Postmodern Time and Space in Fiction and Theory

Postmodern Time and Space in Fiction and Theory
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Download or read book Postmodern Time and Space in Fiction and Theory written by Michael Kane and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2020-01-14 with total page 167 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Postmodern Time and Space in Fiction and Theory seeks to place the contemporary transformation of notions of space and time, often attributed to the technologies we use, in the context of the ongoing transformations of modernity. Bringing together examples of modern and contemporary fiction (from Defoe to DeLillo, Frankenstein to Finnegans Wake) and theoretical discussions of the modern and the post-modern, the author explores the legacy of modern transformations of space and time under five headings: “The Space of Nature”; “The Space of the City”; “Postmodern or Most Modern Time”; “The Time and Space of the Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction”; and “Travel: from Modernity to...?”. These five essays re-examine the meanings of modernity and its aftermath in relation to the spaces and times of the natural, the urban and the media environment.


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