Download Unreliable Truth ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to UNRELIABLE TRUTH book pdf for free now.

Unreliable Truth

Author : Maureen Murdock
ISBN : 1580050832
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 70.94 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 346
Read : 904

Murdock explores the role of imagination in the process of writing memoirs, and suggests various ways to write a memoir, employing her own memories and other memoirs to demonstrate certain writing techniques, and providing step-by-step instructions for novice memoir writers.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Unreliable Truths

Author : Sissy Helff
ISBN : 9789401208987
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 46.8 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 190
Read : 828

While many people see ‘home’ as the domestic sphere and place of belonging, it is hard to grasp its manifold implications, and even harder to provide a tidy definition of what it is. Over the past century, discussion of home and nation has been a highly complex matter, with broad political ramifications, including the realignment of nation-states and national boundaries. Against this backdrop, this book suggests that ‘home’ is constructed on the assumption that what it defines is constantly in flux and thus can never capture an objective perspective, an ultimate truth. Along these lines, Unreliable Truths offers a comparative literary approach to the construction of home and concomitant notions of uncertainty and unreliable narration in South Asian diasporic women’s literature from the UK, Australia, South Africa, the Caribbean, North America, and Canada. Writers discussed in detail include Feroza Jussawalla, Suneeta Peres da Costa, Meera Syal, Farida Karodia, Shani Mootoo, Shobha Dé, and Oonya Kempadoo. With its focus on transcultural homes, Unreliable Truths goes beyond discussions of diaspora from an established postcolonial point of view and contributes with its investigation of transcultural unreliable narration to the representation of a g/local South Asian diaspora.
Category: Literary Criticism

Unreliable Narration And Trustworthiness

Author : Vera Nünning
ISBN : 9783110408416
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 20.40 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 312
Read : 797

Initiating a transgeneric, intermedial and interdisciplinary approach to narrative unreliability, this volume is meant to enrich, modify and refine our understanding of (un)reliable narration by taking into account research in a variety of fields. The three sections of the volume comprise articles on the theory of unreliable narration, transgeneric and intermedial issues, and studies from areas such as journalism, politics, law and medicine.
Category: Literary Criticism

An Identity Theory Of Truth

Author : J. Dodd
ISBN : 9781349628704
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 38.86 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 106
Read : 780

This book argues that correspondence theories of truth fail because the relation which holds between a true thought and a fact is that of identity, not correspondence. According to Julian Dodd, facts are not complexes of worldly entities; they are, as Frege believed, true thoughts. The supposed truthmaker is nothing but the truthbearer. The author christens this response to correspondence theories the modest identity theory, which he goes on to distinguish from those identity theories propounded, at some time or other, by Russell, Moore, Bradley, John McDowell and Jennifer Hornsby. It is acknowledged that the modest identity theory provides neither a definition of truth nor an account of what truth consists in. The modest identity theory's role is, by contrast, that of diagnosing the failure of correspondence theories, and thereby preparing the ground for a proper deflation of the concept of truth: a deflation defended in the latter part of the book.
Category: Political Science

The Medical Visitor

Author : Temple Stroughton Hoyne
ISBN : UOM:39015006998903
Genre : Homeopathy
File Size : 49.61 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 390
Read : 744

List of homoeopathic physicians by states.
Category: Homeopathy

Nothing But The Truth

Author : Frederic S. Isham
Genre :
File Size : 26.93 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 395
Read : 1085

The scene was the University Club. The talk spread over a good deal of space, as talk will when pink cocktails, or “green gardens in a glass” confront, or are in front of, the talkees. Dickie said it couldn’t be done and Bob said it was possible and that he could do it. He might not have felt such confidence had it not been for the verdant stimulation. He could have done anything just then, so why not this particular feat or stunt? And who was this temerarious one and what was he like?

Alternative Rhetorics

Author : Laura Gray-Rosendale
ISBN : 0791449734
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 55.32 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 755
Read : 1294

Challenges the traditional rhetorical canon.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Alias Grace

Author : Margaret Atwood
ISBN : 0307797953
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 68.99 MB
Format : PDF, Docs
Download : 850
Read : 774

Soon to be a Netflix Original series, Alias Grace takes readers into the life of one of the most notorious women of the nineteenth century. It’s 1843, and Grace Marks has been convicted for her involvement in the vicious murders of her employer and his housekeeper and mistress. Some believe Grace is innocent; others think her evil or insane. Now serving a life sentence, Grace claims to have no memory of the murders. An up-and-coming expert in the burgeoning field of mental illness is engaged by a group of reformers and spiritualists who seek a pardon for Grace. He listens to her story while bringing her closer and closer to the day she cannot remember. What will he find in attempting to unlock her memories? Captivating and disturbing, Alias Grace showcases bestselling, Booker Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood at the peak of her powers.
Category: Fiction


Author : Lee Irby
ISBN : 9780385542067
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 54.45 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 621
Read : 1066

Riotous and riveting, this is the story of a charming college professor who most definitely did not—but maybe did—kill his ex-wife. Or someone else. Or no one. Irby plays with the thriller trope in unimaginably clever ways. Edwin Stith, a failed novelist and college writing instructor in upstate New York, is returning home for the weekend to Richmond, Virginia, to celebrate his mother's wedding—to a much younger man. Edwin has a peculiar relationship with the truth. He is a liar who is brutally honest. He may or may not be sleeping with his students, he may or may not be getting fired, and he may or may not have killed his ex-wife, a lover, and his brand-new stepsister. Stith's dysfunctional homecoming leads him deep into a morass of long-gestating secrets and dangers, of old-flames still burning strong and new passions ready to consume everything he holds dear. But family dysfunction is only eclipsed by Edwin's own, leading to profound suspense and utter hilarity. Lee Irby has crafted a sizzling modern classic of dark urges, lies, and secrets that harks back to the unsettling obsessions of Edgar Allan Poe—with a masterful ending that will have you thinking for days.
Category: Fiction