The Imaginary Library: An Essay on Literature and Society - Alvin B. Kernan - Google Books. The living handbook of narratology. Definition 1Kantian philosophy regards time and space as the two fundamental categories that structure human experience.
Narrative is widely recognized as the discourse of human experience (Fludernik 1996); yet most definitions, by characterizing stories as the representation of a sequence of events, foreground time at the expense of space. Osiris N.: The Victim and the American Novel - Biyot Kesh Tripathy - Google Books. Skyline: The Narcissistic City - Hubert Damisch. Anadiplosis - Examples and Definition of Anadiplosis. Anadiplosis Definition The term anadiplosis is a Greek word which means “to reduplicate”.
It refers to the repetition of a word or words in successive clauses in such a way that the second clause starts with the same word which marks the end of the previous clause. Anadiplosis exhibits a typical pattern of repeating a word. Saul Bellow's Moral Vision: A Critical Study of the Jewish Experience - L. H. Goldman - Google Books. Picturing the Language of Images - Google Books. Writing and Seeing: Essays on Word and Image - Google Books. Hannah Arendt on Time, Space, and Where Our Thinking Ego Resides. In Lewis Carroll’s Through the Looking Glass, the White Queen remembers the future instead of the past.
This seemingly nonsensical proposition, like so many elements of the beloved book, is a stroke of philosophical genius and prescience on behalf of Lewis Carroll, made half a century before Einstein and Gödel challenged our linear conception of time. But no thinker has addressed how the disorienting nature of time shapes the human experience with more captivating lucidity than Hannah Arendt (October 14, 1906–December 4, 1975), who in 1973 became the first woman to speak at the prestigious Gifford Lectures. Her talk was eventually adapted into two long essays, published as The Life of the Mind (public library) — the same ceaselessly rewarding volume that gave us Arendt on the crucial difference between truth and meaning.
Echoing Thomas Mann’s assertion that “the perishableness of life … imparts value, dignity, interest to life,” Arendt adds: T.S. Intertextual Connections: Structures of Feminine Identification in the Works of Karin Struck. Poetics of the Iconotext - Professor Liliane Louvel - Google Books. Spaces of intertextuality, the intertextuality of space. Intertextuality and Dialogue. Intertextuality and Dialogue (Links) Quoting/ listening/ speaking The Conversation - Drifting index; sound pov.
Postmodernism: Critical texts - Google Books. Postmodernism: Critical texts - Google Books. 37, Saul Bellow. Saul Bellow.
Drawing by Zoran Tucić The interview “took place” over a period of several weeks. Beginning with some exploratory discussions during May of 1965, it was shelved during the summer, and actually accomplished during September and October. Allusion, Authority, and Truth: Critical Perspectives on Greek Poetic and ... - Google Books. Épiphrase. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. « Non je vous jure, je ne vous dis pas cela pour vous flatter, vous avez là une vraie amie comme on n’en a pas beaucoup.
Je vous dirai du reste que si vous ne le savez pas, vous êtes le seul. The Transformation of the English Novel, 1890–1930 - Daniel R. Schwarz - Google Books. "Proteus" - Modernism Lab Essays. From Modernism Lab Essays By Annie Atura and Lee Dionne "Proteus" is the third episode of James Joyce's modernist epic, Ulysses.
“Proteus” is the first fully stream-of-consciousness episode of Ulysses, and, while the style itself is perhaps not particularly experimental in relation to the rest of the novel, it nevertheless features some of Joyce’s densest writing, largely due to the complexity and esotericism of Stephen’s thoughts. At the beginning of “Proteus,” Stephen asks, “Am I walking into eternity along Sandymount strand?” (p. 31), and indeed, his thoughts frequently gravitate toward the eternal, both in space (the idea of walking into eternity) and in time (the sense of a linear genealogy linking Stephen all the way back to Eden).
Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic - Jeffrey H. Richards - Google Books. The American Quest for Pure Movement in Bellow's "Henderson the Rain King" on JSTOR. 'Ch 3. The Case for Place' in A Pedagogy of Place by Brian Wattchow and Mike Brown. Why place?
Why should ‘place’ rather than ‘nature’, ‘environment’ or ‘wilderness’ serve as the central idea around which to organise a book on the philosophy and practice of an alternative form of outdoor education? Place, as a way of understanding how humans live, experience and relate to particular locations on the Earth’s surface, has attracted considerable attention in recent decades across a range of disciplines (cultural geography, anthropology, sociology, phenomenological philosophy, architecture, to name a few). We have already attempted to demonstrate that many of the contemporary assumptions, ideals and practices of outdoor and experiential education may actually be silencing or denying the experience of place for participants.
In doing so it is possible that local communities and their histories, as well as local ecologies are erased from the educational experience. Today we participate almost exclusively with other humans and with our own human-made technologies. SPACES OF UNCERTAINTY. When does the action of a few individuals start to create urban space?
Demonstrating how urban space is divided, conquered, left over and occupied again, the exhibition intends to show how marginalized social processes find their distinctive spaces in different cities. Place and identity a sense of place. Boundaries of Natural Science - Rudolf Steiner - Google Books. Browse by search. Browse by search 71 results save search Type of document Author Domaine Laboratory.
"Four Doctrines of Religiocentric Reflection: Meditative Digressivity in Humboldt's Gift" by Crimmins, Mark - Saul Bellow Journal, Vol. 21, Issue 1-2, Winter 2005. At present we were essentially alone, first in the sense that the recognition of angels was forbidden us by the prevailing worldview, and secondly in our shadowy realization of the existence of others, and consequently of our own existence. Saul Bellow: A Literary Companion - Mark Connelly - Google Books. Urban Space and Cityscapes: Perspectives from Modern and Contemporary Culture - Google Books.
Literary modernism. Literary modernism, or modernist literature, has its origins in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly in Europe and North America, and is characterized by a self-conscious break with traditional ways of writing, in both poetry and prose fiction. Modernists experimented with literary form and expression, adhering to Ezra Pound's maxim to "Make it new". This literary movement was driven by a conscious desire to overturn traditional modes of representation and express the new sensibilities of their time. The horrors of the First World War saw the prevailing assumptions about society reassessed, and modernist writers were influenced by such thinkers as Sigmund Freud and Karl Marx, amongst others, who raised questions about the rationality of the human mind. Origins and precursors
The Waste Land: A Critical Study - Vikramaditya Rai - Google Books. City Codes: Reading the Modern Urban Novel - Hana Wirth-Nesher - Google Books. Humboldt's Gift. After Death, Then What? By Susan J. Fleck. October, 2001. Humboldt’s Gift, by Saul Bellow, is a story of ideas, primarily dealing with the large philosophical questions about the human soul and death. T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land, with Annotations (and other explanations) by Jonathan Vold: The Earth Section : Characters. <---BACK TO THE POEM0.5 ACT ONE: Eliot’s poem follows the structure of a five-act Shakespearean play. Saul Bellow's 100th birthday: Remembering one of Chicago's most famous authors. Saul Bellow Way is a one-block stretch of West Augusta Boulevard in Humboldt Park, running from Rockwell to Washtenaw, and named, of course, for the Chicago writer, who would have been 100 on June 10.
He died in 2005 and received this honorary street seven years later, after his adopted neighborhood, Hyde Park, rejected a proposal for a similar honor. Which was for the better: Saul Bellow Way feels more fitting in Humboldt Park, Bellow's first Chicago residence. Assimilated into the landscape and barely noticed, it's a portrait of unadorned familiarity: rows of two-and-three-flats, facades of red brick and gray stone, a fancy porch railing here and there. Otherwise, unremarkable. In fact, the house Bellow lived in at 9 years old stands out only as less distinctive than the rest, a cement block the color of a baseball glove losing its dye. Review on JSTOR. The Hero in Contemporary American Fiction: The Works of Saul Bellow and Don ... - S. Halldorson - Google Books. Osiris N.: The Victim and the American Novel - Biyot Kesh Tripathy - Google Books. Sustaining Community of 'Reality Instructor': The City in Saul Bellow's Later Fiction on JSTOR.
Henri Bergson. 1. Life and works Bergson was born in Paris on October 18, 1859; he was the second of seven children of a Polish Father and English mother; both of his parents were Jewish. Bergson was a notably exceptional pupil throughout his childhood. Like his German contemporary, Edmund Husserl, Bergson's original training was in mathematics. Bergson won the first prize in mathematics for the prestigious “Concours Général,” which led to the publication of his solution to a problem by Pascal in 1877. Bergson and the Art of Immanence: Painting, Photography, Film - Charlotte De Mille - Google Books. The Protean Self: Human Resilience in an Age of Fragmentation - Robert Jay Lifton - Google Books. The Art of the City - Philippe Birgy - Google Books. Article A H Fysh.
Essays on Boredom and Modernity - Google Books. Ennui, Spleen, And Nothingness – A Concise Look Iinto Baudelaire's The Flowers Of Evil. Bored Out of My Mind: Walter Benjamin and Charles Baudelaire’s Reflections on Boredom, Art, and Experience. Poetics of the Iconotext - Liliane Louvel. Typologies of the Iconotext [Liliane Louvel, Poetics of the Iconotext, 2011.] Leena Eilittä Typologies of the Iconotext. Massey. Thinking Art - Antoon van den Braembussche - Google Books. Writing and Difference Routledge Classics. Jacques Derrida and the Humanities: A Critical Reader - Tom Cohen - Google Books. Space difference everyday life. The City as Metaphor in Selected Novels of James Purdy and Saul B. 09 chapter%201. The Role of Place in Literature - Leonard Lutwack - Google Books. L’Iconotexte revisité, ou les complicités de l’oeil et de l’oreille. Liliane Louvel, Texte/Image. Images à lire, textes à voir Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2002 ISBN: xxxxxxxxxxxx; 268 pp.; EUR 17 Quels sont les modalités et les effets de l’interaction entre texte et image?
Telle est la question que se posait Liliane Louvel dans son livre L’OEil du texte (1998). * L’auteur, qui est professeur de littérature britannique à l’Université de Poitiers, y a examiné “les questions soulevées par la relation infinie entre texte et image lorsque l’image génère le texte ou lorsque, inclusion textuelle, son insertion dans le texte interrompt le flux de la narration…” (p. 15). L’inscription de l’image dans le texte (iconotexte) se trouve fonctionner comme une mise en lumière, un ‘oeil’ du texte. . – le rapport entre image et épistémologie (peindre un objet est une manière de le connaître) – quelques mythes antiques, envisagés dans leurs rapports à la représentation et à l’art – l’interaction entre texte et image (paragone, ut pictura poesis) Liliane Louvel, Poetics of the Iconotext. 1Dans son nouvel ouvrage consacré à l’étude des relations intimes et néanmoins complexes, anciennes mais incessamment renouvelées entre texte et image, Liliane Louvel poursuit l’infini dialogue entre la littérature et les arts visuels — incluant la peinture et la photographie, mais aussi la gravure, la miniature et la cartographie.
S’inscrivant dans le prolongement des ouvrages majeurs de l’auteur, L’œil du texte : Texte et image dans la littérature anglophone (1998), Texte/Image : Images à lire, textes à voir (2002), et Le Tiers pictural : Pour une critique intermédiale (2010), Poetics of the Iconotext (2011) offre une approche nouvelle, en langue anglaise, des modes infiniment variés d’insertion d’une image dans un texte littéraire. 3Dans Poetics of the Iconotext, Liliane Louvel oriente son analyse vers l’élaboration d’une typologie des relations entre texte et image.
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Beast in Chicago: Saul Bellow's Apocalypse in The Dean's December. New York Writing: Urban Art in Don DeLillo's Underworld. Abstract : Through the ekphrastic descriptions occurring in Underworld, Don DeLillo meditates on the place and nature of art in postmodern American society and, at the same time, represents his own art of fiction. 2010 Instants de ville / City Instants. Sous la direction de Nathalie COCHOY Nathalie COCHOY Jean-Luc NANCY Antonio MUNOZ MOLINA Monica MANOLESCU-OANCEA Guillaume TANGUY François WEIL Mario MAFFI Heinz ICKSTADT William Chapman SHARPE Alan TRACHTENBERG Antoine CAZÉ Benoît TADIÉ Frédéric SOUNAC Jean-Michel MAULPOIX Articles “hors thème” Céline SABIRON Claire PARFAIT Anne LESME Comptes-rendus Jean-François VERNAY Sophie CHIARI Hélène CHRISTOL Jean-Christophe MURAT Michel FEITH Gérard HUGUES Jean VIVIÈS.
2012 Marking the Land in North America. The Invention of Nature: The Adventures of Alexander von Humboldt, the Lost Hero of Science: Costa Winner 2015: Amazon.co.uk: Andrea Wulf: 9781848548985: Books. Review. Sweet Home Chicago: Language & Culture - Jennifer Kilgore-Caradec. Munin.uit.no/bitstream/handle/10037/2764/thesis.pdf?sequence=2. Conversations With Saul Bellow A Collection Of Selected Interviews - Google Books.
Bellow: A Biography - James Atlas - Google Books. The Schlemiel as Metaphor: Studies in Yiddish and American Jewish Fiction - Sanford Pinsker - Google Books. Bearing the Bad News: Contemporary American Literature and Culture - Sanford Pinsker - Google Books. Untitled. Did Alexander von Humboldt Invent Environmentalism? On September 14, 1869, the centenary of Alexander von Humboldt’s birth was commemorated in New York—a city Humboldt had never visited—with a parade, a torchlight procession, a proclamation by the mayor, a formal banquet, and the unveiling of a bronze bust in Central Park. Cosmos and Colonialism: Alexander Von Humboldt in Cultural Criticism - Rex Clark, Oliver Lubrich - Google Books.
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