Marion May Campbell

Poetic Revolutionaries

Intertextuality & Subversion

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    Auteur Marion May Campbell
    Editeur Rodopi - Brill
    Distributeur Association de Boccard

    Poetic Revolutionaries is an exploration of the relationship between radical textual practice, social critique and subversion. From an introduction considering recent debates regarding the cultural politics of intertextuality allied to avant-garde practice, the study proceeds to an exploration of texts by a range of writers for whom formal and poetic experimentation is allied to a subversive politics: Jean Genet, Monique Wittig, Angela Carter, Kathy Acker, Kathleen Mary Fallon, Kim Scott and Brian Castro. Drawing on theories of avant-garde practice, intertextuality, parody, representation, and performance such as those of Mikhaïl Bakhtin, Julia Kristeva, Gérard Genette, Margaret A. Rose, Linda Hutcheon, Fredric Jameson, Ross Chambers and Judith Butler, these readings explore how a confluence of writing strategies – covering the structural, narratological, stylistic and scenographic – can work to boost a text’s subversive power.

    Contents Acknowledgements Introduction: The fetishised coupling: poetics and revolution Chapter One: Jean Genet’s transgressive scenography Chapter Two: Monique Wittig’s Le corps lesbien/The Lesbian Body Chapter Three: Re-materialising the disappearing body in Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber Chapter Four: Kathy Acker or Catheter the Hack Chapter Five: Textual intercourse: Kathleen Mary Fallon’s Working Hot Chapter Six: Kim Scott’s Benang: From the Heart Chapter Seven: Radical disorientation in Brian Castro’s Shanghai Dancing In guise of conclusion Appendix: ironic trans-contextualisation in a work of postmodern parody Works cited Index

    Livre Broché
    Date de parution 2014-01-01
    Nbr Pages Arabes 324
    Collection Postmodern Studies
    ISBN 13 978-90-420-3786-1
    Type Nom