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by James N. Stull


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Home Browse Books Book details, Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary. Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary American Nonfiction. Departing from previous discussions of literary nonfiction in terms of its being literature or journalism, this new study treats literary nonfiction as autobiography, examining a large body of work in terms of autobiographical theory. The collected works of six very different prominent literary journalists-John McPhee, Joe McGinniss, Tom Wolfe, Joan Didion, Hunter S. Thompson, and Norman Mailer-are analyzed from literary, autobiographical, and cultural perspectives.

Author James Stull explains how the complex, fully-rounded psychological and social .

Author James Stull explains how the complex, fully-rounded psychological and social self is crystalized in these works into a more encompassing statement of self-identification, which he calls a metaphor of self, a distinctive way an author presents a self and its world. Numerous other writers and critics are brought into the discussion, and the author provides an extensive reference bibliography.

American poetry and fiction were largely modeled on what was being . James Fenimore Cooper wrote novels of adventure about the frontiersman Natty Bumppo.

American poetry and fiction were largely modeled on what was being published overseas in Great Britain, and much of what American readers consumed also came from Great Britain. The Federalist Papers (1787–88), by Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay, shaped the political direction of the United States. Though still derived from British literary tradition, the short stories and novels published from 1800 through the 1820s began to depict American society and explore the American landscape in an unprecedented manner.

10 Contemporary American literature. Early American literature struggled to find a unique voice in existing literary genre, and this tendency was reflected in novels. 11 Minority literatures. 12 Nobel Prize in Literature winners (American authors). The Revolutionary period also contained political writings, including those by colonists Samuel Adams, Josiah Quincy, John Dickinson, and Joseph Galloway, the last being a loyalist to the crown. Two key figures were Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Paine. European styles were frequently imitated, but critics usually considered the imitations inferior. The First American Novel.

Here are 15 plus best political science books that will help make you sharpen your political knowledge and smarter about world and American politics.

Best books about political science,Best Sellers in Political Science Book, Political science can be difficult to follow, but popular book make it easier. Here are 15 plus best political science books that will help make you sharpen your political knowledge and smarter about world and American politics. by Plato (Author), Robin Waterfield (Translator).

Contemporary American Literature. Postmodern authors question external structures, whether political, philosophical, or artistic

Contemporary American Literature. Books by non-American authors and books on international themes were also prominent on the list. Postmodern authors question external structures, whether political, philosophical, or artistic. They tend to distrust the master-narratives of modernist thought, which they see as politically suspect. Instead, they mine popular culture genres, especially science fiction, spy, and detective stories, becoming, in effect, archaeologists of pop culture.

In addition to the acute political studies of influential science-fiction writers from Judith Merril and Philip K. .Clyde Wilcox is a professor of government at Georgetown University

In addition to the acute political studies of influential science-fiction writers from Judith Merril and Philip K. Dick to China Mieville and Iain M. Banks, the authors provide an informed look at Brazilian science fiction, at the ways in which President George W. Bush's warning of global peril are essentially science fiction stories with the plots removed, and at much else. Clyde Wilcox is a professor of government at Georgetown University. His many books include Onward Christian Soldiers? The Religious Right in American Politics and The Politics of Same-Sex Marriage.

A brief guide to American literary periods, including the Colonial . American literature does not easily lend itself to classification by time period. This is arguably the richest period of political writing since classical antiquity.

A brief guide to American literary periods, including the Colonial, Renaissance, Beat, and Contemporary, along with examples. Important works include the Declaration of Independence, "The Federalist Papers," and the poetry of Joel Barlow and Philip Freneau. The Early National Period (1775–1828).

Top Political Science Books. Best Anarchist, Communist and Socialist Books. The list has a strong focus on political theory, as you might expect, and therefore includes mostly books on politics, liberty, justice, property, rights, law, and the enforcement of the law by the state. Best Science Books of All Time. Many works by the great modern political thinkers are included, such as those of Rawls, Habermas, Chomsky, Cohen, Taylor, Roemer, Gilligan, Sandel, Waltz, Foucault, and James Scott. But the list also includes many of the classics of the past, such as those by Plato, Mill, Humboldt, Ferguson, Marx, Hamilton, Madison, Jay, and Hume.

04, p. 619. CrossRef. 6 The most prominent of the Idéologues is generally considered to be Antoine Destutt de Tracy whose basic work on ideology was his Elements d' Ideologie (1801–1815).

Departing from previous discussions of literary nonfiction in terms of its being literature or journalism, this new study treats literary nonfiction as autobiography, examining a large body of work in terms of autobiographical theory. The collected works of six very different prominent literary journalists--John McPhee, Joe McGinniss, Tom Wolfe, Joan Didion, Hunter S. Thompson, and Norman Mailer--are analyzed from literary, autobiographical, and cultural perspectives. Author James Stull explains how the complex, fully-rounded psychological and social self is crystalized in these works into a more encompassing statement of self-identification, which he calls a metaphor of self, a distinctive way an author presents a self and its world. Numerous other writers and critics are brought into the discussion, and the author provides an extensive reference bibliography.

Literary Selves: Autobiography and Contemporary American Nonfiction (Contributions in Political Science) ebook
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James N. Stull
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