Rethinking Bakhtin: Extensions and Challenges
The essays in Rethinking Bakhtin: Extensions and Challenges extend Bakhtin's concepts in important new directions and challenge Bakhtin's own use of his most cherished ideas. Four sets of paired essays explore the theory of parody, the relation of de Man's poetics to Bakhtin's dialogics, Bakhtin's approach to Tolstoy and ideological literature generally, and the dangers of dialogue, not only in practice but also as an ideal.
Was andere dazu sagen - Rezension schreiben
Es wurden keine Rezensionen gefunden.
Modern Parody and Bakhtin
Michael André Bernstein
Bakhtins Prefaces to Tolstoy 1929
Andere Ausgaben - Alle anzeigen
aesthetic already appear argues argument artistic attempt Bakhtin becomes begin called characters claim Clark and Holquist complex concept consciousness consider context conventions course critical culture described dialogue directed discourse discussion Dostoevsky early entirely essay essential ethical evidence example existence fact final force formal genre hero historical human ideas ideological important individual interest interpretation ironic kind language later literary literature living Marxist meaning Medvedev moral nature Notes novel object original parody particular peasant perhaps person Philosophy play Poetics position possible precisely prefaces present Press principle problem published question readers reading reason reference relation relationship response rhetorical Russian scene seems sense social speak specific speech structure suggests texts theoretical theory things thought Tolstoy Tolstoy's tradition Underground understanding University utterance voice Voloshinov whole writings written