The Revenant and Remembered Past
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Preview this item Preview this item. In doing so, it provides a clear sense of both the shifts and continuities in the way historical recollection, strategies of representation, and reading practices intersect" Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item This collection examines the intersection of historical recollection, strategies of representation, and reading practices in historical fiction from the eighteenth century to today.
In shifting focus to the agency of the reader and taking a long historical view, the collection brings a new perspective to the field of historical representation. Read more Reading Historical Fiction: the revenant and remembered past edited with Nicola Parsons more. Historical Fiction. View on palgrave. Articles and Chapters. View on link. It suggests that their depictions of the city are drawn It suggests that their depictions of the city are drawn from the material traces still visible in vestigial form today, and from previous representations of the nineteenth—century city, drawing on literary images not only of Melbourne itself, but also of London, particularly as it is represented in neo-Victorian fiction.
The Australian city of Melbourne is a particularly evocative example since from the planning of the nineteenth-century city to its literary productions, there is a way in which it is always, already, neo-Victorian.
The Revenant by Sonia Gensler
Marie-Luise Kohlke and Christian Gutleben. View on books. I argue that in Stasiland, Funder deploys a range of literary strategies to make the past both comprehensible and memorable for her foreign readers, creating a community of memory across borders. View on intellectbooks. Neo-Victorian Literature. Byatt's Possession: A Romance more.
Sixty Lights and Afterimage use the trope of photography to explore the relationship between history, memory and fiction as modes of recollection. Employing a lexicon of haunting and spectrality, these novels are concerned with Employing a lexicon of haunting and spectrality, these novels are concerned with recognising the persistence of the past in a present cut off from linear models of inheritance and memory.
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Extending and elaborating influential theoretical models of contemporary historical fiction, these novels deploy the ghostly figure of photography in order to posit the persistence of the past as uncanny repetition and as embodied memory. Autum View on neovictorianstudies. Her use of fiction to represent this trauma made Grenville the focus of heated public debate about the role of fiction in representing the past, a debate that repeatedly cast her project as historically dubious. It uses the affective power of fiction to reinscribe and reactivate Aboriginal Australian history in the contemporary historical imaginary.
Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, Introduction: Diversity, Integration and Citizenship more. Publication Name: epress. Publisher: muse.
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