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Masers and lasers : a bibliography

Author: John F Price; A K Dunlap; L R Magnolia; Space Technology Laboratories, inc.; TRW Space Technology Laboratories.
Publisher: Redondo Beach, Calif. : Space Technology Laboratories, 1962.
Series: Research bibliography (STL Technical Library. Advanced Research Group), no. 41.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John F Price; A K Dunlap; L R Magnolia; Space Technology Laboratories, inc.; TRW Space Technology Laboratories.
OCLC Number: 84731
Notes: "Report no. 9990-6052-KU-R01. ASTIA document no. AD 274 843."
Description: v, 161 pages ; 28 cm.
Contents: Part I: Narrative conventions --
Starting points --
What is reading? --
Who is reading? --
The value(s) of authorial reading --
The difficulties of authorial reading --
Rules of reading --
Trumpets, please!: rules of notice --
The hierarchy of detail --
Basic gestures of noticeability --
Privileged positions --
Rules of rupture --
The biggest black eyes I ever saw: rules of signification --
Signification defined --
Rules of source --
Good guys and bad guys: rules of snap moral judgment --
Truth and the narrative audience: the rule of realism --
Post hoc and propter hoc: rules of cause --
The black cloud on the horizon: rules of configuration --
Configuration vs. coherence --
Basic rules of configuration --
Rules of undermining --
Rules of balance: focus --
Rules of balance: action --
The austere simplicity of fiction: rules of coherence --
The nature of coherence --
License to fill --
Rules of surplus --
Rules of naming, bundling, and thematizing --
Part II: The politics of interpretation --
Through The glass key darkly: presupposition and misunderstanding --
Presuppositions and the ambiguity of interpretation --
Getting to the bottom of things --
Popular fiction as a genre --
Scapegoating Carmen: reading misreadings --
Some have greatness thrust upon them: the politics of canon formation.
Series Title: Research bibliography (STL Technical Library. Advanced Research Group), no. 41.
Responsibility: by J.F. Price [and] A.K. Dunlap.

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