NOTES_Lecture 09_Fate of the Artist Continued

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Unformatted text preview: 5-Nov-08Lecture 9: Fate of the ArtistInterconnected collage of form and contentCampbell blurs the boundaries between1.Non-authorial and authorial voiceHe writes the book, but different characters narrate the storyHe doesnt appear in the book until the end2.Commentary and characters3.Autobiography and fictionResulting in a deliberate assault on ones ability to tell truth from fabricationAuthor no longer owns the book once it is publishedEddie Campbell is everywhere present in the novel yet he is present makes a paradoxTheatrical all the worlds a stageoCover all about theatre a faade, a propoBook Flaps are like a play billChatterton built up Thomas RowleyoParallel between himself and ChattertonoChatterton committed suicide but Campbells not actually dead, death is the fate of the artistHoneybeeoBlondie and Dagwood is the contemporary of HoneybeeoResembles Campbells own lifeGod and ReligionoPicture of GodChilds drawing of God...
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2011 for the course ENGLISH 235 taught by Professor Lesk during the Fall '08 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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