Emptiness and Temporality: Buddhism and Medieval Japanese Poetics

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Introduction; Part I. Escaping Restrictions: 1. The freedom to borrow in Ulysses; 2. The author as consumer: The Financier; 3. Legitimate and illegitimate bonds: The Great Gatsby; Part II. New Deals: 4. Consumer cooperation, gender cooperation: Virginia Woolf's answer to war; 5. Love versus usury: the national cures of Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams; 6. Cultural autonomy and consumerism: Their Eyes Were Watching God; Coda: Accepting Deficits; 7. Credit as faith: normalizing debt in the movies of Frank Capra; Notes; Selected bibliography; Index.
This book examines the effects on literary works of a little-noted economic development in the early 20th century: individuals and governments alike began to regard going into debt as a normal and even valuable part of life. The author also shows, surprisingly, that the economic changes normalizing debt paralleled and intersected with changes in sexual discourse.
Autor: Michael Tratner
Michael Tratner is Associate Professor of English at Bryn Mawr College. His most recent book is "Modernism and Mass Politics: Joyce, Woolf, Eliot, Yeats" (Stanford, 1995).

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Autor: Michael Tratner
ISBN-13 :: 9780804741248
ISBN: 0804741247
Erscheinungsjahr: 01.03.2002
Gewicht: 454g
Seiten: 238
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage Revised
Sonstiges: Buch, 216x140x18 mm
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