6 edition of Money, Speculation and Finance in Recent British Fiction (Continuum Literary Studies) found in the catalog.
March 6, 2008 by Continuum International Publishing Group .
Written in English
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About Money, Speculation and Finance in Contemporary British Fiction. Fiction has become increasingly concerned with the political and imaginative significance of finance, speculation and the money markets - from Ian Fleming's Goldfinger to Jonathan Coe's What a Carve Up and Martin Amis' Money.
This book argues that recent British fiction demystifies the 'weightless' economy of contemporary money and critiques the popular sense of money. Description Fiction has become increasingly concerned with the political and imaginative significance of finance, speculation and the money markets - from Ian Fleming's Goldfinger to Jonathan Coe's What a Carve Up and Martin Amis' Money.
This book argues that recent British fiction demystifies the 'weightless' economy of contemporary money and critiques the popular sense of money Cited by: 7. Fiction has become increasingly concerned with the political and imaginative significance of finance, speculation and the money markets - from Ian Fleming's Goldfinger to Jonathan Coe's What a Carve Up and Martin Amis' Money.
This book argues that recent British fiction demystifies the 'weightless' economy of contemporary money and critiques the popular sense of money as being Author: Nicky Marsh. "Money, Speculation and Finance in Contemporary British Fiction argues that recent British fiction demystifies the 'weightless' economy of contemporary money and critiques the popular sense of money as being everywhere but nowhere.
This book argues that recent British fiction demystifies the ''weightless'' economy of contemporary money and critiques the popular sense of money as being everywhere but nowhere. The monograph provides a comprehensive survey of a large body of fictional texts that have striven to represent and understand the formative significance of finance capital on contemporary cu.
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