An energetically interdisciplinary project, this book incorporates queer theory, disability studies, and digital humanities into well-informed, new readings on post-WWII authors including Bruce Andrews, Thomas Pynchon, and Sylvia Plath. Using the idea of 'parability, 'or the ability for writers to tell improper stories, as a foundation, Alan RamA³n Clinton synthesizes a new model for a creative, more daring literary criticism. Privileging singularity and invention over leaden argumentation, this study expands the idea of what it means to read literary texts.In an essay they call aIn Response to The Angel of History, a Joseph Arsenault and Tony Brinkley acknowledge the difficulty of responding to a work awhere the writing itself is not only in response but concerned with inadequacies in responding.
|Title||:||Intuitions in Literature, Technology, and Politics|
|Author||:||Alan Ramón Clinton|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-10-02|