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Cultural tropes of the contemporary American West. Barnard Edward Turner. Preface, Acknowledgements Introduction 1. An Exemplary Traveler: D. H. Lawrence invents America for himself in Kangaroo and "The Woman Who Rode Away" 2. A Western writer in Germany and Japan: Richar. More). Heiner Müller’s Medea: towards a paradigm for the contemporary Gothic anatomy. Heiner Muller (1929–96) is arguably Germany’s leading contemporary (post-Brecht) dramatist and a major figure of the international post-modernist avant-garde
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Science Fiction and American Wests. Cultural Tropes of the Contemporary American West. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2005.
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At head of title: Reader's digest. Bibliography: p. 372-373. Recounts the settlement of the West from the first pioneers who crossed the Appalachians to the eventual disappearance of the frontier. Coming of the Europeans - West beckons - To the Mississippi and beyond - Of mountain men and indians - Texas and the great southwest - From sea to sea - Great rush west - Wars in the west - Rails transform the nation - Cowboys and cattle kings - Settling the plains.
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The Frontier Thesis or Turner Thesis, is the argument advanced by historian Frederick Jackson Turner in 1893 that American democracy was formed by the American frontier. He stressed the process-the moving frontier line-and the impact it had on pioneers going through the process. He also stressed results, especially that American democracy was the primary result, along with egalitarianism, a lack of interest in high culture, and violence
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The Culture forms part of the setting and is the main protagonist civilization of eight SF novels and one short-story collection written to date by Iain M Banks: Consider Phlebas (1987). The Player of Games (1988, typically considered the best introduction to the series). Use of Weapons (1990). The State of the Art (1991, this being the short-story collection). Look To Windward (2000).
If in the West there is an emphasis on achievement, progress, and the conquest of nature, the East . The title of the story "The Fall of Edward Barnard," is ironic. A statement is ironic if its real meaning is different from the one that is asserted on the surface
If in the West there is an emphasis on achievement, progress, and the conquest of nature, the East prefers to live in harmony with nature. In place of the Western notion of progress is the value of acceptance, of taking life as it comes and as it is. But to Bateman's Western mind, living by this alien set of values is nothing more than a "living death. A statement is ironic if its real meaning is different from the one that is asserted on the surface. In this story, the irony unfolds gradually.