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Dialogue and critical discourse : language, culture, critical theory

Author: Michael Steven Macovski
Publisher: New York ; Oxford [England] : Oxford University Press, 1997.
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This interdisciplinary volume of collected, unpublished essays demonstrates the importance of the influential Russian formalist Mikhail Bakhtin's theory of dialogic meaning for a wide range of textual problems. The book is organized around three interlocking dimensions of this dialogue: Part I delineates dialogic interactions between voices of a single text; Part II traces such exchanges on an intertextual level;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Dialogue and critical discourse.
New York : Oxford University Press, 1997
(DLC) 92028231
(OCoLC)26352283
Named Person: M M Bakhtin; M M Bakhtin; M M Bakhtin
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael Steven Macovski
ISBN: 9780198024293 0198024290 9780195070637 0195070631 128052586X 9781280525865 9780195081244 0195081242
OCLC Number: 191948469
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 272 pages)
Contents: Textual voices, vocative texts: dialogue, linguistics, and critical discourse / Michael Macovski --
Narrative transmission : shifting gears in Shelley's "Ozymandias" / Timothy R. Austin --
The power of speech : dialogue as history in the Russian Primary chronicle / Rachel May --
Crossroads to community : Jude the obscure and the chronotype of Wessex / John P. Farrell --
Dialogue in lyric narrative / Paul Friedrich --
Dialogics of the lyric : a symposium on Wordsworth's "Westminster Bridge" and "Beauteous evening" / Don H. Bialostosky --
Involvement as dialogue : linguistic theory and the relation between conversational and literary discourse / Deborah Tannen --
"The bard I quote from" : Byron, Bakhtin, and the appropriation of voices / Michael Macovski --
Marxism, Romanticism, and postmodernism : an American case history / Anne Mack and Jay Rome --
The essay in English : readers and writers in dialogue / Shirley Brice Heath --
Bakhtin and beautiful science : the paradox of cultural relativity revisited / Michael Holquist --
Conversation as dialogue / John R. Searle --
Extracts from a Heteroglossary / Gary Saul Morson with Caryl Emerson.
Responsibility: edited by Michael Macovski.

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This is a collection of previously unpublished essays, by both linguists and literary critics, on the relationship between spoken language and written text in the light of the thought of the  Read more...

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