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After Utopia: The Rise Of Critical Space In Twentieth-century American Fiction. - Spencer, Nicholas.
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[EAN: 9780803243019], Neubuch, [PU: University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London], AMERICAN FICTION. NICHOLAS SPENCER, JACK LONDON, UPTON SINCLAIR, JOHN DOS PASSOS, JOSEPHINE HERBST, UTOPIA, UTOPIAN SOCIETIES, MARY MCCARTHY, PAUL GOODMAN, THOMAS PYNCHON, WILLIAM GADDIS, JOAN DIDION, DON DELILLO, GEORG LUK‡CS, ERNST BLOCH, ANTONIO GRAMSCI, HANNAH ARENDT, HENRI LEFEBVRE, GILLES DELEUZE, FŽLIX GUATTARI, LITERARY CRITICISM, VIRILIO, Literary Criticism|American|General, Literary Criticism|General, Jacket, 276 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. LITERARY CRITICISM. By developing the concept of critical space, After Utopia presents a new genealogy of twentieth-century American fiction. Nicholas Spencer argues that the radical American fiction of Jack London, Upton Sinclair, John Dos Passos, and Josephine Herbst reimagines the spatial concerns of late nineteenth-century utopian American texts. Instead of fully imagined utopian societies, such fiction depicts localized utopian spaces that provide essential support for the models of history on which these authors focus. In the midcentury novels of Mary McCarthy and Paul Goodman and the late twentieth-century fiction of Thomas Pynchon, William Gaddis, Joan Didion, and Don DeLillo, narratives of social space become decreasingly utopian and increasingly critical. The highly varied "critical space" of such texts attains a position similar to that enjoyed by representations of historical transformation in early twentieth-century radical American fiction. After Utopia finds that central aspects of postmodern American novels derive from the overtly political narratives of London, Sinclair, Dos Passos, and Herbst. Spencer focuses on distinct moments in the rise of critical space during the past century and relates them to the writing of Georg Luk‡cs, Ernst Bloch, Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Henri Lefebvre, Gilles Deleuze and FŽlix Guattari, and Paul Virilio. The systematic and genealogical encounter between critical theory and American fiction reveals close parallels between and original analyses of these two areas of twentieth-century cultural discourse. Nicholas Spencer is an associate professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he specializes in twentieth-century American literature and critical theory. (Key Words: American Fiction. Nicholas Spencer, Jack London, Upton Sinclair, John Dos Passos, Josephine Herbst, Utopia, Utopian Societies, Mary McCarthy, Paul Goodman, Thomas Pynchon, William Gaddis, Joan Didion, Don DeLillo, Georg Luk‡cs, Ernst Bloch, Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Henri Lefebvre, Gilles Deleuze, FŽlix Guattari, Literary Criticism, Paul Virilio).

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[EAN: 9780803243019], Neubuch, [PU: University of Nebraska Press, United States], Literary Criticism|American|General, Literary Criticism|General, Language: English . Brand New Book. By developing the concept of critical space, After Utopia presents a new genealogy of twentieth-century American fiction. Nicholas Spencer argues that the radical American fiction of Jack London, Upton Sinclair, John Dos Passos, and Josephine Herbst reimagines the spatial concerns of late nineteenth-century utopian American texts. Instead of fully imagined utopian societies, such fiction depicts localized utopian spaces that provide essential support for the models of history on which these authors focus. In the midcentury novels of Mary McCarthy and Paul Goodman and the late twentieth-century fiction of Thomas Pynchon, William Gaddis, Joan Didion, and Don DeLillo, narratives of social space become decreasingly utopian and increasingly critical. The highly varied critical space of such texts attains a position similar to that enjoyed by representations of historical transformation in early twentieth-century radical American fiction. After Utopia finds that central aspects of postmodern American novels derive from the overtly political narratives of London, Sinclair, Dos Passos, and Herbst. Spencer focuses on distinct moments in the rise of critical space during the past century and relates them to the writing of Georg Lukacs, Ernst Bloch, Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Henri Lefebvre, Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari, and Paul Virilio. The systematic and genealogical encounter between critical theory and American fiction reveals close parallels between and original analyses of these two areas of twentieth-century cultural discourse.

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By developing the concept of critical space, After Utopia presents a new genealogy of twentieth-century American fiction. Nicholas Spencer argues that the radical American fiction of Jack London, Upton Sinclair, John Dos Passos, and Josephine Herbst reimagines the spatial concerns of late nineteenth-century utopian American texts. Instead of fully imagined utopian societies, such fiction depicts localized utopian spaces that provide essential support for the models of history on which these authors focus. In the midcentury novels of Mary McCarthy and Paul Goodman and the late twentieth-century fiction of Thomas Pynchon, William Gaddis, Joan Didion, and Don DeLillo, narratives of social space become decreasingly utopian and increasingly critical. The highly varied critical space of such texts attains a position similar to that enjoyed by representations of historical transformation in early twentieth-century radical American fiction. After Utopia finds that central aspects of postmodern American novels derive from the overtly political narratives of London, Sinclair, Dos Passos, and Herbst. Spencer focuses on distinct moments in the rise of critical space during the past century and relates them to the writing of Georg Lukács, Ernst Bloch, Antonio Gramsci, Hannah Arendt, Henri Lefebvre, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari, and Paul Virilio. The systematic and genealogical encounter between critical theory and American fiction reveals close parallels between and original analyses of these two areas of twentieth-century cultural discourse. NICHOLAS SPENCER, Books, Fiction and Literature, After Utopia: The Rise of Critical Space in Twentieth-Century American Fiction Books>Fiction and Literature, UNP - Nebraska

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