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Eco's chaosmos : from the Middle Ages to postmodernity

著者: Cristina Farronato
出版: Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, ©2003.
シリーズ: Toronto Italian studies.
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"While Umberto Eco's intellectual itinerary was marked by his early studies of post-Crocean aesthetics and his concentration on linguistics, information theory, structuralism, semiotics, cognitive science, and media studies, what distinguishes his critical and fictional writing is the tension between a typically medieval search for a code and a hermeneutic representative of deconstructive tendencies. This tension  続きを読む
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関連の人物: Umberto Eco; Umberto Eco; Umberto Eco
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Cristina Farronato
ISBN: 0802087892 9780802087898 0802085865 9780802085863
OCLC No.: 52574799
形態 xiv, 246 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
コンテンツ: Introduction --
From cosmos to chaosmos: Eco and Joyce --
Semiotics as a solution: from a theory of aesthetics to the study of culture --
The aesthetics of reception and the reflection on the reader: from the labyrinth to the Southern Seas --
Intertextuality: the Middle Ages, postmodernity, and the use of citation --
A theory of medieval laughter: the comic, humour, and wit --
The whodunit and Eco's postmodern fiction --
Baudolino and the language of monsters --
Conclusion.
シリーズタイトル: Toronto Italian studies.
責任者: Cristina Farronato.

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Eco's Chaosmos demonstrates how Eco's use of semiotic theory is important for an understanding of the postmodern aspects of today's literature and culture.  続きを読む

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