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The Resource Literature on the move, Ottmar Ette ; translated by Katharina Vester

Literature on the move, Ottmar Ette ; translated by Katharina Vester

Label
Literature on the move
Title
Literature on the move
Statement of responsibility
Ottmar Ette ; translated by Katharina Vester
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
OHX
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Ette, Ottmar
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Language note
Translation of: Literatur in Bewegung : Raum und Dynamik grenz├╝berschreitenden Schreibens in Europa und Amerika
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Internationale Forschungen zur allgemeinen und vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft,
Series volume
68
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Literature, Modern
  • Postmodernism (Literature)
  • Multiculturalism in literature
Label
Literature on the move, Ottmar Ette ; translated by Katharina Vester
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [309]-310) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Travel literature as frictional literature
  • Post-avant-garde past-avant-gardian
  • Post-avant-garde or postmodernism?
  • Post-avant-garde postmodern
  • Pictures of avant-garde, post-avant-garde and postmodernism
  • After postmodernism -- before the avant-garde?
  • 9
  • Passage The world inside the head
  • 225
  • Of images and after-images
  • Approaching the city
  • The places of the travelogue
  • The city as inner space -- the inner space of the city
  • The struggle of the images
  • Pictures and counter-images of the city
  • The city in the underground
  • After-images of the Shoa
  • 10
  • Passage On the swing
  • 243
  • Pfeiffer with three f's, and the limits of youth
  • The baron in the trees and the limits of the game
  • Parting
  • The girl, the leaves and the limits of showing
  • The limits of love in the book of youth
  • 11
  • Passage as Traverse Crossing the mangroves
  • 255
  • The laboratory of humankind
  • The logic of the neither -- nor and the time of the "dads"
  • The laboratory of Maryse Conde
  • Novel structure and space structure
  • Structuring and movement
  • Climax
  • Hermeneutic movement and transitory identity
  • Transcultural identity and transitory figuration
  • The mangroves as tree
  • The mangrove as root
  • The mangrove as rhizome
  • The tree as mangrove
  • Two logics and the landscapes of theory
  • 12
  • Return How the New World appeared in the Old and became in the New the Old World
  • 295
  • Arrival
  • At the end of movement?
  • Movement and death, movement as death
  • Letters from the end of the world
  • Personal description as travelogue
  • Europe as movement
  • Return
  • Travel literary place and hermeneutic movement
  • Circle
  • Pendulum
  • Line
  • Signposts
  • Star
  • Jump
  • A travelogue without journey?
  • 2
  • Traverse From the surfacing of America to the disappearing of Europe
  • 51
  • America in a bird's flight
  • Discovery and conquest, circle and line
  • Experience of the border and border experience
  • America as divided space
  • 9
  • Mobile border texts
  • American dreams and spaces and the landscapes of theory
  • The acceleration and disappearing of Europe
  • 3
  • Passage Eye, ear and the place of writing
  • 69
  • Eye and Ear
  • Place of writing and burning glass
  • Authorization and textpansion
  • The eye and the doubled place of writing
  • 1
  • Bestseller and longseller, image and text
  • The gaze upon the reader
  • Iconotextuality and the staging of the desk
  • A desk in the jungle
  • A desk in Berlin
  • 4
  • Passage Writing in modernity
  • 111
  • "Only happy when I do something new"
  • "For the first time I saw the ocean"
  • Parcours Mapping a world on the move
  • "To understand the various elements of a wide landscape"
  • "The uniform, hopeless picture of divided mankind"
  • "It narrows the steppe as well as the spirit of the wanderer"
  • "Humboldtian Writing"
  • 5
  • Traverse From the modern narrative space to the Orbis Tertius
  • 129
  • Story against love
  • The sculptor and his model
  • Balzac and his model
  • 17
  • The modern narrative model
  • Balzac's readers
  • A reader of Balzac
  • The framing of the reading
  • Between fiction and diction
  • Fictions of reading
  • Encyclopedia, chance and reading
  • In Tlons world
  • The dissemination of the fantastic within the real
  • The reality effect
  • Approaching movement
  • The complete fiction of a modern literature
  • 6
  • Passage Proteus in Uruguay
  • 153
  • Cinematograph and mirror of eternity
  • Sermon and example
  • A book in permanent becoming
  • Fragments of a discourse of the soul
  • Continuous and discontinuous readings
  • Textmobile and spiritual autobiography
  • Dimensions of the travelogue
  • 7
  • Passage Iphigenia in Mexico
  • 177
  • Question of identity and cultural space
  • New cultural horizons
  • Model of antiquity and deviation
  • Iphigenia, cruel
  • European expansion and American space
  • Latin American avant-garde and European hearing impairment
  • 8
  • Literature and traveling
  • Traverse Avant-garde, Post-avant-garde, Postmodernism
  • 199
  • Everything is invented
  • Cubist writing after cubism
  • Break with the break of tradition
  • A global painting
  • The vaccination (of the) avant-garde
  • A little avant-garde
  • The rearguard of the avant-garde
  • Places of reading
Control code
52308629
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
316 pages
Isbn
9789042011557
Isbn Type
(English edition : pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Literature on the move, Ottmar Ette ; translated by Katharina Vester
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [309]-310) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Travel literature as frictional literature
  • Post-avant-garde past-avant-gardian
  • Post-avant-garde or postmodernism?
  • Post-avant-garde postmodern
  • Pictures of avant-garde, post-avant-garde and postmodernism
  • After postmodernism -- before the avant-garde?
  • 9
  • Passage The world inside the head
  • 225
  • Of images and after-images
  • Approaching the city
  • The places of the travelogue
  • The city as inner space -- the inner space of the city
  • The struggle of the images
  • Pictures and counter-images of the city
  • The city in the underground
  • After-images of the Shoa
  • 10
  • Passage On the swing
  • 243
  • Pfeiffer with three f's, and the limits of youth
  • The baron in the trees and the limits of the game
  • Parting
  • The girl, the leaves and the limits of showing
  • The limits of love in the book of youth
  • 11
  • Passage as Traverse Crossing the mangroves
  • 255
  • The laboratory of humankind
  • The logic of the neither -- nor and the time of the "dads"
  • The laboratory of Maryse Conde
  • Novel structure and space structure
  • Structuring and movement
  • Climax
  • Hermeneutic movement and transitory identity
  • Transcultural identity and transitory figuration
  • The mangroves as tree
  • The mangrove as root
  • The mangrove as rhizome
  • The tree as mangrove
  • Two logics and the landscapes of theory
  • 12
  • Return How the New World appeared in the Old and became in the New the Old World
  • 295
  • Arrival
  • At the end of movement?
  • Movement and death, movement as death
  • Letters from the end of the world
  • Personal description as travelogue
  • Europe as movement
  • Return
  • Travel literary place and hermeneutic movement
  • Circle
  • Pendulum
  • Line
  • Signposts
  • Star
  • Jump
  • A travelogue without journey?
  • 2
  • Traverse From the surfacing of America to the disappearing of Europe
  • 51
  • America in a bird's flight
  • Discovery and conquest, circle and line
  • Experience of the border and border experience
  • America as divided space
  • 9
  • Mobile border texts
  • American dreams and spaces and the landscapes of theory
  • The acceleration and disappearing of Europe
  • 3
  • Passage Eye, ear and the place of writing
  • 69
  • Eye and Ear
  • Place of writing and burning glass
  • Authorization and textpansion
  • The eye and the doubled place of writing
  • 1
  • Bestseller and longseller, image and text
  • The gaze upon the reader
  • Iconotextuality and the staging of the desk
  • A desk in the jungle
  • A desk in Berlin
  • 4
  • Passage Writing in modernity
  • 111
  • "Only happy when I do something new"
  • "For the first time I saw the ocean"
  • Parcours Mapping a world on the move
  • "To understand the various elements of a wide landscape"
  • "The uniform, hopeless picture of divided mankind"
  • "It narrows the steppe as well as the spirit of the wanderer"
  • "Humboldtian Writing"
  • 5
  • Traverse From the modern narrative space to the Orbis Tertius
  • 129
  • Story against love
  • The sculptor and his model
  • Balzac and his model
  • 17
  • The modern narrative model
  • Balzac's readers
  • A reader of Balzac
  • The framing of the reading
  • Between fiction and diction
  • Fictions of reading
  • Encyclopedia, chance and reading
  • In Tlons world
  • The dissemination of the fantastic within the real
  • The reality effect
  • Approaching movement
  • The complete fiction of a modern literature
  • 6
  • Passage Proteus in Uruguay
  • 153
  • Cinematograph and mirror of eternity
  • Sermon and example
  • A book in permanent becoming
  • Fragments of a discourse of the soul
  • Continuous and discontinuous readings
  • Textmobile and spiritual autobiography
  • Dimensions of the travelogue
  • 7
  • Passage Iphigenia in Mexico
  • 177
  • Question of identity and cultural space
  • New cultural horizons
  • Model of antiquity and deviation
  • Iphigenia, cruel
  • European expansion and American space
  • Latin American avant-garde and European hearing impairment
  • 8
  • Literature and traveling
  • Traverse Avant-garde, Post-avant-garde, Postmodernism
  • 199
  • Everything is invented
  • Cubist writing after cubism
  • Break with the break of tradition
  • A global painting
  • The vaccination (of the) avant-garde
  • A little avant-garde
  • The rearguard of the avant-garde
  • Places of reading
Control code
52308629
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
316 pages
Isbn
9789042011557
Isbn Type
(English edition : pbk.)
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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