1 Social Perception and
2. Allusive Methods and
3. Southern Social History.
4. Textuality and Social
5. The 1950s Consciousness
in American Fiction.
6. Realism, Objectivism,
7. Social Urges and Spiritual
8. New Social Approach
in the 1950s American Poetry.
9. Confessionalism and Society
10. Beat Poetry.
11. New Social American Drama.
12. After the Beat Poetry: Some Social Concerns.
After the Beat Poetry: Some Social
Concerns: Kathy Acker
Text: Some excerpts from “Don Quixote.”
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
- Cyberpunk and the Corporate
- Don Quixote as Disjunctive
All these bibliographical references can found at
the ULL Central Library, Guajara Campus):
- Henderson, Margaret. “Kathy Is a Punk Writer:
When the Underground Goes Overground.”
Critique 55.5 (2014):
- June, Pamela B. The Fragmented Female Body
and Identity: The Postmodern, Feminist,
and Multiethnic Writings
of Toni Morrison, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Phyllis Alesia Perry,
Gayl Jones, Emma Pérez,
Paula Gunn Allen, and Kathy Acker. New York: Peter Lang, 2010.
- McCaffery, Larry ed. Storming the Reality Studio:
A Casebook of Cyberpunk and
Science Fiction. Durham: Duke UP, 1991.
- “Special Section on Kathy Acker.”
The Review of Contemporary Fiction 9.3 (Fall 1989): 12-80.
- Skelley, Jack. More Fear of Kathy Acker.
Los Angeles: Illuminati, 1985.
Recommended web sites on Kathy Acker:
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