Open Form And The Shape Of Ideas
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📒Open Form And The Shape Of Ideas ✍ Oscar Kenshur
✏Open Form and the Shape of Ideas Book Summary : This study examines some of the ways in which discontinuous literary forms of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries serve as representations of philosophical ideas. The author provides a critique of Joseph Frank's "Spatial Form" and Umberto Eco's "Open Work" and then offers his own account of the theory of discontinuous form.
📒The United Stories Of America ✍ Rolf Lunden
✏The United Stories of America Book Summary : This book discusses the American short story composite, or short story cycle, a neglected form of writing consisting of autonomous stories interlocking into a whole. This study takes into consideration, to a greater degree than earlier criticism, the short story composite as an open work, emphasizing the tension between the independent stories and the unified work, between the discontinuity and fragmentation, on the one hand, and the totalizing strategies, on the other. The discussion of the genre is illustrated with references to numerous American short story composites.
📒The Genres Of Thomson S The Seasons ✍ Sandro Jung
✏The Genres of Thomson s The Seasons Book Summary : The Genres of Thomson’s The Seasons brings together contributions examining the different generic modes and discourses in Thomson’s descriptive long poem. It aims to provide a better understanding of the generic remit of The Seasons and of the transformation of poetic genres in the eighteenth century in general.
📒A Philosophy Of The Essay ✍ Erin Plunkett
✏A Philosophy of the Essay Book Summary : Erin Plunkett draws from both analytic and continental sources to argue for the philosophical relevance of style, making the case that the essay form is uniquely suited to address the sceptical problem. The authors examined here-Montaigne, Hume, the early German Romantics, Kierkegaard and Stanley Cavell-bring into relief the relationship between scepticism and ordinary life and situate the will to know within a broader frame of meaningful human activity. The formal features of the essay call attention to time, subjectivity, and language as the existential conditions of knowledge. In contrast to foundationalist approaches, which expect philosophy to reach empirical or rational certainty, Plunkett demonstrates through these writings the philosophical advantages of a fragmentary, non-dogmatic style of writing. A Philosophy of the Essay shows how this medium can help us come to terms with the contingency and uncertainty of life.
📒Routledge Encyclopedia Of Narrative Theory ✍ David HERMAN
✏Routledge Encyclopedia of Narrative Theory Book Summary : The past several decades have seen an explosion of interest in narrative, with this multifaceted object of inquiry becoming a central concern in a wide range of disciplinary fields and research contexts. As accounts of what happened to particular people in particular circumstances and with specific consequences, stories have come to be viewed as a basic human strategy for coming to terms with time, process, and change. However, the very predominance of narrative as a focus of interest across multiple disciplines makes it imperative for scholars, teachers, and students to have access to a comprehensive reference resource.
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📒Open Form And The Feminine Imagination ✍ Stephen-Paul Martin
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