Fugitive Visions, Silence, and Song in Li - Young Lee’s ‘Furious Versions
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Exile and the Narrative/Poetic Imagination is a collection of essays examining a variety of narrative and poetic responses to exile. Intended to complement existing scholarship on exile, these essays discuss works from very different parts of the world, some of them relatively rarely studied through the lens of exile, including Armenia, Egypt, Tibet, and Liberia. The book is divided into five parts, each discussing different aspects of this condition such as feelings of loss and loneliness, memories of trauma and the search for identity.
Exile (Punishment) in literature;
Exile and the narrative, poetic imagination
Malandra, Marc (2010). Fugitive Visions, Silence, and Song in Li - Young Lee’s ‘Furious Versions. Exile and the narrative, poetic imagination. pp. 61-76. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.