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[SR: 1842012], Hardcover, [EAN: 9781443812429], Cambridge Scholars Publishing, English, English, English, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Book, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 'Literature of New York' is the first collection of critical essays to look at historical and contemporary images of New York through an examination of works of literature by New York writers about New York. 'New York City' is a study in contradictions; it offers at once a sense of possibility, cultivation, self-realization and a fear of corruption, decay, and despair. The literature of New York is representative of American national identity and of the unique nature of the metropolitan, urban experience. The essays are arranged chronologically to reflect the changing significance of the city in relation to various movements in American literary and cultural history. It includes essays on how urban public space influences the shift in tone and content in Walt Whitman's editions of 'Leaves of Grass'; the theme of surveillance in the literature of New York from Herman Melville to Edith Wharton to Ann Petry; fear of the cultural Other within modern New York through the conservative response of Henry James' characters in 'The Jolly Corner'; use of the setting of New York City to emphasize both the dynamic energy and increasing anxiety of the modern American cityscape in Dos Passos' 'Manhattan Transfer' (1925); and, the use of satire in exposing the limitations of New York society in the 1920s and 30s in Dorothy Parker's recently collected stories and sketches. It also includes essays on: the response to post-WWII New York City in fictionalized autobiography in the personal narratives of Audre Lorde and Diane di Prima, the poetics of second generation New York School poet Ted Berrigan as both a continuation of and departure from such writers as Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, and John Ashbery; and, the representation of New York in postmodern fiction, depicting at once a sense of loss at the inability to return to the old neighborhood of the past in Don DeLillo's Cosmopolis and the possibility of reasserting order and meaning amidst the chaos and terror of post-911 New York in Jay McInerney's 'The Good Life' (2006). Whether expressing nostalgia for the past, hope for the future, fear of the unknown, or the possibility of self-actualization, the literature of New York continues to draw inspiration from its locale and is as complex, contradictory, and creative as the City itself. Contributors include Karen Karbiener, Mark James Noonan, Jonathan Readey, Sabrina Fuchs-Abrams, Kirsten Bartholomew Ortega, Michael Angelo Tata, Jessica Maucione, and Sonia Baelo-Allue., 9928, History & Criticism, 9822, United States, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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[SR: 1842012], Hardcover, [EAN: 9781443812429], Cambridge Scholars Publishing, English, English, English, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Book, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 'Literature of New York' is the first collection of critical essays to look at historical and contemporary images of New York through an examination of works of literature by New York writers about New York. 'New York City' is a study in contradictions; it offers at once a sense of possibility, cultivation, self-realization and a fear of corruption, decay, and despair. The literature of New York is representative of American national identity and of the unique nature of the metropolitan, urban experience. The essays are arranged chronologically to reflect the changing significance of the city in relation to various movements in American literary and cultural history. It includes essays on how urban public space influences the shift in tone and content in Walt Whitman's editions of 'Leaves of Grass'; the theme of surveillance in the literature of New York from Herman Melville to Edith Wharton to Ann Petry; fear of the cultural Other within modern New York through the conservative response of Henry James' characters in 'The Jolly Corner'; use of the setting of New York City to emphasize both the dynamic energy and increasing anxiety of the modern American cityscape in Dos Passos' 'Manhattan Transfer' (1925); and, the use of satire in exposing the limitations of New York society in the 1920s and 30s in Dorothy Parker's recently collected stories and sketches. It also includes essays on: the response to post-WWII New York City in fictionalized autobiography in the personal narratives of Audre Lorde and Diane di Prima, the poetics of second generation New York School poet Ted Berrigan as both a continuation of and departure from such writers as Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, and John Ashbery; and, the representation of New York in postmodern fiction, depicting at once a sense of loss at the inability to return to the old neighborhood of the past in Don DeLillo's Cosmopolis and the possibility of reasserting order and meaning amidst the chaos and terror of post-911 New York in Jay McInerney's 'The Good Life' (2006). Whether expressing nostalgia for the past, hope for the future, fear of the unknown, or the possibility of self-actualization, the literature of New York continues to draw inspiration from its locale and is as complex, contradictory, and creative as the City itself. Contributors include Karen Karbiener, Mark James Noonan, Jonathan Readey, Sabrina Fuchs-Abrams, Kirsten Bartholomew Ortega, Michael Angelo Tata, Jessica Maucione, and Sonia Baelo-Allue., 9928, History & Criticism, 9822, United States, 17, Literature & Fiction, 1000, Subjects, 283155, Books

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Literature of New York" is the first collection of critical essays to look at historical and contemporary images of New York through an examination of works of literature by New York writers about New York. "New York City" is a study in contradictions; it offers at once a sense of possibility, cultivation, self-realization and a fear of corruption, decay, and despair. The literature of New. Literature of New York" is the first collection of critical essays to look at historical and contemporary images of New York through an examination of works of literature by New York writers about New York. "New York City" is a study in contradictions; it offers at once a sense of possibility, cultivation, self-realization and a fear of corruption, decay, and despair. The literature of New York is representative of American national identity and of the unique nature of the metropolitan, urban experience. The essays are arranged chronologically to reflect the changing significance of the city in relation to various movements in American literary and cultural history. It includes essays on how urban public space influences the shift in tone and content in Walt Whitman's editions of "Leaves of Grass"; the theme of surveillance in the literature of New York from Herman Melville to Edith Wharton to Ann Petry; fear of the cultural Other within modern New York through the conservative response of Henry James' characters in "The Jolly Corner"; USE of the setting of New York City to emphasize both the dynamic energy and increasing anxiety of the modern American cityscape in Dos Passos' "Manhattan Transfer" (1925); and, the USE of satire in exposing the limitations of New York society in the 1920s and 30s in Dorothy Parker's recently collected stories and sketches. It also includes essays on: the response to post-WWII New York City in fictionalized autobiography in the personal narratives of Audre Lorde and Diane di Prima, the poetics of second generation New York School poet Ted Berrigan as both a continuation of and departure from such writers as Frank O'Hara, James Schuyler, and John Ashbery; and, the representation of New York in postmodern fiction, depicting at once a sense of loss at the inability to return to the old neighborhood of the past in Don DeLillo's Cosmopolis and the possibility of reasserting order and meaning amidst the chaos and terror of post-911. Books, Poetry and Drama~~Literature - History & Criticism~~Literary Studies: General, Literature Of New York~~Book~~9781443812429, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Cambridge Scholars Publishing]

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Literature of New York
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Sabrina Fuchs Abrams, Sabrina Fuchs Abrams

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Literature of New York

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1443812420

A collection of critical essays that look at historical and contemporary images of New York through an examination of works of literature by New York writers about New York. It offers at once a sense of possibility, cultivation, self-realization and a fear of corruption, decay, and despair.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781443812429
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1443812420
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
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Gewicht: 0,440 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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