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Romancing theory, riding interpretation : (in)fusion approach and Salman Rushdie

Author: Ranjan Ghosh
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2012.
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Reaffirms the need to look into the productive inventiveness of approaches and the consequences that this might have on our understanding of literature. This book shows the romance that theory can  Read more...

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Romancing theory, riding interpretation.
New York : Peter Lang, c2012
(DLC) 2011048774
(OCoLC)769289540
Named Person: Salman Rushdie; Salman Rushdie
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ranjan Ghosh
ISBN: 9781453905623 1453905626 9781299437968 1299437966
OCLC Number: 792742301
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 230 p.)
Contents: Romancing theory, riding interpretation / Ranjan Ghosh --
Reception and/or (in)fusion: interpretation and literary institutions in the 21st century / Philip Goldstein --
Is (in)fusionism a perspectivism or an interactionism? / Stephen R. Yarbrough --
Hodos infusion and method / John W.P. Phillips --
(in)fusing moments of transient alignment into diverse communities of understanding / John de Reuck and Jenny de Reuck --
Green infusion? / Timothy Clark --
Fractcal t®opologies: (re-)cition, (mani-)folds, alterity: (in)fusing Midnight's children / Joseph Pugliese --
(In)fusion and the 'postcolonial': Salman Rushdie's Shame as ethical-political fiction / Sara Upstone --
The Satanic Verses as secular transcendence / Naheem Jabbar --
The Moor's Last Sigh as palimpstine, a country of fusions and infusions / Allen Hibbard & Savitri Ashok --
Singular multiplicity: the Ground Beneath her Feet / Juliette Taylor-Batty --
Reading Fury as an imperial fiction / Neelam Srivastava.
Responsibility: edited by Ranjan Ghosh.
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