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Repetition, recurrence, returns : how cultural renewal works

Author: Joan Ramon Resina; Christoph Wulf
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2019] ©2019
Series: Transforming literary studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Repetition is constitutive of human life. Unlike simple recall, repetition is permeated by the past and the present and is oriented toward the future. This book investigates the significance of different forms of repetition in literature, culture, and society through studies of the function and importance of an array of repetitive phenomenon." --
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Repetition, recurrence, returns
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2019]
(DLC) 2019006309
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Repetition, recurrence, returns
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2019]
(DLC) 2019003988
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Ramon Resina; Christoph Wulf
ISBN: 9781498593991 1498593992
OCLC Number: 1081351688
Description: xxii, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Part 1. Human development: memory and self-transformation in ritual and mimetic processes. Repetition of the self in memory and anticipation / Joan Ramon Resina --
Repetition and reenactment in rituals / Axel Michaels --
Repetitions and difference in physical, mimetic, and ritual processes / Christoph Wulf --
Repetition, training, exercise: from Plato's care of the soul to the contemporary self-help industry / Almut-Barbara Renger --
Part 2. The need to repeat: education, rhetoric, and conversation. The need to repeat: young childrens' reliving of stories / Ursula Stenger ; translated by James Garrison --
Re-petition in (therapeutic) conversation: a psychoanalyst's perspective using conversation analysis / Michael B. Buchholz --
Notes on rhetoric and repetition in tourism / Stephanie Malia Hom --
Part 3. Creativity: rhythm and repetition. Etoku and rhythms of nature / Shoko Suzuki --
The births of rhythm: John Dewey and aesthetic form / Vincent Barletta --
Repeating sound, sounding repetition in music / Tiago de Oliviera Pinto --
Gertrud Stein on serial repetition / Ulla Haselstein --
Part 4. Aesthetics: repetition and creation of art. Creativity and repetition: Some notes on the practice and cultural discourses of literary creativity / Günter Blamberger --
The compulsion to be cruel: contemporary returns / Isabel Capeloa Gil --
Leap into the open sky: political theater as a return to the past / Matthias Warstat --
The domestication of sound: on the generativity of repetition / Holger Schulze --
"Let's do it again?!" shaping "global" art production in urban Nepal / Christiane Brosius.
Series Title: Transforming literary studies.
Other Titles: How cultural renewal works
Responsibility: [edited by] Joan Ramon Resina and Christoph Wulf.

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