Play and Liminality in Modernist Cultural Theory
Before I can turn to exploring the exilic-utopian imagination both as one of the main features of modernity and as a ludic form of liminality, I need briefly to review the ways in which the concepts of play and liminality have so far been employed in modernist cultural theory and clarify my own understanding of these concepts.1
KeywordsCultural Phenomenon Rational Play Binary Opposition Logical Contradiction Subsequent Chapter
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