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This paper argues from a Cultural Studies perspective that, far from being easy to dismiss, Kylie Minogue is a relevant female performer whose public persona is also connected to pertinent gender issues. It is our belief that the insistence on finding subversive alternatives to traditional femininity —as represented by Madonna— has negatively affected the understanding of femininity itself. Minogue proves with her sustained career and professionalism that femininity does not necessarily have to be phallic in order to be successful and that it is too often unfairly identified with weakness.
We argue this thesis by analysing Showgirl, the tour that Minogue had to interrupt due to the breast cancer she was diagnosed with in , and the revised version of this tour after her cancer recovery in , Showgirl Homecoming, together with White Diamond , the documentary on the impact of her illness on the show. In them Minogue comes across as a committed, metamorphic artist and as a tough survivor with much to offer as a role model to women who wish to be both professionally successful and feminine.
Although Barnes seemingly offers alternative worlds to the pervasive one of patriarchy, they only By adopting a more comprehensive perspective, the characters in Nightwood will be presented as isolated individuals who ultimately occupy an in-between position of eternal frustration.
Marta Falces et al. Djuna Barnes. The cases of David Koresh, Luc Jouret or Joseph Di Mambro may serve as examples of incredibly charismatic leaders that died, together with their unconditional followers, in collective suicides. Anyone external to the sects where they put their doctrines into practice finds it difficult to believe how any intelligent person could fall for their statements of belief.
Their charisma may offer part of the key to the answer. The protagonists of this trilogy are examples of monstrous personalities. Carmel Bird fictionalises an unfortunately frequent reality, since, like Ambrose Goddard, Petra Penfold-Knight and Caleb Mean — the protagonists of the three novels we aim to analyse — charismatic leaders keep proving to be quite a powerful weapon of mass destruction.
Katherine Mansfield and Virginia Woolf shared the desire to transgress the conventions of an asphyxiating patriarchal society, which they envisioned as eminently obsolete and absurd. Nevertheless, even though previous scholarship has Nevertheless, even though previous scholarship has dealt with some of these shared links, rarely has their adherence to the grotesque been considered, particularly in connection with cannibalism and gender roles.
As this paper aims to demonstrate, a carnivalesque microcosm underlies the novels and short stories of two women who acutely perceived the truth of a distorted reality. This provides both women with the suitable scenario where to expose the meaninglessness of an anachronous system, where a series of cannibalizations combine with a catalogue of gross, preposterous males who attest for a society in need of a thorough renovation. Palma de Mallorca: Universitat de les Illes Balears.
The present article is an introduction for students of English Philology to temporal relations and strategies in narrative texts. First, we will make a brief survey of relevant approaches to the study of temporal relations both in novel First, we will make a brief survey of relevant approaches to the study of temporal relations both in novel and film.
This will provide us with a battery of terms and ideas to be used in our analysis. Then, we will make a general study of the temporal structure in the novel The Hours and its film adaptation. Finally, we have devised a series of activities to make students aware of time relations and to enable them to identify the different temporal strategies which can be used to construct a narrative. Granada: Ediciones Adhara, ISSN more. View on The result is a refreshing image of Mansfield from a postcolonial perspective. It departs from the textual analysis of In doing so, Hurston definitely breaks with previous negative stereotypes in Literature about the black community and presents the reader with the flesh and bone character of a black woman, who transcends race but particularly gender in her self-fulfilment as a human being.
Estudios en homenaje a Manuel Villar Raso. Granada: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Granada. Doy vida a mis personajes": maternidad agridulce y reescritura del cuerpo femenino en Katherine Mansfield more. No obstante, este aspecto More Info: Eds. Victoria A. Gillian Boddy-Greer is a highly reputable critic in the study of Katherine Mansfield.
Her criticism on The present interview took place at the Stout Research Centre University of Victoria, Wellington during my two-month stay in New Zealand in July , where I could also interview other important critics in Mansfield studies such as Prof. Luis Miguel A. In-depth Interviews and Katherine Mansfield. Australian contemporary author Carmel Bird writes a fiction that blends real and surreal, mundane and macabre with inventive irony. In doing so, she reflects a perception of her birthplace Tasmania as a meaningfully polivalent island, In doing so, she reflects a perception of her birthplace Tasmania as a meaningfully polivalent island, whose picturesque surface masks deep secrets and is haunted by the ghosts of the indigenous peoples as well as those of the convicted criminals who were the first colonial inhabitants.
With the themes of colonialism and genocide frequently infusing her fiction, Bird has edited a ground-breaking collection of the oral histories of Australian indigenous people who were forcibly removed from their land in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: The Stolen Children—Their Stories. The motif of the dis-empowered is one of the key elements of all her work, colouring her response to the broader questions of life, love and justice. This is a rare and heady mix that leaps categories and bears very close attention. It is work that attracts the imagination of film-makers, several of the short stories being currently in production.
Among her novels, the most distinguished work is her Mandala Trilogy, which Bird is planning to convert into a quartet with the novel she is currently working on and whose title will be Green Language. Although freely bound up together, the pieces of this trilogy are connected by the concept of a charisma that, when combined with evil, can cause extreme damage such as mass murder. Bird fictionalises an unfortunately frequent reality, since, like Ambrose Goddard, Petra Penfold-Knight and Caleb Mean—the protagonists of the three novels—charismatic leaders keep proving to be quite a powerful weapon of mass destruction.
View on estudiosirlandeses. Cixous invierts the patriarcal system of binary terms to favour, in turn, those elements associated with femininity. Cixous invierte el sistema patriarcal de oposiciones binarias, donde la masculinidad siempre resulta privilegiada, para favorecer, en cambio, aquellos elementos asociados con la feminidad. View on webs. Held in Wellington, New Zealand, during the summer of and subsequently upgraded via email, this is an interview with one of the most reputable scholars in Katherine Mansfield studies, Prof.
The result is a subversive image of Mansfield, opposed to the purifying myth craftily designed by her husband John Middleton Murry after her death in View on repositorio. As old as the hills": La new woman en la narrativa de Katherine Mansfield more. A pesar de que la Although the writer portrays an objective, linear and masculine narrative from the beginning of the novel, her intention is to recognize an alternative writing where subjective, superstitious and feminine visions may offer an alternative truth, probably more convincing than the historical one we have been brainwashed to believe in.
In The Coming Race, E. Bulwer-Lytton envisages a highly unusual utopian model where he criticises, sometimes humorously, sometimes bitterly, issues related to socioeconomic, political, cultural, and religious aspects of contemporary Bulwer-Lytton envisages a highly unusual utopian model where he criticises, sometimes humorously, sometimes bitterly, issues related to socioeconomic, political, cultural, and religious aspects of contemporary society. In the present article, however, I shall restrict myself to the analysis of gender relationships as depicted by Lytton in his novel.
In doing so, I shall analyze this novelist's quasi-feminist work by connecting his focus on the so-called "Woman Question" with his choice of the dystopic sub-genre, ultimately presenting Lytton as a highly original writer, whose strategy lies in wrapping the traditionally misogynous utopian genre in a quasi-feminist cover. Gilber y Susan Gubar o Carolyn Heilbrun atacan la misoginia desmesurada que This implies that women deliberately assume the feminine Through this mimicry, Mansfield aims to prove that such stereotypes go beyond national boundaries and affect the people of different countries similarly—in this case Germany and England.
Katherine Mansfield is a New Zealand writer traditionally located within the English modernist literary canon. Eliot or D. Lawrence a traceable transcendental essence that hides behind social artifice , and to approach the endlessly split subject of postmodernism with its evanescent selfhood. View on humanities. Madrid: C. Women's writing and Katherine Mansfield.
En ellos, Mansfield recurre a elementos teatrales para mostrar que, tras su aparente dialogismo, se esconde la tragedia de un Studies in Honour of Fernando Serrano Valverde. Granada: Editorial Universidad de Granada. Theatre Studies , Katherine Mansfield , and Experimental fiction. New Perspectives on Community and the Modernist Subject: Finite, Singular, Exposed offers new approaches to the modernist subject and its relation to community. With a non-exclusive focus on narrative, the essays included provide With a non-exclusive focus on narrative, the essays included provide innovative and theoretically informed readings of canonical modernist authors, including: James, Conrad, Joyce, Woolf, Lawrence, Mansfield, Stein, Barnes and Faulkner instead of Eliot , as well as of non-canonical and late modernists Stapledon, Rhys, Beckett, Isherwood, and Baldwin instead of Marsden.
This volume examines the context of new dialectico-metaphysical approaches to subjectivity and individuality and of recent philosophical debate on community encouraged by critics such as Alain Badiou, Jean-Luc Nancy, Maurice Blanchot, Giorgio Agamben, Roberto Esposito and Jacques Derrida, among others, of which a fresh re-definition of the modernist subject and community remains to be made, one that is likely to enrich the field of "new Modernist studies".
This volume will fill this gap, presenting a re-definition of the subject by complementing community-oriented approaches to modernist fiction through a dialectical counterweight that underlines a conception of the modernist subject as finite, singular and exposed, and its relation to inorganic and inoperative communities. View on routledge. Community in Twentieth-Century Fiction. London: Palgrave, Community in Twentieth Century Fiction is the first systematic study on the role that modern and contemporary fiction has played in the imaginary construction and deconstruction of human communities.
Drawing on recent theoretical debate Through the integrated articulation of notions such as finitude, openness, exposure, immunity and death, we aim at uncovering the strategies of communal figuration at work in modern and contemporary fiction. Most of these strategies involve a rejection of organic communities based on essentialist fusion and an inclination to dramatize 'inoperative communities' Nancy of singularities aware of their own finitude and exposed to that of others.
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Too warm, too damp, too soft for any real mental discipline or sharp flights of spirit. One never learns. Hopefully, one carries down the faded straw bag, lumpy with books, clean paper, long over0due unanswered letters, freshly sharpened pencils, lists and good intentions. The books remain unread, the pencils break their points and the pads rest smooth and unblemished as the cloudless sky. No reading, no writing, no thoughts, even—at least not at first. At first, the tired body takes over completely. As on shipboard, one descends into a deck chair apathy.
Rollers on beach, wind in the pines, the slow flapping of the herons on the sand dunes, drown out the hectic rhythms of city and suburb, time tables and schedules. One falls under their spell, relaxes, stretches out prone. And then, some morning in the second week, the mind wakes, comes to life again. Not in the city sense—no—but beach-wise. It begins to drift, to play, to turn over in gentle careless rolls like those lazy waves on the beach.
One never knows what treasures these easy unconscious rollers may uncover, the smooth white sand of the conscious mind or perfectly rounded stone, what rare shell from the ocean floor. Perhaps a channelled whelk, a moon shell, even an Argonaut. But it must not be sought for or—heaven forbid! No, no dredging of the sea bottom here. The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, or too greedy, or too impatient. To dig for treasures shows not only impatience and greed, but lack of faith.
Patience and faith. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach—waiting for the gift from the sea. Translation - Spanish La playa no es el lugar para trabajar, leer, escribir o pensar. Demasiado calor, demasiada humedad, demasiada suavidad para cualquier disciplina mental real o para los duros viajes del alma.
Uno nunca aprende. No se lee, ni se escribe, ni siquiera se piensa, por lo menos al principio. Al principio el cuerpo, cansado, se recupera. Uno cae en el hechizo, se relaja, se tumba boca abajo. Comienza a moverse, a jugar, a recuperarse con los suaves y descuidados balanceos de las perezosas olas de la playa.
El mar no recompensa a los ansiosos, a los que son demasiado codiciosos o demasiado impacientes. Paciencia y fe. Es la historia de un joven llamado Christophe Jirbin, quien llega a una zona costera en busca de un trabajo en el nuevo puerto de Gdynia a principios de Una vez superan sus sentimientos de odio se sumergen en una zona de campo cubierta de nieve.
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