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J. Martin

J. Martin

Schreiber, Dr. phil., Professor für Medien- & Kommunikationsmanagement und Game Design, freier Kreativdirektor Text & Kommunikation. Plus, Pirat. Arrr!

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Brutal Narratives, Savage Figures: On the Matter of Violence in Postmodern American Literature and Literary Criticism

Brutal Narratives, Savage Figures: On the Matter of Violence in Postmodern American Literature and Literary Criticism

Fachbuch | 438 Seiten | Open Access Electronic Publication | Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf | Leseprobe

_Brutal Narratives, Savage Figures: On the Matter of Violence in Postmodern American Literature and Literary Criticism_ explores and approaches “violence” in postmodern literary and critical texts through a combined thematic and postmodern, or deconstructive, reading on the narrative and the figurative level and on several layers of critical and public discourse. Under the assumption of a common set of perspectives in both literary and critical texts relating to postmodernism as a period, characteristics have been found that shed light not only on the workings of violence in postmodern literature and literary criticism, but on postmodern thought in general.