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    New York : Palgrave Macmillan US
    Pages: 1 Online-Ressource (347 p)
    ISBN: 9781349735914 , 9781137116659
    Description / Table of Contents: Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Dedication -- Preface and Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- Part 1 Recognitions -- Chapter One Discovering Recognition -- 1.1 Gaining Recognition or Discovery across Faculties -- 1.2 Recognizing the Background: Embarrassment, Mythology, and Ideology -- 1.3 Biblical Instances -- 1.4 Classical Examples: Epic, Tragedy, Comedy -- 1.5 Some Philosophical Instances -- 1.6 History: Exempla from Crossing Cultures -- 1.7 Psychology and Some Psychoanalytical Examples -- 1.8 Tentative Conclusions -- Part 2 Readings: History and Poetics
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter Two History and Empire -- 2.1 Texts and First Contacts -- 2.2 Narratives of the New World -- 2.3 English Colonial Hopes -- 2.4 Permanent Colonies -- 2.5 British and French America: Consolidation and Contestation -- 2.6 British America: From Triumph to Loss and Continued Tensions -- 2.7 Canada as and at a Crossroads -- Chapter Three Recognizing Canadian Women and Women in Canada -- 3.1 Seeing Double -- 3.2 Elizabeth Bishop -- 3.3 Native Poets and Poets and Natives -- 3.4 African Canadian Writers and the Double Bind/Doubly Blind -- 3.5 More Dualities
    Description / Table of Contents: Chapter Four Writing and History: T.E. Lawrence and Bernard and Charlotte Shaw -- 4.1 A Writer and Not -- 4.2 From the Shaws' Lawrence to the Posthumous Film and Back Again -- 4.3 The Shavian Belief in Lawrence -- 4.4 The Sack of a Hero -- 4.5 The Recognition of Charlotte Shaw -- 4.6 The Wound -- 4.7 Publish and Perish -- 4.8 Seeing among the Pillars or a Genius of Publicity -- Chapter Five Poiema, Theoria, and Tekhne -- 5.1 Poetics of Communication -- 5.2 Theory -- 5.3 Poetry and Poets -- 5.4 Technology -- 5.5 Poetry Then and Now -- Chapter Six Poetry and Mythology: Coda -- 6.1 Mythos
    Description / Table of Contents: 6.2 Mythology and Ideology -- 6.3 Some Possibilities for Poetry -- 6.4 A Poetry that Moves, or through the Vanishing Point -- Part 3 Readings: Writers, Images, and Poets -- Chapter Seven Creating the Word: Northrop Frye and Writing -- 7.1 Finding a Context -- 7.2 Looking for Self-Expression -- 7.3 The Paradoxical Visionary -- 7.4 Critic and Writer -- 7.5 The Road Not Taken -- Chapter Eight Seeing Inside Willy Loman's Head: The Tragedy of the Commoner on Film -- 8.1 A Kind of Tragedy -- 8.2 The End of the Play and the End of Tragedy -- 8.3 Requiem
    Description / Table of Contents: 8.4 Can Films Get Inside of This Salesman's Head? -- Chapter Nine Placing Ireland: Some Lyric Poets -- 9.1 W.B. Yeats -- 9.2 Seamus Heaney -- 9.3 Paul Muldoon and Mary O'Malley -- 9.4 Some Further Meditations -- Chapter Ten Being Novel, Almost and Not -- 10.1 Some Fictions -- 10.2 Traveling Mimesis or to See or Not to See -- 10.3 Expanding and Moving Fictions -- 10.4 Recognition and Misrecognition Once More -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Index
    Note: Description based upon print version of record
    Parallel Title: Print version Hart, J Interpreting Cultures : Literature, Religion, and the Human Sciences
    Language: English
    Keywords: Electronic books
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