By Justin Edwards,Rune Graulund
Grotesque presents a useful and obtainable consultant to the use (and abuse) of this complicated literary time period. Justin D. Edwards and Rune Graulund discover the impact of the ugly on cultural varieties all through historical past, with specific concentrate on its illustration in literature, visible paintings and film.
- presents a background of the literary gruesome from Classical writing to the present
- examines theoretical debates round the time period of their historic and cultural contexts
- introduce readers to key writers and artists of the gruesome, from Homer to Rabelais, Shakespeare, Carson McCullers and David Cronenberg
- analyses keyword phrases comparable to disharmony, deformed and distorted our bodies, misfits and freaks
- explores the ugly relating to queer conception, post-colonialism and the carnivalesque.
Grotesque provides readers with an unique and precise evaluate of this important style and is a necessary advisor for college kids of literature, paintings historical past and movie studies.
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Grotesque (The New Critical Idiom) by Justin Edwards,Rune Graulund