : Modernism, Postmodernism, Postcolonialism (Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives, Volume X)

コンラッドとミレニアム(全2巻)
Conrad at the Millennium : Modernism, Postmodernism, Postcolonialism (Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives, Volume X)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 508 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780880339896
  • DDC分類 823.912

基本説明

This two-volume collection is international and interdisciplinary in scope drawing on a large range of theoretical perspectives ranging from archival scholarship to cultural geography and film studies.

Full Description

This two-volume collection is international and interdisciplinary in scope drawing on a large range of theoretical perspectives ranging from archival scholarship to cultural geography and film studies. There are four sections: Modernism and Modernity; Postmodernism: Intertextuality; Postmodernism: Gaze, Vision and Voice; and Postcolonialism.

Table of Contents

Introduction                                       1  (20)
Gail Fincham
I. MODERNISM AND MODERNITY
``Sudden Holes in Space and Time'': Conrad's 21 (32)
Contribution to Sequential Dynamics in
Narrative
Ken Ireland
Prosaic Newspaper Stunts: Conrad, Modernity, 53 (20)
and the Press
Stephen Donovan
``A Goodly Heritage'': The Inheritors and the 73 (28)
Idea of Heritage in the Age of Empire
Peter Merrington
From Old World to New: James, Conrad and 101(18)
Shifting Subjectivities
Merle A. Williams
Conrad's Voyage In and Woolf's The Voyage 119(20)
Out: Gender and the Production of Cultural
Space
Merry M. Pawlowski
Pearls and Ivory: Joseph Conrad and Leonard 139(18)
Woolf
Manyin Chiu
II. POSTMODERNISM: INTERTEXTUALITY
The Boundaries of the Conradian Work: Why 157(20)
Literary Influence Matters
Paul Eggert
Cumulative Intertextuality in ``Heart of 177(20)
Darkness'': Virgil, Dante, and Goethe's Faust
Jakob Lothe
Conrad, Dickens, and the Signifier as Siren 197(18)
H. M. Daleski
Joseph Conrad, Mark Twain and the Dark River 215(18)
Mitzi Andersen
``No Action is Simple'': Betrayal and 233(42)
Confession in Conrad's Under Western Eyes and
Ngugi's A Grain of Wheat
Keith Carabine
III. POSTMODERNISM: GAZE, VISION AND VOICE
Power and Perspective in Joseph Conrad's 275(34)
Political Fiction: The Gaze and the Other
Jeremy Hawthorn
Conrad, James, and the Postcolonial 309(12)
Unconscious
George Smith
Polyphony in the Jungle: A Bakhtinian 321(24)
Analysis of ``Heart of Darkness'' and Related
Works
James Guimond
Katherine Kearney Maynard
Lifting the Veil of Romance: A Reading of 345(16)
Lord Jim
Meg Samuelson
Erasing Conrad's Africa: Myth and Memory in 361(14)
Apocalypse Now
Niti Sampat-Patel
The Art of Lying: From Kurtz to de Kock 375(24)
Lesley Marx
IV. POSTCOLONIALISM
Rethinking the Imperial Metropolis of ``Heart 399(28)
of Darkness''
Laura Chrisman
Subjects in History: Disruptions of the 427(26)
Colonial
Byron Caminero-Santangelo
Demystifying the Horror: The ``Journey'' in 453(14)
Conrad's ``Heart of Darkness'' and Salman
Rushdie's The Satanic Verses
Jaina C. Sanga
Romance and Racism: One Hundred Years with 467(30)
Joseph Conrad's ``Heart of Darkness'' in
Sweden
Raoul Granqvist
Index of Non-Fictional Names 497(10)
Index of Conrad's Works and Letters 507