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Apex Hides The Hurt


Author : Colson Whitehead
language : en
Publisher: Anchor
Release Date : 2007-01-09



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This New York Times Notable Book from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Underground Railroad is a brisk, comic tour de force about identity, history, and the adhesive bandage industry. The town of Winthrop has decided it needs a new name. The resident software millionaire wants to call it New Prospera; the mayor wants to return to the original choice of the founding black settlers; and the town’s aristocracy sees no reason to change the name at all. What they need, they realize, is a nomenclature consultant. And, it turns out, the consultant needs them. But in a culture overwhelmed by marketing, the name is everything and our hero’s efforts may result in not just a new name for the town but a new and subtler truth about it as well.

Apex


Author : Colson Whitehead
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2007



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Novels By Colson Whitehead


Author : LLC Books
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2010-09



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Zone One


Author : Colson Whitehead
language : de
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
Release Date : 2014-02-03



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New York nach der Apokalyse: Es gibt nur noch zwei Sorten von Menschen, Nicht-Infizierte und Infizierte, die als Zombies ihr Unwesen treiben. In Zone One, dem südlichen Teil von Manhattan, soll Mark Spitz, ein Held von konkurrenzloser Mittelmäßigkeit, mit einem Trupp Zivilisten die Zombies bekämpfen und die Menschheit retten. Doch ist er vielleicht selbst schon einer von ihnen? Colson Whitehead hat eine grandiose Persiflage des Horror-Genres geschrieben, in der sich Trash-Talk mit feinstem Humor verbindet, ein Porträt der Megapole New York – wie sie werden könnte oder bereits schon ist.

Underground Railroad


Author : Colson Whitehead
language : en
Publisher:
Release Date : 2017-08-21



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Das Echo Der Erinnerung


Author : Richard Powers
language : de
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
Release Date : 2015-09-30



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Nach seinem Bestseller ›Der Klang der Zeit‹ erforscht Richard Powers, was Familien im Innersten zusammenhält: das zerbrechliche Geflecht aus Gefühl und Erinnerung. Die ergreifende Geschichte eines Geschwisterpaares und ein Panorama des heutigen Amerikas vereinen sich hier in seinem neuen großen Roman. Kearney ist die geographische Mitte der USA - und die Mitte von Nirgendwo. In einer Winternacht überschlägt sich Mark mit dem Auto. Als er wieder ins Leben zurückfindet, hält er seine Schwester Karin für eine feindliche Doppelgängerin. Sie hingegen versucht alles, um ihm ein normales Leben zu ermöglichen. Auf einer bewegenden Reise in das Innerste einer Familie macht uns Richard Powers mit dem größten Geschichtenerzähler bekannt: unserer Erinnerung. Sie schafft das Echo unseres Lebens, das uns trägt, umfängt und bisweilen grausam täuscht.

Colson Whitehead


Author : Kimberly Fain
language : en
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Release Date : 2015-05-07



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From his first novel, The Intuitionist, in 1999, Colson Whitehead has produced fiction that brilliantly blurs genre and cultural lines to demonstrate the universal angst and integral bonds shared by all Americans. By neglecting to mention a character’s racial heritage, Whitehead challenges the cultural assumptions of his readers. His African American protagonists are well educated and upwardly mobile and thus lack some of the social angst that is imposed by racial stratification. Despite the critical acclaim and literary awards Whitehead has received, there have been few in-depth examinations of his work. In Colson Whitehead: The Postracial Voice of Contemporary Literature, Kimberly Fain explores the work of this literary trailblazer, discussing how his novels reconstruct the American identity to be inclusive rather than exclusive and thus broaden the scope of who is considered an American. Whitehead attempts this feat by including African Americans among the class of people who may achieve the American Dream, assuming they are educated and economically mobile. While the conflicts faced by his characters are symptoms of the universal human condition, they assimilate at the expense of cultural alienation and emotional emptiness. In addition to The Intuitionist, Fain also examines John Henry Days, Apex Hides the Hurt, The Colossus of New York, Sag Harbor, and Zone One, demonstrating how they bend genre tropes and approach literary motifs from a postracial perspective. Comparing the author to his African American and American literary forebears, as well as examining his literary ambivalence between post-blackness and postracialism, Colson Whitehead offers readers a unique insight to one of the most important authors of the twenty-first century. As such, this book will be of interest to scholars of African American literature, American literature, African American studies, American studies, multicultural studies, gender studies, and literary theory.