The Edinburgh Companion to James Kelman

The Edinburgh Companion to James Kelman

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James Kelman is one of the most important Scottish writers now living. His fiction is widely acclaimed, and widely caricatured. His art declares war on stereotypes, but is saddled with plenty of its own. This book attempts to disentangle Kelman's writing from his reputation, clarifying his literary influences and illuminating his political commitments. It is the first book to cover the full range and depth of Kelman's work, explaining his position within genres such as the short story and the polemical essay, and tracing his interest in anti-colonial politics and existential thought. Essays by.
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh :2010
ISBN: 9780748639649
0748639640
9780748639632
0748639632
9780748642885
0748642889
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (ix, 164 pages)
Additional Contributors: Hames, Scott
Alternative Title: James Kelman

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