Catastrophe and imagination

an interpretation of the recent Englishand American novel
  • 327 Pages
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by
Longmans, Green , London
Statementby John McCormick.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 327p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18900669M

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This book argues that the novel is not dead. Looking at American and English fiction it claims that the novel can not only change the possibilities of art, but also contribute to awareness of life's possibilities.

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In this book, Lee Clarke surveys the full range of possible catastrophes that animate and dominate the popular imagination, from toxic spills and terrorism to plane crashes and pandemics. The Iconoclastic Imagination | Bloody, fiery spectacles--the Challenger disaster, 9/11, JFK's assassination--have given us moments of catastrophe that make it easy to answer the "where were you when" question and shape our ways of seeing what came before and after.

In this wholly original study, cultural historian and critic David Wyatt uses the story of fire to tell the story of California. Wyatt focuses this "catastrophic history" of his native state on five events that swept through California, altering its physical and political landscape and the way both were represented in art and literature.

Wyatt begins with the accidental importation and spread. In most respects, this is an excellent book -- it's just densely written for lay readers, which is my only criticism.

As Lee Clarke writes in the Preface, although this is a book full of disaster stories (and it definitely is), is really is a book about imagination/5.

From 9/11 to Katrina, from Darfur to the Minnesota bridge collapse, ours is an “age of catastrophe.” In this era, catastrophic events seem to have a revelatory quality: they offer powerful reminders of the fragility of our social and institutional architectures, making painfully evident vulnerabilities in our social organization that were otherwise by: 9.

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This book presents an historical account of media and catastrophe that engages with theories of biopolitics in the work of Michel Foucault, Giorgio Agamben, Michael Hardt, Antonio Negri and others. It explains how responses to catastrophe in media and cultural criticism over the past years are embedded in biological conceptions of life and.

This book explores with the cultural memory of al-Nakba (the Catastrophe, ) and its significance for modern Palestinian imagination. This book addresses central concepts to debates over Palestinian identity such as nostalgia and trauma, notions of home and forced travel, identity as representationally performative, and post-memory and geopolitical continuity of loss of place in the everyday.'The Palestinians' expulsion from their homeland is a piece of history we cannot revisit too often.

In this compelling book, Saloul shows how narrative intersects with the memory of exile in a uniquely reflexive type of cultural analysis, transforming the catastrophe of .But Worst Cases shows that such individuals—like Cassandra foreseeing the fall of Troy—are more reasonable and prescient than you might think.

In this book, Lee Clarke surveys the full range of possible catastrophes that animate and dominate the popular imagination, from toxic spills and terrorism to plane crashes and pandemics.