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by David Kennedy

  • ISBN: 0415367778
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: David Kennedy
  • Subcategory: Poetry
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (October 4, 2007)
  • Pages: 176 pages
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Grief and mourning are generally considered to be private, yet universal instincts. But in a media age of televised funerals and visible bereavement, elegies are increasingly significant and open to public scrutiny

Grief and mourning are generally considered to be private, yet universal instincts. But in a media age of televised funerals and visible bereavement, elegies are increasingly significant and open to public scrutiny. Providing an overview of the history of the term and the different ways in which it is used, David Kennedy: outlines the origins of elegy, and the characteristics of the genre. examines the psychology and cultural background underlying works of mourning.

considers the elegy in the light of writing by theorists such as Jacques Derrida and Catherine Waldby; and, looks at the elegy in contemporary writing, and particularly at how it has emerged and been adapted as a response to terrorist attacks such as 9/11. Emphasising and explaining the significance of elegy today, this illuminating guide to an emotive literary genre will be of interest to students of literature, media and culture.

The New Critical Idiom is an invaluable series of introductory guides designed to meet the needs of today's students grappling with the complexities of modern critical terminology. Each book in the series provides

The New Critical Idiom is an invaluable series of introductory guides designed to meet the needs of today's students grappling with the complexities of modern critical terminology. Each book in the series provides: A clear, explanatory guide to the use (and abuse) of the term.

Grief and mourning are generally considered to be private, yet universal instincts.

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The New Critical Idiom is a series of introductory books which seeks to extend the lexicon of literary terms . The book includes sonnets, terza rima, blank and free verse and typifies elegy’s remarkable hospitality to different styles and modes.

The book includes sonnets, terza rima, blank and free verse and typifies elegy’s remarkable hospitality to different styles and modes.

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Grief and mourning are generally considered to be private, yet universal instincts. But in a media age of televised funerals and visible bereavement, elegies are increasingly significant and open to public scrutiny. Providing an overview of the history of the term and the different ways in which it is used, David Kennedy:

outlines the origins of elegy, and the characteristics of the genre examines the psychology and cultural background underlying works of mourning explores how the modern elegy has evolved, and how it differs from ‘canonical elegy’, also looking at female elegists and feminist readings considers the elegy in the light of writing by theorists such as Jacques Derrida and Catherine Waldby looks at the elegy in contemporary writing, and particularly at how it has emerged and been adapted as a response to terrorist attacks such as 9/11.

Emphasising and explaining the significance of elegy today, this illuminating guide to an emotive literary genre will be of interest to students of literature, media and culture.



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