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Phical and cultural range of the fictionThis new edition has been fully revised and expanded throughout to includeengagement with new critical work published since the first editiona global coveragevisual arts and theatrereadings of authors such as A. I decided to write my term paper on magical realism in a relatively recent novel that is not exactly magical realist so I basically have zero scholarly works to back me up How stupid of me I cry in retrospect This is one of the general introduction books I got my hands on and I found many interesting things in it that I hope will be helpful It was uite easy to read which is always a huge surprise when it comes to lit criticismtheory so that is a bonus point I also liked that the author looked at various texts from all over the world so I put some of them on my to read list However it was uite shocking to see mistakes in the text not sure if it s only in the pdf but I noticed wordspunctuation missing I think it would have needed a copy editor

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Magical Realism is the essential introduction to this often complex area and guides students through the use and origins of terms in art literature and film It differentiates the concept from other terms and genres and gives an overview of the geogra. I found this book incredibly comprehensive and approachable I almost never felt out of my depth trying to follow Bowers analysis and reporting of other theorists and critics works It didn t take long to read and the glossary can and will also serve as a helpful reference point as I now continue my research and subseuent analysis of magical realist works

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Ngela Carter Toni Morrison Salman Rushdie Gabriel Garcia Maruez and films such as Pan's Labyrintha new chapter on PostcolonialismThis comprehensive and accessible guide is the ideal starting point for students of literature film and television studie. uite a decent introduction to the genre

  • Hardcover
  • 176
  • Magical Realism
  • Maggie Ann Bowers
  • en
  • 17 August 2018
  • 9781138673755

10 thoughts on “Magical Realism

  1. says:

    This is a really helpful and approachable guide to magical realism

  2. says:

    I found this book incredibly comprehensive and approachable I almost never felt out of my depth trying to follow Bowers' analysis and reporting of other theorists' and critics' works It didn't take long to read and the glossary can and will al

  3. says:

    This is a great synthesis of the field

  4. says:

    I discuss this interesting work of literary criticism in my latest post on Harris' Tome Corner On the Edge of the Real Is it Magical Realism? As someone who finds the idea of magic or magical realism fascinating but had little formal introduction to the term this slim but dense work was an invaluable introduction

  5. says:

    Some preliminary theory before my south american jaunt

  6. says:

    I decided to write my term paper on magical realism in a relatively recent novel that is not exactly magical realist so I basically have zero scholarly works to back me up How stupid of me I cry in retrospect This is one of the general introduction books I got my hands on and I found many interesting things in it that I hope will be helpful It was uite easy to read which is always a huge surprise when it come

  7. says:

    a whirlwind tour of magical realism really good read for theoretical book and just made me add loads of books to my reading list

  8. says:

    Useful but could have used a good copyeditor

  9. says:

    uite a decent introduction to the genre

  10. says:

    Excellent

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