Love, Power And Meaning

Paperback | October 15, 2000

byMyles Holloway, Deirdre Byrne, Michael Titlestad

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In a lively and engaging debate, Love, Power and Meaning outlines and challenges different critical approaches to reading and writing. Looking at a range of texts, including poems, artworks, advertising, political speeches and a one-act play, it explores representations of love and desire, andthe complex relationship between power,language, and politics. Thought-provoking questions increase self-awareness, and sharpen critical skills. Insightful asides on history, context and writers' lives enrich the learning process. Creative writing exercises and activities engage readers with thepractical side of cultural study: Write your own political speech, plan an ad campaign and write a review of a South African novel. Valuable tips, such as how to deal with gender in language, help readers with their academic writing. Love, Power and Meaning's bold and fascinating approach brings language and literature to life. Designed to suit both distance education courses and face-to-face teachi ng programmes, this book is an essential introduction to cultural and creative expression.

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In a lively and engaging debate, Love, Power and Meaning outlines and challenges different critical approaches to reading and writing. Looking at a range of texts, including poems, artworks, advertising, political speeches and a one-act play, it explores representations of love and desire, andthe complex relationship between power,lang...

M. Holloway, D. Byrne, M. Titlestad

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:9.49 × 6.67 × 0.81 inPublished:October 15, 2000Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195719085

ISBN - 13:9780195719086

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PART 1: CRITICAL CONDITIONS, 1. Interpretation, 2. Evaluation,PART 2: LOVE, SEX, BODY, 3. Bodies that sell, 4. Love, sex and poetry,PART THREEPOWER: 5. Politics, language and society, 6. The politics of reading (and) writing