Postmodern Character along the Möbius Strip: Ed Thomas's Stone City Blue

International Modernism and Postmodernism Studies Conference


Postmodernist Hotel-Casino Complexes In Northern Cyprus
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Recent developments in tourism strongly affect related architecture in Turkish-Cypriot northern Cyprus. Increased investments are made in hotel-casino complexes since gambling was forbidden in Turkey in 1998, and the investements were directed to Cyprus. With the boom of the construction-sector in the northern part of the divided island which started after the reunion plan of UN-General Secretary Kofi Annan in 2003, the number of hotel-casinos increased. The implementation of concept hotels at Vokoli...
Postmodernist historical novels: Jeanette Winterson’s and Salman Rushdie’s novels as historiographic metafictions
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The aim of this dissertation is to study postmodern historical novels, which are labeled “historiographic metafictions” (Hutcheon 1989: 92), in terms of their allowing for different voices and alternative, plural histories by subverting the historical documents and events that they refer to. The study analyzes texts from feminist and postcolonial literature, Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion and Sexing the Cherry, and Salman Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children and Shame as examples in which the transgression of bo...
Post industrial society:illusion or reality.
Çakmur, Barış; Kaya, Raşit; Department of Public Administration (1993)
Postmodernist and poststructuralist elements in Samuel Beckett’s "The Trilogy" and Oğuz Atay’s "Tehlikeli Oyunlar"
Kaya, Hilal; İçöz, Nursel; Department of English Language Teaching (2009)
The aim of this thesis is to analyse the postmodernist and poststructuralist elements in Samuel Beckett’s The Trilogy: Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable and Oğuz Atay’s Tehlikeli Oyunlar. One text from English literature and one from Turkish literature will be compared. In Beckett’s and Atay’s novels the main issues of postmodernism and poststructuralism such as subject-object dialectic, the metaphysics of presence, the correspondence theory of truth, origin, self, language, intertextuality and metafiction...
Postnationalist subversion of the constituents of Irishness: land, religion and family in the plays of Martin McDonagh and Dermot Bolger
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The social, political and economic changes undergone by the Republic of Ireland since the 1990s resulted in critical changes in the perception of Irish national identity and nationalist ideology. It was a new period characterized by its epithet, the Celtic Tiger, a period of rapid economic growth, and the opening up of Irish economy and politics to the world. The Irish society was now characterized by the diversity and complexities as a consequence of its interaction with the globalized world. In this conte...
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R. Çimen, “Postmodern Character along the Möbius Strip: Ed Thomas’s Stone City Blue,” presented at the International Modernism and Postmodernism Studies Conference, Osmaniye, Türkiye, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: