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Pastiche

Author: Richard Dyer
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2007.
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"Richard Dyer's Pastiche is a study of the poetics and politics of this widely used, seldom examined term. Dyer argues that while pastiche can be used to describe works which contain montage or collage, it can also be used to describe works which are knowing imitations of previous works. Considering first of all the many things the term is used to refer to, the book then focuses on pastiche as a term to describe  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Dyer
ISBN: 0415340098 9780415340090 0415340101 9780415340106
OCLC Number: 64486475
Description: 222 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Pastiche and company --
Pastiche called pastiche --
The pastiche within --
Pastiche, genre, history --
Point of pastiche --
App. 1 : Marcel Proust : '"the Lemoine affair" by Gustave Flaubert' --
App. 2 : Nutcracker productions.
Responsibility: Richard Dyer.
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Argues that while pastiche can be used to describe works which contain montage or collage, it can also be used to describe works which are a kind of imitation of previous works. This book  Read more...

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"A significant corrective to our understanding of this new ubiquitous term... a major contribution to the understanding of this much-mentioned, but little-theorized mode." --The Times Literary Read more...

 
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