Postcolonial nations: Political or poetic allegories? (On Tahar Djaout's L'invention du desert)
- Third World short story as national allegory. Palakeel, Thomas // Journal of Modern Literature;Summer96, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p97
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- The case for Jameson, or, towards a Marxian pedagogy of world literature. Wise, Christopher // College Literature;Oct94, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p173
Studies Fredric Jameson's Marxist approach to and criticism of Third World literature, offering theoretical coherence and providing strategies both to facilitate teaching of non-Western texts in the First World and to increase production of literature in underdeveloped nations on a global scale....
- Postmodern paranoia? Pynchon and Jameson. Simons, Jon // Paragraph;Jul2000, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p207
Presents an exercise in the reversal of interpretation. Theoretical interpretative framework of Fredric Jameson's notions of the postmodern sublime and the paranoia associated with it; Problems in Jameson's approach to the cognitive mapping of the contemporary world.
- NEOLIBERALISM AND ALLEGORY. Joseph, Betty // Cultural Critique;Fall2012, Issue 82, p68
In this essay, the author tries to reconceive the literary-historical legacy and afterlife of allegory in light of the "Social Text" debate over national allegory many years ago. The author mentions that Fredric Jameson's essay, "Third World Literature," sparked the debate. In his essay, Jameson...
- Troping History: Modernist Residue in Fredric Jameson's Pastiche and Linda Hutcheon's Parody. Duvall, John N. // Style;Fall99, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p372
Presents a comparative discussion of Fredric Jameson's and Linda Hutcheon's competing accounts of the relation between postmodernism and history. Jameson's series of distinctions between modernization, modernism and modernity; Books written by Jameson; Difference between postmodernism and...
- Religion and Utopia in Fredric Jameson. Boer, Roland // Utopian Studies;2008, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p285
A literary criticism of the book "Archaeologies of the Future" by Fredric Jameson is presented. It explores on the interplay of religion and Utopia, with the assumption that religion has been superseded. It scrutinizes the hermeneutics of suspicion and recovery, known as the hermeneutics of...
- Jameson's Complaint: video-art and the intertextual 'time-wall.'. Zurbrugg, Nicholas // Screen;Spring91, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p16
The article examines the hostility of literary critic and political theorist Fredric Jameson toward postmodern video-art. It relates how Jameson questions the art in the content of video images. Jameson combined the theories of intertextuality of Roland Barthes with the writings of Raymond...
- Fables of Aggression (Book Review). Flores, Ralph // Library Journal;10/15/1979, Vol. 104 Issue 18, p2217
Reviews the book 'Fables of Aggression: Wyndham Lewis, the Modernist as Fascist,' by Frederic Jameson.
- So he wants to be a writer. Goode, Stephen // Insight on the News;12/01/97, Vol. 13 Issue 44, p4
Presents information on cultural theorist Fredric Jameson. Identification of his works; Details on him winning top honors in a `Bad Writing Contest;' Who sponsored the contest; Examination of the speech given by the editors of the periodical `Philosophy and Literature' on bestowing the award.