The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come (häftad)
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McFarland & Co Inc
Palumbo, Donald E. (red.)/Sullivan Iii, C. W. (red.)
notes, bibliography, index
226 x 152 x 15 mm
295 g
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The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come (häftad)

The Past That Might Have Been, the Future That May Come

Women Writing Fantastic Fiction, 1960s to the Present

Häftad Engelska, 2013-12-30
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This book explores how contemporary fantastic fiction by women writers responds to the past and imagines the future. The first two chapters look at revisionist rewritings of fairy tales and historical texts; the third and fourth focus on future-oriented narratives including dystopias and space fiction. Writers considered include Margaret Atwood, Octavia E. Butler, Angela Carter, Ursula K. Le Guin, Doris Lessing, and Jeanette Winterson, among others. The author argues that an analysis of how past and future are understood in women's fantastic fictions brings to light an ""ethics of becoming"" in the texts-a way of interrupting, revising and remaking problematic power structures that are tied to identity markers like class, gender and race. The book reveals how fantastic fiction can be read as narratives of disruption that enable the creation of an ethics of becoming.
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Lauren J. Lacey is an associate professor of English at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin. Donald E. Palumbo is a professor of English at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He lives in Greenville. C.W. Sullivan III is Distinguished Professor of arts and sciences at East Carolina University and a full member of the Welsh Academy. He is the author of numerous books and the on-line journal Celtic Cultural Studies.