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Diseases and Disorders in Contemporary Fiction: The Syndrome Syndrome (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Literature) [Hardcover]

James Peacock , Tim Lustig

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Table of Contents

Introduction, T.J. Lustig and James Peacock 1. The Naturalistic Turn, the Syndrome, and the Rise of the Neo-Phenomenological Novel, Patricia Waugh 2. Mapping the Syndrome Novel, Stephen J. Burn 3. From Syndrome to Sincerity: Benjamin Kunkel’s Indecision, Adam Kelly 4. "We learned to tell our story walking." Tourette’s and Urban Space in Jonathan Lethem’s Motherless Brooklyn, James Peacock 5. The Pathologies of Mobility: time travel as syndrome in The Time-Traveller's Wife, La Jetée, and Twelve Monkeys, Brian Baker 6. Syndrome, Symptom and Trauma Chains in American Pre- and Post-9/11 Novels, Bent Sørensen 7. Mind and Brain: The Representation of Trauma in Martin Amis’s Yellow Dog and Ian McEwan's Saturday, Nick Bentley 8. "Two way traffic?" Syndrome as Symbol in Richard Powers’ The Echo Maker, T.J. Lustig 9. "I wanted unheimlich […] but of the right kind. Strangeness and Strangerness without the blank despair:" Trauma and Travel in the Works of Jenny Diski, Joanna Price 10. The Human Condition?, Martyn Bracewell 11. A Psychiatrist's Opinion of the Neuronovel, Lisetta Lovett Annotated Bibliography I: Primary Materials, Nicola Brindley Annotated Bibliography II: Secondary Materials, Hannah Merry List of Contributors Glossary

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