Introduction: 'All this, and Everest too! Literature of the 1950s: Good, brave causes 6 :1-250 9780748627714 Ferrebe A. It conducts a close analysis of English novels selected for contrasting definitions of the male gender, from the allegedly Angry Young Man to the contemporary confessions of Nick Hornby and Tony Parsons. Alice Ferrebe's lively study rereads the decade and its literature as crucial in twentieth-century British history for its emergent and increasingly complicated politics of difference, as ideas about identity, authority and belonging were tested and contested. Between camps: Masculinity, race and nation in post-devolution Scotland The Edinburgh Companion to Contemporary Scottish Literature :275-282 9780748623952 Ferrebe A. Other Uses of Literacy Chapter 11.
Elizabeth Taylor's uses of romance: Feminist feeling in 1950s English fiction Literature and History, 19 :50-64 Ferrebe A. The Dedicated Man: Publishing, Media and Reviewing Chapter 13. Where East Meets West: Literature, the New Left and the Cold War; Chapter 14. Literature of the 1950s: Good, Brave Causes: Volume 6 Edinburgh History of Twentieth-Century Literature in Britain Edinburgh University Press 9780748627714 Ferrebe A. Organic Communities: Regional Literature; Chapter 10. From Amis and Larkin to Osborne and Fleming, Ferrebe brings new life to the literary world of the 1950s.
By placing a diverse selection of texts alongside those of the established canon of Movement and 'Angry' writing, a literary culture of true diversity and depth is brought into view. Richard Hoggart: Culture and Critique :95-107 Critical, Cultural and Communications Press. The volume characterises the 1950s as a time of confrontation with a range of concerns still avidly debated today, including immigration, education, the challenging behaviour of youth, nuclear threat, the post-industrial and post-imperial legacy, a consumerist economy and a feminist movement hampered by the perceivedly comprehensive nature of its recent success. Angering Aunt Edna: 1950s Theatre; Chapter 4. Buying eBooks from abroad For tax law reasons we can sell eBooks just within Germany and Switzerland.
Challenges the myths about apathy and smugness surrounding British literature of the period. The literary period since 1950 is interpreted as one of intense political and stylistic negotiation by male authors with the gendered subject-positions of both fictional characters, and those men and women who read about them. The Less Deceived; Chapter 5. Women, Children and Home Chapter 6. By placing a diverse selection of texts alongside those of the established canon of Movement and 'Angry' writing, a literary culture of true diversity and depth is brought into view.
. Contrary to Jimmy Porter's defeatist judgement on his era in John Osborne's 1956 play Look Back in Anger, the volume upholds such concerns as 'good, brave causes' indeed. The Edinburgh Companion to Irvine Welsh 9780748639175 Ferrebe A. Coming Home: The Literature of Immigration; Chapter 9. The Voice of the Young Chapter 2. The Less Deceived Chapter 5.
Coming Home: The Literature of Immigration Chapter 9. The Voice of the Young; Chapter 2. The Sensation of Movement: Poetry in the 50s Chapter 7. Contrary to Jimmy Porter's defeatist judgement on his era in John Osborne's 1956 play Look Back in Anger, the volume upholds such concerns as 'good, brave causes' indeed. Postwar: British Literature in Transition 1940-60 Cambridge University Press. The E-mail message field is required. Criticism Under Scrutiny Chapter 12.
Women, Children and Home; Chapter 6. Regrettably we cannot fulfill eBook-orders from other countries. Look Back in Anger, Déjavù and Postmodern Historiography Yearbook of English Studies, 42 Ferrebe A. Sie benötigen eine und die Software kostenlos. Introduction Strike the Father Dead, by John Wain :v-ix Valancourt.
Angering Aunt Edna: 1950s Theatre Chapter 4. The Bloomsbury Introduction to Popular Fiction :70-86 Bloomsbury Academic. Bei einer missbräuchlichen Weitergabe des eBooks an Dritte ist eine Rückverfolgung an die Quelle möglich. The Metaphorical Utility of Youth; Chapter 3. Organic Communities: Regional Literature Chapter 10. Challenges the myths about apathy and smugness surrounding British literature of the period. Introduction The Smaller Sky by John Wain :v-ix Valancourt.