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eBook Out of Place: The Writings of Robert Kroetsch (IRIS) ePub

by Simona Bertacco

  • ISBN: 3906768872
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Simona Bertacco
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (July 26, 2002)
  • Pages: 280
  • ePub book: 1543 kb
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Out Of Place: The Writ. An interview with Robert Kroetsch closes the book.

Out Of Place: The Writ. Contents: Canadian literature 1900-2000 - Robert Kroetsch - Canadian prairie writing - Relationship to region - Treatment of self-representation - Treatment of sexual identity - Hybrid literary genres - Western story-telling - Role of oral tradition - Canadian regionalism - Relationship to postmodernism - Relationship to postcolonialism.

Kroetsch, Robert, 1927- - Criticism and interpretation, Literature, Experimental - Canada - History and criticism, Postmodernism (Literature) .

Kroetsch, Robert, 1927- - Criticism and interpretation, Literature, Experimental - Canada - History and criticism, Postmodernism (Literature) - Canada. Bern ; New York : P. Lang.

Simona Bertacco: Out of place. The writings of Robert Kroetsch. Peter Lang, Berne 2002. Francis Zichy: Disenchanted Modernity in Robert Kroetsch’s "The Studhorse Ma. Biology and Culture; Sex and Gender; Eugenics and Contraception; Writing and Reading. Peter Lang, New York 2011. Fiona McMahon: Robert Kroetsch and archival culture in the Canadian long poem, in Études canadiennes. Revue interdisciplinaire en France, 74, 2013, p. 73-85 en ligne.

the writings of Robert Kroetsch. Includes bibliographical references (p. -276) and index. Published 2002 by Peter Lang in Bern, New York. IRIS, Ricerche di cultura europea , IRIS, Forschungen zur europäischen Kultur,, Bd. 18, IRIS, Forschungen zur europäischen Kultur ;, Bd. 18. Classifications. 280 p. ; Number of pages.

CanLit 238 Author Spotlight: Simona Bertacco Simona Bertacco is Ass .

CanLit 238 Author Spotlight: Simona Bertacco Simona Bertacco is As. .ociate Professor of Postcolonial Studies and Director of the Humanities Graduate Studies at the University of Louisville. She is the author of Out of Place: The Writings of Robert Kroetsch (Lang, 2002), as well as of several articles on Kroetsch’s poetry. He’s won praise and prizes and has seen books translated into Chinese, Italian, and Romanian. The 4th Poet Laureate of Toronto (2012-2015) and 7th Parliamentary Poet Laureate of Canada (2016 & 2017), his current project is a 3-part epic, Canticles, of which Canticles I has already appeared (2 vols.

Out of place : the writings of Robert Kroetsch, Simona Bertacco. Bertacco, Simona, 1971-. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 49,134. ISBN: 978-3-906768-87-8. From the perspective of current regionalisms and s, Out of Place offers a critical reading of the ‘Centennial decade’ in English-Canadian literature as it is reflected in the literary and critical writings of Robert Kroetsch. The aim of this study is twofold.

Robert Kroetsch, OC (June 26, 1927 - June 21, 2011) was a Canadian poet, novelist, and academic. His novels, poems, and criticism articulated a postmodern, experimental vision of Canadian literature during the 1960's and 1970's. Kroetsch was born in Heisler, Alberta, the oldest of 5 children (and only son) of Hilda (Weller) and Paul Kroetsch. His mother died when he was 13. He attended Red Deer High School in Red Deer, Alberta, graduating in 1945.

From the perspective of current regionalisms and deterritorializations, Out of Place offers a critical reading of the ‘Centennial decade’ in English-Canadian literature as it is reflected in the literary and critical writings of Robert Kroetsch. The aim of this study is twofold. It provides a close reading of the work of a writer who occupies that borderland between postmodernism and postcolonialism that seems to be so typically Canadian. And by drawing a line that links the concepts of territory, language and identity, it searches for an appropriate critical methodology for approaching that place called Canada, its many histories and languages, its myths. Kroetsch’s work reveals the ultimate dismissal of the thematic quest for identity – a quest undertaken by Frye, Atwood, and others in the late 1960s and early 1970s. He, however, asserts the primacy of the notion of place as the starting point of his reflection on the experience of living and writing in Canada today. An interview with Robert Kroetsch closes the book.