A Rhetoric of Silence and Other Selected Writings

A Rhetoric of Silence and Other Selected Writings

von Lisa Block De Behar
Hardcover - 9783110144253
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Beschreibung

Frontmatter -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 The silence intended: some exclusions necessary for its definition -- Chapter 2 Rhetoric: state of the art -- Chapter 3 Praise of reading -- Chapter 4 Silence and its double: a history of literature or a history ofreading? -- Chapter 5 Lector e-lector -- Chapter 6 Problems of “repeated discourse” -- Chapter 7 The (di)vision of man and the crisis of coherence -- Chapter 8 Familiarity and strangeness: repetition-fragmentation. The narrative of Felisberto Hernández -- Chapter 9 The era of the reader -- Chapter 10 Critical avidity -- Chapter 11 «Le style c’est, au moins, deux hommes» -- Chapter 12 Every reader reads -- Chapter 13 A read reader -- Chapter 14 The rights of the reader -- Chapter 15 Solidity and precariousness of the text -- Chapter 16 Reading and interdiction; between word and word, silence -- Chapter 17 Writing and interdiction -- Chapter 18 The reticence of the text -- Selected writings -- Borges and the invention of the name -- Finland-bound (on the way to Finland). -- The miracle of the roses and Borges’ ultrarealism -- Between two languages: Jules Laforgue, a Uruguayan “figure”. Biographical and poetical notes for the study of a rhetorical figure -- Anaphoric imagination in cinema: an approach to Fellini’s Intervista -- Symbols as pass-words between spaces and species -- Narration under discussion: a question of angels, men, nouns and pronouns -- The paradoxes of paradoxes -- Notes -- References -- Subject index

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Verlag De Gruyter Mouton
Ersterscheinung August 1995
Maße 230 mm x 155 mm x 29 mm
Gewicht 719 Gramm
Format Hardcover
ISBN-13 9783110144253
Auflage Nicht bekannt
Seiten 340

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