The Silent Word - Textual Meaning And The Unwritten
This book is a selection of the papers presented at an international conference on “Meaning as Production: The Role of the 'Unwritten'”, held in Singapore in 1995. It takes textual analysis beyond the traditional boundaries of literary studies, into a more culturally dynamic field of social semiotics, rhetorical studies, hermeneutics and theories of interpretation. There are also essays that explore the issues with reference to canonical literary texts or authors.
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Nationalism and its Doubles in Postcolonial Theory
2 The Politics of the Unwritten and the Question of Value
3 Notes on Atavism
A Reading of Miltons Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained
What Happens Next?
The Pseudoscientific Basis of Postmodernist Literary Theory
Style and Theme in Spielbergs Schindlers List
8 The Role of Bangsawan Theatre in the Evolution of Modern Malay Drama
9 Fetishism and Maughams The Letter
Paratactic Structure and the Unwritten Canterbury Tales
The Modernist Philosophy of Meaning in Absentia
12 Unwritten Fetishes and Rhetorical Strategies in Matthew Arnolds Criticism
13 The Unwritten and the Underwriting of Ruskins Art Criticism
The Silence of Klytaimnestra in Agamemnon to line 258
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