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  1. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
    Published: 2020
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    ISBN: 9783847011194; 3847011197
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    Series: Close Reading. ; Band 003
    Subjects: Ambiguität; Ambiguity
    Other subjects: Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855): Villette; (Produktform)Electronic book text; English literature; Ambiguity; Shipwreck; Identity; Schiffbruch; Identität; Allegorie; Viktorianische Literatur; Zweifel; Fictional autobiography; Doubt; Victorian literature; Fiktive Autobiographie; Englische Literatur; Ambiguität; Charlotte Brontë; Allegory; (VLB-WN)9564
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  2. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
    Published: [2020]
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    ISBN: 9783847111191; 3847111191
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    Series: Close reading - Schriften zur britischen Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft ; volume 3
    Subjects: Ambiguität; Ambiguity
    Other subjects: Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855): Villette; (Produktform)Hardback; Charlotte Brontë; Ambiguität; Englische Literatur; Viktorianische Literatur; Schiffbruch; Allegorie; Identität; Zweifel; Fiktive Autobiographie; Ambiguity; English literature; Victorian literature; Shipwreck; Allegory; Identity; Doubt; Fictional autobiography; (VLB-WN)1564: Hardcover, Softcover / Sprachwissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft/Englische Sprachwissenschaft, Literaturwissenschaft
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  3. Shipwreck and island motifs in literature and the arts
    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (Herausgeber); Springer, Olga (Herausgeber)
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    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (Herausgeber); Springer, Olga (Herausgeber)
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    Series: DQR studies in literature ; volume 57
    Subjects: Schiffbruch <Motiv>; Insel <Motiv>; Literatur; Kunst; Medien
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  4. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
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    ISBN: 9783737011198
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    Edition: 1. Edition
    Series: Close Reading ; Band 3
    Subjects: Ambiguität
    Other subjects: Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855): Villette; Charlotte Brontë; Ambiguität; Englische Literatur; Viktorianische Literatur; Schiffbruch; Allegorie; Identität; Zweifel; Fiktive Autobiographie; Ambiguity; English literature; Victorian literature; Shipwreck; Allegory; Identity; Doubt; Fictional autobiography
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  5. Shipwreck and island motifs in literature and the arts
    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (Hrsg.); Springer, Olga (Hrsg.)
    Published: 2015
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    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (Hrsg.); Springer, Olga (Hrsg.)
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    ISBN: 9789004298743
    Series: DQR studies in literature ; 57
    Subjects: Medien; Kunst; Literatur; Insel <Motiv>; Schiffbruch <Motiv>
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  6. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
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    ISBN: 9783847111191; 3847111191
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    Series: Close reading - Schriften zur britischen Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft ; volume 3
    Subjects: Ambiguität
    Other subjects: Brontë, Charlotte (1816-1855): Villette; Charlotte Brontë; Ambiguität; Englische Literatur; Viktorianische Literatur; Schiffbruch; Allegorie; Identität; Zweifel; Fiktive Autobiographie; Ambiguity; English literature; Victorian literature; Shipwreck; Allegory; Identity; Doubt; Fictional autobiography; Ambiguity
    Scope: 283 Seiten, 24 cm
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    Dissertation, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 2017

  7. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
    Published: 2020
    Publisher:  V&R unipress, Göttingen

    Charlotte Brontë’s final novel Villette (1853) is associated with ambiguity because of its open ending: Does M. Paul return to narrator-protagonist Lucy Snowe or is he killed in a storm raging on the Atlantic? Taking its famous ending as a starting... more

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    Charlotte Brontë’s final novel Villette (1853) is associated with ambiguity because of its open ending: Does M. Paul return to narrator-protagonist Lucy Snowe or is he killed in a storm raging on the Atlantic? Taking its famous ending as a starting point, this study explores Villette as a text in which ambiguity is all-pervasive in various ways. Among these is the narrator’s ambivalent attitude toward herself and others, epitomised in her stylistic idiosyncrasies. The links between ambiguity and doubt are explored through an analysis of Lucy’s signature phrase, “I know not,” expressive of her existential doubts and questioning attitude toward the world. The analysis moreover focuses on the motif of the oracle as a traditionally ambiguous utterance, and explores its relevance in the context of the generic tradition of Villette as a fictional autobiography. Another focus is the interplay of figurative and literal levels of meaning in the allegorical episodes, creating ambiguity. ***Angaben zur beteiligten Person Springer: Dr Olga Springer is Assistant Professor of German in the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies at Dublin City University, Ireland. Her research interests are ambiguity in literary texts and Victorian literature.

     

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    Series: Close reading ; volume 3
    Subjects: Schiffbruch; Fiktive Autobiographie; Victorian literature; English literature; Allegory; Zweifel; Doubt; Shipwreck; Ambiguität; Charlotte Brontë; Englische Literatur; Viktorianische Literatur; Allegorie; Identität; Identity; Fictional autobiography; Ambiguity
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  8. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
    Published: [2020]; © 2020
    Publisher:  V&R unipress, Göttingen

    Charlotte Brontë’s final novel Villette (1853) is associated with ambiguity because of its open ending: Does M. Paul return to narrator-protagonist Lucy Snowe or is he killed in a storm raging on the Atlantic? Taking its famous ending as a starting... more

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    Charlotte Brontë’s final novel Villette (1853) is associated with ambiguity because of its open ending: Does M. Paul return to narrator-protagonist Lucy Snowe or is he killed in a storm raging on the Atlantic? Taking its famous ending as a starting point, this study explores Villette as a text in which ambiguity is all-pervasive in various ways. Among these is the narrator’s ambivalent attitude toward herself and others, epitomised in her stylistic idiosyncrasies. The links between ambiguity and doubt are explored through an analysis of Lucy’s signature phrase, “I know not,” expressive of her existential doubts and questioning attitude toward the world. The analysis moreover focuses on the motif of the oracle as a traditionally ambiguous utterance, and explores its relevance in the context of the generic tradition of Villette as a fictional autobiography. Another focus is the interplay of figurative and literal levels of meaning in the allegorical episodes, creating ambiguity.

     

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    Series: Close reading ; volume 3
    Subjects: Brontë, Charlotte; Ambiguität; ; Brontë, Charlotte; Ambiguität;
    Scope: 283 Seiten, 23.2 cm x 15.5 cm
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    Dissertation, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, 2017

  9. Ambiguity in Charlotte Brontë’s Villette
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    Subjects: Brontë, Charlotte; Ambiguität;
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  10. Shipwreck and island motifs in literature and the arts
    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (HerausgeberIn); Springer, Olga (HerausgeberIn)
    Published: [2015]; © 2015
    Publisher:  Brill Rodopi, Leiden

    The motifs of island and shipwreck have been present in literature and the arts from ancient times. Whether they occur as plot elements, as part of literary or film imagery, as symbols in paintings, as leitmotifs in songs, or as concepts in... more

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    The motifs of island and shipwreck have been present in literature and the arts from ancient times. Whether they occur as plot elements, as part of literary or film imagery, as symbols in paintings, as leitmotifs in songs, or as concepts in philosophical theories, both have always been a source of fascination to authors, artists and scholars. Brigitte Le Juez and Olga Springer have gathered essays that explore shipwreck and island figures in texts as historically, culturally and artistically diverse as Walter Scott';s 'The Lord of the Isles', Cristina Fernández Cubas'; 'The Lighthouse', reality TV series 'Treasure Island', pop songs of the BBC Radio programme 'Desert Island Discs', or The Otolith Group's essay-film 'Hydra Decapita':

     

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    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (HerausgeberIn); Springer, Olga (HerausgeberIn)
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    Series: DQR studies in literature ; volume 57
    Subjects: Shipwrecks in literature; Islands in literature; Islands in literature; Islands in art; Islands in motion pictures; Shipwrecks in literature; Shipwrecks in art; Shipwrecks in motion pictures
    Scope: 351 Seiten, 25 cm
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  11. Shipwreck and Island Motifs in Literature and the Arts
    Contributor: Le Juez, Brigitte (HerausgeberIn); Springer, Olga (HerausgeberIn)
    Published: 2015
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    Adventures in Form: The Hebrides and the Romantic Imaginary"The Lighthouse" (Edgar Allan Poe, 1849; Cristina Fernández Cubas, 1997): From the "Egocentred" to a "Geocentred" Analysis; Fifty Years On: Aldous Huxley's Island (1962) Reconsidered; III:... more

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    Adventures in Form: The Hebrides and the Romantic Imaginary"The Lighthouse" (Edgar Allan Poe, 1849; Cristina Fernández Cubas, 1997): From the "Egocentred" to a "Geocentred" Analysis; Fifty Years On: Aldous Huxley's Island (1962) Reconsidered; III: Weathering the Tempest -- Images of Shipwrecks and Islands from Ancient to Modern Times; The Gaelicization of Brasil Island: From Cartographic Error to Celtic Elysium; The Tempest Toss'd Ship: Twelfth Night and Emotional Communities in Early Modern London A Shipwreck of Faith: Hazardous Voyages and Contested Representations in Milton's Samson AgonistesIslands and Irelands: Journeys, Mappings and Re-Mappings; IV: The Island as Feminine Space; "Maybe Girls Need an Island": Desert Islands and Gender Troubles in Libba Bray's Beauty Queens; Recreating Home for the New Girl: Domesticity and Adventure in L.T. Meade's Four on an Island; Lady Castaways in the Gilded Age in Edith Wharton's The House of Mirth; Islands to Get Away From: Postcolonial Islands and Emancipation in Novels by Monica Ali, Andrea Levy and Caryl Phillips Shipwreck and Island Motifs in Literature and the Arts; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgements; Epigraph; Introduction: Shipwrecks and Islands as Multilayered, Timeless Metaphors of Human Existence; I: Shipwrecks, Islands and Subjectivity; "I-lands": The Construction and Shipwreck of an Insular Subject in Modern Discourse; The Island as Chora; "Mine Was a Peculiar Kind of Wreck": Robert Louis Stevenson's Deconstruction of Treasure Island in The Wrecker; Robinson in Headphones: The Desert Island as Pop Fetish; II: The Island as Aesthetic Concept V: Experimental Shipwrecks and Island as LaboratoryDrifting and Foundering: Evolutionary Theory in Kurt Vonnegut's Galápagos; "You Turn Worlds Upside Down": The Politics of Reversal in Terry Pratchett's Nation; Shipwrecks and Desert Islands: Ecology and Nature -- A Case Study of How Reality TV and Fictional Films Frame Representations of Islands; The Figuration of the Shipwreck as Political Commentary in Hydra Decapita, an Essay-Film by The Otolith Group; Notes on Contributors; Bibliography; Index The motifs of island and shipwreck have been present in literature and the arts from ancient times. The essays in this volume explore shipwreck and island figures together in literary texts, films, Reality TV, music, and art

     

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    Series: DQR Studies in Literature ; 57
    Subjects: Islands in literature; Shipwrecks in literature; LITERARY CRITICISM ; General; TRAVEL ; Special Interest ; Literary
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