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Yirminci yüzyılın önde gelen edebiyat eleştirmenlerinden ve entelektüellerinden Edward Said sanat, edebiyat ve kültürün gücüyle ilgili varsayımlara meydan okumuş, paradigmaları yıkan düşünceler üretmiş, eserler vermişti. Düşüncesinin etkileri ölümünden sonra bugün hâlâ dünyada ve Türkiyede devam ediyor, eserleri hâlâ tartışılıyor.

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Paperback, 243 pages
Published December 2011 by Koç Üniversitesi Yayınları (first published April 1st 2005)
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Hit or miss on the essays. I was sort of irritated with Spivak's incoherent ramble about how she didn't get invited to dinner at Said's place once she got to Columbia, but Paul de Man did help her pack up her belongings for one of her moves...and oh, she is writing her memoirs, which she mentioned a few times in the span of four or five pages. I'll stick with just her theory. I'm picking on her mostly because she was one of the last ones I read, which is not fair I suppose. In general, however, ...more
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