1 edition of Hélène Cixous, rootprints found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
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|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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504 a Includes bibliographical references. If anything, the interview's length attests to the ground it uncovers as it runs through all the gambit of the traditional meanings and attitudes surrounding writing to uncover at its root, love and the other.
91409 Illustrations illustrations Index no index present LC call number PQ2663. It considers the intellectual figures, movements and publications that helped define fields as diverse as history, psychoanalysis, film, philosophy, and economics. Fulford, Sarah; 1997-01-01 00:00:00 Helene Cixous, Rootprints: Memory and Life Writing London: Routledge, 1997. The Hélène Cixous introduction succinctly outlines rootprints central tenets of Cixous' theory of writing.
The accessibility of the interview format provides an excellent starting-point for readers new to Cixous, while those already familiar with her work will find unexpected insights and fresh elucidations of her thought.
It is a unique and extraordinary resource for scholars, students and theatre-makers. It wouldn't matter how much it cost, I'd get it for her. Cixous's creative reflections on the past provide occasion for scintillating forays into the future. ' - Michele Roberts, The Independent'Only a small number of books fall into the category of an introductory text which is sufficiently intelligent and lucid to be essential reading for a more informed audience. Helene Cixous is undoubtedly one of the most brilliant and innovative contemporary thinkers.
Published here in English for the first time Helene Cixous, Rootprints is an ideal introduction to Cixous's theory and her Hélène Cixous, tracing her development as a writer and intellectual whose remarkable prespicacity and electrifying poetic force are known world-wide. The E-mail message field is rootprints. Elaborate analogies between Irish and Jewish history, between Irish and Jewish subjectivities, occur with surprising frequency throughout American literature.
Hlne Cixous: live Hélène Cixous provides a clear and informative introduction to one of the most important and influential European writers working today. Edited by Susan Sellers, Professor of English and Related Literature at the Univeristy of St Andrews. Throughout, the book argues for a "circum-North Atlantic" culture in which texts from Ireland, Britain, Irish America, and Jewish America contribute substantially to both a modern American literature and to understandings of the terms "Irish" and "Jewish.
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' - The Fawcett Library Newsletter'She gives you a shattering sense of how, under conventional language, there rages something else altogether, which we too could discover if we cherish doubt and uncertainty. Ideal for those interested in the 'spatial turn' in social and cultural theory, this fascinating book asks what role space plays in the work of such theorists, what difference if any it makes to their concepts, and what difference rootprints an appreciation makes to the way we might think about space.
But how does one describe this uncanny relationship, one often marked by hostility, affinity, and ambivalence, without essentializing people whose origins, class affiliation, Hélène Cixous, life experiences, and so on are enormously different? ' - Judith Still, University of Nottingham• Note "First published in French by Editions des femmes, Paris, France, 1994"--T.
Each extract is accompanied by editorial Hélène Cixous and a translation, both by Susan Sellers.