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Chinese Theories of Reading and Writing : a Route to Hermeneutics and Open Poetics.

Author: Ming Dong Gu
Publisher: Ithaca : State University of New York Press, 2005.
Series: SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture.
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Gu, Ming Dong.
Chinese Theories of Reading and Writing : A Route to Hermeneutics and Open Poetics.
Ithaca : State University of New York Press, ©2005
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ming Dong Gu
ISBN: 9780791483473 0791483479
OCLC Number: 923408028
Notes: ""Fiction as a linguistic representation of the one""
Description: 1 online resource (304 pages).
Contents: ""CHINESE THEORIES OF FICTION""; ""Contents""; ""Preface""; ""ABSTRACT""; ""INTRODUCTION: Theory of Fiction: A Chinese Perspective""; ""INTERNATIONALIZATION OF CHINESE FICTION""; ""A CRITIQUE OF REALISM""; ""A CRITIQUE OF HISTORY""; ""A CRITIQUE OF THE POETRY-FICTION DIVIDE""; ""OBJECTIVES OF INQUIRY""; ""SCOPE OF I NQUIRY""; ""ASSUMPTIONS AND METHODOLOGY""; ""1. Chinese Notions of Fiction""; ""CHINESE XIAOSHUO AND WESTERN “FICTION�""; ""FROM “XIAOSHUO� TO XIAOSHUO""; ""THE CONTINUITY OF FICTIONALITY IN XIAOSHUO""; ""THE INTRINSIC NATURE OF XIAOSHUO"" ""THE P ROBLEM OF SELF-CONSCIOUS FICTIONALIZATION""""2. The Nature of (Chinese) Fiction""; ""A DEFINITION OF FICTION""; ""FICTIONALITY:THE CONCEPTUAL CORE OF XIAOSHUO""; ""A DEFINITION OF PURE FICTION""; ""INTRINSIC REASONS FOR THE RISE OF FICTION""; ""HISTORICAL AND NARRATIVE INERTIA""; ""FROM STORYTELLING TO FICTIONAL ART""; ""3. The Aesthetic Turn in Chinese Fiction""; ""THE INITIAL TURN TO FICTIONALITYIN EARLY XIAOSHUO""; ""THE TURN TO REALISM AND INWARDNESS""; ""THE TURN TO MULTIPLICITY IN THE FULL-LENGTH NOVEL""; ""THE DRIVE TOWARD PURE FICTION"" ""A CHANGE IN MODEL FOR FICTION WRITING""""THE LINGUISTIC TURN TO FICTION AS VERBAL ART""; ""4. The Poetic Nature of Chinese Fiction""; ""THE LYRIC UNCONSCIOUS OF CHINESE FICTION""; ""POETICIZATION OF PROSE FICTION""; ""THE RISE OF POETIC FICTION""; ""INTRINSIC POETIC QUALITIES IN FICTION""; ""A DEFINITION OF POETIC FICTION""; ""LYRICAL REALISM AND MYTHICAL REALISM""; ""AESTHETIC SUGGESTIVENESS:HALLMARK OF FICTIONAL ART""; ""5. The Art of the Jin Ping Mei: Poetics of Pure Fiction""; ""A SELF-CONSCIOUS TURN TO PURE FICTION""; ""A NOVELISTIC CONCEPTION OF WEAVING"" ""CREATIVE IMPULSE AND MOTIVATIONFOR FICTION MAKING""""THE INVENTION OF CHARACTERS AND PLOT""; ""A DISSEMINATIVE PARADIGM OF READING/WRITING""; ""THE POETICS OF FABRICATION""; ""A NOVEL OF MULTIPLE DIMENSIONS""; ""6. The Art of the Hongloumeng: Poetic Fiction and Open Fiction""; ""THE ONTOLOGY OF REPRESENTATION""; ""THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF REPRESENTATION""; ""CREATIVE VISION: OPENNESS OF FICTION""; ""DREAMS AND THE MAKING OF POETIC FICTION""; ""THE POETIC UNCONSCIOUS AND POETICS OF OPENNESS""; ""A WRITING MODEL OF OPEN FICTION""; ""7. Theory of Fiction: A Chinese System"" ""A SYNTHETIC OVERVIEW""""GENES I S: LYRICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RISE""; ""ONTOLOGY:BEING IN NONBEING OR REAL IN UNREAL""; ""EPISTEMOLOGY:MAKE-BELIEVE OR TAKING THE UNREAL AS REAL""; ""CREATIVE CONCEPTION: MANY- IN-ONE TOTALITY""; ""MODEL OF WRITING: LINGUISTIC DISSEMINATION""; ""A DEF INITION OF OPEN FICTION""; ""THEORY OF READING: OPEN HERMENEUTICS""; ""Conclusion: Toward a Transcultural Theory of Fiction""; ""CONCEPTUAL ROOTS OFSAMENESS AND D IFFERENCE""; ""MIMETIC DOGMA AND CHINESE DISSENT""; ""CONCEPTUAL BASIS FORA TRANSCULTURAL FICTION THEORY""
Series Title: SUNY series in Chinese philosophy and culture.

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