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Comparative Becomings : Studies in Transition.

Author: Michael G Kelly; Daragh O'Connell
Publisher: Oxford : Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers, 2016.
Series: New comparative criticism.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume reflects how the field of comparative literary scholarship and study is itself faced with the reality of transition: the included contributions, ranging from medieval literature to digital humanities, highlight the diversity of discourse involved, depicting comparative literature as both a transitive and transnational process.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Kelly, Michael G.
Comparative Becomings : Studies in Transition.
Oxford : Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael G Kelly; Daragh O'Connell
ISBN: 9781787071292 1787071294
OCLC Number: 975224983
Description: 1 online resource (290 pages).
Contents: Cover; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Framing Transition(s) in Comparative Studies (Michael G. Kelly); Works Cited; 1 'Denti Alligator': The Dantification of Popular Culture (Daragh O'Connell); Introduction; Critical Postures; Serial Dante; Works Cited; 2 Creating New Myths in the Fifteenth Century: From Ovid's Medea to a Lustful Nun from Barcelona (Gemma Pellissa Prades); Introduction; A Brief Biographical Note; Plot of Faula de Neptuno i Diana; The Influence of Metamorphoses; The Influence of Tragédia de Caldesa; Interpreting Alegre's Fable; Conclusion; Works Cited. 3 Looking for Lucian's Locale: The Case of 'Cuairt ar an nGealaigh' (Jack Fennell)Introduction; Lucian's True History; Translation Complications; Conclusion; Works Cited; 4 Kissing the Earth and Defining Space: Transitions between Folklore, Religion and Literature (Emilia Di Rocco) ; Works Cited; 5 The Language of Birds: Valente, Scholem, Benjamin (Manus O'Dwyer); Valente and Scholem; Scholem and Benjamin: Reading Kafka; Voice; Conclusion; Works Cited; 6 Becoming Nonmodern: Transitory States in Gustav Meyrink's Der Golem (1915) (Kerstin Fest); I; II; III; IV; V; Works Cited. 7 The Animal Metamorphoses of the Artist in Paul Durcan's Intermedial Poetry (Cathy Roche-Liger)Animal Metamorphoses in Self-Portraiture; Glorification of Art and the Artist through Animal Imagery; The Shape-Shifting Snail-Butterfly Poet; Works Cited; 8 'dude I have alts': Computer Technology and Poetic Innovation in John Redmond's MUDe and Geoffrey Squires' Two New Poems (Kenneth Keating); Computer Technology and Irish Poetry: A Contextual Overview; Geoffrey Squires (1942- ) and John Redmond (1967- ): Career Overviews; Form, Content and Computer Technology in MUDe and Two New Poems. ConclusionWorks Cited; 9 How to Play a Film: The Game-Like Pleasures of Digital Home Media (Cathrin Bengesser); New Media --
New Pleasures; Light-Years from the Holodeck; Immersion; Navigation; Puzzle-Solving; The Problem of Agency; The New Media Pleasures of Social TV and Second-Screen TV; Did You Watch It, or Did you Play It?; Works Cited; Films, Games and Television Programmes; 10 'Near Documentary' as Post-Bressonian Aesthetic: Cinematographic Dialoguing between Jeff Wall's Adrian Walker and Ben Rivers' Two Years at Sea (Dara Waldron); Wall, Bresson and 'Near Documentary' The Ethical InterventionThe Post-Bressonian Method: Non-Fiction in Transition; Works Cited; 11 D'un château l'autre: Authorship, Individuation and Utopia in Pola X and De la guerre (Michael G. Kelly); Spatialising (Cinematic) Individuation; Châteaux; Melville's Paradigm; From Authorship to Utopia; Works Cited; Notes on Contributors; Index.
Series Title: New comparative criticism.

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This volume reflects how the field of comparative literary scholarship and study is itself faced with the reality of transition: the included contributions, ranging from medieval literature to digital humanities, highlight the diversity of discourse involved, depicting comparative literature as both a transitive and transnational process.

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