Exploring Postmodernism: Selected Papers Presented at a Workshop on Postmodernism at the XIth International Comparative Literature Congress, Paris, 20-24 August 1985
The great diversity of contexts in which the term Postmodernism is currently encountered reflects the remarkable success of a coinage that has been in circulation for only about forty years. It has been used by philosophers, sociologists, art critics and literary historians to become, finally, a household word in the language of advertising and politics. Before letting it fade to a derelict cliché, an attempt is made in this volume of essays to use its potential as a cultural concept for the analysis and understanding of contemporary literature and thought.
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Postmodernism the Mimetic and Theat
Pluralism in Postmodern Perspective
Teleology in Postmodern Fiction
Allegory Hermeneutics and Postmodernism
Notes on the Crisis of Reason Weak
Language Poetry Language Game
Samuel Beckett and the Postmodernism Controversy
Postmodern Characterization and the Intrusion of Language
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