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ETEROGLOSSIA IN GHOSTWRITTEN BY DAVID MITCHELL

ETEROGLOSSIA IN GHOSTWRITTEN BY DAVID MITCHELL

ETEROGLOSSIA IN GHOSTWRITTEN BY DAVID MITCHELL

 
Yazar : Sabah Atallah Khalifa Ali  Maha Hamed Essa  
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Baskı Yılı : 2021
Sayı : 63
Sayfa : 16-30
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Cite : Sabah Atallah Khalifa Ali Maha Hamed Essa, (2021). ETEROGLOSSIA IN GHOSTWRITTEN BY DAVID MITCHELL. Route Education and Social Science Journal , 63, p. 16-30. Doi: 10.17121/ressjournal.3009.
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Özet
David Mitchell creates in Ghostwritten a skilful gallery of unique individuals with diverse genders, ages, occupations, education, and different social and cultural backgrounds. The novel demonstrates the similarity of struggles in postmodern life to show the socio-ideological contradictions of Late Capitalism through the suffering of nine protagonists from different geographical eras. Late Capitalism is the third stage of the Capitalist movement that describes the last phase of Capitalism's evolution. The dominant tendencies of this period are the domination of powerful corporations and the shrinking of the middle class. This development is marked by the rise of Globalisation, consumerism, and internet supremacy which explained the absurdities of the contemporary economy. The study applies Bakhtin's concept of Heteroglossia to show the interaction between utterance and language. The different speech style in Ghostwritten reflects the variety of societies, through different linguistic practices mirroring their cultural surrounding. This study examines David Mitchell's assemblage of different voices, genres, and motifs in Ghostwritten from the Bakhtinian perspective, to reveal the sociopolitical implications of multiple social voices under Late Capital system.

Anahtar Kelimeler
Late Capitalism, Heteroglossia, sociopolitical, socio- ideological.

Abstract
David Mitchell creates in Ghostwritten a skilful gallery of unique individuals with diverse genders, ages, occupations, education, and different social and cultural backgrounds. The novel demonstrates the similarity of struggles in postmodern life to show the socio-ideological contradictions of Late Capitalism through the suffering of nine protagonists from different geographical eras. Late Capitalism is the third stage of the Capitalist movement that describes the last phase of Capitalism's evolution. The dominant tendencies of this period are the domination of powerful corporations and the shrinking of the middle class. This development is marked by the rise of Globalisation, consumerism, and internet supremacy which explained the absurdities of the contemporary economy. The study applies Bakhtin's concept of Heteroglossia to show the interaction between utterance and language. The different speech style in Ghostwritten reflects the variety of societies, through different linguistic practices mirroring their cultural surrounding. This study examines David Mitchell's assemblage of different voices, genres, and motifs in Ghostwritten from the Bakhtinian perspective, to reveal the sociopolitical implications of multiple social voices under Late Capital system.

Keywords
Late Capitalism, Heteroglossia, sociopolitical, socio- ideological.

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