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eBook Winterson Narrating Time and Space ePub

by Mine Ozyurt Kilic,Margaret J-M Sonmez

  • ISBN: 1443805149
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Mine Ozyurt Kilic,Margaret J-M Sonmez
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (May 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 191
  • ePub book: 1527 kb
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In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative . A mixture of established and new scholars presents in this book an exciting array of the latest ideas on this respected and popular writer.

In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative in her works. From her very first novel, Jeanette Winterson has made her characters move in time and in space, and she has always shown a sophisticated interest in narrative forms, and this is the first book to focus entirely on these central concerns. In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative in her works.

She has published on modern and contemporary British fiction, with a special interest in Angela Carter and Jeanette Winterson.

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"Voices from Nowhere: Speakers from Other Times and Countries in Three of Jeanette Winterson's Books" more. by Margaret J-M Sönmez. More Info: European Journal of English Studies, Special Issue on Early Modern English Text Types, ed Lilo Moessner. vol 5, No. 2001; 151-165.

Sönmez, Margaret . M. Kılıç, Mine Özyurt. Contemporary Literature : Gender and Sexuality ELI2012.

Автор: Margaret J-M S?nmez and Mine ?zyurt K?l? .

From her very first novel, Jeanette Winterson has made her characters move in time and in space, and she has always shown a sophisticated interest in narrative forms, and this is the first book to focus entirely on these central concerns.

Time and space are major themes in Winterson’s novels. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2009. My goal in this paper is to focus on the way these concepts are analysed from the perspective of two of her novels, The Passion and Written on the Body. Winterson succeeds in creating and conferring new values on these concepts in her novels, thus allowing them a different interpretation. Keywords: body; social space; space; time; water. AIDS and Its Metaphors. New York: Anchor Books 1990.

In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative in her works

In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative in her works Full description.

Heper, "Turkey's Secular/Islamic Conundrum", Encyclopedia Britannica 2009 Book of the Year, pp. 190-191, Chicago: Encyclopedia (2009). Heper, U. Berkman, "Bureaucracy in the Ottoman-Turkish Polity", Handbook of Bureaucracy, A. Farazmand (Ed., pp. 65-82, Roca Baton, Florida: CRC Press (2009). Sonmez, M. Ozyurt-Kilic (Ed. 9-30, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2009). Ozyurt-Kilic, "Emma Goldman", Encyclopedia of Gender and Society, J. O'Brian (Ed., Sage Publications (2009).

Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press. Sonmez, Margaret J-M and Özyurt Kılıç, Mine. Place of Publication: Newcastle upon Tyne. Item Type: Book Section. Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Press.

In this book, scholars, students and aficionados of Jeanette Winterson will find ten analyses of time, space and narrative in her works. From her very first novel, Jeanette Winterson has made her characters move in time and in space, and she has always shown a sophisticated interest in narrative forms, and this is the first book on to focus entirely on these central concerns. The writers of the essays provide different perspectives on the three subjects, from postmodernism to quantum physics, queer theory to genre studies and the uncanny to stylistics. In its section on time and narrative, the volume offers a fresh approach to Winterson's works, with a concentration on autobiographical elements, love, desire, the language of quantum physics, and the queer uncanny. The next section, space and narrative, pursues the motifs of journeys, utopic spaces, cyberspace and labyrinths, and includes a chapter on the shorter fiction. The last section, which comprises essays that cover all three elements of time, space and narrative equally, examines these themes as they affect Winterson's representation of voices and corporeality, and her use of romance narrative in the children's fiction. The volume covers Winterson's major fiction, with the Introduction connecting the images of huts, rivers and fire-gazing that are found extensively in her works to the themes of time and space, and bringing the discussion up to Winterson's latest novel, 'The Stone Gods'. A mixture of established and new scholars presents in this book an exciting array of the latest ideas on this respected and popular writer.