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Mimologics (Stages) e-book

Author:

Thais E. Morgan,Gerald Prince,Gerard Genette

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

History & Criticism

ePub size:

1638 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

University of Nebraska Press (June 1, 1995)

Pages:

446

ISBN:

0803270445

Mimologics (Stages) e-book

by Thais E. Morgan,Gerald Prince,Gerard Genette


Gérard Genette (Author), Gerald Prince (Foreword), Thaïs E. Morgan (Translator) & 0 more. Morgan's theoretical introduction usefully locates the book's 18 chapters in the tradition of mimologics, and a brief but helpful foreword-written with characteristic crystalline wit by Gerald Prince-places this work in the context of Genette's career. R. Warhol, Choice Choice "This book will. enable Genette's work in its multifaceted richness to be better understood, as it.

Written by. Gerard Genette. Translated by. Thais E. Morgan. Foreword by. Gerald Prince. Deeply learned, the book draws upon the traditions-both sane and eccentric-of philosophy, linguistics, poetics, and comparative literature. Thaïs E. Morgan is an associate professor of English at Arizona State University.

Gérard Genette, Thais E. Morgan (Translation). Gerald Prince (Foreword).

Mimologics - Stages (Paperback). Gerard Genette (author), Thais E. Morgan (translator), Gerald Prince (foreword). Warhol, Choice Choice "This book will.

Gerard Genette, Thais E. Morgan, Gerald Prince. Do words-their sounds and shapes, their lengths and patterns-imitate the world? Mimology says they do. First argued in Plato's Cratylus more than two thousand years ago, mimology has left an important mark in virtually every major art and artistic theory thereafter. Its complicated traditions require a sure grip but a light touch. One of the few scholars capable of giving mimology such genial attention is Gerard Genette

His single most important book, Mimologics bridges mainstream literary .

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Deeply learned, the book draws upon the traditions?both sane and eccentric?of philosophy, linguistics, poetics, and comparative literature. First argued in Plato?s Cratylus more than two thousand years ago, mimology has left an important mark in virtually every major art and artistic theory thereafter.

Books By Gerard Genette. Essays in Aesthetics (Stages) Jul 01, 2005. by Gerard Genette, Thais E. by Gerard Genette, Dorrit Cohn.

Gérard Genette (7 June 1930 – 11 May 2018) was a French literary theorist, associated in particular with the structuralist movement and such figures as Roland Barthes and Claude Lévi-Strauss.

Gérard Genette (7 June 1930 – 11 May 2018) was a French literary theorist, associated in particular with the structuralist movement and such figures as Roland Barthes and Claude Lévi-Strauss, from whom he adapted the concept of bricolage. Genette was born in Paris, where he studied at the Lycée Lakanal and the École Normale Supérieure, University of Paris. After leaving the French Communist Party, Genette was a member of Socialisme ou Barbarie during 1957–8.

Do words—their sounds and shapes, their lengths and patterns—imitate the world? Mimology says they do. First argued in Plato’s Cratylus more than two thousand years ago, mimology has left an important mark in virtually every major art and artistic theory thereafter.  Fascinating and many-faceted, mimology is the basis of language sciences and incites occasional hilarity. Its complicated traditions require a sure grip but a light touch. One of the few scholars capable of giving mimology such genial attention is Gérard Genette. Genette treats matters as basic and staid as the alphabet and as reverberating as the letter R in ur-linguistics.  Genette has emerged as one of the two or three chief literary critics of modern France. He is the major practitioner of narratological criticism, a pioneer in structuralism, and a much admired literary historian. His single most important book, Mimologics bridges mainstream literary history and Genette’s expertise in critical method by undertaking an intensive study of the most vexed of literary problems: language as a representation of reality. Deeply learned, the book draws upon the traditions—both sane and eccentric—of philosophy, linguistics, poetics, and comparative literature.

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