Geoffrey Hartman: romanticism after the Holocaust

Geoffrey Hartman: Romanticism after the Holocaust offers the first comprehensive critical account of the work of the American literary critic Geoffrey Hartman. The book aims to achieve two things: first, it charts the whole trajectory of Hartman's career (now more than half a century long) whil...

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Contributors: Vermeulen, Pieter (Other)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: London New York Continuum International Pub. Group (c)2010
In:Year: 2010
Reviews:Geoffrey Hartman: Romanticism after the Holocaust. By Pieter Vermeulen (2011) (Soultouki, Maria)
Further subjects:B Hartman, Geoffrey H Hartman, Geoffrey H. 1900-1999
B Hartman, Geoffrey H
B Romanticism History 20th century
B Literature
B Criticism History 20th century
B Criticism
B 20th Century
B History
B Literature - General
B Electronic books History
B LITERARY CRITICISM ; Semiotics & Theory
B Romanticism
B Romanticism History 20th century
B Languages & Literatures
B Criticism History 20th century
B Electronic books
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Summary:Geoffrey Hartman: Romanticism after the Holocaust offers the first comprehensive critical account of the work of the American literary critic Geoffrey Hartman. The book aims to achieve two things: first, it charts the whole trajectory of Hartman's career (now more than half a century long) while playing close attention to the place of his career in broader cultural and intellectual contexts; second, it engages with contemporary discussions about ecology, ethics, trauma, the media, and community in order to argue that Hartman's work presents a surprisingly consistent and original position in cu
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index. - Print version record
ISBN:1441166041