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A.S. Byatt : Critical Storytelling

Author: Amy J Edwards de Campos; Alexa Alfer
Publisher: Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This comprehensive study of A.S. Byatt's work spans virtually her entire career and offers insightful readings of all of Byatt's works of fiction up to and including her Man-Booker-shortlisted novel The Children's Book (2009). The authors combine an accessible overview of Byatt's œuvre to date with close critical analysis of all her major works. Uniquely, the book also considers Byatt's critical writings and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Anthologies
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Amy J Edwards de Campos; Alexa Alfer
ISBN: 9780719066528 0719066522
OCLC Number: 963731023
Description: 1 online resource (208 pages)
Responsibility: Amy J. Edwards de Campos, Alexa Alfer.
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This comprehensive study of A.S. Byatt's work spans virtually her entire career and offers insightful readings of all of Byatt's works of fiction up to and including her Man-Booker-shortlisted novel The Children's Book (2009). The authors combine an accessible overview of Byatt's œuvre to date with close critical analysis of all her major works. Uniquely, the book also considers Byatt's critical writings and journalism, situating her beyond the immediate context of her fiction. The authors argue that Byatt is not only important as a storyteller, but also as an eminent critic and public intellectual. Advancing the concept of 'critical storytelling' as a hallmark of Byatt's project as a writer, the authors retrace Byatt's wide-ranging engagement with both literary and critical traditions. This results in positioning Byatt in the wider literary landscape. This book has broad appeal, including fellow researchers, undergraduate and postgraduate students, plus general enthusiasts of Byatt's work.

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