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e-Book The Other Self: Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches) download

e-Book The Other Self: Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction (Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches) download

by Dimitris Tziovas

ISBN: 0739106252
ISBN13: 978-0739106259
Language: English
Publisher: Lexington Books (August 2003)
Pages: 208
Category: Humanities
Subategory: Other

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Author Dimitris Tziovas focuses on the issues of identity, autobiography, and social determinism raised in these texts, providing a fresh.

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Reception of Greek Antiquity. Greek Diaspora and Anglo-Greek relations. The Other Self: Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books 2003

Reception of Greek Antiquity. Comparative studies in the areas of history, literature, translation and film with reference to Greece. The Other Self: Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books 2003.

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The Modern Greek Studies Association (MGSA) is a scholarly organization for modern Greek studies in North America. It was founded in 1968. The MGSA sponsors the Journal of Modern Greek Studies (1983-, ISSN 0738-1727, e-. ISSN 1086-3265), the only scholarly periodical to focus exclusively on modern Greece

Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction. Any contemporary approach to the construction of the self must be able to deal with the prevailing context of ‘the entropy of the social’ and its impact on the self

Selfhood and Society in Modern Greek Fiction. Any contemporary approach to the construction of the self must be able to deal with the prevailing context of ‘the entropy of the social’ and its impact on the self. This paper: (1) examines the rise of ‘entropic’ views of sociality and destabilised selfhood and discusses the central difficulty traditional frameworks, based on two broad paradigms of understanding selfhood, have for indexing the stability of the self as a register of social change. As it stands, current approaches leave us in a state of undecideability.

The Other Self is the first English-language, book-length literary analysis of some of the most celebrated Greek novels of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. A must read for anyone interested in Greek literature and culture, it offers both a solid introduction to modern Greek literature and close reading of individual texts. Author Dimitris Tziovas focuses on the issues of identity, autobiography, and social determinism raised in these texts, providing a fresh perspective and suggesting new ways of exploring forms of engagement between self and society. Greek narratives of self, Tziovas suggests, are not naked and transparent presentations of existence, but articulations of the relationship between the individual and the social world; they are negotiations of the past through the otherness of the present. A compelling demonstration of the richness and complexity of modern Greek fiction, The Other Self provides exciting and challenging interpretations of Greek literature and Greek society.
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