Modernity in Question?: Postmodern Historiography in Martin Amis’s Time’s Arrow



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In the brief Preface to the second edition of The Seven Lamps of Architecture published in 1855, John Ruskin identified four kinds of admiration viewers might feel regarding an architectural work: Sentimental Admiration, Proud Admiration, Workmanly Admiration, Artistical or Rational Admiration. Unexplored by Ruskin critics, the Preface poses significant interpretive problems: neither the Preface nor the elaboration of the fourfold typology contained in it bears reference to the content of The Seven Lamps wh...
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Is the concept of the urban utopia now defunct? This is a study of the modern urban utopias of the late 20th century, investigated their recent qualities in respect to capitalist mode of production. Accordingly, a recent example, that of Dubai, will be studied and its rapid growth over the last 20 years will be questioned. The primary objective of this thesis is to provide an understanding of how and to what extent flexible accumulation requires a spatial fix, in particular in new geographies, and mobilizes...
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