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by Betsy Erkkila,Jay Grossman

  • ISBN: 0195093496
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Betsy Erkkila,Jay Grossman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (February 15, 1996)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1380 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
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Breaking Bounds invigorates the study of Whitman and American culture by presenting essays that demonstrate Whitman's centrality to the widest range of. .Betsy Erkkila, Jay Grossman. Oxford University Press, 15 февр.

Breaking Bounds invigorates the study of Whitman and American culture by presenting essays that demonstrate Whitman's centrality to the widest range of social, political, literary, sexual, and cultural discourses of his time and ours.

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Home Browse Books Book details, Breaking Bounds: Whitman and American Cultural. Breaking Bounds: Whitman and American Cultural Studies. By Betsy Erkkila, Jay Grossman. These new essays on Whitman by such scholars as Eve Sedgwick, Michael Moon, and Jonathan Arac reject the persistent tendency in Whitman studies to isolate his sexuality from his politics, and his poetry from both. The issue of his sexuality is instead brought into contact with a wide range of issues, from nationalism to race and gender, pointing to the interdisciplinary future of American literary and cultural study, and the growing influence of gay and lesbian studies.

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Breaking Bounds invigorates the study of Whitman and American culture by presenting essays that demonstrate Whitman's centrality to the widest range of social, political, literary, sexual, and cultural discourses of his time and ours

Breaking Bounds invigorates the study of Whitman and American culture by presenting essays that demonstrate Whitman's centrality to the widest range of social, political, literary, sexual, and cultural discourses of his time and ours.

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Whitman Drunk," in Betsy Erkkila and Jay Grossman, ed. Breaking . Breaking Bounds (Oxford Univ. Press, 1996), pp. 30–43. Critical Multiculturalism," coauthored by the Chicago Cultural Studies Group, 1. (Spring 1992), pp. 530–55. New English Sodom," American Literature 6. (March 1992), pp. 19–47. Literary Studies and the History of the Book," The Book: Newsletter of the Program of the History of the Book in American Culture, 12 (July 1987), pp. 3–9. and the Rewards of Literature: 1875-1900," Criticism 27 (Winter 1985), pp. 1–28.

Breaking Bounds invigorates the study of Whitman and American culture by presenting essays that demonstrate Whitman's centrality to the widest range of social, political, literary, sexual, and cultural discourses of his time and ours. Bringing together a distinguished group of cultural critics working in the fields of literature, American studies, Latin American studies, European studies, art history, and gay/lesbian/queer studies, the volume persistently opens new vistas in the ways we see Whitman and provides a model for the newest and brightest intellectual efforts associated with "cultural studies." Central to the volume is a set of provocative essays in queer studies that break the bounds of decorum that have too long separated Whitman's sexuality from his politics, and his poetry from both. The Whitman that emerges from these collected essays is renewed for a new generation of literary scholars working to define the places and the functions of his poetic words in the world. Taken as a whole, the volume points to the interdisciplinary future of American literary and cultural studies. Breaking Bounds is essential reading for anyone interested in Whitman both inside and outside the academy.