Year of manufacture: 2007
By Fredric Jameson
Genre: Neo-Marxist literary criticism
Number of Pages: 427
A major contemporary literary critic and philosopher F. Jamieson considers the modern literary process from a neo-Marxist perspective. The subject of analysis is the literature of the modern era - 19-20 centuries: Baudelaire, Mallarme, Joyce, Proust, Kafka and several others. The differences between the modernist literature in Europe and America are studied. Jamieson breaks with the tradition that modern is a purely Western phenomenon, and finds the features of modernity in modern Japanese literature.
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