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Literary Celebrity in Canada - Lorraine York
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In recent years, Canadian authors have enjoyed tremendous international success, writing novels that become Oscar-nominated films or achieve coveted success as selections for the Oprah Winfrey bookclub. Literary Celebrity in Canada is the first extended study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Building on the argument that celebrity is a phenomenon firmly embraced by mainstream culture, Lorraine York examines it in relation to various tensions and conflicts within the literary community and beyond.Using as examples three contemporary literary celebrities, Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields, and four earlier popular writers, Pauline Johnson, Stephen Leacock, Mazo de la Roche, and L.M. Montgomery, York demonstrates that individual authors respond differently to fame in ways that can be contradictory and complex. She casts doubt on the notion of a specifically Canadian response to fame. Depending on the public interpretation of a particular writer''s life and work, different tensions arise in negotiating literary celebrity. Privacy versus publicity; swift success versus laborious apprenticeship; national versus international association, or ownership of the celebrity - no single version of celebrity applies to all.Citizenship, however, is a remarkably consistent site of tension for stars, literary or otherwise. Like citizenship, celebrity marks an uneasy space wherein the single, special individual and the group demographic both meet and separate. Literary Celebrity in Canada explores that space, drawing on current theories of celebrity and questioning their tendency to view fame as an empty phenomenon. This study is an innovative attempt to understand the psychology of literary stardom and will influence future research on contemporary literature and popular culture. Lorraine York, Books, Fiction and Literature, Literary Celebrity in Canada Books>Fiction and Literature Presents a study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Using as examples three literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - this book demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex.

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In recent years, Canadian authors have enjoyed tremendous international success, from writing novels that become Oscar-nominated films to achieving coveted success as selections for the Oprah Winfrey bookclub. Literary Celebrity in Canada is the first extended study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Building on the argument that celebrity is a phenomenon firmly embraced by mainstream culture, Lorraine York examines celebrity in relation to various tensions and conflicts within the literary community and beyond. Using as examples three contemporary literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - and four earlier popular writers - Pauline Johnson, Stephen Leacock, Mazo de la Roche and L. M. Montgomery - York demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex. York casts doubt on the notion of a specifically Canadian response to fame. Depending on the public interpretation of a particular writer's life and work, different tensions arise in negotiating literary celebrity. Privacy versus publicity; swift success versus laborious apprenticeship; national versus international association, or ownership of the celebrity: no single version of celebrity applies to all. Citizenship, however, is a remarkably consistent site of tension for stars, literary or otherwise. Like citizenship, celebrity marks an uneasy space wherein the single, special individual and the group demographic both meet and separate. Literary Celebrity in Canada explores that space, drawing on current theories of celebrity and questioning their tendency to view fame as an empty phenomenon. This study is an innovative attempt to understand the psychology of literary stardom and will influence future research on contemporary literature and popular culture. Literary Celebrity in Canada York, Lorraine Presents a study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Using as examples three literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - this book demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex.

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In recent years, Canadian authors have enjoyed tremendous international success, from writing novels that become Oscar-nominated films to achieving coveted success as selections for the Oprah Winfrey bookclub. Literary Celebrity in Canada is the first extended study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Building on the argument that celebrity is a phenomenon firmly embraced by mainstream culture, Lorraine York examines celebrity in relation to various tensions and conflicts within the literary community and beyond. Using as examples three contemporary literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - and four earlier popular writers - Pauline Johnson, Stephen Leacock, Mazo de la Roche and L. M. Montgomery - York demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex. York casts doubt on the notion of a specifically Canadian response to fame. Depending on the public interpretation of a particular writer's life and work, different tensions arise in negotiating literary celebrity. Privacy versus publicity; swift success versus laborious apprenticeship; national versus international association, or ownership of the celebrity: no single version of celebrity applies to all. Citizenship, however, is a remarkably consistent site of tension for stars, literary or otherwise. Like citizenship, celebrity marks an uneasy space wherein the single, special individual and the group demographic both meet and separate. Literary Celebrity in Canada explores that space, drawing on current theories of celebrity and questioning their tendency to view fame as an empty phenomenon. This study is an innovative attempt to understand the psychology of literary stardom and will influence future research on contemporary literature and popular culture. Literary Celebrity in Canada York, Lorraine, University of Toronto Press

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: UNIV OF TORONTO PR, 200 Seiten, L=223mm, B=174mm, H=22mm, Gew.=231gr, [GR: 15720 - HC/Literaturwissenschaft/Gattungen u. Methoden], [SW: - Archaeology / Anthropology], Gebunden, Klappentext: Presents a study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Using as examples three literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - this book demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex. Presents a study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Using as examples three literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - this book demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex.

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Literary Celebrity in Canada
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York, Lorraine

Titel:

Literary Celebrity in Canada

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0802092829

Presents a study of the dynamics of celebrity in the field of Canadian literature. Using as examples three literary celebrities - Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje, and Carol Shields - this book demonstrates that fame is performed in different keys by particular star authors and those performances can be contradictory and complex.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780802092823
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0802092829
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: UNIV OF TORONTO PR
200 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,231 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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