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  • ISBN: 9780226023502
  • ISBN10: 0226023508

Continental Drift from National Characters to Virtual Subjects

by Emily Apter

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 06/01/1999
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Preface Acknowledgments Introduction: Continental Theory on Different Continents Part One: National Characters 1: Uprooted Subjects: Barregrave;s and the Politics of Patrimoine 2: Saints at Stake: Joan of Arc as National Pathology 3: Out of Character: Camus's French Algerian Subjects 4: Character Assassination: Racial Pathologies, Colonial Crimes--Fanon, Mannoni, Lacan, Paulhan Part Two: Metropolitan Masquerades 5: Harem: Scopic Regimes of Power/Phallic Law 6: Ethnographic Travesties: Alibis of Gender and Nation in the Case of Elissa 7: Acting Out Orientalism: Stereotype, Performativity, the Isabelle Eberhardt Effect 8: Cleopatra's Nose: Characterology and the Modern Subject in Belle Epoque Paris Part Three: Virtual Colonies 9: The Dance of Colonial Seduction: Flaubert and the Line of Desire 10: The Landscape of Photogeny: "Morocco" in Black and White 11: Impotent Epic: The Crisis of Literary Tourism in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction 12: Postcolonial Cyberpunk: Dirty Nationalism in the Era of Terminal Identities 13: Nomadologies of Tomorrow: The Deleuzean Worldscape Notes Index
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