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Tew, Philip

Re-reading B. S. Johnson

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Re-reading B. S. Johnson
Glyn White, Philip Tew

2. Chronology: Concerning Bryan Stanley Johnson
Philip Tew

Section One. Re-reading the Novels

3. The (W)hole Affect: Creative Reading and Typographic Immersion in Albert Angelo

David James

4. Pentonville Modernism: Fate and Resentment in Albert Angelo

Robert Bond

5. The Unfortunates: Hypertext, Linearity and the Act of Reading
Kaye Mitchell

6. ‘From Embryo to Embryan’: See the Old Lady Decently—A Problematic Birth?
Richard Leigh Harris

7. ‘The Mind Has Fuses’: Detonating B. S. Johnson
Carol Watts

Section Two. Re-reading the Author

8. In the Net: B. S. Johnson, the Biography and Trawl

Rod Mengham

9. Strange Intercessions: Contraventions of the Muse in the Writings of B. S. Johnson
Gerard Barrett

10. Institutional Negotiations: B. S. Johnson and the BBC (1959-73)
Valerie Butler

11. B. S. Johnson’s ‘Introduction’ to Aren’t You Rather Young to be Writing Your Memoirs?: The Memoir between Life and Literature
Jared McGeough

12. ‘An Evacuee for ever’: B. S. Johnson versus Ego Psychology
Nick Hubble

Section Three. Re-reading: New Perspectives

13. Exemplary B. S.: B. S. Johnson and the Toronto Research Group
Bradley Buchanan

14. B. S. Johnson’s Albert Angelo and the Consequences of London
Lawrence Phillips

15. ‘He Would be Working at the Welsh Books’: B. S. Johnson and the Two Literatures of Wales
Nicholas Jones

16. Otherness, Post-Coloniality and Pedagogy in B. S. Johnson’s Albert Angelo (1964) and See the Old Lady Decently (1975)
Philip Tew

17. Annotated Bibliography of Johnson Studies
Glyn White

Keywords: Literature, Fiction, English, Twentieth-Century Literature, British and Irish Literature

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
264 pages
Category
Litterary Studies
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230286122
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-35736-9

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