Istanbul 1940 And Global Modernity: The World According To Auerbach, Tanpinar, And Edib

deE. Khayyat

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11 décembre 2018|
Istanbul 1940 And Global Modernity: The World According To Auerbach, Tanpinar, And Edib de E. Khayyat
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Istanbul 1940 and Global Modernity: The World According to Auerbach, Tanpinar, and Edib engages Erich Auerbach''s Istanbul career and his pioneering works of comparative literature in a new light. It interprets Auerbach''s works against the background of his Turkish colleagues'' analogous works that, like Auerbach''s masterpieces, were drafted at Istanbul University in the 1940s. Unlike Auerbach''s writings, which center around Western literary cultures and Christianity, these Turkish writings trace non-Western, largely Islamicate cultural histories. The critic, novelist, and poet Ahmet Hamdi Tanpinar (1901-1962) and his illustrious senior, the Muslim feminist, humanist, and novelist Halide Edib (1884-1964) focused on Middle Eastern and South Asian cultural trajectories. In addition to offering groundbreaking insights into their respective cultural legacies, Auerbach, Tanpinar, and Edib elaborated extensively on the intercrossing that is their meeting place, the chiasmic space of modern literature. Interpreting their writings as the work of a collective, Istanbul 1940 and Global Modernity examines the new paths these critics opened for theorizing literary modernity, world literature, and the comparative study of literature and religion.
E. Khayyat is assistant professor of comparative literature and Middle Eastern languages and literatures at Rutgers University.
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Titre :Istanbul 1940 And Global Modernity: The World According To Auerbach, Tanpinar, And EdibFormat :Couverture rigideDimensions de l'article :296 pages, 9.11 X 6.37 X 1.06 poDimensions à l'expédition :296 pages, 9.11 X 6.37 X 1.06 poPublié le :11 décembre 2018Publié par :Lexington BooksLangue :anglais

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ISBN - 13 :9781498585835

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