Fiction and Economy

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Susan Bruce, Valeria Wagner
Palgrave Macmillan, 15. 6. 2007 - Počet stran: 196
This volume brings together new essays on the relations between fiction and the economy by eleven academics, all established or emergent scholars from different fields of expertise. The essays range widely in their respective foci, extending beyond purely literary studies to encompass history, the history of language, studies in the visual arts, and philosophy. Including essays from leading (and in some cases multilingual) academics in Europe as well as the UK, Fiction and Economy is genuinely international, distinctive, and broad in its scope.

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Money and Words as Commodifying
24
Trafficking Words
45
The Stain of the Signature
63
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BRUCE BENNETT Lecturer in Film Studies at the Institute for Cultural Research of the University of Lancaster, UK MARGARET BRIDGES Professor in the Department of English Languages and Literatures, University of Berne, Switzerland MARK THORNTON BURNETT Professor of Renaissance Studies, Queen's University, Belfast, UK GIULIA COLAIZZI Associate Professor of Communication and Gender Studies, University of Valencia, Spain PETER DE BOLLA Reader in Cultural History and Aesthetics, University of Cambridge, UK FABIENNE L. MICHELET Teaches medieval literature at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and the University of Fribourg, Switzerland ROY SELLARS Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and Danish, University of Southern Denmark JENARO TALENS Professor of Hispanic and Comparative Literature and European Studies, University of Geneva, Switzerland RICHARD WASWO Professor Emeritus of English, University of Geneva, Switzerland

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