Welberry, Karen & Dalziell, Tanya: Cultural Seeds: Essays on the Work of Nick Cave (Ashgate Books) Hardback


Catalogue No: 9780754663959

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Subtitle: Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series

Department: Biographies & Reference - Books & Literature (Classical)

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Contents and Reviews

Contents: Introduction, Tanya Dalziell and Karen Welberry; Part I Cultural Contexts: The light within: the 21st century love songs of Nick Cave, Jillian Burt; Planting seeds, Clinton Walker; Nick Cave and the Australian language of laughter, Karen Welberry; Nick Cave, dance performance and the production and consumption of masculinity, Laknath Jayasinghe. Part II Intersections: An audience for antagonism: Nick Cave and doomed celebrity, Chris Bilton; And the Ass Saw the Angel: a novel of fragment and excess, Carol Hart; Red right hand: Nick Cave and the cinema, Adrian Danks; Grinderman: all stripped down, Angela Jones. Part III The Sacred: From mutiny to calling upon the author: Cave's religion, Robert Eaglestone; Oedipus wrecks: Cave and the Presley myth, Nathan Wiseman-Trowse; Fleshed sacred: the carnal theologies of Nick Cave, Lyn McCredden; The moose and Nick Cave: melancholy, creativity and love songs, Tanya Dalziell; Index.