- Literature and Literary Studies
- Literature History and Criticism
- Literary Studies
- Post C1900
Contemporary Theories and Canadian Fiction: Shifting Sands (Canadian Studies v. 21)By: Eva Darias-Beautell (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis study attempts to bring together a series of provinces between and within contemporary theory, criticism and fiction. It provides an overview of some of the most complex issues shaping present literary debates with a clear focus on Canadian fiction of the last 20 years of the 20th century.
ContentsVisible structures - the theory and literary practices of post-structuralism: discourse, ideology and the subject; origin, structure and meaning; Derrida's deconstruction; practice and problems. The postmodern condition and the text: postmodernism and repesentation; postmodern fiction/intertextual fictions; the Canadian postmodern. Writing the postcolonial/transcultural subject in the Canadian space: postcolonial theory and the politics of the represented representing; deconstructing history and nation; writing back and beyond - cross/transcultural approaches to self-representation. Feminisms, postmodes and contemporary Canadian women's writings in context: the otherness of women; the subject(s) of feminist theory; gender and postmodes; Canadian women writers in context; views from elsewhere.
- publication date: 01/09/2000
- ISBN13: 9780773481732
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 267
- ID: 9780773481732
- ISBN10: 0773481737
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