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Fictive discourse and the structures of literature

a phenomenological approach

by FeМЃlix MartiМЃnez Bonati

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca [N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature -- Philosophy.,
  • Psycholinguistics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementFélix Martínez-Bonati ; translated by Philip W. Silver with the author"s collaboration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN45 .M38513 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. ;
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4108773M
    ISBN 100801413087
    LC Control Number80023628

    Quantum fiction is a literary genre that reflects modern experience of the material world and reality as influenced by quantum theory and new principles in quantum genre is not necessarily science-themed and blurs the line separating science fiction and fantasy into a broad scope of mainstream literature that transcends the mechanical model of science and involves .   Fictive States and the State of Fiction in Africa Fictive States and the State of Fiction in Africa TEN KORTENAAR, NEIL 1 Citations of Jamesonâ s piece are now invariably accompanied by citations of Aijaz Ahmadâ s response. FICTIVE STATES AND AFRICA/ Blooms at Night.2 Anonymous and pseudonymous African territories also figure . The Systemic and Empirical Approach to Literature and Culture as Theory and Application. Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of IGEL, Held at the University of Alberta, August Edmonton Author: Matias Martinez, Peter Hühn, Christian Klein, Lukas Werner, Monika Fludernik, Felix Giesa, Markus Ku.


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Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature: A Phenomenological ApproachCited by: 5. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Martínez Bonati, Félix.

Fictive discourse and the structures of literature. Ithaca [N.Y.]: Cornell University Press, Felix Martinez-Bonati is the author of Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), La estr 4/5(7).

This centrally focused collection of articles and lectures examines literary interpretation and the relation of literature to language. The first of the book's three parts introduces the distinction between natural discourse and fictive discourse (verbal structures that function as representatives of natural utterances).

It also deals with the relation of utterances to inscriptions and of literary. Language is intimately related to interaction.

The question arises: Is the structure of interaction somehow mirrored in language structure and use. This book suggests a positive answer to this question by examining the ubiquitous phenomenon of fictive interaction, in which non-genuine conversational turns appear in discourse, even within clauses, phrases, and Cited by:   This book suggests a positive answer to this question by examining the ubiquitous phenomenon of fictive interaction, in which non-genuine conversational turns appear in discourse, even within clauses, phrases, and lexical items (: This paper is the text of the introductory remarks I presented for the discussion of my book Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature: A Phenomenological Approach (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, ) at the seminar of the World Phenomenology Institute in March in Boston.

Google ScholarAuthor: Félix Martínez-Bonati. Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature: A Phenomenological Approach by Felix Martinez-Bonati and Philip W. Silver | May 1, Hardcover. With Felix Martinez-Bonati's Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature: A Phenomenological Approach (Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, ), the English-speaking world at last has access to a major statement of literary poetics by the eminent Chilean theoretician, now professor of Spanish literature at Columbia University.

imaginative literature, poems, plays, novels, and so forth. Dissociating herself from the various existing terms and categories which have traditionally served the exploration of this problem, Smith begins with a new terminological oppo sition between "natural discourse" and "fictive discourse." Natural discourse.

In his attempt to address such matters, Foucault insists that an explanatory model for any family of concepts must be based on a penetrating analysis of the primary conceptual structures of a discourse and the "discursive constellation" (i.e., the group of contemporary or related discourses) of which it forms a part (p.

66).Author: Houston A. Baker. Fictive Discourse and the Structures of Literature: A Phenomenological Approach.

Félix Martínez Bonati - - Cornell University Press. The Politics of DOI: /S n el capitulo XI de su Narrativa venezolana contemporanea deOrlando Araujo puso de manifiesto su incomprension de la poetica de dos escritores importantes de nuestras letras. Para ese momento, el primero de ellos, Oswaldo Trejo, ya habia publicado Anden lejano () y una seleccion de tres libros de cuentos anteriores, Escuchando al idiota (), que lo situaban en.

This article explores direct speech involving fictive interaction, that is not functioning as an ordinary quote (e.g.

“a look of ‘I told you so’”; Pascual,). We specifically deal with its use as a literary strategy, in which different fictive speech constructions may serve to: (i) give access to characters’ mental worlds; (ii) show the relationships and non-verbal.

Fictive motion in the context of mountaineering Ekaterina Egorova a,b, Thora Tenbrink c, and Ross S Purves aDepartment of Geography, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; bURPP Language and Space, University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland; cSchool of Linguistics and English Language, Bangor University, Bangor, UK ABSTRACT Fictive motion in language (as in “the Cited by: 2.

In this way fictionality/fictive discourse is formally closer to irony/ironic discourse than to an individual genre such as comedy or tragedy, though of course its effects are : Henrik Skov Nielsen. I conclude that the conversation frame as well as the subframe of the fictive trialogue constitute fundamental structures of thought, language, and discourse.

View full-text Article. Recent studies have recognized with increasing clarity the need to distinguish between two different kinds of unreliable fictional narration: a factual kind of unreliability that is attributed to a mis- or disinformed narrator, unwilling or unable to tell what "actually" happened (as in The Yellow Wallpaper, for example--see Fludernik); and an ideological kind that is attributed.

This book suggests a positive answer to this question by examining the ubiquitous phenomenon of fictive interaction, in which non-genuine conversational turns appear in discourse, even within clauses, phrases, and lexical items (e.g. Fictive discourse inevitably implies a space, a relative indeterminacy, between the extradiegetic and the intradiegetic, between the intradiegetic and the metadiegetic.

This ‘space’ allows for a full functionality of figurative uses of language, of metaphor, of irony. 13 It is a space that invites, indeed, demands to be filled in by the reader. The Seven Beauties of Science Fiction describes science fiction as a constellation of seven diverse cognitive attractions that are particularly formative of science-fictionality.

These are the "seven beauties" of the title: fictive neology, fictive novums, future history, imaginary science, the science-fictional sublime, the science-fictional Brand: Wesleyan University Press.

Non-fiction text structures refer to HOW an author organizes information in an expository text. When faced with a new text, students can observe the organizational pattern of the text and look for cues to differentiate and pinpoint which of the text structures was used by the author.

Students can then organize their thinking to match the. What sort of thing is a lyric poem. An intense expression of subjective experience.

The fictive speech of a specifiable persona. Examining ancient and modern poems from Sappho to Ashbery, Jonathan Culler reveals the limitations of these two models -- the Romantic and the modern -- and challenges the assumption that poems exist to be interpreted.

Lecture 12 - Freud and Fiction Overview. In this lecture, Professor Paul Fry turns his attention to the relationship between authorship and the psyche. Freud’s meditations on the fundamental drives governing human behavior are read through the lens of literary critic Peter Brooks.

Discourse definition is - verbal interchange of ideas; especially: conversation. How to use discourse in a sentence. munities, and divinities.”14 Fictive kinship structures have long provided the ordering principles that have enabled Buddhist monastic communities to work effectively.

Scriptures such as the Aggaññā Sutta the Buddha describing show members of the monastic community as his spiritual offspring: “He whoseFile Size: KB. Within the fictive, however, literature becomes the locus where the work is assuming its own inherent form. The connecting link that enables ideology to work in a text seems to be the concept of narrative identity, which essentially draws on Frye's distinction between "mythos" as structure and "myth" as plot, i.e.

as a set of events (Ricoeur. Linda Hutcheon. The Politics of PostModernism. London and New York: Routledge: [] 1 Representing the postmodern What is postmodernism. Postmodernism is a phenomenon whose mode is resolutely contradictory as well as unavoidably dernism manifests itself in many fields of cultural endeavor – architecture.

Iokepa Casumbal-Salazar. A Fictive Kinship: Making “Modernity,” “Ancient Hawaiians,” and the Telescopes on Mauna Kea The University of Hawaii continues to believe that Mauna Kea is a precious resource where science and culture can synergistically coexist, now and into the future, and remains strongly in support of the Thirty Meter Telescope.

area of academic inquiry1 In his book Narratology: The Form and Function of Narrative, Gerald Prince identifies the formal study of narratives as an emerging field important to many disciplines, includ- ing psychology, anthropology, history, aesthetics, literary criticism, and linguistics.

Prince defines narrative as "the representation of atCited by: 1. Book review Mental spaces in discourse and interaction Todd Oakley, Anders Hougaard (Eds.), John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia,pages Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction, edited by Todd Oakley and Anders Hougaard, presents different ways of applying mental spaces theory (Fauconnier,) and conceptual integration theory (Fauconnier Author: Angeliki Alvanoudi.

The Fictive and the Imaginary: Charting Literary Anthropology Wolfgang Iser The pioneer of "literary anthropology," Wolfgang Iser presents a wide-ranging and comprehensive exploration of this new field in an attempt to explain the human need for the "particular form of make-believe" known as literature.

Full Description:" How Real is Fictive Motion. can improve the reader's memory. As you read the book, you have a variety of meanings, their origins, ambitions, history and nuances, as well as various circles and sub-transfers each story. Just a little to remember, but the brain is a beautiful thing and relatively easy to remember these things.

Visualisation in Popular Fiction explores the important but neglected tradition of illustrated fiction in English.

It suggests new analytical approaches for its study by offering detailed discussions of a range of representative texts, including Mary Webb's Gone to Earth and Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca. Factive discourse is historical, but all factive discourse is essentially selective.

In discourse an historical event often becomes dramatized in order to give it a larger significance, something which is certainly true of Shakespeare's historical dramas. One must not, however, confuse factive and fictive with real and : Eugene A. Nida. A Literary Study of Judges and the Books of Samuel When biblical literary critics question the morality of biblical narratives, re-read them, and suggest new interpretations, these processes give rise to critical queries concerning their opinions about the character of these texts as well as about the interpreters’ own theology and worldview.

the way in which character's thoughts, feelings, perceptions or memories are communicated to the reader or audience. Whereas narrative texts have a wide variety of possibilities at their disposal for the presentation of characters consciousness and even unconscious, the possibilities in drama are restricted to the monologue, the soliloquy and the aside.

Literature and the question of philosophy [Review of the bookLiterature and the question of philosophy, by A.J. Cascardi]. Philosophy and Literature, 11 (2), doi: /phl   African American literature is griot in the sense that, through its discourse, the narrative is meant to pass on community values and traditions.

The central idea of harmonizing and unifying community is still paramount; through the written word, embodying the griot’s functions, synchronicity is created from disarray.

fictive discourse and the structures of literature by felix martinez-bonati eharold added: Jewish Prague Guide to the Monuments: Notes on History and Culture by Ctibor Rybar. 4 Louis Jouvet's "natural" discourse, the discourse of his pedagogy, becomes Brigitte Jaques's "fictive" discourse.

"Jouvet" is henceforth a character in a play rather than the speaking subject of his own discourse. By appropriating Jouvet's discourse, Brigitte Jaques becomes the "author" of this play even though she herself did not write a word.“the discourse, written or oral, that narrates the events” and narrating to “the real or fictive act that produces that discourse—in other words, the very fact of recounting” (Genette,p.

13). As described above, Genette (, ) also distinguished among various diegetic.ical studies of American literature, and a few articles have attempted broad-ranging critiques of the American literary child, but the subject cannot be adequately managed in a short study.l Of course, dozens of articles, dissertations, and books have been written about specific fictive children.

Some, such as Anne Tropp Trensky's "The Saintly.