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REF 809 C
v. ; 27 cm.
Pub Date
CLC 1- 1973-
One issue each year called: Contemporary literary criticism yearbook, 1984-
Editor: 1973- C. Riley.
Also available via the World Wide Web as a database.
An index, cumulative for the entire run of the serial, published annually.
Vols. for 1988- include title index cumulative from v. 1.
Alt Author
Riley, Carolyn.
Contemporary literary criticism yearbook.
Call #
GN 303.49 E
271 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (page 269).
Welcome to Tomorrowville : how smart should a city really be? / Ben Passmore -- Portrait of the artist as an algorithm : can a computer make art / Julia Gfrörer -- Piraceuticals : what if you had to turn to pirates for medicine? / John Jennings -- Animal magnetism : how many rights do animals deserve? / Sophia Foster-Dimino -- Don't lie to me : do we really want to know when everybody is lying? / Box Brown -- Moon court : how do you solve a crime in space? / Maki Naro -- Unreel : what if fake news wins? / Chris Jones and Zach Weinersmith -- Ghostbot : if you could live as a robot, would you? / Kate Sheridan -- Bye-bye binary : what if gender was more like hair color? / Ziyed Y. Ayoub and Blue Deliquanti -- Under the sea : can we live in and on the ocean? / Amelia Onorator -- Never lay me down to sleep : what happens when we conquer rest? / Matt Lubchansky -- Popnonymous : will our future pop icons be avatars? / Sophie Goldstein.
"In this innovative collection of comics and essays, Rose Eveleth poses provocative questions about our future, which are brought to life in twelve b rand-new comics, each by a different acclaimed artist. Eveleth then reports on what is complete fantasy and what is only just out of reach. Introducing compelling visions of our potential to progress or wreak destruction, [this book] reveals how complicated, incredible, frightening, and curious our future might be."--Back cover.
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Goldstein, Sophie.
Lubchansky, Matt.
9781419745478 (hardcover)
1419745476 (hardcover)
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Narrator: Bahni Turpin.
The Nobel Prize-winning author now gives us a learned, stylish, and immensely persuasive work of literary criticism that promises to change the way we read American literature even as it opens a new chapter in the American dialogue on race. Toni Morrison's brilliant discussions of the "Africanist" presence in the fiction of Poe, Melville, Cather, and Hemingway leads to a dramatic reappraisal of the essential characteristics of our literary tradition. She shows how much the themes of freedom and individualism, manhood and innocence, depended on the existence of a black population that was manifestly unfree —and that came to serve white authors as embodiments of their own fears and desires. Written with the artistic vision that has earned Toni Morrison a pre-eminent place in modern letters, Playing in the Dark will be avidly read by Morrison admirers as well as by students, critics, and scholars of American literature. "By going for the American literary jugular...she places her the very heart of contemporary public conversation about what it is to be authentically and originally American. [She] boldly...reimagines and remaps the possibility of America." —Chicago Tribune "Toni Morrison is the closest thing the country has to a national writer." The New York Times Book Review
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Turpin, Bahni.
9780593216675 (sound recording)
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