Critical Perspectives on Pat Barker

Jolly, Dr Margaretta, Monteith, S, Paul, R and Yousaf, N, eds. (2005) Critical Perspectives on Pat Barker. University of South Carolina Press. ISBN 9781570035708

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Abstract

Introduction: Nahem Yousaf and Sharon Monteith Reading Pat Barker Part One: Writing Working-Class Women John Brannigan The Small World of Kelly Brown: Home and Dereliction in Union Street Ann Ardis Political Attentiveness vs. Political Correctness: Teaching Pat Barker's Blow Your House Down Sarah Brophy Working-Class Women, Labor, and the Problem of Community in Union Street and Liza's England Sarah Daniels Blow Your House Down Part Two: Dialogue under Pressure Carina Bartleet Bringing the House Down: Pat Barker, Sarah Daniels, and the Dramatic Dialogue Jenny Newman Souls and Arseholes: The Double Vision of Liza's England Sharon Monteith Screening The Man Who Wasn't There: The Second World War and 1950s Cinema Pat Wheeler Transgressing Masculinities: The Man Who Wasn't There Part Three: Men at War Ronald Paul In Pastoral Fields: The Regeneration Trilogy and Classic First World War Fiction Karin E. Westman Generation Not Regeneration: Screening out Class, Gender, and Cultural Change in the Film of Regeneration Sheryl Stevenson With the Listener in Mind: Talking about the Regeneration Trilogy with Pat Barker Part Four: The Talking Cure Dennis Brown The Regeneration Trilogy: Total War, Masculinities, Anthropologies, and the Talking Cure Anne Whitehead Open to Suggestion: Hypnosis and History in the Regeneration Trilogy Sheryl Stevenson The Uncanny Case of Dr. Rivers and Mr. Prior: Dynamics of Transference in The Eye in the Door Part Five: Regenerating the Wasteland Margaretta Jolly Toward a Masculine Maternal: Pat Barker's Bodily Fictions Anita Biressi and Heather Nunn In the Shadow of Monstrosities: Memory, Violence, and Childhood in Another World Eluned Summers-Bremner Family at War: Memory, Sibling Rivalry, and the Nation in Border Crossing and Another World Sharon Monteith and Nahem Yousaf Double Vision: Regenerative or Traumatized Pastoral? Contributors Index

Item Type: Edited Book
Schools and Departments: School of Business, Management and Economics > Centre for Community Engagement
Depositing User: Margaretta Jolly
Date Deposited: 06 Feb 2012 18:30
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2012 21:34
URI: http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/16836
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