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|Genre/Form:||Criticism, interpretation, etc|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Tim S Gauthier
|ISBN:||9780739193457 0739193457 0739193465 9780739193464|
|Description:||ix, 275 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Empathetically Unsettled: The Falling People in Art and Fiction --
Otherness as Counternarrative in the Graphic Novel: Spiegelman, Rehr, Torres --
French Fiction and the Utopian Potential of 9/11 --
"Toward These Uncanny Young Men": Entering the Mind of the Terrorist --
"Selective in Your Mercies": Privilege, Vulnerability, and the Limits of Empathy in Ian McEwan's Saturday --
The Otherness of Islam in Amy Waldman's The Submission --
Communal Trauma?: The Wounded City in Hunt and Lethem.
|Other Titles:||Nine/eleven fiction, empathy, and otherness|
Gauthier's 9/11 Fiction, Empathy, and the Problem of Otherness makes a strong case for the cultural relevance of fiction within contemporary culture by examining an array of novels that address the