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Gesucht wurde Simon Morris, MEDIENART alle Medien, SORTIERUNG ID, absteigend  3 Treffer

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  • The Nabokov Paper
Ort LandYork (Grobritannien) Medium Buch
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  • 144 S., 30x22 cm, Auflage: 350, , ISBN/ISSN 9781907468209
    Broschur mit Klappeinband
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  • The Nabokov Paper is an experiment in novel-reading. The project takes as its starting point a now famous class taught during the 1950s by Vladimir Nabokov at Cornell University / New York State / entitled Literature 311-312: Masters of European Fiction. Nabokovs approach to teaching literary reading was notoriously idiosyncratic. Convinced that one must teach the books themselves / not ideas or generalities / Nabokov would make diagrams of the floor plans of fictional buildings / map the routes taken by characters through the spaces of the novel / and draw items of clothing or furniture / he would also propose to track the course of a single letter / offer a visual representation of a stylistic device / and uncover what he called the mysteries of literary structures. His methods are striking for the range of gestures they call for in the name of good reading. The published Lectures on Literature (New York: Harcourt / 1980) concludes with an appendix of sample exam questions. Responding to those questions some sixty years after the fact offers a means to explore what Nabokovs take on how to read might have to teach us today: about the novel / about how reading works across practices and disciplines / and about the past / present and future forms of literary criticism.
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Geschenk von Simon Morris
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012519465
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  • The Perverse Library
Ort LandYork (Grobritannien) Medium Heft
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  • 176 S., 19,7x12,8 cm, Auflage: 500, , ISBN/ISSN 9781907468032
    Broschur
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  • The Perverse Library is the latest poetic bookwork from scholar, critic, and iam co-editor Craig Dworkin. The book comprises of a bibliography of Dworkins book shelves at home, a supplementary bibliography of absent and imagined books, and an accompanying essay arguing that libraries are in fact defined not by what they contain, but by what books they exclude or fail to include. The essay also investigates the histories of libraries, makes a theoretical argument about the relation of canons to architectural space, and explores the psychology of collecting including the pathology of bibliomania.
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Geschenk von Simon Morris
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012518460
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  • Getting Inside Simon Morris Head
Ort LandYork (Grobritannien) Medium Buch
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  • 324 S., 19,8x12,8 cm, Auflage: 500, , ISBN/ISSN 9781907468216
    Softcover, Taschenbuch
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  • Getting Inside Simon Morris Head is a performative retyping of Simon Morris conceptual bookwork Getting Inside Jack Kerouacs Head. Like Morris original performance of retyping the scroll edition of Jack Kerouacs On the Road, Joe Hales project first appeared as a blog. At the rate of one page per day, like Morris retyping Kerouac before him, Hale retyped Morris entire book and in doing so re-retraces Kerouacs famous adventure. Morris gave us all of Kerouacs pages in reverse order: each blog post presented one page and the default settings of the blog platform organised his posts in reverse order, from the newest to the oldest. Now inverted again, as a double negative, Hale has restored the direction of travel to the story and produced a wholly (un)original new text. This first printed edition takes the imitative gesture to a new extreme. It features an introductory essay by poet Kenneth Goldsmith and reuses Morris paratext. From the cover design to the choice of paper, Hale tests the limits of conceptual extension.
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Geschenk von Simon Morris
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012287451
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