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A Theory of Adaptation
Preface to the 1st Edition Preface to the Revised Edition Chapter 1 Beginning to Theorize Adaptation What? Who? Why? How? Where? When? Familiarity and Contempt Treating Adaptations as AdaptationsExpand
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The Politics of Postmodernism
General editor's preface. Acknowledgements. 1. Representing the postmodern: What is postmodernism? Representation and its politics, Whose postmodernism? Postmodernity, postmodernism, and modernism.Expand
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Irony's Edge: The Theory and Politics of Irony
Table of Illustrations Introduction: The 'Scene' of Irony Acknowledgements 1. Risky Business: The 'Transideological' Politics of Irony 2. The Cutting Edge 3. Modelling Meaning: The Semantics of IronyExpand
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A Poetics Of Postmodernism
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A Theory of Parody: The Teachings of Twentieth-Century Art Forms
Examines the historical development of parody in order to examine its place, purpose and practice in the postmodern world of contemporary artforms.
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A poetics of postmodernism : history, theory, fiction
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Narcissistic Narrative: The Metafictional Paradox
"One has to learn what stories are, as a child, in order to enjoy them. Similarly one has to learn to read-actively, imaginatively-in order to enjoy the demanding fiction of today," says the author.Expand
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Irony, Nostalgia, and the Postmodern: A Dialogue
Linda Hutcheon says that this article is a dialogue that was initially provoked by some ruminations on her part over why she had resolutely insisted that the postmodern was more ironic thanExpand
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