Patrick O'Donnell. Latent Destinies examines the formation of postmodern sensibilities and their relationship to varieties of paranoia that have been seen as widespread in this century. Despite the fact that the Cold War has ended and the threat of nuclear annihilation has been dramatically lessened by most estimates, the paranoia that has characterized the period has not gone away.
The result is an erasure of historical temporality—the past and future become the all-consuming, self-aware present. Organized around the topics of nationalism, gender, criminality, and construction of history, Latent Destinies establishes cultural paranoia as consonant with our contradictory need for multiplicity and certainty, for openness and secrecy, and for mobility and historical stability. Demonstrating how imaginative works of novels and films can be used to understand the postmodern historical condition, this book will interest students and scholars of American literature and cultural studies, postmodern theory, and film studies.
The Time of Paranoia. Arthur Asa Berger. Heidegger, Art, and Postmodernity. Iain D.
Once Upon A Number. John Allen Paulos. Sound Technology and the American Cinema. James Lastra. Michael Holquist. John Mowitt. Psychoanalysis and Cinema. Ann Kaplan. Studies in Trans-Disciplinary Method. Michael J. A Dictionary of Postmodernism. Niall Lucy. Talk, Talk, Talk. The Philosophy of Steven Soderbergh. Barton Palmer. Annalisa Coliva. Essentials of the Theory of Fiction.
Paul Cobley. Empire of Conspiracy. Timothy Melley. Ethical Diversions. Katalin Orban. Lucy Maud Montgomery. Purple Passages. Rachel Blau DuPlessis. Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosch. Henry Miller. Of Literature and Knowledge.
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Peter Swirski. Exile's Return.
Malcolm Cowley. Works of Catharine Sedgwick. Catharine Sedgwick. Zizek and Law. Laurent de Sutter. Henry Miller and Religion. Thomas Nesbit. The Cambridge Companion to Postmodernism. Steven Connor.
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- Confederate Soldier of the American Civil War: A Visual Reference;
Secularism in Antebellum America. John Lardas Modern. Cinema, Memory, Modernity. Russell J. Jack Turner. A History of American Literature Since Fred Lewis Pattee. John N. The Routledge Companion to Experimental Literature. Joe Bray. Jewish Anxiety and the Novels of Philip Roth. Brett Ashley Kaplan. Film After Jung. Greg Singh. The Biopolitics of Feeling. Kyla Schuller. Emily Dickinson in Context.
Eliza Richards. Peggy Phelan.
Reading Capitalist Realism. Alison Shonkwiler. Stephen V Huntley. Theodor Adorno and Film Theory.bakeaction.com/wp-content/pawnee/3267.php
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The Intermediality of Narrative Literature. Professor Sharon Monteith.
The Routledge Encyclopedia of Film Theory. Edward Branigan. Sustaining New Orleans.
Barbara Eckstein. Coetzee and Ethics. Anton Leist. The Time of the City.