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Author Nikčević-Batrićević, Aleksandra
Title Mapping the World of Anglo-American Studies at the Turn of the Century
Imprint Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publisher, 2015
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Note Intro -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- PART ONE -- Reading Richard Powers at the Turn of the Century -- Toril Moi's Reading of Simone de Beauvoir -- Allan Houser's and Bob Haozous' Vision of Indianness -- The Universal and Timeless World of Shakespeare's Work -- Modern Critical Approaches to Shakespeare -- Less is More -- "Dulce et decorum est, pro patria mori" -- Anne Sexton's Search for ÉcritureFéminine -- Between American Contemporary Literature and Albanian Culture -- Poetic Image as Communicational Media in the Poetryof Seamus Heaney -- Saul Bellow's Neo-Transcendentalism Under the Influence of European Modernist Literature and American Literary Tradition -- The Power of Narration in The Woman Warrior -- Dealing with Evanescence -- PART TWO -- Linguistic Cyberpunking -- Translation and Arts Discourse -- A New Vision for the Future -- Humour and Horror in the Classroom -- Mapping the Importance of Metacognitive Strategies in ForeignLanguage Reading Classroom -- Genre Pedagogy and EFL Teaching through Writing -- Shifting Identities -- Notes on Contributors -- Index
This volume revisits the most important issues that Anglo-American studies are facing at the beginning of the twenty-first century, with regards to both research and teaching. Given the English language's status as a lingua franca, the culture that produced it, and that has been changing it, the literature written in English, and relevant linguistic and literary discourse have come to largely dominate critical theory globally. Therefore, the subjects of Anglo-American studies, and their traditional and modern concepts, must be approached from a multidisciplinary perspective, and must also be problematized in, and determined by, other spheres of the world, especially at the universities at which they are studied. This book, consequently, approaches both mainstream cultural, literary, linguistic and academic achievements and, often by way of comparison, those smaller, more distant, and marginalized fields, traditionally subordinate studies, as well as instances of cultural hybridization. Given its concern with a broad field of culture, literature, linguistics, and methodology of teaching English as a foreign language, this book consists of two main parts comprising the closest research and teaching fields; one attending to culture and literature, and the other approaching linguistics and methodology
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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: Nikčević-Batrićević, Aleksandra Mapping the World of Anglo-American Studies at the Turn of the Century Newcastle-upon-Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publisher,c2015 9781443876599
Subject English literature--History and criticism
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Alt Author Krivokapić, Marija
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