Writing Between Cultures: A Study of Hybrid Narratives in Ethnic Literature of the United States Holly E. Martin

ISBN: 9780786466603

Published: October 19th 2011

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208 pages


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Writing Between Cultures: A Study of Hybrid Narratives in Ethnic Literature of the United States  by  Holly E. Martin

Writing Between Cultures: A Study of Hybrid Narratives in Ethnic Literature of the United States by Holly E. Martin
October 19th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 208 pages | ISBN: 9780786466603 | 7.41 Mb

Hybrid narrative forms are used frequently by authors exploring or living in multiple cultures at once as a method of reflecting multicultural lives. This timely book examines this rhetorical strategy, which permits an author to bridge cultures viaMoreHybrid narrative forms are used frequently by authors exploring or living in multiple cultures at once as a method of reflecting multicultural lives. This timely book examines this rhetorical strategy, which permits an author to bridge cultures via literary technique.

Strategies covered include multilingualism, magical realism, ironic humor, the use of mythological figures from the characters heritage cultures, and the presentation of different perspectives on landscapes and other spaces as related to ethnicity. By investigating elements of ethnic literature comparatively, this book reaches beyond the boundaries of any one ethnic group, a vital quality in todays world.



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