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|Statement||Mary Ann Caws.|
|LC Classifications||PN1161 .C3|
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|Pagination||xv, 202 p. :|
|Number of Pages||202|
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[Mary Ann Caws] -- In this book the author looks the metaphor of passage, one that occurs in the poetic act; she also includes the progression of poetry from the "surrealist baroque" to surrealism itself (breton.
BOOK REVIEWS A METAPOETICS OF THE PASSAGE: ARCHITEXTURES IN SURREALISM AND AFTER. By Mary Ann Caws. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, xv, p. As we have come to expect from Mary Ann Caws, the guiding image given in her title serves on more than one level; it describes images of passing and of pas.
While “The Passage” has been billed as a “vampire epic” and a “horror story” it is neither. True, the plot revolves around a virus that turns humans into vampire-like creatures, but the creatures themselves are not the driving force of the book.
This collection of 'aphorisms, thoughts and maxims' repairs something of the split by organizing the precepts that stand behind the making and reception of the arts into a unified 'metapoetics'.
The book reflects on its own lapidary manner, investigates three representative theatres of life (power, love and death), and asserts our continuing need for the Gods and magic. METAPOETICS AND THE BISSULA Among the extant verse-epistles addressed by Ausonius of Bordeaux to his fellow-rhetor and fellow-poet Axius Paulus is a letter of ‘mixed’ type (Ep.5 Green).
1 In the manuscript tradition. Free Online Library: Iambic metapoetics in Horace, Epodes 8 and by "Helios"; History Literature, writing, book reviews Social sciences, general Poets Sexual behavior Printer Frien, articles and books.
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As W.B. Stanford notes, in Books 23 and 24 ‘we are made to feel that the supreme crisis is past: the turbulence is only such as follows a storm.’2 Book 22 (the Mnesterophonia) occupies an awkward place in the narrative; it is an end-point but it is not the end of the poem.
I argue that the poet, mindful of Book 22’s narrative weight. metapoetics Tautology. For poets make sad mechanics with their lyric lore – Byron. A rock is heavy hard supposedly static with jagged edges and deaf surfaces like a stone or a pebble in fact they are the same thing.
language is light flimsy supposedly manifold with soft melting angles. A Metapoetics of the Passage: Architextures in Surrealism and After, University Press of New England, The Eye in the Text: Essays on Perception, Mannerist to Modern, Princeton University Press, Russian Formalism: A Metapoetics (Revised) Russian Formalism, one of the twentieth century's most important movements in literary criticism, has /5.
[Show full abstract] apostrophes in Nonnus are found in book 25 of the Dionysiaca, a passage rife with explicit poetological discussion of the relation between the.
This passage is overtly about the literal act of ploughing, the first technical subject of the Georgics, but as in Catullus we find the idea of making furrows in a flat surface as a possible symbol for the act of writing (compare scindimus aequor with proscidit aequor), and the iron of ferrum could be the metal of the writing stilus.
MIRROR PASSAGE: A section of a story that might not contribute directly to the plot (i.e., it contains characters divorced from the main narrative, and the events it deals with do not further the action) but which does reflect the basic concerns of the work in terms of theme, action, or symbolism or which seems to echo another scene, image, or situation.
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Mary Ann Caws (shelved 1. Through phenomenological attention, a poetics of immediacy or, as Mary Ann Caws (a prolific and important authority in the study and translation of Surrealism and poetry) entitled her book, A Metapoetics of the Passage. In Book 12 of Quintus Smyrnaeus’ Posthomerica (c.
third century C.E.) The programmatic significance of the passage is first suggested by its position in 4 The most in-depth treatment of the proem’s metapoetics is S. Bär, ‘Quintus Smyrnaeus und die. Self-Shadowing Prey, one of the final texts by the Romanian poet Ghérasim Luca (–), is clearly constructed around A Metapoetics of the Passage The Eye in the Text The Poetry of Dada and Surrealism Translations And I am irrationally delighted by part of this bookFile Size: 2MB.
connecting passage, bridge, or corridor between elements as it relates to the material of the text or to that stretching between two texts [ ] (Mary Ann Caws, A Metapoetics of the Passage: Architextures in Surrealism and After, Hanover and London:.
Already in the Homeric description of Achilles' shield (Il. ), we find the respective resources of pictures and poetry pitched against one other, in a passage that plays with the respective visibility of words and the audibility of images.
By the late sixth century BCE, the relationship between poetry and painting seems to have been Cited by: This highly accessible, user-friendly work provides a fresh and illuminating introduction to the most important aspects of Latin prose and poetry.
Readers are constantly encouraged to think for themselves about how and why we study the texts in question. They are stimulated and inspired to do their own further reading through engagement with a wide selection of translated.
In this paper I intend to examine some instances of narrative and poetic self-consciousness in Aeneid 3 as manifested in the rich textures and inter/intratextualities of its beginning and end.
First I discuss the devices used to mark the beginning of the narrative in Book 3 (sailing imagery – key motifs of proems – temporal punctuation) and then I propose a systematic analysis of the end Author: Helen Gasti. The author of this book attempts to look at the literature from a different perspective, tracking in the footsteps of utopia as a way of thinking, courage of combining intellectual rigor with.
Henkel, John H. Writing Poems On Trees: Genre and Metapoetics In Vergil's Eclogues and Georgics. https pointed allusion to Aratus and his Hellenistic reception in Vergil's passage on the farmer's nighttime activities (Geo.
presentations, conference papers or white papers. If you would like to deposit a peer-reviewed Author: John H. Henkel. Alexander was a legend during his own time. In a now-lost history of the king, the historical Callisthenes described the sea in Cilicia as drawing back from him in g after Alexander's death, another participant, Onesicritus, invented a tryst between Alexander and Thalestris, queen of the mythical Amazons.
(According to Plutarch, when Onesicritus read this passage. This article offers a detailed examination of Ovid's Tereus, Procne and Philomela épisode (Met. Our focus on the tale's literary and thematic profile, within its history of reception (from Seneca's Thyestes through Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus to Ransmayr's The Last World).
We consider four interrelated features of Ovid's narrative that have attracted the attention of Cited by: 3. Any literary passage is subdued to a moment when it was created. This context can become a literary movement, with its own traits and specific characteristics, or belong to the author's individual universe.
In both cases you should analyze the characteristics of this historical moment in which the text was written and compare them to the text,as well as citing influences. Russian Formalism, one of the twentieth century's most important movements in literary criticism, has received far less attention than most of its rivals.
Examining Formalism in light of more recent developments in literary theory, Peter Steiner here offers the most comprehensive critique of Formalism to : A Metapoetics of the Passage: Architextures Surrealist and After.
Hanover: University of New England Press, Hanover: University of New England Press. A Companion to Vergil’s Aeneid and its Tradition presents a collection of original interpretive essays that represent an innovative addition to the body of Vergil scholarship.
Provides fresh approaches to traditional Vergil scholarship and new insights into unfamiliar aspects of Vergil's textual history Features contributions by an international team of the most 5/5(1). Looking for books by Mary Ann Caws.
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Russian formalism by P. Steiner,Cornell University Press edition, PDF in English Russian Formalism A MetapoeticsCited by: Echoing Hylas: A Study in Hellenistic and Roman Metapoetics.
By Mark Heerink. Wisconsin Studies in Classics. Madison: The University of Wisconsin Press, Pp. xii + Cloth, $ ISBN Reviewed by Goran Vidović, University of Belgrade The story of Heracles' young companion Hylas is generally as follows: during a break on the.
poetry dealing with the topic of poetry Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Description: The French Review is the official journal of the American Association of Teachers of French and has the largest circulation of any scholarly journal of French studies in the world.
The Review publishes articles and reviews on French and francophone literature, cinema, society and culture, linguistics, technology, and pedagogy six times a year. The book was in my mailbox when I got home last night. Wonderful condition for a year-old book. Nice condition in any case. I am very pleased.
Thank you. A bit of trivia: You are only the second seller in six years not to tape the pull strip so it can't be used. Congratulations. Take care, and many, many thanks. From Calathos to Carmen: Metapoetics in the Story of the Daughters of Minyas (Ovid Metamorphoses 4) by Magdalena Ohrman Introduction In this chapter, I will revisit two passages from Ovid’s Metamorphoses, both of which are often read as using weaving as a metaphor for Ovid’s own writing.
I am interested in potential. Metapoetics and Minerva in Ovid’s Fasti At Fasti Ovid exhorts a catalogue of celebrants—weavers and fullers, teachers and students—to worship Minerva, patron goddess of crafts, during the festival Quinquatrus.
Scholarship on this passage primarily discusses the social history of the festival (Frazer. He then provides detailed analyses of individual works by poets from Finch, Swift and Pope, to Gray, Cowper and Barbauld.
An approachable introduction to English poetry and major poets of the eighteenth century, this book provides a grounding in poetic analysis useful to students and general readers of literature.Dionysus' mythical conquest of India, and his passage from East to West make him a suitable figure to think about colonization narratives and cultural transfer.
But we aim to go beyond the binary notion of 'Rome receiving Greece' and beyond the idea of hermetic national categories by looking at the closely-meshed interactions between Greek and.On the topic of metapoetic passages, see Caws, Metapoetics of the Passage.
On poetic closure in general, see the seminal book by Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Poetic Closure: A Study of How Poems End (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ); see also Dan P. Fowler, "First Thoughts on Closure: Problems and Prospects," Materiali e discussioni per.