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  1. Iconicity in the digital world : an opportunity to create a personal image?
    Autor*in: Wyss, Eva Lia
    Erschienen: 15.03.1999

    Popular culture is always in process; its meanings can never be identified in a text, for texts are activated, or made meaningful, only in social relations and in intertextual relations. This activation of the meaning potential of a text can occur... mehr

     

    Popular culture is always in process; its meanings can never be identified in a text, for texts are activated, or made meaningful, only in social relations and in intertextual relations. This activation of the meaning potential of a text can occur only in the social and cultural relationship into which it enters. (Fiske, 1991a: 3)

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
    Medientyp: Teil eines Buches (Kapitel)
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    ISBN: 9789027221797; 9781556195334; 9789027299345
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Schlagworte: Neue Medien
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  2. Literary recollection : the end(s) of intertextuality
    Erschienen: 21.04.2009

    There is a caricature of Marcel Proust in which the despairing writer is consoled by a friend saying, "Aber, aber, mon cher Marcel, nun versuchen Sie sich doch zu erinnern, wo Sie die Zeit verloren haben…" ... mehr

     

    There is a caricature of Marcel Proust in which the despairing writer is consoled by a friend saying, "Aber, aber, mon cher Marcel, nun versuchen Sie sich doch zu erinnern, wo Sie die Zeit verloren haben…" ...

     

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    ISBN: 978-3-86057-145-3; 3-86057-145-1
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Schlagworte: Intertextualität; Erinnerung <Motiv>; Literatur; Aufsatzsammlung; Gedenken <Motiv>; Erinnerung; Gedenken; Literaturtheorie
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  3. Meanings of translation in cultural anthropology
    Erschienen: 26.11.2008

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    ISBN: 1-900650-84-3
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Schlagworte: Übersetzung; Kulturanthropologie
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  4. Literature as a technique of recollection

    There is a caricature of Marcel Proust in which the despairing writer is consoled by a friend saying, 'Aber, aber, mon cher Marcel, nun versuchen Sie sich doch zu erinnern, wo Sie die Zeit verloren haben.' Literature in general, not only A La... mehr

     

    There is a caricature of Marcel Proust in which the despairing writer is consoled by a friend saying, 'Aber, aber, mon cher Marcel, nun versuchen Sie sich doch zu erinnern, wo Sie die Zeit verloren haben.'

    Literature in general, not only A La Recherche du Temps Perdu, deals with a different form of memory than that of mnemonics, in which the hints of places lead to a retrieval of what has been stored there before. Nevertheless it is difficult to pinpoint the criteria that make this difference. How does literature transcend the technologically limited sense of memory in terms of a storage and retrieval system? ...

     

     

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    ISBN: 9073022118; 9789073022119
    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Schlagworte: Intertextualität
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  5. The Book as a landscape
    Erschienen: 26.07.2011

    There is a long tradition of regarding landscapes as texts and texts as landscapes. Characterizing visually experienced nature as a text implies stressing its meaningfulness, its character as a message or an expression. According to an old metaphor... mehr

     

    There is a long tradition of regarding landscapes as texts and texts as landscapes. Characterizing visually experienced nature as a text implies stressing its meaningfulness, its character as a message or an expression. According to an old metaphor that was highly esteemed in medieval Christian culture as well as in early modem science, nature itself is a divine message addressed to mankind, analogously to the holy scriptures, revealing the will of God as the superior "author" to those who are able to decipher the signs. As a consequence of the process of secularization, art gains authority over the signs of nature, and it is the artist who creates messages by composing the elements of the visual world. The idea of interpreting texts as landscapes seems less evident at the first moment; it implies the notion of texts and landscapes as artificial products which depend on an individual human subject's intentions.

     

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    Schlagworte: Landschaft <Motiv>; Raum <Motiv>; Buch; Buchobjekt
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