The Postmodern Turn: Essays in Postmodern Theory and Culture [Ihab Hassan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Hassan, Ihab. Among the first and remaining one of the best critics of what he has variously called the literature of silence or of unmaking, Ihab Hassan in The Postmodern. Author: Hassan, Ihab, ; Subjects: Literature, Modern – 20th century – History and criticism.; Literature, Modern – 20th century – History and criticism – Theory.
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Scattered throughout its pages The Postmodern Turn offers, like a critical Bartlett’s, the fragments of the most thorough, nuanced, and provocatively wide-ranging definition of postmodernism one might reasonably desire, although its diffused density may render it hssan satisfying to some than the more readerly formulations of, say, John Barth.
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All but the last of the ten essays have seen print before the earliest insix as parts of the author’s previous books. Section Two, “Concepts of Postmodernism,” contains three chapters that chart postmodernism’s development and differentiate it from modernism and other manifestations of the avant garde; offers a history of the concept and its difficulties; and posits immanence and indeterminacy as postmodernism’s “ruling tendencies” with an eye toward disclosing thereby “coherent hints of a posthumanist culture.
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Online Archive of California. Essays in Postmodern Theory and Culture. Toward a Postmodern Literature, Paracriticisms: Ohio State UP, In addition, he has written more than essays and reviews on literary and cultural subjects.
Podtmodern, Hassan’s typographically lively “paracritical” style, which characterizes several of the essays, may prove off-putting to readers not used to prose bent on moving ijab beyond “linear ‘reasoned discourse’. In its complexity and richness, The Postmodern Turn resists paraphrase, each of its essays silently crying, “No, do not understand me too easily.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: In this respect, the book is exactly what its author announces it to be: This section needs expansion.
A kind of greatest hits collection, this Hassan reader is nonetheless a useful summary of his thoughts and an obvious point hasssan departure for readers new to his work.
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Hassan received honorary degrees from the Faculty of Humanities at Uppsala UniversitySweden  and the University of Giessentwo Guggenheim Fellowships, and three Senior Fulbright Lectureships, It seeks to explain the differences, both concrete and abstract, between modernism and postmodernism.
Essays of Five Decadesas well as two memoirs, Out of Egypt: Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel.
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A friend recently remarked that today the problem for literary critics seems to be not staying on the cutting edge but finding it.
Traces of Japan A Norton Anthology Built on the Johns Hopkins University Campus. The first, a single chapter on “The Literature of Silence,” traces postmodernism’s roots to mannerism, romanticism, gurn modernism, and it designates the silence of outrage and apocalypse as contemporary avant-gardism’s salient characteristic. Recently, he has published many short stories in various literary magazines and is completing a novel, The Changeling.