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  1. Playing False : representations of Betrayal
    Erschienen: 08.11.2017

    Tagungsbericht: Playing False : representations of Betrayal 16. bis 17. September 2011, Lincoln College, Oxford University From antiquity through the present, from the political sphere to the most personal relationships, betrayal is a ubiquitous and... mehr

     

    Tagungsbericht: Playing False : representations of Betrayal

    16. bis 17. September 2011, Lincoln College, Oxford University

     

    From antiquity through the present, from the political sphere to the most personal relationships, betrayal is a ubiquitous and multifaceted phenomenon. Because of its many forms, however, betrayal demands an intensive examination within an interdisciplinary forum that transcends the narrower, political or literary spheres of betrayal, and that strives to address the multiplicity of its representations, rather than reducing it to a single definition. It is precisely such a forum that the conference, "Playing False: Representations of Betrayal" created, which Dr. Betiel Wasihun and Kristina Mendicino organized.

     

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800)
    Sammlung: Synchron. Wissenschaftsverlag der Autoren
    Schlagworte: Kongress; Verrat <Motiv>; Literatur; Untreue <Motiv>
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  2. The Strange Case of 'The Beach of Falesá' in Soviet Russia
    Erschienen: 04.12.2017

    Though one should be very careful with reaching conclusions about the social views conveyed in 'The Beach of Falesá', and there are many opinions on the story's social message, one of them is "the exposure of white racism" (Menikoff 1984,57) and... mehr

     

    Though one should be very careful with reaching conclusions about the social views conveyed in 'The Beach of Falesá', and there are many opinions on the story's social message, one of them is "the exposure of white racism" (Menikoff 1984,57) and imperialism. The logical question, why this country, which is declaring itself a bulwark against the world's imperialism, would disapprove of such novel, reasonably appears. And the censoring of it could seem a complete non sequitur. Which 'ideas' could make this novel not suitable for an average Soviet reader in the eyes of the Soviet censorship?

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literatur und Rhetorik (800); Englische, altenglische Literaturen (820)
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    Schlagworte: Stevenson, Robert Louis; The beach of Falesá; Rezeption; Sowjetunion
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  3. The Rational and the Impossible
    Erschienen: 19.12.2017

    I shall take a look at a cluster of problems: the relation between fictional and actual worlds, between fictionality and narration, between action and rationality, between action and agent or subject, and between world, enunciation and subject in... mehr

     

    I shall take a look at a cluster of problems: the relation between fictional and actual worlds, between fictionality and narration, between action and rationality, between action and agent or subject, and between world, enunciation and subject in light of two important theoretical works, both from 1991. My choice of references is not entirely arbitrary: their basic approach shows certain similarities that underline the shortcomings of both in dealing with literature, in spite of the stimulating arguments they unfold. But they also show marked differences that allow us to develop their argument further. The books are Paisley Livingston's 'Literature and Rationality' and Marie-Laure Ryan's 'Possible Worlds, Artificial Intelligence, and Narrative Theory'.

     

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    Schlagworte: Literaturtheorie; Erzähltheorie; Rationalität; Handlung; Literatur; Naturwissenschaften; Philosophie; Künstliche Intelligenz; Mögliche Welt
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