Federman's fictions : innovation, theory, and the Holocaust / edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Di Leo, Jeffrey R.
Format: Book
Published: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©2010.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Beckett and beyond : Federman the scholar / Jerome Klinkowitz
  • How, and how not, to be a published novelist : the case of Raymond Federman / Ted Pelton
  • Samuel Beckett and Raymond Federman : a bilingual companionship / Daniela Hurezanu
  • Filling in the blanks : Raymond Federman, self-translator / Alyson Waters
  • Re-double or nothing : Federman, autobiography, and creative literary criticism / Larry McCaffery
  • A narrative poetics of Raymond Federman / Brian McHale
  • Surfiction, not sure fiction : Raymond Federman's second-degree textual manipulations / Davis Schneiderman
  • Raymond Federman, the ultimate metafictioneer / Eckhard Gerdes
  • Formulating yet another paradox : Raymond Federman's real fictitious discourses / Thomas Hartl
  • The agony of unrecognition : Raymond Federman and postmodern theory / Eric Dean Rasmussen
  • Raymond Federman and critical theory / Jan Baetens
  • Surviving in the corridors of history, or, History as double or nothing / Dan Stone
  • When postmodern play meets survivor testimony : Federman and Holocaust literature / Susan Rubin Suleiman
  • In black inkblood : agonistic and cooperative authorship in the (re)writing of history / Marcel Cornis-Pope
  • Cosmobabble, or, Federman's return / Christian Moraru
  • Featherman's body literature, or, The unbearable lightness of being / Michael Wutz
  • Federman's laughterature / Menachem Feuer.