Fadem, M: Objects and Intertexts in Toni Morrison's "Beloved

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Acknowledgments xiiiForeword: Too Many, Too Quiet, Too Long;or, “Anything is better than the silence” xvii 1 Remembering Is Not Forgetting; or, History Is in theTexts of It [The Form of Beloved] 1 2 Tragedy and Its Props; or, History Is in the Thingsof It [The Craft of Beloved] 33 3 Literary Memory and the Amnesiac Nation; or,“The rest is weather” [Object Lesson, I] 73 4 Bodies [sic] Matter; or, “Certainly no clamor for akiss” [Object Lesson, II] 110 5 The Powers of Intertextuality, the Specter ofReparations; or, Three Tragedies and a Critique ofthe American Slave State [The Object of Beloved] 151 Afterword: First Things, Lost Things; or,The Purloined Name and the Necessity of(Postcolonial) Failure 188 Coda: Impossible Things; or, “I’ve had enough ofshitty news” 202 Bibliography 231Index 243

Fadem, M: Objects and Intertexts in Toni Morrison's "Beloved

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This is an inspired contribution to the scholarship on one of the most influential American novels and novelists. The author positions Beloved as a meditation on historical justice and re-comprehends it as both a formal tragedy-a generic translation of fiction and tragedy or a "novel-tragedy" (Kliger)-and as a novel of objects.

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18.11.2020

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Taylor and Francis

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

18.11.2020

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Taylor and Francis

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280

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22.9/15.2 cm

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453 g

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Routledge Research in American Literature and Culture

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Englisch

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978-0-367-41619-5

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  • Fadem, M: Objects and Intertexts in Toni Morrison's "Beloved
  • Acknowledgments xiiiForeword: Too Many, Too Quiet, Too Long;or, “Anything is better than the silence” xvii 1 Remembering Is Not Forgetting; or, History Is in theTexts of It [The Form of Beloved] 1 2 Tragedy and Its Props; or, History Is in the Thingsof It [The Craft of Beloved] 33 3 Literary Memory and the Amnesiac Nation; or,“The rest is weather” [Object Lesson, I] 73 4 Bodies [sic] Matter; or, “Certainly no clamor for akiss” [Object Lesson, II] 110 5 The Powers of Intertextuality, the Specter ofReparations; or, Three Tragedies and a Critique ofthe American Slave State [The Object of Beloved] 151 Afterword: First Things, Lost Things; or,The Purloined Name and the Necessity of(Postcolonial) Failure 188 Coda: Impossible Things; or, “I’ve had enough ofshitty news” 202 Bibliography 231Index 243