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Fiction
Author: Aaron Kelly
ISBN: 0719066514
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 256 pages
Publisher Manchester University Press; 1 edition (July 28, 2005)
Language English
Category: Fiction
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by Aaron Kelly


Irvine Welsh (born 27 September 1958) is a Scottish novelist, playwright and short story writer. His novel Trainspotting was made into a film of the same name. His work is characterised by a raw Scots dialect and brutal depiction of Edinburgh life

Irvine Welsh (born 27 September 1958) is a Scottish novelist, playwright and short story writer. His work is characterised by a raw Scots dialect and brutal depiction of Edinburgh life. He has also written plays and screenplays, and directed several short films.

Irvine Welsh's fiction has defined an era, and this first full-length study provides a sustained textual and . Aaron Kelly is Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature in English at the University of Edinburgh -. Customers who bought this item also bought.

Irvine Welsh's fiction has defined an era, and this first full-length study provides a sustained textual and contextual analysis of all his work, from Trainspotting and The Acid House to Glue and Porno. A detailed chronological survey also considers the appropriateness of cultural, postmodern and postcolonial theories to Welsh's incendiary fiction. Page 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1.

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Kelly gives a fascinating insight into the writer's formal and political ambitions, placing him in the context of the 'brat pack' which exploded onto the Scottish literary scene in the 1990s. He explores the social, class and political conditioning of Welsh's early life, and its impact on his motivations for writing.

Aaron Kelly is Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature in English at the University of Edinburgh

Series: Contemporary British Novelists. Irvine Welsh's fiction has defined an era, and this first full-length study provides a sustained textual and contextual analysis of all his work, from 'Trainspotting' and 'The Acid House' to 'Glue' and 'Porno'.

Series: Contemporary British Novelists.

Город: Beach, shires and city, baby. Подписчиков: 316 ты. себе: Scotsman on the make.

Featuring a broad range of contemporary British novelists from Iain Banks to Jeanette Winterson, Louis de Bernieres to Irvine Welsh and Salman Rushdie, this book offers an excellent introductory guide to the contemporary literary scene. Each entry includes concise biographical information on each of the key novelists and analysis of their major works and themes. Fully cross-referenced and containing extensive guides to further reading, Fifty Contemporary British Novelists is the ideal guide to modern British fiction for both the student and the contemporary fiction buff alike. Each entry includes concise biographical information on each of the key novelists and an analysis of their major works and themes.

Irvine Welsh's fiction has defined an era, and this first full-length study provides a sustained textual and contextual analysis of all his work, from 'Trainspotting' and 'The Acid House' to 'Glue' and 'Porno'. A detailed chronological survey also considers the appropriateness of cultural, postmodern and postcolonial theories to Welsh's incendiary fiction. Kelly gives a fascinating insight into the writer's formal and political ambitions, placing him in the context of the 'brat pack' which exploded onto the Scottish literary scene in the 1990s. He explores the social, class and political conditioning of Welsh's early life, and its impact on his motivations for writing. Clearly written and accessible, this will be a key resource for students and academics alike. Choose 'Irvine Welsh'!