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Author: Dina Al-Kassim
ISBN: 0520259254
Pages: 304 pages
Publisher: University of California Press; First edition (February 8, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Humanities
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e-Book On Pain of Speech: Fantasies of the First Order and the Literary Rant (FlashPoints) epub download

by Dina Al-Kassim



On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to. .Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted. Focusing on the politics of address.

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On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted

On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted. Focusing on the "politics of address," Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an essential yet overlooked feature of modernism.

Author(s): Al-Kassim, Dina Abstract: On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is.Author(s): Al-Kassim, Dina. Author & Book Info.

Author(s): Al-Kassim, Dina Abstract: On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted.

Book Description: On Pain of Speechtracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted.

Download PDF book format. Choose file format of this book to download: pdf chm txt rtf doc. Download this format book. The politics of address On being stubborn: Oscar Wilde and the modern type "The bar was not very gay": new kinship and the serious writer's block "A long tirade for a direct interjection": Talismano rebukes the oriental tale in Jacques Lacan's Seminaires. Rubrics: Modernism (Literature) Oratory in literature Subjectivity in literature Protest literature.

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On Pain of Speech tracks the literary rant, an expression of provocation and resistance that imagines the power to speak in its own name where no such right is granted. Focusing on the “politics of address,” Dina Al-Kassim views the rant through the lens of Michel Foucault's notion of the biopolitical subject and finds that its abject address is an essential yet overlooked feature of modernism. Deftly approaching disparate fields―decadent modernism, queer studies, subjection, critical psychoanalysis, and postcolonial avant-garde―and encompassing both Euro-American and Francophone Arabic modernisms, she offers an ambitious theoretical perspective on the ongoing redefinition of modernism. She includes readings of Jane Bowles, Abdelwahab Meddeb, and Oscar Wilde, and invokes a wide range of ideas, including those of Theodor Adorno, Sigmund Freud, Jacques Lacan, Judith Butler, Jean Laplanche, and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick.