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Literature For Europe? (Cód: 6328171)

Theo D'haen


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In Literature for Europe? leading scholars from around Europe reflect on the role played by literature, and by the study of literature, in the constant re-negotiation and re-construction of cultural identities in Europe implied by the accession to the European Union, in the early years of the twenty-first century, of fifteen new member states, with the accession of a number of Balkan states impending, and Turkey waiting in the wings, while at the same time transatlantic relations of the EU to the USA are hotly debated, in politics as in culture, China and India awake as economic giants, and globalization is upon us. At the same time, two of the earliest signatories to the treaties eventually leading to the European Union rejected a proposal for a European Constitution, and linguistic, religious, and ethnic dividing lines show even in some of Europe's oldest nation states. How do literary texts, genres, and forms, thinking about them and teaching them, respond to and shape ongoing processes of European self-understanding in our era of globalization? The volume seeks to answer these questions by charting key developments in a number of fields crucial to the emergence of a European common literary 'space': literature and cultural value systems, literature and cultural memory, literary history, translation, the impact of the new media and the information age on matters of literature and identity, and the impact of the postcolonial. Literature for Europe? is a thought-provoking tour d'horizon of cutting-edge developments in the relationship between literary studies and 'the matter of Europe,' and suggesting an exciting agenda for literary studies in Europe. It will be of interest to everyone working in European studies and/or European literature.


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Marca Rodopi
Cód. Barras 9789042027169
Altura 22.90 cm
I.S.B.N. 9789042027169
Profundidade 2.86 cm
Referência 9789042027169
Ano da edição 2009
Idioma Inglês
Número de Páginas 442
Peso 0.45 Kg
Largura 15.20 cm
AutorTheo D'haen


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