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Post-Jazz Poetics
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Post-Jazz Poetics ab 79.99 € als Taschenbuch: A Social History. 1st ed. 2010. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Post-Jazz Poetics
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Post-Jazz Poetics ab 79.99 € als pdf eBook: A Social History. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft,

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Post-Jazz Poetics
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Post-Jazz Poetics ab 79.99 EURO A Social History. 1st ed. 2010

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Post-Jazz Poetics
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Post-Jazz Poetics ab 79.99 EURO A Social History

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Narrating Lives in Transition
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This work offers critical reflections on the politics and poetics of identity, home and cultural translation in four Arab Anglophone Diasporic novels, namely Leave to Remain by Abbas El-Zein, Arabian Jazz by Dianna Abu-Jaber, The Road from Damascus by Robin Kassab, and West of the Jordon by Laila Halaby. Drawing on a set of interlocking theories, I argue that the transnational movement of diasporic subjects across space undoubtedly destabilizes national boundaries and invigorates the genesis of new typographies and epistemologies of identity home and belonging. Furthermore, by attempting to move beyond essentialist paradigms that advocate the exigency of an original and authentic territory for identity formation, I contend that diasporic subjects and immigrants, who are floating creatures/signifiers with shallow roots in both worlds, engage in the politic and poetic of re-imagining other imaginary homelands and communities. Nonetheless, this critical frame of reference, far from assuming an essentialist and totalizing position, seeks predominantly to lay bare the mechanisms of identity formation and its discursive, inventory and mythic nature.

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Post-Jazz Poetics
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African-American expressive arts draw upon multiple traditions of formal experimentation in the service of social change. Within these traditions, Jennifer D. Ryan demonstrates that black women have created literature, music, and political statements signifying some of the most incisive and complex elements of modern American culture. Post-Jazz Poetics: A Social History examines the jazz-influenced work of five twentieth-century African-American women poets: Sherley Anne Williams, Sonia Sanchez, Jayne Cortez, Wanda Coleman, and Harryette Mullen. These writers engagements with jazz-based compositional devices represent a new strand of radical black poetics, while their renditions of local-to-global social critique sketch the outlines of a transnational feminism.

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A Map of Mexico City Blues
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In this pioneering critical study of Jack Kerouac's book-length poem, 'Mexico City Blues--'a''poetic parallel to the writer's fictional saga, the Duluoz Legend--James T. Jones uses a rich and flexible neoformalist approach to argue his case for the importance of Kerouac's rarely studied poem.After a brief summary of Kerouac's poetic career, Jones embarks on a thorough reading of 'Mexico City Blues 'from several different perspectives: he first focuses on Kerouac's use of autobiography in the poem and then discusses how Kerouac's various trips to Mexico, his conversion to Buddhism, his theory of spontaneous poetics, and his attraction to blues and jazz influenced the theme, structure, and sound of 'Mexico City Blues.'''Jones's multidimensional explication suggests the formal and thematic complexity of Kerouac's long poem and demonstrates the major contribution 'Mexico City Blues 'makes to post-World War II American poetry and poetics.

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The Second Set, Vol. 2
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With The Jazz Poetry Anthology, this volume offers a comprehensiveexploration of the history of jazz poetry. The Second Set gathers many poets omittedfrom The Jazz Poetry Anthology, including Gwendolyn Brooks, Arthur Brown, Diane diPrima, Henry Dumas, Nikki Giovanni, David Henderson, Anselm Hollo, Haki Madhubuti, Michael McClure, Larry Neal, Dudley Randall, Eugene B. Redmond, Carolyn M. Rodgers, Ntozake Shange, A. B. Spellman, and Jay Wright. The Second Set fills out the historyof jazz poetry with poems written before World War II, as well as those from theBlack Arts Movement of the 1960s, and includes contemporary writers from a range ofcultural backgrounds, including Ai, Rita Dove, Yusef Komunyakaa, Mart n Espada, JoyHarjo, Keorapetse Kgositsile, Michael Longley, Mwatabu Okantah, Charles Simic, Lorenzo Thomas, Derek Walcott, Ron Welburn, and YevgenyYevtushenko. Embracing a wide variety of poems informed by jazz, The Second Set also includes statements of poetics by many of the poetsanthologized.

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Post-Jazz Poetics: A Social History
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African-American expressive arts draw upon multiple traditions of formal experimentation in the service of social change. Within these traditions, Jennifer D. Ryan demonstrates that black women have created literature, music, and political statements signifying some of the most incisive and complex elements of modern American culture. Post-Jazz Poetics: A Social History examines the jazz-influenced work of five twentieth-century African-American women poets: Sherley Anne Williams, Sonia Sanchez, Jayne Cortez, Wanda Coleman, and Harryette Mullen. These writers engagements with jazz-based compositional devices represent a new strand of radical black poetics, while their renditions of local-to-global social critique sketch the outlines of a transnational feminism.

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