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Exile and creativity : signposts, travelers, outsiders, backward glances / edited by Susan Rubin Suleiman.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: PN56.5.E96 C74 1998

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    Format
    Book
    Published
    Durham : Duke University Press, 1998
    Contents
    Exsul / Christine Brooke-Rose
    Exile as romance and as tragedy / Thomas Pavel
    Art and the conditions of exile : men/women, emigration/expatriation / Linda Nochlin
    "Mamãe, disse ele," or, Joyce's second hand / Hélène Cixous
    Letter from Paris (foreign mail) / Denis Hollier
    At home abroad : El Inca shuttles with Hebreo / Doris Sommer
    Gombrowicz's tango : an Argentine snapshot / Alicia Borinsky
    Surrealists in exile : another kind of resistance / Jacqueline Chénieux-Gendron
    Jean Renoir's return to France / Janet Bergstrom
    A master of amazement : Armando's self-chosen exile / Ernst van Alphen
    Estrangement as a lifestyle : Shklovsky and Brodsky / Svetlana Boym
    Bakhtin versus Lukács : inscriptions of homelessness in theories of the novel / John Neubauer
    Romain Gary : a foreign body in French literature / Nancy Huston
    The welcome table : James Baldwin in exile / Henry Louis Gates Jr.
    Assimilation into exile : the Jew as a Polish writer / Zygmunt Bauman
    Strangerhood without boundaries : an essay in the sociology of knowledge / Tibor Dessewffy
    Persistent memory : central European refugees in an Andean land / Leo Spitzer
    Monuments in a foreign tongue : on reading Holocaust memoirs by emigrants / Susan Rubin Suleiman
    Past lives : postmemories in exile / Marianne Hirsch.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Suleiman, Susan Rubin, 1939-
    Notes
    "All of the essays in this book, with one exception, first appeared in the special double issue of Poetics today ... vol. 17, nos. 3-4, 1996"--Introd.
    Includes bibliographical references.
    Exsul / Christine Brooke-Rose -- Exile as romance and as tragedy / Thomas Pavel -- Art and the conditions of exile : men/women, emigration/expatriation / Linda Nochlin -- "Mamãe, disse ele," or, Joyce's second hand / Hélène Cixous -- Letter from Paris (foreign mail) / Denis Hollier -- At home abroad : El Inca shuttles with Hebreo / Doris Sommer -- Gombrowicz's tango : an Argentine snapshot / Alicia Borinsky -- Surrealists in exile : another kind of resistance / Jacqueline Chénieux-Gendron -- Jean Renoir's return to France / Janet Bergstrom -- A master of amazement : Armando's self-chosen exile / Ernst van Alphen -- Estrangement as a lifestyle : Shklovsky and Brodsky / Svetlana Boym -- Bakhtin versus Lukács : inscriptions of homelessness in theories of the novel / John Neubauer -- Romain Gary : a foreign body in French literature / Nancy Huston -- The welcome table : James Baldwin in exile / Henry Louis Gates Jr. -- Assimilation into exile : the Jew as a Polish writer / Zygmunt Bauman -- Strangerhood without boundaries : an essay in the sociology of knowledge / Tibor Dessewffy -- Persistent memory : central European refugees in an Andean land / Leo Spitzer -- Monuments in a foreign tongue : on reading Holocaust memoirs by emigrants / Susan Rubin Suleiman -- Past lives : postmemories in exile / Marianne Hirsch.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0822321874
    0822322153 (paper : alk. paper)
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    vi, 449 p. ; 24 cm.

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