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Literature as dialogue : invitations offered and negotiated

Author: Roger D Sell
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014.
Series: Dialogue studies, v. 22.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How is it that some texts achieve the status of literature? Partly, at least, because the relationship they allow between their writers and the people who respond to them is fundamentally egalitarian. This is the insight explored by members of the Åbo literary communication network, who in this new book develop fresh approaches to literary works of widely varied provenance. The authors examined have written in  Read more...
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Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Literature as dialogue
(DLC) 2014013839
(OCoLC)879329608
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Roger D Sell
ISBN: 9789027269898 9027269890 1306978955 9781306978958
OCLC Number: 888204520
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. List of figures; 2. Acknowledgements; 3. Contributors; 4. Introduction (by Sell, Roger D.); 5. Part I. Communicational criticism: Evaluating the invitations offered to audiences by writers; 6. Dialogue and dialogicity: Swift's A Modest Proposal and Plato's Crito (by Fishelov, David); 7. Silence and dialogue: The hermetic poetry of Wang Wei and Paul Celan (by Chen, Yi); 8. Multifaceted postmodernist dialogue: Julian Barnes's Talking It Over and Love, etc. (by Muzdeka, Nina); 9. Misunderstanding and embodied communication: The Comedy of Errors (by Castore, Antonio); 10. The dialogic potential of "literary autism": Caryl Phillips's Higher Ground (1989) and Marie NDiaye's Trois femmes puissantes (2009) (by Ledent, Benedicte); 11. Narrative and talk-back: Joseph Conrad's "Falk" (by Toker, Leona); 12. Part II. Mediating criticism: Helping audiences to negotiate writers' invitations; 13. The role of emotions in literary communication: Joyce's The Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (by Muller-Wood, Anja); 14. In dialogue with the ageing Wordsworth (by Sell, Roger D.); 15. Rules of exchange in mediaeval plays and play manuscripts (by King, Pamela M.); 16. Subjectivity and the dialogic self: The Christian Orthodox poetry of Scott Cairns and Cristian Popescu (by Popescu, Carmen); 17. Dialogues with Whitman in Polish: From a series of translations, through a series of retextualizations, towards a reception series: (by Skwara, Marta Anna); 18. Dialogues of cultures and national identity: Reuven Asher Braudes' The Two Poles (by Rimon, Helena); 19. Early Romantic hopes of dialogue: Friedrich Schlegel's fragments (by Lejeune, Guillaume); 20. Index
Series Title: Dialogue studies, v. 22.
Responsibility: edited by Roger D. Sell, Åbo Akademi University.

Abstract:

How is it that some texts achieve the status of literature? Partly, at least, because the relationship they allow between their writers and the people who respond to them is fundamentally egalitarian. This is the insight explored by members of the Åbo literary communication network, who in this new book develop fresh approaches to literary works of widely varied provenance. The authors examined have written in Ancient Greek, Táng Dynasty Chinese, Middle, Modern and Contemporary English, German, Romanian, Polish, Russian and Hebrew. But each and every one of them is shown as having offered thei.

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