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Reconstructing literature

Laurence Lerner

Reconstructing literature

by Laurence Lerner

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Published by Blackwell (Basil) in Oxford .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Laurence Lerner.
The Physical Object
Pagination(n.p.)
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Open LibraryOL21574596M
ISBN 10063114269X
OCLC/WorldCa301276668

Joel Kuortti is Adjunct Professor of Contemporary Culture at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. He has published widely on Indian literature in English, especially on Salman Rushdie and women’s writing. His publications include The Salman Rushdie Bibliography (), Place of the Sacred (), Fictions to Live In (), Indian Women’s Writing in English: A Bibliography () and. Reconstructing Democracy deepens, elaborates and adds to a broader debate over Reconstruction, with careful argument and the patient accrual of evidence. In the meticulous work found on every page-and in the abiding devotion of the author to the idea that common people have a political history-Behrend's work is the perfect place for scholars to begin the work of re-imagining the history of.

  Reconstructing Amelia Sadly, a high school club of bad girls gains power over a good, smart, eager to fit in classmate. The events that unfold are heart-wrenching to watch as the club forces her to become like them. In her desperate attempt to be loved, our good girl loses on so many levels. The book is well-crafted but the story is hard to accept/5(). Photo: Mumit M. Fashion in its core is individualistic. It is a projection of perception that is moulded by traditions, culture and heritage, alongside individual taste.

Ben Railton is an assistant professor of American and Ethnic Literature at Fitchburg State College in Massachusetts. “A well researched piece of work Railton’s juxtapositions of texts and his careful readings of lesser known works make this a book from which readers will learn much about the decade.   In Reconstructing Literature in an Ideological Age, Daniel E. Ritchie offers a "biblical poetics" as an alternative approach to ideological criticism, exploring how the Bible's own negotiations with language affect our view of literature, specifically with respect to older texts, gender issues, ethnic diversity, and the apparent arbitrariness Pages:


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In Reconstructing Literature in an Ideological Age, Daniel E. Ritchie offers a "biblical poetics" as an alternative approach to ideological criticism, exploring how the Bible's own negotiations with language affect our view of literature, specifically with respect to older text, gender issues, ethnic diversity, and the apparent arbitrariness of.

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Traditionally, high schools focus on teaching the books that are known as “the great works” or “the canon.” though they also complete several book reports outside of class. But while the list. Reconstructing Democracy offers case studies in citizen efficacy, showing how people can solve problems locally and thereby quell the frustrations that demagogues prey on.

Today's democracies suffer from two mutually reinforcing ills: declining problem-solving capacities and a growing disconnect between the people and political elites. Deborah E. Barker, professor of English at the University of Mississippi, is the author of Reconstructing Violence: The Southern Rape Complex in Film and Literature and Aesthetics and Gender in American Literature: Portraits of the Woman Artist.

She coedited, with Kathryn B. McKee, American Cinema and the Southern Imaginary. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Laurence Lerner Bottom's children: the fallacies of structuralist, poststructuralist and deconstructionist literary theory / Cedric Watts Public text and common reader / Roger Scruton Language, realism, subjectivity, objectivity / John Holloway In Reconstructing the Native South, Melanie Benson Taylor examines the diverse body of Native American literature in the contemporary U.S.

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Winner of the ESSE Junior Scholar Book Award in Literatures in the English Language The Literature of Reconstruction argues for the term and concept of 'postmillennial reconstruction' to fill the gap left by the decline of postmodernism and deconstruction as useful cultural and literary categories.

Wolfgang Funk shows how this notion. Reconstructing American Literature: Courses, Syllabi, Issues by Lauter, Paul A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact.

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South and its Native American. Reconstructing the Past seeks to clarify and help resolve the vexing methodological issues that arise when biologists try to answer such questions as whether human beings are more closely related to chimps than they are to gorillas.

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Drawing upon a wealth of previously unexplored architectural criticism by British authors, this book reveals how arguments about architecture led to innovations in literature, as well as to redesigns in the concept of modernism itself. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

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