Literature and Intoxication: Writing, Politics and the Experience of Excess
This collection traces the intersection between writing and intoxication, from the literary to the theoretical, exploring a diversity of experiences of excess. Comprising a variety of perspectives, this book offers unique insights into how politics and literature have been shaped by states of intoxication.
Eugene Brennan, Université Paris 13, France Alessandro Cabiati, University of Edinburgh, UK Christopher Collier, University of Essex, UK Joanna Figiel, City University London, UK Anne-Lucile Gérardot, University of Reims, France Alastair Hemmens, Cardiff University, UK Andrew Hussey, University of London, UK Mike Jay, independent scholar, UKJoe Kennedy, University of Sussex, UK Benjamin Noys, University of Chichester, UK Matthieu Perrot, University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, France Joshua Rivas, Princeton University, USA Russell Williams, American University of Paris, France
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