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Title Isak Dinesen and narrativity : reassessments for the 1990s / edited by Gurli A. Woods.
Imprint [Ottawa, Ont.] : Carleton University Press for the Centre for Textual Analysis, Discourse and Culture, 1994.

Series TADAC papers ;; 3
Papers (Centre TADAC) ;; 3.
Subject Dinesen, Isak, 1885-1962 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Alt Name Woods, Gurli A. (Gurli Aagaard), 1942-
Centre TADAC.
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 240 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- I. Gender and Feminist Perspectives -- Consuming Isak Dinesen -- Life as Fiction: Narrative Appropriation in Isak Dinesen's Out of Africa -- Sp(l)acing out of the (Sub)Text: Rewriting through Landscapes in Isak Dinesen's Out of Africa -- Lilith and Gender Equality in Isak Dinesen's The Supper at Elsinore and The Old Chevalier -- Tapping the Roots: Hidden Sources of Power in Isak Dinesen's The Dreamers -- II. The Symbolist Tradition -- MallarmAan Poetics and Isak Dinesen's Politics in The Blank Page
The Poetics of the Story: On Symbolist Tendencies in Isak Dinesen's FictionIsak Dinesen Among the Victorians: Some Shared Symbolic Techniques -- III. Interpretive Strategies from Rhetoric to Deconstruction -- Isak Dinesen Versus Postmodernism: The Criticism of Modernity and the Problem of Non-simultaneousness in Relation to Isak Dinesen's Work -- Methods of Narratology and Rhetoric for Analyzing Isak Dinesen's The Blank Page -- The Silent Tale: Pragmatic Strategy in Isak Dinesen's The Blank Page
The Phenomenon of Intertextuality and the Role of Androgyny in Isak Dinesen's The Roads Round PisaIsak Dinesen's The Pearls: Resentment and the Economy of Narrative -- Deconstructing the Fictional World of Isak Dinesen's The Monkey -- Works Cited and Consulted -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- V -- W -- Y -- Z -- Notes on the Contributors
Note English.
ISBN 9780773573949 (electronic bk.)
0773573941 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 144085148
Additional Format Print version: Isak Dinesen and narrativity. Ottawa, ON, Canada : Carleton University Press for the Centre for Textual Analysis, Discourse and Culture, 1994 (DLC) 94900438

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