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Literariness.

Author: Edward Balcerzan
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Peter Lang AG, 2015.
Series: Studies in Modern Polish Literature and Culture.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Balcerzan, Edward
Literariness : Models, gradations, experiments
Frankfurt : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften,c2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edward Balcerzan
ISBN: 9783653043815 3653043816
OCLC Number: 934433288
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Table of Contents; Point of Departure: Literary Impulses; The Formal/Linguistic Impulse; The Emotional Impulse; The Ideological Impulse; A Digression on (Literary Theory) Metaphors; The Academic Impulse; Chapter 1:"The Structures of Literariness; The "Contradictory" Conception of Literariness: A Universal Model; Breakdowns and Communicative Energies; Between the Expressible and the Inexpressible; Inexpressible or Unexpressed?; Between the Visible and the Invisible; Bolesław Leśmian's "Moonlight Poem"; Between Ontology and Poetics; The Ontology of a "Tectonic" Work The Ontology of the "Model of the World"Chapter 2:"Paradigms of Literariness; Literature as a Paradigm; Discernible Literature ; Lexicographical Crossroads ; The Term "Literature" in a Historical Kaleidoscope; The Literature of Literary Critics; The Limited Imagination; The Limits of Literature, the Limits of History, the Limits of Limits; The Communication Paradigm of Literature; Chapter 3:"Literariness in the Spacetimes of Its Reception; Originary Literariness; The Sets of (Auto-)Reception; Literature from Literature, and from Elsewhere; Literature ""in Statu Nascendi"" The Literary Auto-communication Set in Authors' Poetics and in Research SpecializationsChapter 4:"Metaphors, Interpretations, Great Silva Rerums; Metaphor and Interpretation; An Example: Stanisław Grochowiak's Roses; Abducted by the Figurative; The Literariness of Interpretation; The Literary Whole from a Gradated Perspective; Lesser and Greater ""Silvae Rerum""; A Great Interpretation of the Great ""Silva Rerum""; The Example of the Mickiewicz Tradition; The First Axiological Aim, or, Greatness and Smallness; The Second Axiological Aim, or, Timeliness and Historicity Communicative Aims, or, the Certainty and Uncertainty of MeaningThe Great Interpretation of the Krakow Avant Garde; A Scattered Avant Garde ; The First Circle: The Scattering of the Nomenclature; The Second Circle: The Scattering of Distinguishing Features; The Third Circle: The Scattering of Spacetime; Chapter 5:"The Return of Structuralism; (Methodological) Turns, Retreats, and Returns; The Anti-Structuralist Turn; The Debate on Evaluation; Axiological Constraints; Established Norms in Research; The Retreat from Literature; A Garden of Private Delights, or New Institutionalism? Deconstruction? More Like an ExperimentA Place in History; The Lighting of Structuralism; Chapter 6:"Paraliterature: The Third Sphere, Which Is Really the First; Another Debate: On Dichotomies; Breaking the Dichotomies; Are the Limits or Spheres of Speech Fully Sovereign?; Paraliterature and Speech Specializations; A Sample of Paraliterature: The World in a Letter; Chapter 7:"Doubles and Reflections of Literariness in the Semiotic Universe ; The Literariness of Space; Time Speaks in Space, Space Speaks in Time; Space, Genres, Rules of Coherence; Toward a Multimedia Genology
Series Title: Studies in Modern Polish Literature and Culture.

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