Oxford Handbook of Twentieth-Century American Literature - Leslie Bow

Oxford Handbook of Twentieth-Century American Literature

Leslie Bow (Redaktør) ; Russ Castronovo (Redaktør)

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Forlag: Oxford University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780198824039
Format: 25 x 18 cm

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IntroductionLeslie Bow and Russ Castronovo:
1: Elizabeth Freeman: The Book of Love is Long and Boring: Reading Aloud, Care Work, and Children's Literature
2: John Levi Barnard: Colonization to Climate Change: American Literature and a Planet on Fire
3: Simon van Schalkwyk: Nuclear poetry: cultural containment and translational leakage in Robert Lowell's For the Union Dead
4: Joseph Entin: Precarious Forms: Reading Labor in and Beyond the Neoliberal Novel
5: Cynthia Wu: Asian Americans in the Novel of Late Capitalism: Samuel R. Delany's The Mad Man and Kevin Kwan's Crazy Rich Asians
6: Sean Teuton: The Hidden Voice: Indigenous Experience and Authenticity in Twentieth-Century American Literature
7: Lisa Hollenbach: 'Jumpin' with Symphony Sid': Post-1945 American Literature and Radio
8: Mark Goble: Faulkner at the Speed of History
9: Yogita Goyal: Twentieth-Century Western Man of Color: Richard Wright, Race, and Rootlessness
10: Harilaos Stecopoulos: 'Warm with Tipsy Embraces': Allen Ginsberg, the US-China Writers' Conferences, and the Propagation of Poetry
11: Kendall Johnson: The Last Puritan in Shanghai: The Faded Romance of China Trade Finance and the Queerly Transnational Melancholy of Emily Hahn's Wartime Opium Smoking
12: Rachel Adams: Modernism's Cares: Reading For and With
13: Aida Levy-Hussen: Black Literary History and the Problem of Identification in Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo
14: Melissa Daniels-Rauterkus: Andrea Lee's Europe: Race, Interracial Desire, and Transnationalism
15: Bernadine Hernández: Where Border Meets Narrative, Where Body Meets Word: The Animality of Border Subjectivity
16: Becca Gercken: Of Canons and Cabinets: Indigenous Bodies, Epistemological Spectacle, and an Unusual Indian in the Cupboard
17: Johannes Voelz: The Liberal Imagination Revisited: Saul Bellow, Ralph Ellison, and the Crisis of Democracy
18: Heidi Kim: Constructing Whiteness: Faulkner, Ferber, and the American Racial Imagination
19: Rachel Jane Carroll: Portrait of Adrian Piper as Art Object: Conceptualism, Interpretation, and Black Radicalism
20: Michael Rothberg: Cultural Memory Studies and the Beloved Paradigm: From Rememory to Abolition in the Afterlives of Slavery