TITLE

THE POST-MODERNIST FEATURES IN I. KADARE'S NOVELS: PARANOIA AND

AUTHOR(S)
Shockett, Enkelena (Qafleshi)
PUB. DATE
November 2012
SOURCE
Journal of Language & Literature (20780303);Nov2012, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
In the following article I will attempt to point out the Post-modernist features in Ismail Kadare's fiction with special attention on the paranoia. To achieve my intentions I will revolve to the novels "The Hankonatëve Generation", "Who brought Doruntina?, "The Three Arched Bridge" and "The General of the Dead Army", as these sources will assist us to comprehend I. Kadare's rhetoric and narration. And beside paranoia I will discuss also drama and absurd in I. Kadare's fiction, but they both will be viewed within the paranoia feature, which is the essential element the texture is made up with. Dealing with Post-modernist features of the selected novels certainly I will center my intentions also round the rhetoric and point out the amazing narratives ever developed by Ismail Kadare. Under this viewpoint, the whole material endowed in this article will embrace the literary approach, aesthetics and theory and methodology highlighted by Post-modernism and affirmed in Ismail Kadare's fiction in general.
ACCESSION #
85997329

 

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