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Deleuze and Literature

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ISBN-10: 0748612076

ISBN-13: 9780748612079

Edition: 2000

Authors: Ian Buchanan, John Marks

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Written by leading Deleuzian scholars the essays in this collection focus on two main questions: how does Deleuze read literary texts? And how can we read texts in a Deleuzian way?
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Book details

List price: $49.95
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Publication date: 12/14/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Ian Buchanan is a professor in the Department of Communications and Cultural Studies at Charles Darwin University.

Rod Campbell was born on May 4, 1945 in Scotland. He was brought up in Zimbabwe and returned to Britain where he completed a doctorate in organic chemistry. In 1980 he became involved in children's publishing where he began designing innovative books with interactive elements and repetitive phrases.In 1987 he founded Campbell Blackie Books in partnership with his publisher Blackie. Campbell's most famous work is Dear Zoo, first published in 1982. Enormously popular among the under 5s in Britain, it has been translated into several languages and published in a number of formats. In 2014 his title, Dear Zoo: From the Zoo, made The New York Times Best Seller List.

Introduction: Deleuze and Literature
Deleuze and Signs
How Deleuze can help us make Literature work
The Paterson Plateau: Deleuze, Guattari and William Carlos Williams
Underworld: The People are Missing
Inhuman Irony: The Event of the Postmodern
On the Uses and Abuses of Literature for Life
'A Question of an Axiomatic of Desires': The Deleuzian Imagination of Geoliterature
Transvestism, Drag and Becomings: A Deleuzian Analysis of the Fictions of Timothy Findley
Only Intensities Subsist: Samuel Beckett's Nohow On
Nizan's Diagnosis of Existentialism and the Perversion of Death
I and My Deleuze
Notes on Contributors