After Said : postcolonial literary studies in the twenty-first century / edited by Bashir Abu-Manneh.  (Text) (Text)

Abu-Manneh, Bashir, 1972-
Call no.: PN75.S25 A64 2019Series: After series (Cambridge University Press): Publication: Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2019Description: xi, 221 pISBN: 9781108453219 (pbk.); 110845321X (pbk.); 9781108429177 (hbk.); 1108429173 (hbk.)Subject(s): Said, Edward W. -- InfluenceLiterature -- History and criticismCritical theoryPostcolonialismPostcolonialism in literatureOrientalismLOC classification: PN75.S25 | A64 2019
Contents:Said's political humanism: an introduction / Bashir Abu-Manneh -- Said : birth of the critic / Conor McCarthy -- The dual legacy of orientalism / Vivek Chibber -- Culture and Imperialism: Errors of a Syllabus / Seamus Deane -- Exile as a Political Aesthetic / Keya Ganguly -- Said and the "Worlding" of Nineteenth-Century Fiction / Lauren M.E. Goodlad -- Said and Political Theory / Jeanne Morefield -- Said, Postcolonial Studies and World Literature / Joe Cleary -- Postcolonial and Transnational Modernism / Dougal McNeill -- Political Predicaments of Exile / Joan Cocks -- Orientalism Today / Saree Makdisi -- Political Economy and the Iraq War: Said and Arrighi / Robert Spencer
Summary: "By the time of his death in 2003, Edward Said was one of the most famous literary critics of the twentieth century. Said's work has been hugely influential far beyond academia. As a prominent advocate for the Palestinian cause and noted cultural critic, Said redefined the role of the public intellectual. This volume explores the problems and opportunities afforded by Said's work: its productive and generative capacities as well as its in-built limitations. After Said captures the essence of Said's intellectual and political contribution and his extensive impact on postcolonial studies. It examines his legacy by critically elaborating his core concepts and arguments. Among the issues it tackles are humanism, Orientalism, culture and imperialism, exile and the contrapuntal, realism and postcolonial modernism, world literature, Islamophobia, and capitalism and the political economy of empire. It is an excellent resource for students, graduates and instructors studying postcolonial literary theory and the works of Said."--
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-213) and index.

Said's political humanism: an introduction / Bashir Abu-Manneh -- Said : birth of the critic / Conor McCarthy -- The dual legacy of orientalism / Vivek Chibber -- Culture and Imperialism: Errors of a Syllabus / Seamus Deane -- Exile as a Political Aesthetic / Keya Ganguly -- Said and the "Worlding" of Nineteenth-Century Fiction / Lauren M.E. Goodlad -- Said and Political Theory / Jeanne Morefield -- Said, Postcolonial Studies and World Literature / Joe Cleary -- Postcolonial and Transnational Modernism / Dougal McNeill -- Political Predicaments of Exile / Joan Cocks -- Orientalism Today / Saree Makdisi -- Political Economy and the Iraq War: Said and Arrighi / Robert Spencer

"By the time of his death in 2003, Edward Said was one of the most famous literary critics of the twentieth century. Said's work has been hugely influential far beyond academia. As a prominent advocate for the Palestinian cause and noted cultural critic, Said redefined the role of the public intellectual. This volume explores the problems and opportunities afforded by Said's work: its productive and generative capacities as well as its in-built limitations. After Said captures the essence of Said's intellectual and political contribution and his extensive impact on postcolonial studies. It examines his legacy by critically elaborating his core concepts and arguments. Among the issues it tackles are humanism, Orientalism, culture and imperialism, exile and the contrapuntal, realism and postcolonial modernism, world literature, Islamophobia, and capitalism and the political economy of empire. It is an excellent resource for students, graduates and instructors studying postcolonial literary theory and the works of Said."--

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