A.L. Kennedy (New British Fiction)
By: Kaye Mitchell (author)Hardback
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Mitchell provides students with a comprehensive introduction to Kennedy's work, placing her fiction and non-fiction in a clear historical and theoretical context. Its importance is considered in terms of contemporary Scottish identity and relevance to key issues in contemporary culture and theory. Including a timeline of key dates and an interview with the author, this guide offers an accessible reading of Kennedy's short stories, novels, poetry, non-fiction and screenplays and an overview of the reception this has provoked.
KAYE MITCHELL is Lecturer in Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester, UK.
General Editors Preface Acknowledgments PART 1: INTRODUCTION Timeline Introduction Author Biography PART 2: MAJOR WORKS The Poetics of Particularity: Space, Place and Identity in the Early Works Desire and Deceit: Kennedy's Post-Romantic World Recent Works PART 3: CRITICISM AND CONTEXTS Kennedy's Other Writings Kennedy in Question: The Critical Reception An Interview with A.L. Kennedy Selected Further Reading
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