4 edition of Fiction, function, figuration found in the catalog.
Catalog of the exhibition held at Everson Museum of Art, May 21-Aug. 29, 1993 and at the Newark Museum, Oct. 13, 1993-Jan. 3, 1994.
|Statement||[edited by Linda M. Herbert].|
|Contributions||Herbert, Linda M., Everson Museum of Art., Newark Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK4008 .A14 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||86 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
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This chapter analyses the unconventional theories, and examines Edward Said's principle of the Other and theory of centre and periphery as it extends beyond the notion of orientalism and into the zone of human exploration as discussed in science fiction.
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A term that relates to meiosis is litotes. This example is more closely related to the term of litotes then it is to meiosis. This example can be found in J.D. Salinger’s novel The Catcher in the Rye. This novel is a coming of age tale of a kid in New York City who is growing up and telling of his trials and tribulations along the way.
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