This book approaches world literature as an archive of strategies for resistance, and focuses on the nonstate organization of democratic processes. It is for readers, graduates, and scholars in the humanities interested in thinking about literature as a way of conceptualizing global forms of resistance.
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Joel Nickels is the author of Poetry of the Possible: Spontaneity, Modernism, and the Multitude (2012).
The literature of spatial occupation: a nonstate research agenda; 1. The general strike in the literature of decolonization: Ousmane Sembene / Miguel Ángel Asturias / Patrick Chamoiseau; 2. Nonstate internationalism: from Claude McKay to Arundhati Roy; 3. World literature as futurology: Melvin Tolson, T. S. Eliot, and the poetics of postcapitalist governance.
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