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3906762637
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Martine Hennard Dutheil
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Origin and Originality in Rushdie's Fiction. She is the author of Or Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and former Associate Dean of the Humanities

Origin and Originality in Rushdie's Fiction. 0820442410 (ISBN13: 9780820442419). She is the author of Or Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland, and former Associate Dean of the Humanities. She has published on Dickens, Conrad, Nabokov, Rushdie and Angela Carter, the international fairy tale tradition from Antiquity to the present, and literary translation (theory, practice, reception).

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Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère is Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature. She has mainly published on Dickens, Conrad, Nabokov, Rushdie and Carter, the fairy tale tradition from Antiquity to the present, and literary translation (theory, practice, reception), with a focus on the interplay of translation and individual creation. She is the author of Origin and Originality in Salman Rushdie’s Fiction (1999) and Reading, Translating, Rewriting: Angela Carter’s Translational Poetics (2013).

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She is the author of Origin and Originality in Salman Rushdie’s Fiction (1999) . What sets Mme Hennard’s book apart from the crowd is her focus on Carter’s translations.

She is the author of Origin and Originality in Salman Rushdie’s Fiction (1999), which focuses on the poetics and politics of cultural translation, and Reading, Translating, Rewriting: Angela Carter’s Translational Poetics (2013), which traces the interplay of translation and rewriting in Carter’s fiction.

Martine Hennard Dutheil de la Rochère, Origin and Originality in Rushdie’s Fiction (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999), 21. oogle Scholar. 43. Séan Burke, ‘Ideologies and Authorship,’ in Authorship: From Plato to Postmodern, ed. Séan Burke (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1995), 21. 48. Daniel J. Boorstin, The Image: a Guide to Pseudo-Events in America (New York: Harper & Row, 1961), 5. oogle Scholar

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Origin and Originality in Rushdie's Fiction explores the problematic question of origin in Salman Rushdie's fictional and non-fictional writings. The book is informed by the theoretical work of the post-colonial critics Edward Said and Homi Bhabha. It also draws on Jacques Derrida's insight that the quest for origins or foundations always reveals that things didn't happen the way they should have, which inevitably subverts common notions of identity, truth and presence. Martine Hennard Dutheil suggests that the consequences of the loss of origin are central to Rushdie's literary production as well as to his social and political thinking. Her study explores different aspects of the representation of origins, relating these to Rushdie's rewriting of both European and Islamic literary traditions, the construction and dramatization of the migrant condition, and the 'Rushdie affair', which involved distortions of the Qur'anic scripture and of authorial intentions. Through close readings, the book demonstrates that the loss of origin brings about a dismantling of the binary oppositions which structure the Western and the Islamic world-views. Rushdie's most provocative strategy is not so much his critique of Islam as his radical deconstruction of the metaphysics of presence common to both traditions. Beyond the controversial episodes, Rushdie's questioning of origin becomes the very condition of possibility for fiction writing.