Author: David Ray Griffin
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Keywords: postmodern, constructive, thought, theology, world, religion, god, essays
Number of Pages: 175
Published: 1989-01
List price: $59.50
ISBN-10: 0887069290
ISBN-13: 9780887069291

Authors:Jane Dowson, Steven Earnshaw,
Publisher: Rodopi Bv Editions
Keywords: postmodern, studies, subjects, texts
Published: 1995-01
List price: $111.00
ISBN-10: 9051838751
ISBN-13: 9789051838756

Author: Joseph Francese
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Keywords: postmodern, culture, series, time, narrating, space
Number of Pages: 222
Published: 1997-10-02
List price: $29.95
ISBN-10: 0791435148
ISBN-13: 9780791435144

Francese defines postmodern writing and distinguishes it from modernist prose by citing the examples of two modern and three postmodern authors: Italo Calvino, John Barth, Toni Morrison, E. L. Doctorow, and Antonio Tabucchi. While the modernist narratives of Calvino and Barth attempt to assimilate what is other, the postmodern narratives of Morrison, Doctorow, and Tabucchi recognize diversities that cannot be assimilated, instead seeking out external, communicative sources of authentication. To a great extent, these changes in narrative strategy are a response to changes in real living conditi

Author: Paul Maltby
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Keywords: postmodern, culture, series, critique, visionary, moment
Number of Pages: 176
Published: 2002-04
List price: $54.50
ISBN-10: 0791454134
ISBN-13: 9780791454138

Explores and critiques the metaphysics and ideology of the visionary moment as a convention in twentieth-century American fiction, from the standpoint of postmodernism. In The Visionary Moment, Paul Maltby draws on postmodern theory to examine the metaphysics and ideology of the visionary moment, or ’epiphany’, in twentieth-century American fiction. Engaging critically with the works of Don DeLillo, Jack Kerouac, Saul Bellow, Flannery O’Connor, Alice Walker, and William Faulkner, Maltby explains show the literary convention of the visionary moment promotes the myth that there

Author: H. L. Hix
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Keywords: postmodern, theory, culture, series, legacies, hovering, over, ashes, spirits
Number of Pages: 208
Published: 1995-07
List price: $50.50
ISBN-10: 0791425150
ISBN-13: 9780791425152

Author: J. Peter BURGESS
Publisher: Editions Rodopi B.V.
Keywords: postmodern, europe, studies, culture, politics, political, cultural
Number of Pages: 451
Published: 1997-01
List price: $159.00
ISBN-10: 9042003278
ISBN-13: 9789042003279

The present volume assembles essays from a broad cultural and professional spectrum around the question of European cultural identity. The heterogeneity of the contributors - their differing points of departure and methods - attests to a tension in intellectual communities which today is more intense than ever. Europe’s identity crisis is not merely an empirical matter. It reflects a far deeper, and far older, discursive crisis. The mandate of Europe’s traditional intellectual institutions to preserve and police their own cultural heritage has proved incapable of evolving in a ma

Authors:Daniel R. White, Gert Hellerich,
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Keywords: postmodern, culture, series, labyrinths, mind
Number of Pages: 221
Published: 1998-06
List price: $51.50
ISBN-10: 0791437876
ISBN-13: 9780791437872

Labyrinths of the Mind critically engages and creatively transforms the patterns of postmodern culture. It envisions strategies of self-discovery emerging in our era as a labyrinth, whose design evolves as we explore it. Nietzsche serves as our guide throughout the book as we wander the shopping mall, travel on an odyssey with Franz Kafka, critically explore the disorders of psychiatry and psychotherapy, attend a Nine Inch Nails concert during the Gulf War, wake on a medical examination table, and contemplate ourselves in the mirror of the biosphere.
  
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