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Parody: The Art That Plays with Art (Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory) (Hardcover)

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Title: Parody: The Art That Plays with Art (Studies...

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Parody: The Art That Plays with Art explodes the near-universal belief that parody is a copycat genre or that it consists of a collection of trivial and derivative forms. Parody is revealed as an uber-technique, a principal source of innovation and invention in the arts. The technique is defined in terms of three major variations that bang, bind, and blend artistic conventions into contrasting pairings, the results of which are upheavals of existing conventions and the formation of unexpected and sometimes startling and revolutionary new configurations. Parodic art fashions a galaxy of contrasts, and from these stem an illusionistic sense of multiplicity and an array of divergent meanings and interpretive paths. This book, an extreme departure from existing analyses of parody, is nonetheless highly accessible and will be of major interest not only to scholars but to general readers and to professional writers as well. Parody: The Art That Plays with Art is particularly suited for readers interested in modernism, postmodernism, meta-art, criticism, satire, and irony.

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Robert Chambers is Adjunct Assistant Professor of English at Kennesaw State University. A graduate of Princeton University, he earned his masters and doctorate in modern British and American literature at Indiana University. He has been a correspondent for The Economist and a reporter for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, where he won a national fellowship competition.

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