Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity

Inhaltsverzeichnis


  • Acknowledgments

  • Introduction: Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity

    • Critical Problem Solving: Modernism and Popular Culture

    • The Field of Modernism and the Culture of Celebrity

    • Considering Celebrity

    • Why Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity


  • 1. Oscar Wilde, Fashioning Fame

    • Copying Oneself

    • Judging By Appearances in Dorian Gray

    • The Tragic Commodity

    • Deep Thoughts: Embodying the Subject in De Profundis


  • 2. James Joyce and Modernist Exceptionalism

    • Styling the Author

    • "Peeping and prying into greenroom gossip of the day"

    • "Famous Son of a Famous Father": Author, Character, Holy Ghost

    • The Dream of Immateriality

    • E.T.: The Extra-Textual

    • The Ghost of the Author


  • 3. Gertrude Stein, Everybody's Celebrity

    • Elite By Association

    • Unstable Values

    • The Trademark of Time

    • Name of Constant Value

    • A Democracy of One


  • 4. Charlie Chaplin, Author of Modernist Celebrity

    • Happy Endings

    • An Author Is Born

    • Sign of the Times

    • The Object of Celebrity


  • 5. Rhys, the Obscure: The Literature of Celebrity at the Margins

    • That Obscure Abject of Desire

    • Bildung in the Dark

    • The Hidden Rhys

    • Wide Sargasso City

    • Posthuman Beings

    • Celebrity on the Margins


  • Epilogue. "Everybody who was anybody was there": After Modernism, After Celebrity, John Dos Passos

    • The Camera, I

    • The In Crowd

    • Stein and They, Hemingway

    • U.S.A. and Hem


  • Notes

  • Bibliography

  • Index


Literary Modernism

Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity

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01.04.2011

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University of Texas Press

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218

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Taschenbuch

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01.04.2011

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University of Texas Press

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218

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22,9/15,2/1,3 cm

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361 g

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Englisch

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978-0-292-74404-2

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  • Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity

    • Acknowledgments

    • Introduction: Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity

      • Critical Problem Solving: Modernism and Popular Culture

      • The Field of Modernism and the Culture of Celebrity

      • Considering Celebrity

      • Why Modernism Is the Literature of Celebrity


    • 1. Oscar Wilde, Fashioning Fame

      • Copying Oneself

      • Judging By Appearances in Dorian Gray

      • The Tragic Commodity

      • Deep Thoughts: Embodying the Subject in De Profundis


    • 2. James Joyce and Modernist Exceptionalism

      • Styling the Author

      • "Peeping and prying into greenroom gossip of the day"

      • "Famous Son of a Famous Father": Author, Character, Holy Ghost

      • The Dream of Immateriality

      • E.T.: The Extra-Textual

      • The Ghost of the Author


    • 3. Gertrude Stein, Everybody's Celebrity

      • Elite By Association

      • Unstable Values

      • The Trademark of Time

      • Name of Constant Value

      • A Democracy of One


    • 4. Charlie Chaplin, Author of Modernist Celebrity

      • Happy Endings

      • An Author Is Born

      • Sign of the Times

      • The Object of Celebrity


    • 5. Rhys, the Obscure: The Literature of Celebrity at the Margins

      • That Obscure Abject of Desire

      • Bildung in the Dark

      • The Hidden Rhys

      • Wide Sargasso City

      • Posthuman Beings

      • Celebrity on the Margins


    • Epilogue. "Everybody who was anybody was there": After Modernism, After Celebrity, John Dos Passos

      • The Camera, I

      • The In Crowd

      • Stein and They, Hemingway

      • U.S.A. and Hem


    • Notes

    • Bibliography

    • Index