Writing Outside The Nation

Writing Outside The Nation

eBook - 2001
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"This is a subtle, timely, well-informed, and engaging study. It acknowledges, draws upon, and yet also substantially expands upon a large and diversified body of existing scholarship(s), and it effectively accomplishes that rarity: the ability to move between informed theoretical reflection and specific literary analysis in such a way that each is deepened by and benefits from the other. It should appeal to a very wide audience, both to the specialist in a variety of disciplines and to the general reader. I recommend this book with unreserved enthusiasm."--Marc A. Weiner, Indiana University "Seyhan explores contemporary literary expressions of diasporic experiences in a multifaceted comparative and theoretical framework that is highly original. "Writing Outside the Nation" will be a major contribution to humanistic disciplines. Its synthesizing features will help gain an integral view of diverse literary, critical, and theoretical works on exile. The interpretive analyses should inspire new studies or other narratives of diaspora."--lker Gkberk, Reed College
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c2001.
ISBN: 9781400814664
Characteristics: x, 189 p. ; 24 cm.
Additional Contributors: NetLibrary, Inc


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