On referring in literature

edited by Anna Whiteside and Michael Issacharoff

What is the relationship between the "real" world and fictional constructs? How is referential illusion created? The purpose of this volume is to show the close links between reference and interpretation. It examines types of literary reference, showing what it is and how it works.

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  • Preface I. Metafictional Implications for Novelistic Reference/Linda Hutcheon II. The Double Bind: Self-Referring Poetry/Anna Whiteside III. Bad References/Gerald Prince IV. Waiting for the Referent: Waiting for Godot? (On Referring in Theatre)/Jean Alter V. Topological Poetics: EluardOs OLa Victoire de GuernicaO/Jean-Jacques Thomas VI. Renaming in Literature: Faces of the Moon/Francoise Meltzer VII. How Playscripts Refer: Some Preliminary Considerations/Michael Issacharoff VIII. Are BaudelaireOs OTableaux ParisiensO about Paris?/Ross Chambers IX. Referential Intertextuality: Pre-Code, Code, and Post-Code/Bruce Morrissette X. Production, Reception, and the Social Context/Patrice Pavis XI. Poland of Nowhere, the Breasts of Tiresias, and Other Incongruities, or: Referential Manipulation in Modern Drama/Wladimir Krysinski XII. The Referential Act/Thomas E. Lewis Conclusion: Theories of Reference/Anna Whiteside Bibliography Notes on Contributors Index of Names

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書名 On referring in literature
著作者等 Issacharoff, Michael
Whiteside, Anna
シリーズ名 Midland books
出版元 Indiana University Press
刊行年月 1987
ページ数 ix, 213 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0253204372
NCID BA01435647
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国