Andrea Levy

Original Synopsis

"Andrea Levy has a total of 208 pages which are papers from writer 'Jeannette Baxter, David James'. Andrea Levy has emerged as one of the most significant and popular voices in contemporary black British writing both in the UK and abroad. Drawing on a familial history of emigration, her critically-acclaimed novels - including the multiple award-winning Small Island - attempt to bring a variety of voices to the representation of black experience in post-war Britain. This book is the first of its kind to be devoted to Levy's work. Combining historical, theoretical and textual perspectives, the volume hosts a wide range of current critical approaches to Levy's fiction. With chapters written by leading established and emerging scholars, the book explores issues of literary form, diasporic literature and cultural value, the BBC TV adaptation of Small Island, while also shedding fresh light on Levy's critically neglected early works. The book also includes a new interview with Levy herself, a timeline of her life, chapter summaries, as well as guides to further reading and online resources, making this an essential companion to the writings of one of the most exciting voices in contemporary fiction. 2014-03-13 time of publication of the book, [-Bloomsbury Publishing-]"

Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Pages : 208 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : VAfZAgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 144112473X
ISBN-13 : 9781441124739
Time : 2014-03-13
Author : Jeannette Baxter, David James
Size : 767 KB/s
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Uriah's War

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"Uriah's War has a total of 16 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. Written to mark the centenary of the outbreak of WWI, this short story by multi-award-winning, million copy bestselling author Andrea Levy tells the tale of two Jamaican service men in that conflict. 2014-06-19 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 16 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : wzaJAwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1472222547
ISBN-13 : 9781472222541
Time : 2014-06-19
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 385 KB/s
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Small Island

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"Small Island has a total of 448 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. Winner of the 2004 Orange Prize for Fiction A Picador Original Trade Paperback Hortense Joseph arrives in London from Jamaica in 1948 with her life in her suitcase, her heart broken, her resolve intact. Her husband, Gilbert Joseph, returns from the war expecting to be received as a hero, but finds his status as a black man in Britain to be second class. His white landlady, Queenie, raised as a farmer's daughter, befriends Gilbert, and later Hortense, with innocence and courage, until the unexpected arrival of her husband, Bernard, who returns from combat with issues of his own to resolve. Told in these four voices, Small Island is a courageous novel of tender emotion and sparkling wit, of crossings taken and passages lost, of shattering compassion and of reckless optimism in the face of insurmountable barriers---in short, an encapsulation of that most American of experiences: the immigrant's life. 2010-04-01 time of publication of the book, [-Picador-]"

Publisher : Picador
Pages : 448 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : N-u-jsvD1YsC
ISBN-10 : 9781429901079
ISBN-13 : 1429901071
Time : 2010-04-01
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 287 KB/s
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Fruit of the Lemon

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"Fruit of the Lemon has a total of 260 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. A unique novel full of humour, wit and passion from Andrea Levy, critically acclaimed author of the Orange Prize winning SMALL ISLAND and the Man Booker shortlisted THE LONG SONG. Faith Jackson fixes herself up with a great job in TV and the perfect flatshare. But neither is that perfect - and nor are her relations with her overbearing, though always loving family. Furious and perplexed when her parents announce their intention to retire back home to Jamaica, Faith makes her own journey there, where she is immediately welcomed by her Aunt Coral, keeper of a rich cargo of family history. Through the weave of her aunt's storytelling a cast of characters unfolds stretching back to Cuba and Panama, Harlem and Scotland, a story that passes through London and sweeps through continents. 2011-03-03 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 260 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : QBjMbIB70UEC
ISBN-10 : 0755385713
ISBN-13 : 9780755385713
Time : 2011-03-03
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 352 KB/s
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Six Stories and an Essay

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"Six Stories and an Essay has a total of 128 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. Andrea Levy, author of the Man Booker shortlisted novel THE LONG SONG and the prize-winning, million-copy bestseller SMALL ISLAND, draws together a remarkable collection of short stories from across her writing career, which began twenty years ago with the publication of her first novel, the semi-autobiographical EVERY LIGHT IN THE HOUSE BURNIN'. 'None of my books is just about race,' Levy has said.'They're about people and history.' Her novels have triumphantly given voice to the people and stories that might have slipped through the cracks in history. From Jamaican slave society in the nineteenth century, through post-war immigration into Britain, to the children of migrants growing up in '60s London, her books are acclaimed for skilful storytelling and vivid characters. And her unique voice, unflinching but filled with humour, compassion and wisdom, has made her one of the most significant and exciting contemporary authors. This collection opens with an essay about how writing has helped Andrea Levy to explore and understand her heritage. She explains the context of each piece within the chronology of her career and finishes with a new story, written to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War in 1914. As with her novels, these stories are at once moving and honest, deft and humane, filled with insight, anger at injustice and her trademark lightness of touch. 2014-10-23 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 128 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : pLenAwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1472222679
ISBN-13 : 9781472222671
Time : 2014-10-23
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 999 KB/s
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The Long Song

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"The Long Song has a total of 300 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, The Long Song by multi-million-copy bestselling author Andrea Levy is a hauntingly beautiful, heartbreaking and unputdownable novel, which will resonate with everyone who went to see the Oscar-winning film 12 Years a Slave and fans of Sue Monk Kidd's The Secret Life of Bees. 'A marvel of luminous storytelling' Financial Times You do not know me yet. My son Thomas, who is publishing this book, tells me, it is customary at this place in a novel to give the reader a little taste of the story that is held within these pages. As your storyteller, I am to convey that this tale is set in Jamaica during the last turbulent years of slavery and the early years of freedom that followed. July is a slave girl who lives upon a sugar plantation named Amity and it is her life that is the subject of this tale. She was there when the Baptist War raged in 1831, and she was present when slavery was declared no more. My son says I must convey how the story tells also of July's mama Kitty, of the negroes that worked the plantation land, of Caroline Mortimer the white woman who owned the plantation and many more persons besides - far too many for me to list here. But what befalls them all is carefully chronicled upon these pages for you to peruse. Perhaps, my son suggests, I might write that it is a thrilling journey through that time in the company of people who lived it. All this he wishes me to pen so the reader can decide if this is a novel they might care to consider. Cha, I tell my son, what fuss-fuss. Come, let them just read it for themselves. 2010-02-04 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 300 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : oDwMXMaNX60C
ISBN-10 : 0755373413
ISBN-13 : 9780755373413
Time : 2010-02-04
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 567 KB/s
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Never Far From Nowhere

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"Never Far From Nowhere has a total of 249 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. A passionate and perceptive story full of the pain and the humour of growing up, from Andrea Levy, author of the Orange Prize winning SMALL ISLAND and the Man Booker shortlisted THE LONG SONG. NEVER FAR FROM NOWHERE is the story of two sisters, Olive and Vivien, born in London to Jamaican parents and brought up on a council estate. They go to the same grammar school, but while Vivien's life becomes a chaotic mix of friendships, youth clubs, skinhead violence, A-levels, discos and college, Olive, three years older and a skin shade darker, has a very different tale to tell... 2010-01-07 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 249 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : 87kyKM1FlI8C
ISBN-10 : 0755372980
ISBN-13 : 9780755372980
Time : 2010-01-07
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 729 KB/s
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Every Light in the House Burnin'

Original Synopsis

"Every Light in the House Burnin' has a total of 182 pages which are papers from writer 'Andrea Levy'. The remarkable, emotional debut novel, both funny and moving, which was longlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction, from the critically aclaimed Andrea Levy, author of the Orange Prize winning SMALL ISLAND and the Man Booker shortlisted THE LONG SONG. 'Better opportunity' - that's why Angela's dad sailed to England from America in 1948 on the Empire Windrush. Six months later her mum joined him in his one room in Earl's Court... ...Twenty years and four children later, Mr Jacob has become seriously ill and starts to move unsteadily through the care of the National Health Service. As Angela, his youngest, tries to help her mother through this ordeal, she finds herself reliving her childhood years, spent on a council estate in Highbury. 2010-06-24 time of publication of the book, [-Hachette UK-]"

Publisher : Hachette UK
Pages : 182 Paper
Genre : Fiction
No.ID : XnL3I_HE6_QC
ISBN-10 : 0755379519
ISBN-13 : 9780755379514
Time : 2010-06-24
Author : Andrea Levy
Size : 559 KB/s
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Diaspora in the Fiction of Andrea Levy

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"Diaspora in the Fiction of Andrea Levy has a total of 298 pages which are papers from writer 'Pavlína Flajšarová'. 2014 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 298 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : LKgIrgEACAAJ
ISBN-10 : 9788024441573
ISBN-13 : 8024441578
Time : 2014
Author : Pavlína Flajšarová
Size : 778 KB/s
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About: A London Short Story - Andrea Levy "Loose Change"

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"About: A London Short Story - Andrea Levy "Loose Change" has a total of 4 pages which are papers from writer 'Eveline Podgorski'. Essay from the year 2005 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, University of Paderborn, course: Narratives of London, language: English, abstract: In her short story “Loose Change”, Andrea Levy describes an all-day meeting between two women with an emigrational background in London. One of them has already established her life in the City, while the other has just arrived as a political refugee from Uzbekistan. The initial encounter takes a rather unexpected development up to a climax and a rather surprising end. For this, the setting, as well as the character of the I-narrator, the perspective of narration, and how other Londoners are described in the story, are very important. How these elements are used in the short story will be demonstrated in the following. 2008-12-12 time of publication of the book, [-GRIN Verlag-]"

Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Pages : 4 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : ONu13oA5EtcC
ISBN-10 : 364022891X
ISBN-13 : 9783640228911
Time : 2008-12-12
Author : Eveline Podgorski
Size : 588 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"Destined to fail - about "The Long Song" of Andrea Levy has a total of 10 pages which are papers from writer 'Lutz Reuter'. Seminar paper from the year 2011 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, Ernst Moritz Arndt University of Greifswald (Institut für Fremdsprachliche Philologien), course: Seminar Westindian Slavery in Fiction, language: English, abstract: After attending the seminar West Indian Slavery in fiction I realized how little I knew about that cruel episode of history. The third novel we discussed named The Long Song by Andrea Levy was the most impressive to me and made me especially aware of the lack of knowledge I had about the alleged liberators of the slaves in the West Indies. After the first reading of The Long Song I thought the author uses the character of Robert Goodwin only to show how complex the issue of racism is and how even the ideology of abolitionism was undermined by segregation. But when we dealt with this topic in the seminar a discussion arose about how the meaning of the relationship towards July should be evaluated in that context. I could not comprehend in contrast to the other participants how the feelings Goodwin displays towards July can be interpreted as true love since I always had in mind how cold-heartedly he left her behind and even abducted the baby. At the end of the session I was neither convinced nor satisfied because if one accepts his feelings towards July as being true love, the question arouses what the author intended by portraying such a strange relationship. Therefore I want to try to take a closer look at this constellation in order to suggest a reason why Levy makes the new Overseer fall in love with the protagonist. More precisely I want to prove that the development of the character of Robert Goodwin and the experiences he collects within the novel make clear how a racist ideology has to fail in general. Furthermore in his case it is particularly shown how the social and economic restraints of his time destined the young man to fail. 2012-06-05 time of publication of the book, [-GRIN Verlag-]"

Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Pages : 10 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : 6unjV6v-r-gC
ISBN-10 : 3656210276
ISBN-13 : 9783656210276
Time : 2012-06-05
Author : Lutz Reuter
Size : 487 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and PDF

Original Synopsis

"CIRURGIA BARIATRICA - MANUAL DE INSTRUÇOES PARA has a total of 96 pages which are papers from writer 'ANDREA LEVY SPRENGEL'. Ao longo desse processo, muitas perguntas surgem. Muitas vezes, as dúvidas não são de ordem médica ou técnica, mas sim de ordem emocional, nem sempre simples ou fáceis de serem expressas em palavras. Em texto claro e objetivo, pacientes, familiares e profissionais de saúde podem acessar este manual de instruções e usá-lo como um guia de conduta ao paciente bariátrico para que se obtenha sucesso nessa empreitada a favor da vida. Preparar-se adequadamente para a cirurgia e seguir as orientações da equipe multidisciplinar torna o tratamento bariátrico mais fácil e efetivo, e a finalidade deste livro é ajudar a todos os envolvidos nesta árdua tarefa. time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : 96 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : jKNVvgAACAAJ
ISBN-10 : 9788576802488
ISBN-13 : 8576802481
Time :
Author : ANDREA LEVY SPRENGEL
Size : 214 KB/s
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The Swarming Streets

Original Synopsis

"The Swarming Streets has a total of 227 pages which are papers from writer 'Lawrence Phillips'. Ranging from the turn of the nineteenth century to the last few years of the twentieth century, The Swarming Streets explores the representation of London in the last century through some of the major writers who have made it the foundation of their work. The natural companion to recent major histories and biographies of the metropolis, students and researchers alike will find major new essays on Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Richardson, Storm Jameson, E. Nesbit, Julian Barnes, Iain Sinclair, Graham Swift, B. S. Johnson, and Andrea Levy and others. Drawing on a rich variety of critical approaches, each essay is distinct as well as contributing to an overall analysis of literary representations of twentieth-century London. 2004-01 time of publication of the book, [-Rodopi-]"

Publisher : Rodopi
Pages : 227 Paper
Genre : History
No.ID : av6zGhIlumoC
ISBN-10 : 9789042016637
ISBN-13 : 9042016639
Time : 2004-01
Author : Lawrence Phillips
Size : 755 KB/s
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Contemporary British Novel Since 2000

Original Synopsis

"Contemporary British Novel Since 2000 has a total of 224 pages which are papers from writer 'James Acheson'. Focuses on the novels published since 2000 by twenty major British novelistsThe Contemporary British Novel Since 2000 is divided into five parts, with the first part examining the work of four particularly well-known and highly regarded twenty-first century writers: Ian McEwan, David Mitchell, Hilary Mantel and Zadie Smith. It is with reference to each of these novelists in turn that the terms arealist, apostmodernist, ahistorical and apostcolonialist fiction are introduced, while in the remaining four parts, other novelists are discussed and the meaning of the terms amplified. From the start it is emphasised that these terms and others often mean different things to different novelists, and that the complexity of their novels often obliges us to discuss their work with reference to more than one of the terms.Also discusses the works of: Maggie OFarrell, Sarah Hall, A.L. Kennedy, Alan Warner, Ali Smith, Kazuo Ishiguro, Kate Atkinson, Salman Rushdie, Adam Foulds, Sarah Waters, James Robertson, Mohsin Hamid, Andrea Levy, and Aminatta Forna. 2017-01-17 time of publication of the book, [-Edinburgh University Press-]"

Publisher : Edinburgh University Press
Pages : 224 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : zDRWDwAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1474403743
ISBN-13 : 9781474403740
Time : 2017-01-17
Author : James Acheson
Size : 719 KB/s
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Original Synopsis

"'Englishness' as a Problem in Julian Barnes' "England, England" and Andrea Levy's "Small Island" has a total of 10 pages which are papers from writer ''. Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Englisches Seminar), course: “How to be English without being British?” or: “How to be British without being English?” Identities in Contemporary British Novels: Barnes, Ballard, Levy, language: English, abstract: What is ‘Englishness’ and how can it be distinguished from ‘Britishness’? Why do we need these national identity concepts and why do they pose a problem? The purpose of this essay is to discuss these questions by means of a careful analysis of two selected books: Julian Barnes’ England, England and Andrea Levy’s Small Island. While both novels deal with the concept of ‘Englishness’, they do so in different ways. While Barnes exposes the constructedness of collective identities like ‘Englishness’, Levy reveals its excluding function and the paradoxes between ‘Englishness’ and ‘Britishness’ from the perspectives of Jamaican ‘Windrush’-migrants. 2013-12-03 time of publication of the book, [-GRIN Verlag-]"

Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Pages : 10 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : cWdFAgAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 3656553734
ISBN-13 : 9783656553731
Time : 2013-12-03
Author :
Size : 189 KB/s
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"English Colonial Language Policy and Postcolonial Literature has a total of 42 pages which are papers from writer 'Rositsa Kronast'. Bachelor Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Comparative Literature, grade: 2,0, LMU Munich (Department fur Allgemeine und Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft), language: English, abstract: 1. Introduction: The Impact of the English Colonial Language Policy on the Postcolonial Identity My paper aims at exploring the effects of English colonial language policy on the postcolonial identity and their representations in postcolonial literature. Before applying to the main works, on which I will focus, The Enigma of Arrival and Small Island, I would like briefly to introduce the reader to the objectives of English colonial language policy. English colonial language education not only responds to the demands of access to European knowledge, but also it is a way of effective governance over the colonized people. Under the mask of the moral imperial duty to enlighten uncultivated subjects, the established discourses of Anglicism and Orientalism aim at fashioning the tastes, opinions and morals of the natives after the British imperial style, making them deny their origins in an attempt to become more English than the Englishmen. The process of reshaping the colonials' identity is said to be for the sake of their own good, being in need to be cured of their ignorance. The indigenous cultures and languages are regarded as unable either to contain or to convey any sort of valuable information, because of being primitive and rude as the natives themselves. This motion leads to the alienation of the aboriginal personality, which is most obvious in the construction of a place. Due to the systematically destruction of the native language and the imposition of the one of colonial power, a wide gap opens between the experience of a place and the language available to describe it. I will concentrate on the postcolonial problem of establishing one's own place in the world as a result of cultural denigration and dislocation. Further exam 2010-03 time of publication of the book, [-GRIN Verlag-]"

Publisher : GRIN Verlag
Pages : 42 Paper
Genre :
No.ID : FQTYfn4FTdAC
ISBN-10 : 3640570324
ISBN-13 : 9783640570324
Time : 2010-03
Author : Rositsa Kronast
Size : 773 KB/s
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Growing Up Transnational, Identity and Kinship in a Global Era

Original Synopsis

"Growing Up Transnational, Identity and Kinship in a Global Era has a total of 288 pages which are papers from writer 'May Friedman, Silvia Schultermandl'. Stereotypes and cultural imperialism often provide a framework of fixed characteristics for postmodern life, yet fail to address the implications of questions such as, "Where are you from?" Growing Up Transnational challenges the assumptions behind this fixed framework to look at the interconnectivity, conflict, and contradictions within current discussions of identity and kinship. This collection offers a fresh, feminist perspective on family relations, identity politics, and cultural locations in a global era. Using an interdisciplinary approach from fields including gender studies, postcolonial theory, and literary theory, this volume questions the concept of hybridity and the tangible implications of assumed identities. The rich personal narratives of the authors explore hyphenated identities, hybridized families, and the challenges and rewards of lives on and beyond borders. The result is a new transnational sensibility that explores the redefinition of the self, the family, and the nation. 2011-02-19 time of publication of the book, [-University of Toronto Press-]"

Publisher : University of Toronto Press
Pages : 288 Paper
Genre : Social Science
No.ID : 95a01ZGX35wC
ISBN-10 : 1442695234
ISBN-13 : 9781442695238
Time : 2011-02-19
Author : May Friedman, Silvia Schultermandl
Size : 679 KB/s
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Finding Home

Original Synopsis

"Finding Home has a total of pages which are papers from writer 'Ole Birk Laursen'. 2009 time of publication of the book, [--]"

Publisher :
Pages : Paper
Genre :
No.ID : aM8utwAACAAJ
ISBN-10 : 9788764800524
ISBN-13 : 8764800520
Time : 2009
Author : Ole Birk Laursen
Size : 895 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and EPUB

Original Synopsis

"Metaphor and Diaspora in Contemporary Writing has a total of 226 pages which are papers from writer 'J. Sell'. Choose ten major contemporary diasporic writers (from Abdulrazak to Zadie), ask ten leading authorities to write about their use of metaphor, and this is the result: a timely reassertion of metaphor's unrivalled capacity to encompass sameness and difference and create understanding and empathy across boundaries of nationality, race and ethnicity. 2012-01-06 time of publication of the book, [-Springer-]"

Publisher : Springer
Pages : 226 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : AZdiAQAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 0230358454
ISBN-13 : 9780230358454
Time : 2012-01-06
Author : J. Sell
Size : 967 KB/s
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Market Aesthetics

Original Synopsis

"Market Aesthetics has a total of 264 pages which are papers from writer 'Elena Machado Sáez'. In Market Aesthetics, Elena Machado Sáez explores the popularity of Caribbean diasporic writing within an interdisciplinary, comparative, and pan-ethnic framework. She contests established readings of authors such as Junot Díaz, Julia Alvarez, Edwidge Danticat, and Robert Antoni while showcasing the work of emerging writers such as David Chariandy, Marlon James, and Monique Roffey. By reading these writers as part of a transnational literary trend rather than within isolated national ethnic traditions, the author is able to show how this fiction adopts market aesthetics to engage the mixed blessings of multiculturalism and globalization via the themes of gender and sexuality. New World Studies Modern Language Initiative 2015-03-24 time of publication of the book, [-University of Virginia Press-]"

Publisher : University of Virginia Press
Pages : 264 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : 1vmqBAAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 081393706X
ISBN-13 : 9780813937069
Time : 2015-03-24
Author : Elena Machado Sáez
Size : 645 KB/s
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Contemporary Fictions of Multiculturalism

Original Synopsis

"Contemporary Fictions of Multiculturalism has a total of 221 pages which are papers from writer 'M. Perfect'. Contemporary Fictions of Multiculturalism analyses novels of the late 20th and early 21st centuries that explore ethnic and cultural diversity in London. It contributes to key, ongoing debates in literary and cultural studies and, in particular, to debates over the status and relevance of multiculturalism today. 2014-09-30 time of publication of the book, [-Springer-]"

Publisher : Springer
Pages : 221 Paper
Genre : Literary Criticism
No.ID : OVyoBAAAQBAJ
ISBN-10 : 1137307129
ISBN-13 : 9781137307125
Time : 2014-09-30
Author : M. Perfect
Size : 946 KB/s
Format : EBOOK and PDF