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The ethics of literary communication : genuineness, directness, indirectness

Author: Roger D Sell; Adam Borch; Inna Lindgren
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2013]
Series: Dialogue studies, volume 19
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Is there a risk, for instance, that a very direct manner of writing could be unacceptably coercive, or that a more indirect manner could be irresponsible, or positively deceitful? This title opens up  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roger D Sell; Adam Borch; Inna Lindgren
ISBN: 9789027210364 9027210365 9027271682 9789027271686
OCLC Number: 844073841
Description: xii, 271 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Acknowledgements; 2. Contributors; 3. Chapter 1. Introduction (by Sell, Roger D.); 4. Chapter 2. Herbert's considerateness: A communicational assessment (by Sell, Roger D.); 5. Chapter 3. "Not my readers but the readers of their own selves": Literature as communication with the self in Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu (by Orhanen, Anna); 6. Chapter 4. Intersubjective positioning and community-making: E. E. Cummings's Preface to his Collected Poems 1923-1958 (by Saki, Mohamed); 7. Chapter 5. Genuine and distorted communication in autobiographical writing: E. M. Forster's "West Hackhurst" and its contexts (by Finch, Jason); 8. Chapter 6. Women and the public sphere: Pope's addressivity through The Dunciad (by Borch, Adam); 9. Chapter 7. Kipling, his narrator, and public interest (by Lindgren, Inna); 10. Chapter 8. Call and response: Autonomy and dialogicity in Isaac Bashevis Singer's The Penitent (by Stromberg, David); 11. Chapter 9. Hypothetical action: Poetry under erasure in Blake, Dickinson and Eliot (by Pettersson, Bo); 12. Chapter 10. Metacommunication as ritual: Contemporary Romanian poetry (by Popescu, Carmen); 13. Chapter 11. Terminal aposiopesis and sublime communication: Shakespeare's Sonnet 126 and Keats's "To Autumn" (by Sell, Jonathan P.A.); 14. Chapter 12. The utopian horizon of communication: Ernst Bloch's Traces and Johann-Peter Hebel's Treasure Chest (by Siebers, Johan); 15. Chapter 13. When philosophy must become literature: Soren Kierkegaard's concept of indirect communication (by Husch, Sebastian); 16. Chapter 14. An aesthetics of indirection in novels and letters: Balzac's communication with Evelina Hanska (by Szypula, Ewa); 17. Chapter 15. Letters from a (post-)troubled city: Epistolary communication in Ciaran Carson's The Pen Friend (by Conan, Catherine); 18. Index
Series Title: Dialogue studies, volume 19
Responsibility: edited by Roger D. Sell, Adam Borch, Inna Lindgren, Åbo Akademi University.
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