5 edition of Theories of play and postmodern fiction found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -300) and index.
|Series||Garland reference library of the humanities ;, v. 2068., Comparative literature and cultural studies ;, v. 3, Garland reference library of the humanities ;, v. 2068., Garland reference library of the humanities., v. 3.|
|LC Classifications||PN56.P53 E38 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 310 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||310|
|LC Control Number||97040346|
Postmodern Fiction Postmodern ﬁction presents its readers with a challenge: instead of enjoying it passively, they have to work to understand it, to question their own responses, and to examine their views about what ﬁction is. Yet accepting this challenge is what makes postmodern writing so pleasurable to read and rewarding to Size: KB. Postmodern literature is a type of literature that came to prominence after World War II. Learn about how postmodernism in literature rejects many literary conventions and embraces new ones in.
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Theories of play and postmodern fiction. Summary: Edwards (literary studies, Deakin U.) argues that play is endemic to culture and that it helps to explain the operations of literary texts. Drawing on developments in critical theory and postmodernist fiction, this study makes an important contribution to the appreciation of playforms in language, texts, and cultural practices.
Tracing trajectories in theories of play and game, and wi. Postmodern fiction can be considered as a response to the kind of socio-historical changes discussed in the previous chapter. Larry McCaffrey, for example, argues that with the assassination of President J. Kennedy on 22 November‘[p]ostmodernism was officially ushered in – at least in the United States – since that was the day that symbolically signaled the end of a certain.
It offers a sample of major theories of fictional technique while emphasizing recent developments in literary criticism. The essays cover a variety of topics, including voice, point of view, narration, sequencing, gender, and race.
Ten new selections address issues such as oral memory in African American fiction. Mary K. Holland’s Succeeding Postmodernism: Language and Humanism in Contemporary American Literature ()suggests a new way of reading "antihumanist" late postmodern fiction, and a framework for understanding postmodern and twenty-first century fiction as participating in a newly reinvigorated tradition ofFile Size: KB.
Synopsis. Drawing on developments in critical theory and postmodernist fiction, this study makes an important contribution to the appreciation of playforms in language, texts, and cultural practices.
Tracing trajectories in theories of play and game, and with particular attention to the writings of Nietzsche, Wittgenstein, Bakhtin, and Derrida, Brand: Taylor And Francis. the impersonal voice in first person fiction, which argues compellingly.
that in literary fiction, “one cannot be certain that it is the person. referred to as ‘I’ who speaks or narrates, and therefore we need to.
posit an impersonal voice of the narrative” (). PERSPECTIVES ON POSTMODERNISM AND THE HISTORICAL FICTION Olivia Chirobocea Lecturer, PhD, ”Ovidius” University, Constanţa Abstract: This article provides insight into postmodernism as a whole and postmodernist literary theory in particular, with a special focus on historical fiction written according to the views of this eclectic Size: KB.
The Play of the Double in Postmodern American Fiction. With the assistance of poststructuralist theories by Barthes, Derrida, Foucault, and Lacan, The Play of the Double in Postmodern American Fiction evaluates the contemporary role of the doppelgänger.
It will introduce a post-modern critical reading of this book as a literary theory which is considered a revolution in fiction during the 20th : Said Ahmed Mahmoud. Lee "Theories of Play and Postmodern Fiction" por Brian Edwards disponible en Rakuten Kobo.
Drawing on developments in critical theory and postmodernist fiction, this study makes an important contribution to the Brand: Taylor And Francis. Postmodern Mystery is a web site devoted to experimental, unconventional and postmodern approaches to stories of mystery and suspense.
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Which novels and authors belong to the category. Does it even deserve to be a category on its own. This third edition of the bestselling Essentials of the Theory of Fiction provides a comprehensive view of the theory of fiction from the nineteenth century through modernism and postmodernism to the present.
It offers a sample of major theories of fictional technique while emphasizing recent developments in literary criticism.
Matthew Mullins’s book, Postmodernism in Pieces, was published by Oxford University Press in A paperback edition has just been made available. In I published a book entitled Postmodernism in Pieces: Materializing the Social in U.S.
Fiction in which I set out to answer a number of questions, including, “What does postmodernism have to do with thing theory?”. Theories of play and postmodern fiction.
Grasshopper antics: the playhouse of language. Deconstruction: the reader as Scheherazade. Duplicity as virtue: playful texts and textualized players.
Deceptive constructions: the art of building in Peter Carey's Illywhacker. Garland reference library of the humanities, v.Drawing on developments in critical theory and postmodernist fiction, this study makes an important contribution to the appreciation of playforms in language, ISBN Buy the Theories of Play and Postmodern Fiction ebook.Among the modern and post modern theories is also the Psychoanalytic Theory by Buhler () and Anna Freud ().
They suggested that play in children does not only represent wish-fulfilling attempts but also attempts to cope with anxiety provoking situations which may overwhelm the child thus according to Freud and Buhler, play in children is both defensive and adaptive to deal with anxiety (Singer et al.