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Routledge, 2001. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has hardback covers. In good all round condition. No dust jacket., Routledge, 2001, Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2007. Soft cover. New/No Jacket. "History isn't what happened. History is just what historians tell us . One good story leads to another. First it was kings and archbishops with some offstage divine tinkering, then it was the march of ideas and the movements of masses, then little local events which means something bigger, but all the time it's connections, progress, meaning, this led to this, this happened because of this . The history of the world? Just voices echoing in the dark; images that burn for a few centuries and then fade; stories, old stories that sometimes seem to overlap; strange links, impertinent connections." (Julian Barnes) Postcolonial literature has emerged from such a critique of the patterns, strategies and narrative conventions by which history has been written. Many of the most powerful postcolonial books therefore set out to explore counter-histories, i.e., different versions of the familiar but often repressive ways in which foundational stories are told and perpetuated. This poses a fundamental problem: how can a history of postcolonial literature proceed without itself erasing counter-versions and thus repressing the critical power that should be acknowledged? The twelve chapters in this book all address this problem through thematic, theory-informed and critically focussed readings of central novels - Things Fall Apart, Nervous Conditions, The Uncle's Story, True History of the Kelly Gang, The Moor's Last Sigh, The Impressionist, The Lonely Londoners, The Buddha of Suburbia, Small Island, Trumpet, The Robber Bride, The English Patient -, so as to reveal the choices we make when reading, writing or revising history and when declaring cultural products to be central. Contents: Introduction: Half-Books, Half-Breeds, Half-Truths (T. Döring) - Chinua Achebe; Things Fall Apart: Telling the History of African Colonization from the Inside (C.L. Innes) - Tsitsi Dangarembga, Nervous Conditions: Food for Thought in Zimbabwean Writing (C. Matzke) - Witi Ihimaera, The Uncle's Story: Indigenous Literatures in a Globalized World (F. Schulze-Engler) - Peter Carey, True History of the Kelly Gang: Narrative Failure and the Mock-Resurrection of an Australian Legend (R. Brosch) - Hari Kunzru, The Impressionist: Intertextuality in a Postcolonial Context (J. Griem) - Salman Rushdie, The Moor's Last Sigh: Remaking the Past and the Future (S. Schülting) - Samuel Selvon, The Lonely Londoners: The Emergence of Migrant Voices (S. Mühleisen) - Hanif Kureishi, The Buddha of Suburbia: Performing Identity in Postcolonial London (S. Reichl) - Andrea Levy, Small Island: Imagining Multiracial Conviviality in British Postwar Culture (V. Richter) - Jackie Kay, Trumpet: Life Border Writing (M. Stein) - Margaret Atwood, The Robber Bride: Welcoming the Vampire (C. Lemke) - Michael Ondaatje, The English Patient: A Family of International Bastards, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2007

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Trier, Germany: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2007. Soft cover. New/No Jacket. "History isn't what happened. History is just what historians tell us . One good story leads to another. First it was kings and archbishops with some offstage divine tinkering, then it was the march of ideas and the movements of masses, then little local events which means something bigger, but all the time it's connections, progress, meaning, this led to this, this happened because of this . The history of the world? Just voices echoing in the dark; images that burn for a few centuries and then fade; stories, old stories that sometimes seem to overlap; strange links, impertinent connections." (Julian Barnes) Postcolonial literature has emerged from such a critique of the patterns, strategies and narrative conventions by which history has been written. Many of the most powerful postcolonial books therefore set out to explore counter-histories, i.e., different versions of the familiar but often repressive ways in which foundational stories are told and perpetuated. This poses a fundamental problem: how can a history of postcolonial literature proceed without itself erasing counter-versions and thus repressing the critical power that should be acknowledged? The twelve chapters in this book all address this problem through thematic, theory-informed and critically focussed readings of central novels - Things Fall Apart, Nervous Conditions, The Uncle's Story, True History of the Kelly Gang, The Moor's Last Sigh, The Impressionist, The Lonely Londoners, The Buddha of Suburbia, Small Island, Trumpet, The Robber Bride, The English Patient -, so as to reveal the choices we make when reading, writing or revising history and when declaring cultural products to be central. Contents: Introduction: Half-Books, Half-Breeds, Half-Truths (T. Döring) - Chinua Achebe; Things Fall Apart: Telling the History of African Colonization from the Inside (C.L. Innes) - Tsitsi Dangarembga, Nervous Conditions: Food for Thought in Zimbabwean Writing (C. Matzke) - Witi Ihimaera, The Uncle's Story: Indigenous Literatures in a Globalized World (F. Schulze-Engler) - Peter Carey, True History of the Kelly Gang: Narrative Failure and the Mock-Resurrection of an Australian Legend (R. Brosch) - Hari Kunzru, The Impressionist: Intertextuality in a Postcolonial Context (J. Griem) - Salman Rushdie, The Moor's Last Sigh: Remaking the Past and the Future (S. Schülting) - Samuel Selvon, The Lonely Londoners: The Emergence of Migrant Voices (S. Mühleisen) - Hanif Kureishi, The Buddha of Suburbia: Performing Identity in Postcolonial London (S. Reichl) - Andrea Levy, Small Island: Imagining Multiracial Conviviality in British Postwar Culture (V. Richter) - Jackie Kay, Trumpet: Life Border Writing (M. Stein) - Margaret Atwood, The Robber Bride: Welcoming the Vampire (C. Lemke) - Michael Ondaatje, The English Patient: A Family of International Bastards, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2007

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A History of Postcolonial Literature in 12 1/2 Books
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Döring, Tobias

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A History of Postcolonial Literature in 12 1/2 Books

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