The Blind Short Story

Royle, Prof Nicholas, ed. (2006) The Blind Short Story. Oxford Literary Review, 26 (26). The Oxford Literary Review.

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Abstract

This is a specially-commisioned volume of essays on the topic of blindness and the short story, edited by Timothy Clark and Nicholas Royle, drawing on work from an international range of scholars. The volume seeks to intervene in current debates on the nature of the short story in theory and practice, providing a new critical and creative perspective through its attention to figures of blindness in both writing and reading. Besides co-editing the volume and co-authoring the editorial, Royle also contributes an essay, entitled 'Spooking Forms'. The final, supplementary essay in the collection, Cixous' 'The Unforeseeable', was first delivered as a lecture as part of the on-going Inventive English project at the University of Sussex, in June 2004.

Item Type: Edited Book
Additional Information: This is a specially-commisioned volume of essays on the topic of blindness and the short story, edited by Timothy Clark and Nicholas Royle, drawing on work from an international range of scholars. The volume seeks to intervene in current debates on the nature of the short story in theory and practice, providing a new critical and creative perspective through its attention to figures of blindness in both writing and reading. Besides co-editing the volume and co-authoring the editorial, Royle also contributes an essay, entitled 'Spooking Forms'. The final, supplementary essay in the collection, Cixous' 'The Unforeseeable', was first delivered as a lecture as part of the on-going Inventive English project at the University of Sussex, in June 2004.
Schools and Departments: School of English > English
Depositing User: Nicholas Royle
Date Deposited: 06 Feb 2012 18:34
Last Modified: 06 Feb 2012 21:35
URI: http://sro.sussex.ac.uk/id/eprint/17207
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