Author Cohen, Marilyn,
Title Novel Approaches to Anthropology : Contributions to Literary Anthropology
Imprint Blue Ridge Summit : Lexington Books, 2013
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Note Intro -- Figures and Photograph -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter One Introduction: Anthropological Aspects of the Novel -- Chapter 2 A Shandean Description of Frakean "Ethnographic Behavior" -- Chapter 3 Reading Defoe, the Eighteenth-Century Master Story-teller -- Chapter 4 "A Genuine Victorian Oddity": Harriet Martineau's Fiction -- Chapter 5 Mark Twain's Weapon of Mass Destruction: "The Human Race Has Only One Really Effective Weapon and that Is Laughter" -- Chapter 6 The Creole Speaks: Daniel, Sandi, and the Other in Wide Sargasso Sea -- Chapter 7 Ethnografiction and Reality in Contemporary Irish Literature -- Chapter 8 Engaging Students with Fiction, Memoirs, and Film -- About the Editor and Contributors
This volume of essays reflects current theoretical, methodological, and pedagogical approaches to literary anthropology
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Cohen, Marilyn, Novel Approaches to Anthropology : Contributions to Literary Anthropology Blue Ridge Summit : Lexington Books,c2013 9781498515221
Subject Literature and anthropology.;Fiction -- History and criticism
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