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Mapping Home in Contemporary Narratives : Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies - Aleksandra Bida

Mapping Home in Contemporary Narratives

Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies

Paperback Available: 16th October 2019
ISBN: 9783030074289
Number Of Pages: 256

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By offering an analysis of the idea of home across the individual, interpersonal, social, and global scales, Mapping Home aims to show the extent to which self-concept is deeply tied to constructions of home in a globally mobile age. The epistemological link between dwelling as "knowing oneself" and the experience of welcome as key to being able to map "one's place(s) in the world" are examined through Martin Heidegger's concept of dwelling, Zygmunt Bauman's notion of liquid modernity, Jacques Derrida's exploration of hostile hospitality, and Kwame Anthony Appiah's sense of cosmopolitanism as border-crossing conversation. To further explore these ideas, the book draws on multimodal literature and films that span genres, including gothic horror, fantasy and science fiction, thoughtful comedies, and politically nuanced tragedies. The quality that deeply links the texts is their ability to illuminate the stabilities and mobilities through which home not only mediates but also integrates an individual's diverse experiences of belonging in different locations as well as on different geocultural scales--from the intimate "household" to the more abstract "hometown" or "homeland" and beyond.

ISBN: 9783030074289
ISBN-10: 3030074285
Series: Geocriticism and Spatial Literary Studies
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Available: 16th October 2019
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Dimensions (cm): 21.01 x 14.81  x 1.37
Weight (kg): 0.31

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