Faultlines: Cultural Materialism and the Politics of Dissident Reading
Clarendon Press, 1992 - 365 pages
If we come to consciousness within a language that is complicit with the social order, how can we conceive, let alone organize, resistance? This key question in the politics of reading and subcultural practice informs Alan Sinfield's book on writing in early-modern England.
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Table des matières
two Cultural Materialism Othello and the
three When Is a Character Not a Character?
An Outline Theory
History Ideology and
six History and Ideology Masculinity and
Questions of Subjectivity
eight Sidneys Defence and the CollectiveFarm
ten Cultural Imperialism and the Primal Scene
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