by Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America; [order from] Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in [New York] .
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Roman Jakobson.|
|Series||Michigan Slavic contributions,, no. 4|
|LC Classifications||PN1031 .J28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||72225394|
The book provides readers of folklore, anthropology, linguistics, or any field interested in performance and its verbal dimensions with excellent background material for a contrastive approach to narrative, ritual, and ceremonial forms of verbal behavior in different sociocultural by: The book closes with essays by Linda Waugh, Krystyna Pomorska, and Igor Melchuk that provide a thoughtful perspective on Jakobson’s work as a whole. $ paper ISBN pages, 6x, Get this from a library! Studies in verbal art: texts in Czech and Slovak. [Roman Jakobson; Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences in America,; University of Michigan. Department of . Poetic Affairs deals with the complex and fascinating interface between literature and life through the prism of the lives and works of three outstanding poets: the German-Jewish poet and Holocaust survivor, Paul Celan (–); the Leningrad native, U.S. poet laureate, and Nobel Prize winner, Joseph Brodsky (–); and Germany's premier contemporary poet, Durs Grünbein (born ).5/5(1).
This book provides an overview of the dialectic of theory and practice through which SFL positions itself as an appliable linguistics with reference to the theory of Verbal Art. Early chapters sketch a concise history of the linguistic study of literature tout court, as well as the emergence and development of specifically SFL approaches to it. David has published extensively on verbal art and has conducted many research projects and classes on the subject. In this article, Butt offers a linguistic analysis of a selection of Modernist literature texts that is based on the assumption that there are several ‘complementarities’ between science and verbal art. The aspects of Verbal Art that threaten to undermine its connections with the field of folklore studies, including the widespread interest in performance concepts and the intentional reach to an interdisciplinary audience, can also serve to invigorate the field and promote its interests to a significant number of scholars in other areas. The sixteen essays in this volume form a series of related focuses upon various levels and areas of literary criticism. W.K. Wimsatt's assumption is that practice and theory of both the past and the present are integrally related-that there is a continuity in the materials of criticism-that a person who studies poetry today has a critical concern, not merely a historical/5.
Pindar's verbal art; an ethnographic study of epinician style. Wells, James Bradley. Center for Hellenic Studies pages. The Word and Verbal Art Selected Essays by Mukarovsky, Jan & John Burbank & Peter Steiner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Word and Verbal Art: Selected Essays Yale Russian & East European Studies by Jan Mukarovsky - . How Verbal Self-Defense Works Peacetalk -- Now available for purchase. Great collection of free on-line materials, FAQ, study questions, etc., may all be found at this link. Verbal Art as Performance book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This highly insightful and stimulating collection of relevant studies on verbal performance (artistic action and event), seen from the point of view of sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, folklore studies and semiotics, represents a clear /5.