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Fantasy

Author: Richard Mathews
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113678554X
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Using a broad definition of fantasy to include myth, folklore, legend and fairy tale, this survey of the genre will entice as well as inform any student interested in the mysterious, mystical or magical. Beloved authors like J. R. R. Tolkien, Ursula K. Le Guin, William Morris and Robert E. Howard are examined closely.

Science Fiction After 1900

Author: Brooks Landon
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415938884
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Song from the Land of Fire explores Azerbaijanian musical culture, a subject previously unexamined by American and European scholars. This book contains notations of mugham performance--a fusion of traditional poetry and musical improvisation--and analysis of hybrid genres, such as mugham-operas and symphonic mugham by native composers. Intimately connected to the awakening of Azerbaijanian national consciousness while ruled by the Russian Empire and the USSR, mugham is inseparable from the contexts in which it is produced and heard. Inna Naroditskaya provides the historical and political contexts for mugham and profiles the musicians, musical genealogies, and musical institutions of Azerbaijan.

The Fairy Tale

Author: Steven Swann Jones
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415938914
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One of the best known, most enduring, and popular genres in all of literature is the fairy tale. Its origins stretch back to preliterate oral societies. This book surveys the origins and evolution into the modern versions we recognize today.

The Holocaust Novel

Author: Efraim Sicher
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135457085
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The first comprehensive study of Holocaust literature as a major postwar literary genre, The Holocaust Novel provides an ideal student guide to the powerful and moving works written in response to this historical tragedy. This student-friendly volume answers a dire need for readers to understand a genre in which boundaries and often blurred between history, fiction, autobiography, and memoir. Other essential features for students here include an annotated bibliography, chronology, and further reading list. Major texts discussed include such widely taught works as Night, Maus, The Shawl, Schindler's List, Sophie's Choice, White Noise, and Time's Arrow.

Travel Writing

Author: Casey Blanton
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415938938
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Following the genre's development from classical times to the present, "Travel Writing: The Self and the World" shows how it has evolved and changed, yet is always centered on encounters between the self and the other and the mediation between the familiar and the foreign. Emphasis is placed on Anglo-American travel writing since the 18th century. Identifying significant theoretical and critical contributions to the field, Casey Blanton presents an engaging historical overview of travel writing and provides close readings of exemplary texts by six major figures: James Boswell, Mary Kingsley, Graham Greene, Peter Mathiessen, V.S. Naipaul, and Bruce Chatwin.

One Earth One People

Author: Marek Oziewicz
Publisher: McFarland
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"Presents the genre from a holistic perspective, arguing that this subgenre of fantasy literature is misunderstood as result of decades of incomplete and reductionist literary studies. Asserts mythopoeic fantasy is the most complete literary expression of a worldview based on the existence of supernatural powers and could transform social consciousness with renewed emphasis on anticipating the future"--Provided by publisher.

African American Literature

Author: Alma Dawson
Publisher: Libraries Unltd Incorporated
ISBN: 9781563089312
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Contains more than seven hundred titles categorized by genre, a brief history of the evolution of African-American literature, reader's advisory guidelines, and other works which are central to the compelling African-American experience.

Digital Cultures And The Politics Of Emotion

Author: Athina Karatzogianni
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230391346
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Fifteen thought-provoking essays engage in an innovative dialogue between cultural studies of affect, feelings and emotions, and digital cultures, new media and technology. The volume provides a fascinating dialogue that cuts across disciplines, media platforms and geographic and linguistic boundaries.

Modernity In Crisis

Author: L. Donskis
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 0230339190
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A blend of political theory, social theory, and philosophy of culture, the book will show the relationship and tension between thought and action, politics and literature, power and dissent in modern politics and culture.