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This difficulty, it suggests, accounts for some of the theoretical dilemmas represented in the books under discussion, despite their many strengths. If there remained any doubts about the status of 'space' as a key term in literary studies, they were put to bed in with the appearance of Robert T. The New Critical Idiom is aimed not only at scholars and postgraduate students, but also at undergraduates who are just embarking upon their studies, and among the series can be found introductions to some of the most important concepts in the discipline such as Literature Widdowson , Realism Morris , Mimesis Potolsky and Metaphor Punter Yet it should not be surprising that a book on space should have appeared in a series that seeks to explicate the very fundamentals of literary studies as it is practised at the beginning of the twenty-first century.

For all that the most significant works of literary modernism demonstrated a preoccupation with time, history and myth, one of the ways in which they departed from cultural products of the nineteenth century was in their conspicuous tendency towards acts of literary cartography; indeed, according to some critical accounts, it is precisely through space that the modernist preoccupation with time is articulated Connor This awareness of the explanatory potential of space subsequently developed into an increasingly abstract understanding of the mechanics of mimesis over the course of the post-war period - one that frequently turned texts into maps in order to understand their internal dynamics more fully - and gradually a critical consensus emerged which held that, despite the obvious importance of temporality to narrative fiction, the latter must also be predicated on the production and reproduction of a particular sort of space.

As Tally points out, '[l]ike the mapmaker, the writer must survey territory, determining which features of a given landscape to include, to emphasize, or to diminish' Tally Literary studies after the spatial turn. Author: Alexander Beaumont. Gatti, Tom. Eugenides, Jeffrey. Zwart, Jane.

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