Hailed as the aAmerican Chekhova by the Times Literary Supplement, Raymond Carver is the most popular and influential American short-story writer since Ernest Hemingway. His works have been adapted to film and translated into more than twenty languages. Yet despite this international appeal, the critical attention to his writing has originated mostly in the US. In an attempt to expand the scope and range of Carver criticism, Not Far From Here: The Paris Symposium on Raymond Carver a based on papers delivered at the International Conference of the Raymond Carver Society at the University of Paris XII on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the authoras death a offers an engaging conversation by both emerging and established international scholars from France, Italy, Spain, Norway, Switzerland, Canada, and the US. Literary studies, biographical studies, film theory, textual editing, intertextual analysis, cultural studies, feminism, semiotics, mythology, existentialism, metafictional analysis, representationalism, symbolism, humanism, and Lacanian criticism all have some presence in this collection of essays. Not Far From Here provides readers and scholars alike with new and multinational insights into Carveras poetry and fiction.The Paris Symposium on Raymond Carver Vasiliki Fachard, Robert Miltner ... However, I shall provide some background in order to contextualize the editorial process at play on the story.3 Carver and Lish were friends since the mid-1960s, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Not Far From Here|
|Author||:||Vasiliki Fachard, Robert Miltner|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2014-03-25|