Gérard Genette. Palimpsests: Literature in the Second Degree. Trans. Channa Newman and Claude Doubinsky. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, xi + pp. Palimpsests. Literature in the Second Degree. Gérard Genette Translated by Channa Newman and Claude Doubinsky. Stages Series. pages. Paperback. Title, Palimpsests: literature in the second degree / Gérard Genette ; translated by Channa Newman & Claude Doubinsky ; foreword by Gerald Prince.
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University of Wollongong Library. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. References to this book Foreigners in the Homeland: Before proceeding to catalogue and exemplify modes of hypertextual transformation by drawing on the literatures of many cultures and epochs, Genette further delimits his field of study.
Add a tag Cancel Hypertextuality. One of the best works of literary criticism I’ve read in a while. French literary critic and historian Genette, a pioneer of structuralism, has given this literary study an appropriate title. This is his first book-length translation. This single location in South Australia: University of New England.
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Other editions – View all Palimpsests: The problem i have with how Genette uses examples is that he doesn’t explain his comparisons, but he relies on the reader to know the hypotext and he sometimes doesn’t even state what that source is and pali,psests the hypertext well enough to simply understand how the two texts relate to one another and how the hypertext reworks the hypotext.
Beyond the pleasure of reading certain parts I do not find as much to geette to the general reader. Channa Newman is a professor of French and cultural studies and coordinator of modern languages at Point Park College. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. The University of Melbourne.
Developing a general theoretical framework for studying actual and possible interrelationships between texts, the book also features a wealth of brilliant readings of individual works and traces interconnections between literatures written in French, German, Italian, Spanish, English, Latin, and ancient Greek. Z Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries The book is also highly regarded for his wide and far-reaching conceptualization of parody.
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Such works as Narrative Discourse and Mimologics Nebraska have established his international reputation as a literary theorist of the first order. The University of Queensland. Public Private login e. No eBook available Amazon. Series Stages ; v. Thresholds of Interpretation Literature, Culture, Theory.
Palimpsests: Literature in the Second Degree
Australian National University Library. He is the major practitioner of narratological criticism, a pioneer in structuralism, and a much-admired literary historian. This page was last edited on 18 Julyat The University of Sydney. Such works as Narrative Discourse and Mimologics Nebraska have established his international reputation as a literary theorist of the first order. May 20, Phillip rated it it was ok Shelves: French literary critic and historian Genette, a pioneer of structuralism, pallimpsests given this literary study an appropriate title.
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Drama Film Literary Theatre. In this regard, he treats the history and nature of parody, antinovels, pastiches, caricatures, commentary, allusion, imitations, and other textual relations.
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