'Skeletons of solid objects': Imperial violence in J.G. Farrell's empire trilogy

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Authors: Matthews, G. and Goodman, S.

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: 9781137296917

In an era that plays host to war, terrorism, civil unrest, and economic uncertainty, it is more vital than ever to think critically about the ways in which violence is framed, mediated and regulated through representations. This book explores the variegated forms violence can take, not only physical but abstract, emotional and virtual, and directed not only against bodies but buildings, faiths, cultures, and classes. With essays by experts in literature, film, drama, art, and philosophy, Violence and the Limits of Representation contributes to a richer understanding of violence and its effects. This collection not only offers insight into the challenges and ethical issues involved in the representation of violence but, through a concern with the socio-political contexts of violence, offers a unique set of perspectives on the conflicts and concerns of the present.

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Authors: Goodman, S.

Pages: 112-128

ISBN: 9781137296900

DOI: 10.1057/9781137296900

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Authors: Matthews, G. and Goodman, S.

Pages: 1-194

ISBN: 9781137296900

DOI: 10.1057/9781137296900

© Graham Matthews and Sam Goodman 2013. All rights reserved. Violence and the Limits of Representation explores the representation of violence in literature, film, drama, music and art in order to demonstrate the ways in which the work done by researchers in the Arts and Humanities can offer fresh perspectives on current social and political issues.

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