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By Graeme Gibson

ISBN-10: 1770893466

ISBN-13: 9781770893467

Completely on hand from Anansi electronic, Communion is among the misplaced, nice works via a Canadian literary titan.

Originally released in 1971, Communion maintains the tale of Felix Oswald that begun in 5 Legs. We meet Felix Oswald back, a self-mocking and obsessed hero, a voyeur, and all-time loser, after he graduates from college and accepts a role as a part-time veterinarian’s assistant.

A groundbreaking paintings of experimental fiction, Communion is a must-read for fanatics of Canadian literature.

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Fisk’s tandem reading of modernism and Madison Avenue produces a compound portrait of authorship, one in which origination, ownership, recognition, employment, and persona are separable operations governed by distinct areas of law. Oliver Gerland’s “Modernism and the Emergence of the Right of Publicity” is also concerned with the development of an exclusive right to control and benefit from the commercial use of one’s identity. Whereas Fisk describes the publicity right’s postwar elaborations, Gerland narrates its differentiation from 18 MODERNISM AND COPYRIGHT the right of privacy around the turn of the twentieth century.

In Brad Sherman and Lionel Bently, “Balance and Harmony in the Duration of Copyright: The European Directive and Its Consequences,” in Textual Monopolies: Literary Copyright and the Public Domain, ed. Patrick Parrinder and Warren Chernaik (London: Office for Humanities Publication, 1997), 24–25. 52. Belgium and France had made similar, albeit slightly shorter, compensations for the war years. See Julian Barnes, “Letter from Paris,” Times Literary Supplement (Dec. 21, 2001) 13. 26 MODERNISM AND COPYRIGHT most comprehensive national rights to all member states.

What populations, we might ask, do long postmortem copyright laws most extensively protect and thereby more effectively make live? , highly educated, economically secure people living in politically and environmentally stable communities. 60 If not, what does it mean that copyright terms in the industrializing world are driven by life expectancies in industrialized countries? Should one lament or celebrate the fact that intellectual property’s long duration in Mali results from the greater life expectancies in nations whose development was fueled, in many cases, by explicitly racist, often genocidal, imperialist projects during the modernist decades followed by a postindustrial phase of net intellectual property export?

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