6 edition of The post-utopian imagination found in the catalog.
|Statement||M. Keith Booker.|
|LC Classifications||PS374.P6 B66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||2001050100|
It is worth pondering the reasons for our move into a post-utopian world. Utopia feeds upon what German thinker Ernst Bloch called the “principle of hope,” the idea that the current situation can improve thanks to human ingenuity. It is not by chance that the concept was born at the dawn of modernity. Michael Swanwick's inimitable imagination and consummate skill are on full display in this collection, so revel in the postutopian world with its finest guides. Just check your pockets afterward. description; additional; Dust jacket illustration by Lee Moyer. About the Book: The world is grown strange.
Synopsis Since the death of Mao Zedong in , critical changes have swept all levels of Chinese society. This text, which views contemporary China from a geographer's perspective, assesses the questions inherent insuch rapid evolution. how do the Chinese manage to provide enough food for more than a billion people? The novel was first published as an English translation by Gregory Zilboorg in by E. P. Dutton in New York. The novel describes a world of harmony and conformity within a united totalitarian state. It is believed that the novel had a huge influence on the works of Orwell and Huxley, as well as on the emergence of the genre of dystopia.
aspects of post-utopian imagination: the cases of brodsky, pertrushevskaia, makanin, and p'etsukh By: Mitsuyoshi Numano Pages: – The book is divided into seven parts and each addresses a specific aspect of the domain framed by the four issues. There is no way within a short essay to do justice The Post-Utopian Imagination: American Culture in the Long s. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, pp. $
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The Post-Utopian Imagination: American Culture in the Long s Hardcover – Janu Cited by: Post-Utopian Imagination provides us with such a diagnosis, demonstrating persua sively that Utopian meanings are not immanent in the American cultural products of the 50s. Booker's critical analysis of the long 50s is consistently engaging and provocative.
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Keith Booker, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Post-Utopian Imagination: American Culture in the Long s (). This book studies how American novels and films of the long s reflect the loss of the utopian imagination and mirror the growing concern that capitalism brought routinization, alienation, and other dehumanizing consequences.
American novels and films of the long s reflect the loss of the utopian imagination and mirror the growing concern that capitalism brought routinization, alienation, and other dehumanizing consequences. The volume relates the decline of the utopian vision to the rise of late capitalism, with its expanding.
Reading Don DeLillo, Marge Piercy, Mary McCarthy, Saul Bellow, Ursula K. Le Guin, Ralph Ellison, and Lionel Trilling, among others, Schryer unravels the postwar idea of American literature as a vehicle for instruction, while highlighting both the promise and flaws inherent in this vision.
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The Post-Utopian Imagination of racial others and the masculine domination of alluring, but submissive females. Burroughs's Martian novels maintain an important place in the his- tory of American science fiction, though he is most widely remembered for his Tarzan books, or at least for the screen adaptations of those books.
What drives the US in these years, he shows, is the post-utopian imagination. It was the period of the Cold War and violent anti-Marxist actions, the period when capitalism triumphed totally.
Booker credits Frederic Jameson with much of the framework of his study, but he also makes good use of Walter Benjamin, Terry Eagleton, and Michel Foucault. The post-utopian imagination: American culture in the long s.
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Utopian Imagination and Eighteenth-Century Fiction. Christine Rees. Utopian Studies 7 (2) () Similar books and articles. The Post-Utopian Imagination: American Culture in the Long s. Keith Booker - - Utopian Studies 13 (2). By analyzing the chronotope of cyberpunk, the paper argues that the genre's articulation of time and space is inflected by the general post-utopian mood of global capitalism.
Part 1: Introduction 1. China in the Post-Utopian Age 2. China and the Geographical Imagination Part 2: Space, Society, and the State in China 3. Culture Change in Contemporary China 4. China's Political Economy and the Transition out of Socialism 5. China's Population: Resistance, Compliance, and the National Interest 6.
From futures research, pattern recognition algorithms, nuclear waste disposal and surveillance technologies, to smart weapons systems, contemporary fiction and art, this book shows that we are now living in a world imagined and engineered during the Cold War.
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China in the Post-Utopian Age is an interdisciplinary book about China in the post-utopian age, focusing on the transformations that have occurred during the leaderships of Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin throughout the s and s.
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Bookerâ s The Post-Utopian Imagination likewise ï¬ nds much to condemn in the U.S. culture of the s, asserting that it was driven by a â â bad utopianismâ â that â â grabs instantly for a Journal.
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