2 edition of Discontinuity and discourse in modern fiction. found in the catalog.
Discontinuity and discourse in modern fiction.
Alan Stewart Singer
Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Washington, 1980.
Summary. Foucault argues that the contemporary study of the history of ideas, although it targets moments of transition between historical worldviews, ultimately depends on continuities that break down under close inspection. The history of ideas marks points of discontinuity between broadly defined modes of knowledge, Author: Michel Foucault. Author(s): Codebò, Marco | Abstract: This paper focuses on the relationship tying modern novels to the archive in the Modern Age following the centralization of the national archives during the French Revolution. It argues that a specific type of fiction that it calls the dossier novel embodies the significant intersection between archival and novelistic archive is the Author: Marco Codebò.
Get this from a library! Elusive childhood: impossible representations in modern fiction. [Susan Honeyman] -- "Elusive Childhood examines how discourse touched by the identity politics of youth might be revised for fairness. Susan Honeyman demonstrates this potential by reading representations of children Missing: Discontinuity. 图书Place and Space in Modern Fiction 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. he avoids the vague characteristics of spatial language in cultural studies by grounding his discussion in narrative discourse. Kort considers the widespread theoretical assumption that modern history is mainly evil and that its yield is concentrated in the modern g: Discontinuity.
A related distinction between story and plot found in Chatman is that between story and discourse: plot is regarded by him as ‘story-as-discoursed’. Although the idea of plot as ‘story-as-discoursed’ is appealing, Chatman may not be entirely consistent in his usage of the instance, story-time is equivalent to plot-time to him, and discourse-time is equivalent to . Elusive Childhood: Impossible Representations in Modern Fiction. By Susan Honeyman. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, pp. Susan Honeyman's Elusive Childhood is an ambitious book that considers various representations of childhood within fiction .
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The Incredulous Reader: Literature and the Function of Disbelief by Clayton Koelb; A Metaphorics of Fiction: Discontinuity and Discourse in the Modem Novel by Alan Singer The Incredulous Reader: Literature and the Function of Disbelief by Clayton Koelb; A Metaphorics of Fiction: Discontinuity and Discourse in the Modem Novel by Alan Singer (pp.
The fictions of metaphor --The metaphors of fiction --The horse who knew too much: metaphor and the narrative of discontinuity in Nightwood --The parody of fate: Second skin and the death of the novel --The need of the present: How it is with the subject in Beckett's novel.
A metaphorics of fiction: discontinuity and discourse in the modern novel / Alan Singer. Format Book Published Tallahassee: University Presses of Florida, c Description xi, p.
; 24 cm. Notes "A Florida State University book." Includes index. Bibliography: p. Subject headings Fiction--Technique. Metaphor. ISBN. discourse (as biology, chemistry, political theory or the analysis of society) and in the nondiscursive context in which it functions (institutions.
The powerful discourse and imagination of rupture and breaking with the past has led many scholars to put particular emphasis on the transfor- mative character of Pentecostalism as a process of individualisation linked to modernity Engelke ; Marshall ;Laurent Laurent, Author: Matthew Engelke.
Narrative Structure in Fiction and Film. 'For the specialist in the study of narrative structure, this is a solid and very perceptive exploration of the issues salient to the telling of a story-whatever the medium. Chatman, whose approach here is at once dualist and structuralist, divides his subject into the 'what' Cited by: The recommendations from The Prince are a necessary evil that must be tolerated for a short time.
The Discourses are a more substantial analysis of the preferred type of government for the long term. Yes, you had to read The Prince, because your professor had to fit something of Machiavelli's into the class, /5.
Books shelved as discourse-analysis: Discourse Analysis by Barbara Johnstone, Discourse Analysis: An Introduction by Brian Paltridge, An Introduction to. David Lodge identified six narrative strategies generally used in post-modern fiction: Contradiction, Permutation, Discontinuity, Randomness and the Short-circuit.
Post-modernism is interested in pleasure. For post-modernism realism is just an incoherent and deluding notion. Post-modernism points a radical indeterminacy. For post-modernism the pattern. POSTMODERN LITERATURE AND RACE teen books, including four second editions, variously translated into ﬁ ve languages, and more than chapters and articles.
and her essays have appeared in Modern Fiction Studies, Th e Journal of Asian American Studies Narrative, and College Size: KB. At the same time, he avoids the vague characteristics of spatial language in cultural studies by grounding his discussion in narrative discourse.
Kort considers the widespread theoretical assumption that modern history is mainly evil and that its yield is concentrated in the modern by: Fictions of Discourse by Patrick O'Neill,using examples from classics and modern European fiction to discuss traditional narrative categories.
Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or. show more. Product details/5(5). He adopted discontinuity as a positive working tool.
Some of the discourse would be regular and continuous over time as knowledge steadily accumulates and society gradually establishes what will constitute truth or reason for the time being.
But, in a transition from one era to the next, there will be overlaps, breaks and discontinuities as society reconfigures the discourse to Books: Mental Illness and Psychology ().
Feminist critical discourse analysis and children’s fantasy fiction – modelling a new approach Sanna Lehtonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland Presented at "Past, present, future – From women’s studies to post-gender research" June,Umeå, Sweden IntroductionFile Size: 50KB.
‘The (Fai)lure of the Aesthetic Ideal and the (Re)formation of Art: The Medieval Paradigm That Frames The Picture of Dorian Gray’ in, and, eds., Medievalism in the Modern World: Essays in Honour of Leslie J. by: 6. Fiction as Language/ Language as Fiction (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press ); Alan Singer, A Metaphorics of Fiction: Discontinuity and Discourse in the Modern Novel (Tallahassee: Florida State University Press ): The subject, by one name or another.
might be said to have become pervasive in French by: 2. Modern discourse Following are ten key characteristics of modern discourse, what many professors and students even now consider the normal or standard way to think, study and argue in the academy: “personal detachment from the issues under discussion,” the separation of participants’ personal identities from subjects of inquiry and topics.
truth concerning the modern architectural knowledge is fictional more than being universal, natural or time-less. The concepts of discontinuity and oppositions can portray a critical review on how the modern architec-tural knowledge has been constructed. Such a critical review can be utilized in the making of future theoriza.
The cruel power of misdirected words, artfully structured but spiritually empty and bearing the stamp of law or legalistic reasoning, is a persistent theme in the modern novel. Richard Weisberg, who has written extensively on both literature and law, explores the role of legalism and its abuses in eight major novels of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Though letter writing is almost a lost art, twentieth-century writers have mimed the epistolary mode as a means of reevaluating the theme of love. In Special Delivery, Linda S. Kauffman places the narrative treatment of love in historical context, showing how politics, economics, and commodity culture have shaped the meaning of desire.
Beginning its life as the sensational entertainment of the eighteenth century, the novel has become the major literary genre of modern times. Drawing on hundreds of examples of famous novels from all over the world, Marina MacKay explores the essential aspects of the novel and its history: where novels came from and why we read them; how we think about their styles and Author: Marina MacKay.
8 Excellent Books on Discourse Analysis for Research Sudents. Share this post: Educatorstechnology Thursday, Aug Books for Teachers In response to a request we received a few days ago from one of our readers, here is a collection of some of the best texts written on ‘Discourse Analysis’.
These works are particularly useful for. (). “You Might Not Call Penelope Fitzgerald a Feminist Writer, but She Is One”: On Gender and the Discourse of Certitude in Offshore.
Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction: Vol. 57, No. 2, pp. Author: Lewis MacLeod.