4 edition of Textermination found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PR6003.R412 T48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||182 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||182|
|LC Control Number||91014889|
Fiction. THE HOUSE OF WRITERS is a playful novel set in , when the publishing industry has collapsed, literature has become a micro-niche interest, and Scotland itself has become an enormous call center. Those writers who remain reside in a dilapidated towerblock, where they churn out hack works tailored to please their small audiences. The . books, essays, and poems, as well as extensive correspondence from (), and Textermination (), form a loose "computer quartet" reflecting on the demise of humanism. Amalgamemnon, written entirely in future and conditional tenses, Reviews by Christine Brooke-Rose and Reviews of Works by Christine Brooke-Rose. Xorandor by Christine Brooke-Rose Review by S. D. Stewart Jipnzab are precocious preteen twins living in Cornwall, England. Zab is short for Isabel and Jip is short for John Ivor Paul. They largely think in terms of computer programming logic, with some intermittent squabbling over the relevance of emotion, and they carry around their Poccom.
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This very clever book was written in but I think the author could see e-readers in her dreams. Addendum: Textermination is a good guide to interpreting the celebrated work which appeared on goodreads earlier this year, The Queue for the Bus or: A Whale of a Tail more Only God interprets/5.
In her latest novel, Textermination, the eminent British novelist/critic Christine Brooke-Rose pulls a wide array of characters out of the great works of literature and drops them into the middle of the San Francisco Hilton.5/5(1).
A paperback edition of a novel of novels which takes place at a conference in the San Francisco Hilton, where characters from great works of literature convene and pray for survival in the mind of readers: Ahab, Odysseus, Huckleberry Finn, and characters from 'The Satanic Verses', among others.
From the author of AMALGAMEMNON and VERBIVORE.5/5(1). Textermination: A Novel by Christine Brooke-Rose,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
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In adopting all these characters from other novels, Brooke-Rose deliberately draws attention to herself as a reader as well as a writer. A gap of Textermination book a decade followed before the appearance of Amalgamemnon (), the first book of what has sometimes been referred as the "Intercom Quartet".
The following three novels, Xorandor. Christine Brooke-Rose's savagely comic novel-of-novels "Textermination" takes place at a conference not of academics but of characters out of great works of literature.
They convene at the San Francisco Hilton to seminar and pray - pray for their continued survival in readers' : Christine Brooke-Rose. British novelist and critic Brooke-Rose (Xorander) might better have called this inventive book Six Characters in Search of a Reader. The setting is a literary conference, where academics have gathered to hear papers and debate about which works merit inclusion in the world's canon of : Christine Brooke-Rose.
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Emma Bovary, Emma Woodhouse, Captain Ahab, Odysseus, Huck Finn… all are gathered to meet, to discuss. Print book: Fiction: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: A paperback edition of a novel of novels which takes place at a conference in the San Francisco Hilton, where characters from great works of literature convene and pray for survival in the mind of readers: Ahab, Odysseus, Huckleberry Finn, and characters from 'The Satanic Verses', among others.
Textermination is a caustically funny novel, too; in may respects it can feel all doom and gloom, but Brooke-Rose is having too much fun with it for it to actually feel depressing -- and her enjoyment in what she's doing suggests a future for literature, too.
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They convene at the San Francisco Hilton to seminar and pray - pray for their continued survival in readers' minds. More broadly, Textermination explores what Brooke-Rose has elsewhere called the ‘representation crisis’ – the difficulty of adequate aesthetic and political representation and the effacement of the distinction between truth and semblance.
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Christine Brooke-Rose, a English experimental writer known for wielding words with the ardor of a philologist, the fingers of a prestidigitator and the appetite of a lexivore, resulting in novels. Textermination () is a discourse on textuality, in which a large number of characters from famous novels come together in a campaign to transcend their "texts" and become "real".
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All along, Beloved's existence in the book has fostered a bunch of questions: whether she's Sethe's dead baby girl; whether she's evil; whether she still lives on at the end. Morrison now takes all those "whethers" out and replaces it with "just .Christine Brooke-Rose was born in Geneva, Switzerland to an English father and Swiss-American mother.
Her first language was French, but the family also spoke English and German. Her parents separated in and she moved with her mother to Brussels, and then to the UK.London's best independent bookshop. From the publisher: A woman about to lose her job as a professor of literature and history delivers a passionate, witty, and word-mad monologue in this inventive novel, which was called “brilliant” (The Listener), “dazzling” (The Guardian), “elegant, rueful and witty” (The Observer) upon its original publication in England in