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Mapping Liminalities

Thresholds in Cultural and Literary Texts


Lucy Kay, Zoë Kinsley, Terry Phillips and Alan Roughley

Contents: William Blazek: A Moving World: The Port of Liverpool in American Fiction – Zoë Kinsley: ‘In moody sadness, on the giddy brink’: Liminality and Home Tour Travel – Terry Phillips: ‘No World Between Two Worlds’: Liminality in Anglo-Irish Big House Literature, 1925-1932 – Jo Carruthers: The Liminal Becoming of the Rebel Vashti – Christina Ljungberg: Triangular Strategies: Cross-Mapping the Curious Spaces of Siri Hustvedt, Paul Auster and Sophie Calle – Peter Messent: Liminality, Repetition, and Trauma in Hemingway’s ‘Big Two-Hearted River’ and Other Nick Adams Stories – Louis Armand: Mechanistics, Grammar and the Locality of Thought – Arthur Bradley: No Future? Stiegler’s Politics of Memory – Alan Roughley: Liminal Paperspaces: Writing between Derrida and Joyce and Being and Writing.