2 edition of The limits of textuality found in the catalog.
The limits of textuality
|Statement||edited by Lukas Erne and Guillemette Bolens.|
|Series||SPELL, Swiss papers in English language and literature -- v. 13, Swiss papers in English language and literature -- v. 13.|
|Contributions||Erne, Lukas., Bolens, Guillemette., International Conference on the Limits of Textuality (1999 : Université de Genève)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
Limits of Orality and Textuality in Ciaran Carson's Poetry (Mediated Fictions Studies in Verbal and Visual Narratives) (1st Edition) by Grzegorz Czemiel Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Need it Fast? 2 day shipping options Following the evolution of Ciaran Carson's work, this book aims to trace the tension Book Edition: 1st Edition. A recent example is the Old Stile Press's Book of Revelations. Instead of the traditional signature structure, an artists' book may use elaborate foldouts or accordion folding. Bindings, if used at all, range from traditional to non-adhesive, in which the signatures of the book are sewn together with the boards without using glues. The book was Daniel Boyarin's Intertextuality and the Reading of Midrash. Toward the end of an entirely amiable dinner conversation the atmosphere grew strained as I began to summarize for my colleague -- a broadly educated scholar of the Hellenistic period with training in Tanakh and in New Testament -- a challenging new book I had been.
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"Selection of papers given at the International Conference on the Limits of Textuality, at the University of Geneva in May "--Page 4 of cover. Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series Title: Swiss papers in English language and literature, v. Responsibility: edited by. Free Online Library: Textuality, reality, and the limits of knowledge *.
by "The Review of Metaphysics"; Philosophy and religion Knowledge Analysis Printer Frien, articles and books. This book analyses the poetry of Ciaran Carson, a Northern-Irish writer. In particular, it discusses the tension between orality and textuality. The author shows how it operates in Carson's major subjects: memory, city and history.
In this lively debate about the limits of textuality and the possible return of the extra-textual, new light is thrown on a variety of writers and issues that range from the textuality of Shakespearean performance to Quantum textuality and the now famous Sokal hoax, allowing for a comprehensive look at some of the most important issues involved.
This is the first comprehensive and systematic theory of textuality that takes into account the relevant views of both analytic and Continental thinkers and also of major historical figures. The author shows that most of the confusion surrounding textuality is the result of three factors: a too-narrow understanding of the category; a lack of a proper distinction among logical, epistemological.
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This is the first comprehensive and systematic theory of textuality that takes into account the relevant views of both analytic and Continental thinkers and also of major historical figures. The Limits of Textuality in Kathmandu s Indrajatra Festival Michael Baltutis Abstract This article will detail one particular rite within the autumnal Indrajatra festival of Kathmandu, Nepal, namely, the conveyance of the festival's central object, a forty-foot aniconic wooden pole, as it is pulled by hand through the Kathmandu Valley.
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By systematically analyzing Dante's attitudes toward the poets who appear throughout his texts, Teodolinda Barolini examines his beliefs about the limits and purposes of textuality and, most crucially, the relationship of textuality to truth.
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This essay reads Pound’s own language of textuality and orality in the Cantos alongside his comments on modernist print culture in order to argue that Pound consistently tested the limits of material textuality even as he drew metaphorical power from the language of book history and print culture.
moments and forms of textuality aim at uncovering how they also represent seminal moments in Bruno Latour’s development of the theoretical and methodological complex now referred to as ANT.
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Equiano endorses specific natural histories but remains cynical about the fulfilment of their implicit promises.