Bakhtin and Cultural Theory

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Ken Hirschkop, David Shepherd
Manchester University Press, 2001 - 276 sivua
An important collection of essays which treats Bakhtin as a provocative theorist whose work must be tested, explored and compared with the work of others. Contributors assess Bakhtin's contribution to difficult issues of colonialism, feminism, reception theory and theories of the body, amongst others. New articles explore the origins, previously unacknowledged, of Bakhtin's theory of language and provide a vivid account of the dramatic scandal surrounding Bakhtin's thesis on Rabelais. Contains dramatic new material, drawn from post-perestroika sources, which demythologizes the image of this important writer. A new bibliographical essay and introduction bring the English-language reader up-to-date with the progress of Bakhtin studies in Russia.
 

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Everything else depends on how this business turns
26
Bakhtin poetry truth
62
carnival hysteria and womens texts
85
Max Schelers
109
Bakhtin and the reader
136
Bakhtin the novel
155
Bakhtin and the history of the language
177
self and Other in Bakhtin Sartre and Barthes
201
Bakhtin Schopenhauer Kundera
229
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Ken Hirschkop is Senior Lecturer in English at the University of Manchester.

David Shepherd is Professor of Russian and Director of the Bakhtin Centre at the University of Sheffield.

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