The misinterpellated subject / James R. Martel
- Martel, James R.
- Durham : Duke University Press, 2017.
- Copyright Date:
- Physical Description:
- xi, 328 pages ; 23 cm
- From "Hey, you there!" to "Wait up!" : the workings (and unworkings) of interpellation -- "Men are born free and equal in rights" : historical examples of interpellation and misinterpellation -- "Tiens, un nègre" : Fanon and the refusal of colonial subjectivity -- "[A person] is something that shall be overcome" : the misinterpellated messiah, or how Nietzsche saves us from salvation -- "Come, come!" : Bartleby and Lily Briscoe as Nietzschean subjects -- "Consent to not be a single being" : resisting identity, confronting the law in Kafka's Amerika, Ellison's Invisible man, and Coates's Between the world and me -- "I can believe" : breaking the circuits of interpellation in Von Trier's Breaking the waves.
- 9780822362845 hardcover alkaline paper
0822362848 hardcover alkaline paper
9780822362968 paperback alkaline paper
0822362961 paperback alkaline paper
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
View MARC record | catkey: 19813579