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Outlandish : writing between exile and diaspora

Autor Nico Israel
Vydavatel: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2000.
Vydání/formát:   book : EnglishZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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"Outlandish addresses geographical displacement as a lived experience in the twentieth century, as a predicament of writing, and as a problem for theory. It focuses on the work of three transitional writers from diverse backgrounds working in different genres: Joseph Conrad, the Ukrainian-born Polish novelist and storywriter living in Britain at the turn of the century; Theodor W. Adorno, the German-Jewish  Read more...
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Osoba: Joseph Conrad; Theodor W Adorno; Salman Rushdie; Joseph Conrad; Theodor W Adorno; Salman Rushdie; Salman Rushdie; Joseph Conrad; Theodor W Adorno
Typ materiálu: Internet resource
Typ dokumentu: Book, Internet Resource
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Nico Israel
ISBN: 0804730733 9780804730730
OCLC číslo: 43185875
Popis: xii, 252 p. ; 24 cm.
Obsahy: Introduction: Writing between Exile and Diaspora 1 --
Voyage Out 1 --
Tropics of Displacement 4 --
Place Matters 5 --
Unheimlich(e) Maneuvers 8 --
Rhetoric of Displacement 11 --
Forcing the Issue of Choice 13 --
Map 18 --
Chapter 1 Conrad and the Cultural Geography of Exile 23 --
Aura, The Aura 23 --
Fostering Difference 28 --
Vexed Encounters 31 --
Only (Dis) Connect 39 --
Mach es Kurz! 51 --
I had jumped ... it seems 58 --
Usque ad Finem 71 --
"Et apres? There is an apres." 74 --
Chapter 2 Adorno, Los Angeles, and the Dislocation of Culture 75 --
Flying T.W.A. 75 --
Blue Note 78 --
Ac-cen-tu-ate the Negative 85 --
From Monad to Nomad, and Back 97 --
Subversive Elements 101 --
Split Personalities 116 --
Future Perfect 118 --
Chapter 3 Place of Salman Rushdie 123 --
Preamble 123 --
Finding Elbaroom 130 --
States of Emergency 137 --
Translating History 148 --
To the Devil 157 --
Homing Devices 174.
Odpovědnost: Nico Israel.
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"Outlandish addresses geographical displacement as a lived experience in the twentieth century, as a predicament of writing, and as a problem for theory. It focuses on the work of three transitional writers from diverse backgrounds working in different genres: Joseph Conrad, the Ukrainian-born Polish novelist and storywriter living in Britain at the turn of the century; Theodor W. Adorno, the German-Jewish philosopher and sociologist transplanted to Los Angeles during the Second World War; and Salman Rushdie, the Indian-born British novelist and journalist, recently released from the peculiar conditions of his notorious houseless arrest." "The author argues that Conrad, Adorno, and Rushdie emblematize significant shifts over the course of the century, from a modernist expression of almost universal deracination, to a post-Auschwitz disarticulation of home and subjectivity, to an emergent conceptualization of displacement in terms of migrancy, hybridity, and flow."--Jacket.

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