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  1. The Fugue of Chronotope

    As the survey by Nele Bemong and Pieter Borghart introducing this volume makes clear, the term chronotope has devolved into a veritable carnival of orismology. For all the good work that has been done by an ever-growing number of intelligent critics,... more

     

    As the survey by Nele Bemong and Pieter Borghart introducing this volume makes clear, the term chronotope has devolved into a veritable carnival of orismology. For all the good work that has been done by an ever-growing number of intelligent critics, chronotope remains a Gordian knot of ambiguities with no Alexander in sight. The term has metastasized across the whole spectrum of the human and social sciences since the publication of FTC in Russian in 1975, and (especially) after its translation into English in 1981. As others have pointed out, one of the more striking features of the chronotope is the plethora of meanings that have been read into the term: that its popularity is a function of its opacity has become a cliché. In the current state of chronotopic heteroglossia, then, how are we to proceed? The argument of this essay is that many of the difficulties faced by Bakhtin’s critics derive from ambiguities with which Bakhtin never ceased to struggle. That is, instead of advancing yet another definition of my own, I will investigate some of the attempts made by Bakhtin himself to give the term greater precision throughout his long life. In so doing, I will also hope to cast some light on the foundational role of time-space in Bakhtin’s philosophy of dialog as it, too, took on different meanings at various points in his thinking.

     

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    ISBN: 978-90-382-1563-1
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    Subjects: Bachtin, Michail M.; Erzähltheorie
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  2. [Rezension zu:] Christiane Solte-Gresser... (Hg.): Zwischen Transfer und Vergleich
    Published: 08.06.2017

    Rezension zu "Zwischen Transfer und Vergleich. Theorien und Methoden der Literatur- und Kulturbeziehungen aus deutsch-französischer Perspektive". Hg. Christiane Solte-Gresser, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink und Manfred Schmeling. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner,... more

     

    Rezension zu "Zwischen Transfer und Vergleich. Theorien und Methoden der Literatur- und Kulturbeziehungen aus deutsch-französischer Perspektive". Hg. Christiane Solte-Gresser, Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink und Manfred Schmeling. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 2013 (VICE VERSA. Deutsch-französische Kulturstudien; Bd. 5). 457 S.

     

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    Collection: Aisthesis Verlag
    Subjects: Kulturkontakt; Literatur; Französisch; Deutsch; Rezension
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  3. [Rezension zu:] Bernhard Greiner: Die Tragödie
    Published: 31.08.2017

    Rezension zu Bernhard Greiner: Die Tragödie. Eine Literaturgeschichte des aufrechten Ganges. Grundlagen und Interpretationen. Stuttgart (Kröner) 2012. 864 S. more

     

    Rezension zu Bernhard Greiner: Die Tragödie. Eine Literaturgeschichte des aufrechten Ganges. Grundlagen und Interpretationen. Stuttgart (Kröner) 2012. 864 S.

     

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  4. [Rezension zu:] Carolin Fischer: Der poetische Pakt
    Published: 18.09.2017

    Rezension zu Carolin Fischer: Der poetische Pakt. Rolle und Funktion des poetischen Ich in der Liebeslyrik bei Ovid, Petrarca, Ronsard, Shakespeare und Baudelaire. Heidelberg (Winter) 2007. 349 S. Der Titel von Carolin Fischers soeben erschienener... more

     

    Rezension zu Carolin Fischer: Der poetische Pakt. Rolle und Funktion des poetischen Ich in der Liebeslyrik bei Ovid, Petrarca, Ronsard, Shakespeare und Baudelaire. Heidelberg (Winter) 2007. 349 S.

     

    Der Titel von Carolin Fischers soeben erschienener Studie über Liebeslyrik (mit der sie sich an der Universität Potsdam habilitierte) klingt nicht zufällig an Philippe Lejeunes "autobiographischen Pakt" an: Beschreibt Lejeune damit eine durch textuelle und paratextuelle Signale ausgelöste implizite Übereinkunft zwischen Text und Leser/-in über den Status des Textes als Autobiographie, so meint Carolin Fischer eine Übereinkunft, die "die Trennung zwischen Text- und Autorebene immer wieder verschwimmen lässt".

     

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    Subjects: Rezension; Ovidius Naso, Publius; Amores; Petrarca, Francesco; Canzoniere; Lyrisches Ich; Ronsard, Pierre de; Amours; Shakespeare, William; Sonett; Baudelaire, Charles; Les fleurs du mal; Liebeslyrik
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  5. Law and literature : who owns it?
    Published: 08.11.2016

    Law and literature: that is a sufficiently broad subject to warrant reference to the Fontane character Effy Briest’s "wide field." Indeed, the sites where law and literature encounter each other, where they border on each other, merge, converge,... more

     

    Law and literature: that is a sufficiently broad subject to warrant reference to the Fontane character Effy Briest’s "wide field." Indeed, the sites where law and literature encounter each other, where they border on each other, merge, converge, overlap, or where they relate as opposites, even finding themselves as rivals or enemies seem legion. In contrast to the intentions of Effy Briest in that famous novel, my reference to this line is not intended to abort further inquiries; instead I want to chart the field in question with the aim of developing a preliminary typology of the ways in which law and literature have been engaged and have engaged one another. Against the background of this overview, I want to turn to a much smaller field. This small field - a plot of long fallow farmland, to be exact, located between two adjacent, perfectly maintained wheat fields in a fictive Swiss village - will serve as an example or test site for "law and literature" as they emerge in Gottfried Keller’s narrative 'Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe', from his mid-nineteenth century collection of novellas 'Die Leute von Seldwyla'. Whether and how the case study of that small field at the centre of Keller’s story can make a case for the larger field of "law and literature" remains to be seen.

     

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    Subjects: Recht <Motiv>; Literatur; Keller, Gottfried; Romeo und Julia auf dem Dorfe; Recht; Besitz <Motiv>
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