Estranging the Novel: Poland, Ireland, and Theories of World Literature
By modeling such a heterogeneous account of the novel form, Estranging the Novel paves the way for a bracing and diverse understanding of the makeup of contemporary world literature and the many texts it encompasses-and a new perspective on the British novel as well.
Katarzyna Bartoszynska (Ithaca College)
- Johns Hopkins University Press
- 200 pages
- United States
- Literary theory