Penelope Paparunas, Frances Ilmberger, Martin Heusser

Parallaxing Joyce

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Parallaxing Joyce is a groundbreaking collection of critical essays, as it approaches James Joyce's work using parallactic principles as its overriding theoretical framework. While parallax, a frequent term in Joyce's work, originally derives from astronomy, it has been appropriated in this volume to provide fresh perspectives on Joyce's oeuvre. By comparing Joyce and Marilyn Monroe, films, art, serializations, philosophy, translation and censorship, among others, these scholars transform our way of reading not only Joyce but also the world around us. This volume will appeal not only to academic researchers and Joyce enthusiasts, but also to anyone interested in literary and cultural studies.

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Parallaxing Joyce is a groundbreaking collection of critical essays, as it approaches James Joyce's work using parallactic principles as its overriding theoretical framework. While parallax, a term that surfaces frequently in Joyce's work, originally derives from astronomy denoting the difference or change in the apparent position or the direction of an object as viewed from several angles, it has been adeptly appropriated in this volume to provide vibrant and fresh perspectives on Joyce's oeuvre. By employing a parallactic view comparing Joyce and Marilyn Monroe, films, art, serializations, philosophy, translation, music and censorship, among others, these scholars transform our way of reading not only Joyce but also the world around us. By comparing Joyce and Marilyn Monroe, films, art, serializations, philosophy, translation and censorship, among others, these scholars transform our way of reading not only Joyce but also the world around us. This volume will appeal not only to academic researchers and Joyce enthusiasts, but also to anyone interested in literary and cultural studies.

Autoreninformation:
lic. phil. M. A. Penelope Paparunas, doctoral student at the English Department, University of Zurich
Frances Ilmberger, M. A., lecturer at the English Department, University of Zurich, & archivist at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation
Prof. Dr. Martin Heusser, English Department, University of Zurich
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ISBN 978-3-7720-8589-5
EAN 9783772085895
Bibliographie 1. Auflage
Seiten 367
Format kartoniert
Ausgabename 38589
Verlag A. Francke Verlag
Herausgeber Penelope Paparunas, Frances Ilmberger, Martin Heusser
Erscheinungsdatum 10.04.2017
Lieferzeit 1-3 Tage