Monumental Space in the Post-Imperial Novel: An by Rita Sakr

By Rita Sakr

there was a proliferation in contemporary scholarship of reviews of monuments and their histories and of theoretical positions that make clear features in their meanings. in spite of the fact that, simply as monuments mark their territory by way of trying to make sure the lifestyles of obstacles, sothese discourses set a boundary among their authority as systems on which the translation of enormous house happens and, during this appreciate, the several authority of the unconventional. This research crosses this boundary by way of dynamic interdisciplinary events among chosen novels through James Joyce, Yukio Mishima, Rashid al-Daif, and Orhan Pamuk, at the one hand, and numerous theoretical perspectives,history, and cultural geography, at the different. in the course of the particular selection of literary texts that signify enormous area in a standard post-imperial geopolitical contexts, enormous area and the Post-Imperial Novel brings into query many postcolonial paradigms.

Sakr establishes a two-way interpretive method among idea, history,and cultural geography and the radical that serves because the foundation for cutting edge interdisciplinary readings of huge space.

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