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Exploring Textual Action - Lars Sætre - Bog

Indbinding: Hæftet
Redigeret af Lars Sætre, Patrizia Lombardo og Anders M. Gullestad Exploring Textual Action questions how we analyse works of art after the performative turn and shows how the interplay of... Læs mere.
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Redigeret af Lars Sætre, Patrizia Lombardo og Anders M. Gullestad

Exploring Textual Action questions how we analyse works of art after the performative turn and shows how the interplay of performativity (textual action), space and topography, and the converging of genres and art forms is essential in modern drama, theatre, prose fiction, poetry and film. The volume also fosters a keen concern for the development of congenial theory.

Its 14 detailed essays analyse works of art ranging from Balzac, Melville and George Eliot, to Breton, Kafka, Benjamin, Blixen and Woolf; and from W. C. Williams, Bresson and Scorsese, to Sarraute, Duras, Reygadas, Dumont and Waltz. The approach of these studies discloses the art works as creative and dynamic utterances with active and shaping forces so powerful, and consequential, that they have the potential to transform human perception and blur clear distinctions between art and "real" life. Using an alternative and dynamic method and suggesting a direction towards the detailed analysis of literature, art, media and culture, Exploring Textual Action addresses current debates within the humanities.

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Forfatter(e)Lars Sætre Anders M. Gullestad Patrizia Lombardo
Genre(r)Kunst Og Kultur
UdgivelsesdatoEr udgivet
ISBN-139788779344600
ISBN-108779344607
IndbindingHæftet
SprogEngelsk
Udgave1
Oplag1
Sidetal440
DimensionerBredde: 14.3Cm - Højde: 22Cm
TagsExploring Textual Action, Bøger, Bog


Sprog: EngelskNiveau: fagligt niveau

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