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Inherent Myth. Wales in Niall Griffiths's Fiction
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Studies in Literature and Culture. Volume 5

Aleksander Bednarski
ISBN:
978-83-7702-283-2
Pages: 180
Format: 220 x 205 mm
Year: 2012
Language: English


CONTENTS

FOREWORD

1 . INTRODUCTION

2. SETTING THE SCENE: GRITS
2.1 The problem of fragmentation
2.2 The grotesque as a unifying element
2.3 The grotesque as marker of theatricalisation
2.4 The characters as actors
2.5 Wales as theatrical stage
2.6 Wales as embedded space
2.7 Fictionalisation through language/of individual characters
2.8 ‘A Personal Guide to West Wales’ as a novel-within-a-novel
2.9 Relationships between narrative layers: the downwards orientation of the novel

3. REPOSSESION OF SPACE: SHEEPSHAGGER
3.1 The movement downwards - the novel's dimensional composition
3.2 Eviction from Paradise - eviction from home
3.3 Between water and earth: the evictee in his own land
3.4 Defending the territory: Ianto as a wounded animal
3.5 Theatricalisation: Ianto the puppet
3.6 Theatricalisation of setting
3.7 Y Gymraeg: an image-within-an-image
3.8 Restaging history: death and renewal

4. A THEATRE-WITHIN-A-THEATRE: KELLY+VICTOR
4.1 The carnivalised character of the fictional world
4.2 Kelly as predator
4.3 Kelly as creative agent
4.4 Kelly and Victor - the corrupt city and its victim
4.5 Kelly as puppet
4.6 The city of Liverpool as a stage
4.7 Wales as a theatre-within-a-theatre
4.8 The Welsh space as the most internalised layer of the novel

5. FACING AN INVASION: STUMP
5.1 The middle chapter as a lead-in to the main story line(s)
5.2 The amputee's narrative as neutralisation of danger
5.3 The 'Car5 narrative as an account of an invasion of the fictional space
5.4 The Morris Minor as a mini stage
5.5 Wales in Stump as a prosthesis

CODA: WRECKAGE
NOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX

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