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The Greek Idea

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Zusatztext Nur widerwillig heiratet die schöne Lady Leonie ihren dubiosen NachbarnRolfe d'Ambert! mit dem es immer wieder zu Streitigkeiten kommt. Doch dannverlieben sich die Eheleute ineinander. Aber Haß! Intrigen und Mißverständnissetrennen sie immer wieder.! Als sie ans den königlichen Hof befohlen werden!droht ihre Liebe endgültig zu zerreißen. Üble Verleumdungen und hinterhältigeAnschläge stürzen Lady Leonie in tiefe Verzweiflung. Doch aus der schlimmstenBedrängnis erwächst ihre Liebe mit neuer Kraft. Informationen zum Autor Maria Koundoura completed her PhD at Stanford University and is currently an Associate Professor in the department of Writing! Literature and Publishing at Emerson College Klappentext How do those living in diaspora form their own national and transnational identity? This work offers a critical paradigm from which to explore these identities. It addresses and analyses the cultural material that produced Greece's representation as both Europe's origin and 'other'. Zusammenfassung How do those living in diaspora form their own national and transnational identity? This work offers a critical paradigm from which to explore these identities. It addresses and analyses the cultural material that produced Greece's representation as both Europe's origin and 'other'.

Auteur

Maria Koundoura completed her PhD at Stanford University and is currently an Associate Professor in the department of Writing, Literature and Publishing at Emerson College

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How do those living in diaspora form their own national and transnational identity? "The Greek Idea" offers a new critical paradigm from which to explore these identities. Drawing upon postcolonial theory, Maria Koundoura addresses and analyses the cultural material that produced Greece's representation as both Europe's origin and 'other'. The long association of Greece and English Literature began with English travellers' 'discovery' of Greece in the late-eighteenth century and the reinforcement of the myth which placed Greece as the location of Western culture. However Greece now finds itself on the boundary of a Europe which had originally placed it at the centre. Koundoura maps what this dual representation signifies for Greeks, both national and diasporic. In doing so, she touches on England, Greece, the United States, Australia and twentieth century diaspora cultures. For scholars of postcolonial, English, European, Balkan, Modern Greek, and Diaspora studies this fascinating contribution to the growing area of transnational culture studies opens up the critical discourse in their field.

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Titre: The Greek Idea
Sous-titre: The Formation of National and Transnational Identities
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Code EAN: 9781845114879
ISBN: 978-1-84511-487-9
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Genre: Sociologie
nombre de pages: 240
Poids: 386g
Taille: H216mm x B134mm
Année: 2007