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Nine writers of postmodernist metafiction : explaining the literary tricks that undo realistic discourse, Eman El-Meligi

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Nine writers of postmodernist metafiction : explaining the literary tricks that undo realistic discourse
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Nine writers of postmodernist metafiction
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explaining the literary tricks that undo realistic discourse
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Eman El-Meligi
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Language
eng
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El-Meligi, Eman
Index
index present
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non fiction
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  • Postmodernism (Literature)
  • Postcolonialism in literature
  • Literature, Modern
  • Literature and society
  • Social problems in literature
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Nine writers of postmodernist metafiction : explaining the literary tricks that undo realistic discourse, Eman El-Meligi
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Human? Hubristic?
  • Works Cited
  • Pygmalion-Galatea
  • Metafiction and Postmodernism
  • Hypertexts and Simulacra
  • The Academy Novel: Lodge and Powers
  • Is Galatea Pygmalion? Intertextuality and Reversal of Roles
  • Cognitive Theory and Artificial Intelligence
  • Nafisi and Scheherazade: Intertextuality Politicized
  • Magic Realism and Aborted Creativity
  • Nabokov and The Magician
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Binarism: Persian vs. Islamic
  • Lodge and Nafisi: Parody and Metafiction
  • Paratextuality and the Simulacrum
  • The Academy Novel and Intertextuality
  • Lodge, Powers and Nafisi: Intertextuality, the Simulacrum and the Academy Novel
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Two
  • Nadine Gordimer's July's People: A Postcolonial Metanarrative
  • Magic Realism and Intertextuality
  • ch. One
  • The Subaltern
  • Sisyphus: Cyclical Narrative Structure
  • Archetypes and Defamiliarization
  • Symbolism of Title
  • Prison Notebooks and Decolonization of the Mind
  • Mythical Time
  • Narrative Technique
  • Polyphony
  • Symbolism
  • Imagery
  • Intertextuality, the Simulacrum and the Academy Novel: A Comparative Reading of Reality and Hyperreality in David Lodge's Nice Work, Richard Powers' Galatea 2.2, and Azar Nafisi's Reading Lolita in Tehran
  • Irony
  • Forbidden Knowledge and the Fall
  • Black Skin, White Masks?
  • Apocalypse
  • The Epigraph and Gramsci
  • Hegemony and Complicity
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Three
  • Dehyphenated Identity and Carnivalesque Polyphony: A Bakhtinian Reading of Hybridity and Female Characters in Zadie Smith's White Teeth and Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior
  • Lodge, Metafiction and Hyperreality
  • Liminality and Hybridity
  • Carnival
  • Heteroglossia and the Chronotope
  • Polyphony: Nation and Narration
  • Imagery
  • A Revisionist Tale
  • Dialogism and Symbolism of Character
  • Postmodernism and Metanarratives
  • Dissemination and Dehyphenation
  • Storytelling and Amnesia
  • Intertextuality, Paratextuality, and the Simulacrum
  • Oral vs. Written Archive
  • Carnivalesque Rewriting of Narrative
  • Feminism and Ambivalence
  • Smith and Kingston
  • Dehyphenated Identity
  • Heteroglossia and the Chronotope
  • Symbolism
  • Metafiction and Authenticity
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • The Academy Novel: Literary Theory and the Victorian Novel
  • ch. Four
  • "Memory Seemed Unwise": Archaeological Dynamics of Memory and Amnesia: An Archetypal Reading of Toni Morrison's Beloved
  • Archaeology, Memory and Archetypes
  • Memory and Symbolism of Character
  • Animal Imagery and Racism
  • Decolonizing the Mind
  • Regressus-ad-Uterum: Symbolism of the Narrative
  • Structure Water Imagery: Reminiscence and Painful Resurrection
  • Gravity of History: Dynamics of Memory and Amnesia
  • Notes
  • Pastiche and The Two-World Nation
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Five
  • "Not on the World's Map": Cartography, Magic Realism and the Image of the Other: A Study of Symbolism in Hilary Mantel's Eight Months on Ghazzah Street
  • Symbolism of Time and Setting
  • Binarism and Narrative Structure
  • "Not on the World's Map": Cartography, the Simulacrum and the Image of the Other
  • The Original-Replica Binarism: Juxtaposition of Motifs and Symbols
  • Forbidden Knowledge
  • Absurdist ̀Chairs'
  • Notes
  • Binarism and Autobiography
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Six
  • Alaa al-Aswany: A Foucauldian Reading
  • Discourse and Power
  • The Panopticon and Surveillance: Discipline and Punish
  • Repressed Sexuality and Homophobia
  • Clinical Terminology and Normalizing Discourse
  • Islamists and the Gravity of History
  • Foucault and Aswany: Revisionist Counternarratives
  • Notes
Control code
ocn864359004
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
v, 224 pages
Isbn
9780773442979
Lccn
2013953366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)864359004
Label
Nine writers of postmodernist metafiction : explaining the literary tricks that undo realistic discourse, Eman El-Meligi
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Human? Hubristic?
  • Works Cited
  • Pygmalion-Galatea
  • Metafiction and Postmodernism
  • Hypertexts and Simulacra
  • The Academy Novel: Lodge and Powers
  • Is Galatea Pygmalion? Intertextuality and Reversal of Roles
  • Cognitive Theory and Artificial Intelligence
  • Nafisi and Scheherazade: Intertextuality Politicized
  • Magic Realism and Aborted Creativity
  • Nabokov and The Magician
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Binarism: Persian vs. Islamic
  • Lodge and Nafisi: Parody and Metafiction
  • Paratextuality and the Simulacrum
  • The Academy Novel and Intertextuality
  • Lodge, Powers and Nafisi: Intertextuality, the Simulacrum and the Academy Novel
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Two
  • Nadine Gordimer's July's People: A Postcolonial Metanarrative
  • Magic Realism and Intertextuality
  • ch. One
  • The Subaltern
  • Sisyphus: Cyclical Narrative Structure
  • Archetypes and Defamiliarization
  • Symbolism of Title
  • Prison Notebooks and Decolonization of the Mind
  • Mythical Time
  • Narrative Technique
  • Polyphony
  • Symbolism
  • Imagery
  • Intertextuality, the Simulacrum and the Academy Novel: A Comparative Reading of Reality and Hyperreality in David Lodge's Nice Work, Richard Powers' Galatea 2.2, and Azar Nafisi's Reading Lolita in Tehran
  • Irony
  • Forbidden Knowledge and the Fall
  • Black Skin, White Masks?
  • Apocalypse
  • The Epigraph and Gramsci
  • Hegemony and Complicity
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Three
  • Dehyphenated Identity and Carnivalesque Polyphony: A Bakhtinian Reading of Hybridity and Female Characters in Zadie Smith's White Teeth and Maxine Hong Kingston's The Woman Warrior
  • Lodge, Metafiction and Hyperreality
  • Liminality and Hybridity
  • Carnival
  • Heteroglossia and the Chronotope
  • Polyphony: Nation and Narration
  • Imagery
  • A Revisionist Tale
  • Dialogism and Symbolism of Character
  • Postmodernism and Metanarratives
  • Dissemination and Dehyphenation
  • Storytelling and Amnesia
  • Intertextuality, Paratextuality, and the Simulacrum
  • Oral vs. Written Archive
  • Carnivalesque Rewriting of Narrative
  • Feminism and Ambivalence
  • Smith and Kingston
  • Dehyphenated Identity
  • Heteroglossia and the Chronotope
  • Symbolism
  • Metafiction and Authenticity
  • Notes
  • Works Cited
  • The Academy Novel: Literary Theory and the Victorian Novel
  • ch. Four
  • "Memory Seemed Unwise": Archaeological Dynamics of Memory and Amnesia: An Archetypal Reading of Toni Morrison's Beloved
  • Archaeology, Memory and Archetypes
  • Memory and Symbolism of Character
  • Animal Imagery and Racism
  • Decolonizing the Mind
  • Regressus-ad-Uterum: Symbolism of the Narrative
  • Structure Water Imagery: Reminiscence and Painful Resurrection
  • Gravity of History: Dynamics of Memory and Amnesia
  • Notes
  • Pastiche and The Two-World Nation
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Five
  • "Not on the World's Map": Cartography, Magic Realism and the Image of the Other: A Study of Symbolism in Hilary Mantel's Eight Months on Ghazzah Street
  • Symbolism of Time and Setting
  • Binarism and Narrative Structure
  • "Not on the World's Map": Cartography, the Simulacrum and the Image of the Other
  • The Original-Replica Binarism: Juxtaposition of Motifs and Symbols
  • Forbidden Knowledge
  • Absurdist ̀Chairs'
  • Notes
  • Binarism and Autobiography
  • Works Cited
  • ch. Six
  • Alaa al-Aswany: A Foucauldian Reading
  • Discourse and Power
  • The Panopticon and Surveillance: Discipline and Punish
  • Repressed Sexuality and Homophobia
  • Clinical Terminology and Normalizing Discourse
  • Islamists and the Gravity of History
  • Foucault and Aswany: Revisionist Counternarratives
  • Notes
Control code
ocn864359004
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
v, 224 pages
Isbn
9780773442979
Lccn
2013953366
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)864359004

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