Images and imagery : frames, borders, limits : interdisciplinary perspectives / edited by Leslie Boldt-Irons, Corrado Federici, Ernesto Virgulti.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : P. Lang, c2005.
Description
xv, 293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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Series
Studies on themes and motifs in literature ; v. 74 [More in this series]
Notes
Revised versions of papers presented at the second biennial Image and Imagery conference, the theme of which was Frames, borders limits, held at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada, Nov. 7-9, 2002.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Part 1. Screen, video and stage: bringing the audience in. Dada performance and the rhetoric of nonsense: tearing down the wall at the Cabaret Voltaire / David Escoffery -- Phatic (dys)functions: the shifting contour of the TV screen / Gary Genosko -- Web installation art, interactivity and "user connectivity" / Elizabeth K. Mennon -- Part 2. Painting versus poetry: revitalizing the tradition. Gustave Moreau and the paragone: a painter's challenge to a new breed of art critic / Sarah Lippert -- Poetry and visual practices in Italy: aesthetic and ideological subversions / John Picchione -- Frank O'Hara's oranges: the relations between poetry, painting and painters / Karen Ware -- Part 3. Deframing and reframing categories and spaces. Fantasies of modernity in mid-century Mexico / Lourdes Bates -- "Truth in framing": Medusa's defeat or triumph of the framed-self in A.S. Byatt's Medusa's ankles / Laurence Petit -- From Pre-Luddites to the Human Genome Project: smashing frames in Sheilagh Stephenson's play: An experiment with an air pump / Gyllian Raby -- Part 4. Women outside the frame. Novel, script, image: a case study of the Phallic (M)other in mainstream culture / Jaime Bihlmeyer -- "Under the promise of bark": erotic power in Emily Carr's self-portrait (1938-39) / Cy-Thea Sand -- The monstrous representation of women in the Mexican cultural imaginary / Cristina Santos -- Part 5. Visual texts, literary texts, and virtual texts. Creating a "Maxx"imum narratology: the Maxx comic books and narrative theory / Maria Beaudoin -- Rewriting Las Meninas: imagery and textuality in Antonio Tabucchi's Il gioco del rovescio / Michela Meschini -- Intersecting Blake: rereading The marriage of heaven and hell / Christina Wallace -- Part 6. The "real" outside the frame. Lynn Johnston's "Theratoons": extending the limits of the comic strip / Faith Balisch -- Depiction and destruction: W.G. Sebald's realism / Patrick Lennon -- Between presence and absence: Caravaggio's The Supper at Emmaus / Judith Levy.
ISBN
0820474231 (hardcover : alk. paper)
LCCN
2004027910
OCLC
57143163
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