The space of the screen in contemporary French and francophone fiction

by Donna Wilkerson-Barker | 06 February 2003
Hardback
Category: Films Cinema & DVD
Addressing questions regarding the future of books in the electronic age and the notion of literacy within televisual culture, The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction appeals widely to readers interested in the transformations literature has undergone in visual culture. Advancing the compelling argument that literary space functions as a space of critical reflection on and within image culture, Donna Wilkerson-Barker explores the centrality of media spectatorship in the novels of Genet, Guibert, and Bouraoui. The result is a new understanding of the dynamic intersections between bookspace and cyberspace within the developing landscape of postmodern literacy.
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Addressing questions regarding the future of books in the electronic age and the notion of literacy within televisual culture, The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction appeals widely to readers interested in the transformations literature has undergone in visual culture. Advancing the compelling argument that literary space functions as a space of critical reflection on and within image culture, Donna Wilkerson-Barker explores the centrality of media spectatorship in the novels of Genet, Guibert, and Bouraoui. The result is a new understanding of the dynamic intersections between bookspace and cyberspace within the developing landscape of postmodern literacy.
Currently out of stock
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155 Reward Points

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€51.80
Currently out of stock
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
155 Reward Points

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Addressing questions regarding the future of books in the electronic age and the notion of literacy within televisual culture, The Space of the Screen in Contemporary French and Francophone Fiction appeals widely to readers interested in the transformations literature has undergone in visual culture. Advancing the compelling argument that literary space functions as a space of critical reflection on and within image culture, Donna Wilkerson-Barker explores the centrality of media spectatorship in the novels of Genet, Guibert, and Bouraoui. The result is a new understanding of the dynamic intersections between bookspace and cyberspace within the developing landscape of postmodern literacy.

Product Details

The space of the screen in contemporary French and francophone fiction

ISBN9780820458311

FormatHardback

Publisher (06 February. 2003)

No. of Pages177

Weight390

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160