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Introducing postmodernism

Author: Richard Appignanesi; Chris Garratt; Ziauddin Sardar; Patrick Curry
Publisher: New York, NY : Totem Books ; Lanham, Md. : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. by National Book Network, 1995
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What is postmodernism? Here at last is a long overdue graphic study guide to the maddeningly enigmatic concept used to define our cultural condition in the late twentieth century. Postmodernism claims that "modernity" which began with 'the Enlightenment', industrialism, Darwin and Marx, has collapsed. We now live in an endlessly 'contemporary culture' full of contested meanings. The resulting postmodern culture  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Miscellanea
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Appignanesi, Richard.
Introducing postmodernism.
New York, NY : Totem Books ; Lanham, Md. : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. by National Book Network, 1995 (1996 printing)
(OCoLC)606111039
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Appignanesi; Chris Garratt; Ziauddin Sardar; Patrick Curry
ISBN: 1874166218 9781874166214
OCLC Number: 33028972
Description: 173, [2] p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: Richard Appignanesi and Chris Garratt ; with Ziauddin Sardar and Patrick Curry.

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What is postmodernism? Here at last is a long overdue graphic study guide to the maddeningly enigmatic concept used to define our cultural condition in the late twentieth century. Postmodernism claims that "modernity" which began with 'the Enlightenment', industrialism, Darwin and Marx, has collapsed. We now live in an endlessly 'contemporary culture' full of contested meanings. The resulting postmodern culture embodies parody, pastiche and cultural cross-over. It is a virtual world of hyperreality containing such strange phenomena as post-Holocaust amnesia, Disneyland, cyberspace, and Fukuyama's proclaimed 'end of history'

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