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        生而不养

        生而不养

        生而不养

        Hardback
        9781571135407
        ?75.00
        Shows how current photographic discourse can illuminate the analysis of recent literary realism and proposes a truly original photographic hermeneutics for literary study.
        Both realist, post-postmodernist aesthetics in the twenty-first century and the legacy of analog photography in its recent digital incarnation depend on an aesthetics of trust and a sense of contingent referentiality. Julia Breitbach's innovative study demonstrates how current photographic discourse may be used as an illuminating critical idiom for the analysis of recent forms of literary realism, thus proposing a photographic hermeneutics for the study of literature. Along with a thorough critical investigation of both fields, Breitbach offers a pioneering theoretical exploration of analog and digital photography based on recent "thing theory," which she then applies to in-depth analyses of realist aesthetics in selected post-millennial novels by Don DeLillo, Michael Ondaatje, and Ali Smith, yielding fresh perspectives on the remediation between photography and literature in the twenty-first century.
        An original contribution to the study of contemporary Anglophone literatures with an interdisciplinary appeal, this study will be of interest especially to scholars and students in Anglophone literary studies, comparative literature, cultural studies, and media studies.

        Julia Breitbach is Assistant Professor in the Department of American Studies at the University of Konstanz, Germany.

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        Introduction: Toward a Photographic Reading of Literary Realism
        Photography in the Digital Age: Critical Contexts and the Question of Realism
        This Thing in the Text: Photography, Thing Theory, and the Return to Realism in Literature
        Liminal Realism: Don DeLillo, The Body Artist (2001)
        Domestic Realism: Ali Smith, The Accidental (2005)
        Poetic Realism: Michael Ondaatje, Divisadero (2007)
        Conclusion: The Way We Write Now- A Case for Realism(s)

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        [B]oldly assert[s] that postmodernism is waning and new forms of realism are emerging. . . . [R]aises interesting questions about the social function of literature in a postmodern age. Recommended. CHOICE

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