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Spaces of Longing and Belonging : territoriality, ideology and creative Identity in Literature and Film

Author: Brigitte Le Juez
Publisher: Linden : Brill, Rodopi, [2019]
Series: Spatial practices, 30.
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Spaces of Longing and Belonging offers the reader theoretical and interpretative studies of spatiality centered on a variety of literary and cultural contexts. It brings new and complementary insights to bear on creative uses of spatiality in artistic texts and generally into the field of spatiality as a cultural phenomenon, especially, although not exclusively, in terms of literary space. Ranging over questions of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1089570192
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brigitte Le Juez
ISBN: 9789004402935 9004402934
OCLC Number: 1096236107
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Notes on Contributors; Introduction; 1. In-between Territories; 2. Ideological Sites of Belonging; 3. Space, Affect and Identity; References; Chapter 1 Belonging to the Periphery of the Planet; Planetarity2; Periphery; Utopia; References; part 1 In-between Territories; Chapter 2 Home/Land: Diasporic Space and Topologies of Relation in Nimrod's L'Or des rivières (2010); Errant Son: Diasporic Space and the Poetics of Relation; Mother/Land: Misrecognitions and the Topos of Return Tricks of Light: the Leitmotif of Geographic CollisionFather/Land: Intersubjectivity and Topographies of Relation; Conclusion: Reconfiguring the Home/Land in Diasporic Space; References; Chapter 3 Poetics of the Shipping Forecast; Science, Poetry, Magic; Nostalgia; Loss of Meaning; Borderlining; Nature; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 "That Other Unreality": Place, Non-Place and the Fantastic in Julio Cortázar's "La isla a mediodía" (1966); Place, Non-Place and Social Interaction; Place and Text; Reality and Unreality; Links between Place and Non-Place; References Chapter 5 Longing and Belonging in Contemporary Finland-Swedish LiteratureNarrow Rooms; Longing for an Elsewhere; Borders, Belonging and Inclusion; Adopted Languages: Textual Multilingualism and Belonging; Remaining in-between; References; Chapter 6 The Longing of Lafcadio Hearn for His Own Japan; References; part 2 Ideological Sites of Belonging; Chapter 7 Spatial Patterns in Literary Fiction: the Case of Delibes's The Holy Innocents; 1 Discourse Space; 2 Chronotopic Space; 3 Story-Space; Conclusion; References; Chapter 8 Romantic Poets and the Legend of the Haunted Cave of Hercules Mythological and Physical SpaceThe Enchanted Cave: a Political Representation; Gothic Space: Palace, Tower, Threshold; A Place to Which to Travel: the Cave of Hercules; Summarizing Meanings; References; Chapter 9 Longing and Belonging: Space, Time and Intertextuality in the Post-Colonial Theatre of Wole Soyinka; References; Chapter 10 Race and Post-9/11 Arab-American Identity: Contestatory Agency in the Poetic Discourse of Suheir Hammad and Andrea Assaf; Auto- and Hetero-Images in Arab-American Literature; Suheir Hammad: "First Writing Since"; Andrea Assaf: "Quadroon" Imagological Discussion: ConclusionsReferences; part 3 Space, Affect and Identity; Chapter 11 Remaking Creativity: H Story, Nobuhiro Suwa's Transposition of Hiroshima Mon Amour; Multi-Faceted Hiroshima: Longing for Past and Present Identities; Embracing Hiroshima Now; References; ­chapter 12 Signifying the Nation: (In)Communication, Absence and National (Be)Longing in Marc Evans's Patagonia (2010); References; Chapter 13 The Outcasts of the Universe: Longing and Belonging in Nathaniel Hawthorne's and Edgar Allan Poe's London Tales; Images of London; Dazed and Confused
Series Title: Spatial practices, 30.
Responsibility: edited by Brigitte Le Juez and Bill Richardson.

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Spaces of Longing and Belonging offers the reader theoretical and interpretative studies of spatiality centered on a variety of literary and cultural contexts. It brings new and complementary insights to bear on creative uses of spatiality in artistic texts and generally into the field of spatiality as a cultural phenomenon, especially, although not exclusively, in terms of literary space. Ranging over questions of aesthetics, politics, sociohistorical concerns, issues of postcoloniality, transculturality, ecology and features of interpersonal spaces, among others, the essays provide a considerable collection of innovative pieces of scholarship on important questions relating to literary spatiality generally, as well as detailed analyses of particular works and authors. The volume includes ground-breaking theoretical investigations of crucial dimensions of spatiality in a context of increased global awareness.

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