“Metamorphosis and Identity Construction in Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses.” University of Bucharest Review, edited by Radu Surdulescu, Bucharest University Press, vol. 10, no. 1, 2008, pp. 47-52, ISSN 1454-9328.Print. ISSN 2069 – 8658.Web.[EBSCO Publishing], [CEEOL], [SCOPUS], [MLA], [WorldCat].


Цонева, Петя (2008) “Metamorphosis and Identity Construction in Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses.” University of Bucharest Review, edited by Radu Surdulescu, Bucharest University Press, vol. 10, no. 1, 2008, pp. 47-52, ISSN 1454-9328.Print. ISSN 2069 – 8658.Web.[EBSCO Publishing], [CEEOL], [SCOPUS], [MLA], [WorldCat]. University of Bucharest Review, Румъния


 Metamorphic spaces (temporal, geographical and mental) produce metamorphic bodies and identities. Metamorphosis arises as a dynamic principle of survival in borderline zones. Its biological value, however, is transposed and reworked in fiction as a prodigious interruption of natural development, breaking of natural laws and establishing its own magical reality.
  Статия
 alter self, borderline experience, colonial identity, migrancy, postmodernism, self-representation, transmutation.




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 Петя Цонева

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