Issue Details: First known date: 2007 2007
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  • Appears in:
    y The Politics and Aesthetics of Refusal Elaine Minor (editor), Michelle Kelly (editor), Will Noonan (editor), Caroline Hamilton (editor), Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Press , 2007 Z1543186 2007 anthology criticism 'The Politics and Aesthetics of Refusal is an eclectic collection of essays from emerging academics who engage with the notion of "refusal" both as the embodiment of a resistance to conventional boundaries between academic disciplines, and as a concept with an underlying negative or reactive force that can be widely interpreted and applied' (publisher website). Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Press , 2007 pg. 67-80
  • Appears in:
    y Poetic Revolutionaries : Intertextuality and Subversion Marion Campbell , Amsterdam New York (City) : Rodopi , 2014 7683247 2014 multi chapter work criticism

    'Poetic Revolutionaries is an exploration of the relationship between radical textual practice, social critique and subversion. From an introduction considering recent debates regarding the cultural politics of intertextuality allied to avant-garde practice, the study proceeds to an exploration of texts by a range of writers for whom formal and poetic experimentation is allied to a subversive politics: Jean Genet, Monique Wittig, Angela Carter, Kathy Acker, Kathleen Mary Fallon, Kim Scott and Brian Castro. Drawing on theories of avant-garde practice, intertextuality, parody, representation, and performance such as those of Mikhaïl Bakhtin, Julia Kristeva, Gérard Genette, Margaret A. Rose, Linda Hutcheon, Fredric Jameson, Ross Chambers and Judith Butler, these readings explore how a confluence of writing strategies – covering the structural, narratological, stylistic and scenographic – can work to boost a text’s subversive power.' (Publication summary)

    Amsterdam New York (City) : Rodopi , 2014
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