10 edition of Lamentation and Modernity in Literature, Philosophy, and Culture found in the catalog.
October 2, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
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: Lamentation and Modernity in Literature, Philosophy, and Culture (): R. Saunders: BooksCited by: 9. Through a series of probing theoretical reflections and incisive close readings, ranging over important texts of both critical theory and literature, Saunders's book explores the haunting role of lamentation in modernity.
She sees lamentation as an aesthetic and political form interacting with traumatic loss and traversing various genres Brand: Palgrave Macmillan US. Saunders analyzes the ideological uses of loss in literary, philosophical, and social texts from the late 19th and 20th centuries through the lens of women's lament traditions and includes philosophical texts by Nietzsche, Heidegger, and Derrida; and literary works by William Faulkner, Stéphane Mallarmé, Dimitris Hatzis, and Tahar Ben Jelloun.
Get this from a library. Lamentation and modernity in literature, philosophy, and culture. [Rebecca Saunders] -- "Examining modernity's pervasive rhetoric of loss and crisis from the unique perspective of women's lament traditions, Lamentation and Modernity analyzes the ideological uses of loss in literary.
Journal of the History of Philosophy () This is a well-written book. It is clear. Making use of a wide variety of sources both analytic and continental, it argues that Nietzsche. State University. Her publications include Lamentation and Modernity in Literature, Philosophy and Culture, The Concept of the Foreign: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, and numerous articles.
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Abstract. Tahar Ben Jelloun’s novel, L’enfant de sable is a lamentation for the body colonized by gender: this chapter will attempt to explore this proposition, to understand why such a reading is called for and what it would entail, acknowledging that nearly every term in this proposition merits being taken to task.
1 I am less concerned with campaigning for this proposition as a critical Author: Rebecca Saunders. David Ellison's book is an investigation into the historical origins and textual practice of European literary Modernism.
Ellison's study traces the origins of Modernism to the emergence of early German Romanticism from the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, and emphasizes how the passage from Romanticism to Modernism can be followed in the gradual transition from the sublime to the : David Ellison.
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She has written a confessional book. Modernism's Lamentation and Postmodernism's Celebration While each movement claims its own name and set of authors, the characteristics of the literary postmodernist period are quite similar to those of the literary modernist movement, and their differences are more those of attitude than of form.
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It also reviews the necessary fluidity of elegiac forms that virtually all the historical essays elaborate. The two categories of lament — lamentation over death or destruction and complaint over distress — are treated both separately and in relation to one : Edward L. Greenstein. In this book, Alec Basson examines the divine metaphors in a selection of biblical Hebrew Psalms of Lamentation from a cognitive-anthropological perspective.
The study signals a move beyond the more traditional approaches to the Psalms and argues that the textual information in these poems is more than literary information as such; it is also a. key from the easy on Andrew Krupin().
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What Is Wrong with Modern Times – and How to Regain Wisdom. Part I: The Ills of Modernity. The conditions of modernity are in many ways profoundly better than those under which the vast majority of humanity lived for more or less the whole of history.
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Rebecca Saunders teaches global literatures, theory, and African studies at Illinois State University. She is the author of Lamentation and Modernity in Literature, Philosophy and Culture (Palgrave), and numerous articles on texts from France, Greece, Morocco, and South Africa.While the question of love or of meaning has occupied philosophers intensively over the ages, the philosophical literature on consolation is very limited, and rare.¹ Moreover, not only was consolation left on the margins of the history of philosophy (in antiquity and the Middle Ages), consolation in modernity became the object of a form of.Greek Independence William Faulkner Book Jacket Trauma Letter Board Philosophy Literature Ebooks Texts Lamentation and Modernity in Literature, Philosophy, and Culture - available from Dawsonera [email protected] New ebooks (for University of Cambridge users).