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Theories Of Reading

Author : Karin Littau
ISBN : 9780745616599
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Why do literary theorists see reading as an act of dispassionatetextual analysis and meaning production, when historical evidenceshows that readers have often read excessively, obsessively, andfor sensory stimulation? Posing these and other questions, this isthe first major work to bring insights from book history to bear onliterary history and theory. In so doing, the book charts acompelling and innovative history of theories of reading. While literary theorists have greatly contributed to ourunderstanding of the text-reader relation, they have rarely takeninto account that the relation between a book and a reader is alsoa relation between two bodies: one made of paper and ink, the otherflesh and blood. This is why, Karin Littau argues, we need to lookbeyond the words on the page, and pay attention to the technicalinnovations in the physical format of the book. Only then is itpossible to understand more fully how media technology has changedour experience of reading, and why media history presents achallenge to our conceptions of what reading is. Each chapter places the reader in specific disciplinary andhistorical contexts: literature, criticism, philosophy, culturalhistory, bibliography, film, new media. Overall, the historyrecounted in this book points to a split between modern literarystudy which regards reading as a reducibly mental activity, and atradition reaching back to antiquity which assumed that reading wasnot only about sense-making but also about sensation. Theories of Reading: Books, Bodies and Bibliomania will beessential reading for all students and scholars of literary theoryand history as well as of great interest to students of the historyof the book and new media.

The Indo German Identification

Author : Robert Cowan
ISBN : 9781571134639
Genre : History
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Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph.D. 2006--CUNY Graduate Center) under title The Indo-Germans: an Aryan romance.

Goethe Jahrbuch

Author : Goethe-Gesellschaft (Weimar, Thuringia, Germany)
ISBN : UOM:39015008531025
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Narrating Community After Kant

Author : Karin Lynn Schutjer
ISBN : 0814329683
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Within the German tradition, the great promise of beauty is to link particular experiences within a conception of the whole. But this aesthetic promise has long been viewed as an "aesthetic ideology", even, by some, as a blueprint for fascism. Karin Schutjer challenges these familiar critical views by showing that classical German aesthetics gave shape to complex visions of social solidarity. Turning to pivotal philosophical and literary works from the late eighteenth century, she shows how the hopes and fears surrounding the French Revolution stimulated an imaginative rethinking of individual and collective identity -- one which can inform modern thinking about the possibilities and limits of community. Schutjer examines how the dualism of Kant's Critique of Aesthetic Judgement held promise for community by suggesting a whole originating in individual life and an individual life originating in the whole. She then explores how this paradoxical structure develops into complex narratives of community in Schiller's On Aesthetic Education, Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Holderlin's, Empedokles, and shows how these writers stretch, adapt, and ultimately undermine this dualistic concept. Narrating Community after Kant makes an important statement about discourses on community in German intellectual culture around 1800, demonstrating that aesthetic community is always a work in progress while challenging those who invoke "community" as the foundation of permanent institutions. It sheds new critical light on these classical thinkers and shows how their ideas can serve as a rich resource for our own thinking about community. This book will prove insightful to students andscholars interested in German literary, philosophical, and cultural studies.

National Union Catalog

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ISBN : WISC:89015292170
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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

Library Of Congress Catalog

Author : Library of Congress
ISBN : 087471785X
Genre : Subject catalogs
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The National Union Catalogs 1963

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ISBN : UCSC:32106020975048
Genre : American literature
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German Books In Print

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ISBN : UOM:39015046438936
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