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Recognition : the poetics of narrative : interdisciplinary studies on anagnorisis

Author: Philip F Kennedy; Marilyn Lawrence
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2009.
Series: Studies on themes and motifs in literature, v. 96.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This interdisciplinary collection of essays advances the study of anagnorisis ("recognition"), a quintessential concept in Aristotelian poetics. This book explores narrative structure and epistemology by examining how anagnorisis works in narrative fiction, music, and film. Contributors hail from the fields of cinema; opera; religion; medieval and modern English, German, and French literatures; comparative  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Philip F Kennedy; Marilyn Lawrence
ISBN: 9781433102561 1433102560
OCLC Number: 244246630
Description: vi, 263 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Philip F. Kennedy and Marilyn Lawrence --
Narrative conventions and rings of recognition / Wendy Doniger --
Islamic recognitions: an overview / Philip F. Kennedy --
Non-recognition in Sir Triamour: the reversal of romance expectations / Elizabeth Archibald --
Recognition and identity in medieval narrative: the Saracen woman in the Anglo-Norman epic Boeve de Haumtone / Marilyn Lawrence --
Recognition: a challenge for opera studies / Jessica Waldoff --
Singing with tigers: recognition in Wilhelm Meister, Daniel Deronda, and Nights at the circus / Terence Cave --
Hitchcock, knowledge, and sexual difference / Richard Allen --
Looking for patterns in static: recognition, reading, and detecting in G.K. Chesterton and Paul Auster's City of glass / Gina Welty Parkinson --
The politics of reading: revolution and recognition in Jabra Ibrahim Jabra's In search of Walid Masoud / Rebecca Carol Johnson --
The "lone-nut" theory: paranoia and recognition in contemporary American fiction / Daniel Beaumont --
Recognition: the pain and joy of compassion / Piero Boitani --
Mirror-readings: an afterward / Marina Warner.
Series Title: Studies on themes and motifs in literature, v. 96.
Responsibility: edited by Philip F. Kennedy and Marilyn Lawrence.
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"This interdisciplinary collection of essays advances the study of anagnorisis ("recognition"), a quintessential concept in Aristotelian poetics. This book explores narrative structure and epistemology by examining how anagnorisis works in narrative fiction, music, and film. Contributors hail from the fields of cinema; opera; religion; medieval and modern English, German, and French literatures; comparative literature; and Indian (Sanskrit) and Islamic (Arabic) literatures, both classical and modern."--Jacket.

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