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First Published in 2002. Modes and categories inherited from the past no longer seem to fit the reality experienced by a new generation. ‘New Accents’ is intended as a positive response to the initiative offered by such a situation. Each volume in the series will seek to encourage rather than resist the process of change, to stretch rather than reinforce the boundaries that currently define literature and its academic study. The present selection of papers, made from nearly two hundred published, represents in some measure the diversity of the work at the eight Essex Sociology of Literature Conferences.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Forms of English fiction in 1848, Raymond Williams; Chapter 2 Baudelaire and the city: 1848 and the inscription of hegemony, Colin Mercer; Chapter 3 Religion and ideology: a political reading of Paradise Lost, Fredric Jameson; Chapter 4 The Romantic construction of the unconscious, Catherine Belsey; Chapter 5 The trial of Warren Hastings, David Musselwhite; Chapter 6 Bakhtin, Marxism and post-structuralism, Graham Pechey; Chapter 7 National Language, Education, Literature, Renée Balibar; Chapter 8 The Other Question: Difference, Discrimination and the Discourse of Colonialism, Homi K. Bhabha; Chapter 9 Images of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries as a history of the present, Simon Barker; Chapter 10 Towards a Grammatology of America: Lévi-Strauss, Derrida and the Native New World Text, Gordon Brotherston; Chapter 11 Orientalism Reconsidered, Edward W. Said;
Barker Francis, Hulme Peter, Iversen Margaret, Loxley Diana