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" What is the sign of every literary decadence? That life no longer dwells in the whole. The word becomes sovereign and leaps out of the sentence, the sentence reaches out and obscures the meaning of the page, the page gains life at the expense of the whole... "
Paths from Ancient Greece - Pagina 137
geredigeerd door - 1988 - 206 pagina’s
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The Film Sense

Sergei Eisenstein, Jay Leyda - 1947 - 288 pagina’s
...the sentence, the sentence stretches too far and obscures the meaning of the page, the page acquires life at the expense of the whole— the whole is no longer a whole. . . . The whole has ceased to live altogether; it is composite, summed up, artificial, an unr.atural...
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Nietzsche, Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist

Walter Arnold Kaufmann - 1974 - 532 pagina’s
...of the style of decadence: What is the mark of every literary decadence? That life no longer resides in the whole. The word becomes sovereign and leaps...reaches out and obscures the meaning of the page, and the page comes to life at the expense of the whole — the whole is no longer a whole. This, however,...
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Nietzsche: Life as Literature

Alexander Nehamas - 1985 - 261 pagina’s
...style: "What is the mark of every literary decadence?" Nietzsche writes. "That life no longer resides in the whole. The word becomes sovereign and leaps...reaches out and obscures the meaning of the page, and the page comes to life at the expense of the whole — the whole is no longer a whole. This, however,...
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Hegel, Nietzsche and the Criticism of Metaphysics

Stephen Houlgate - 2004 - 320 pagina’s
...style) in Thus Spoke Zarathustra displays features which Nietzsche elsewhere describes as decadent: 'The word becomes sovereign and leaps out of the sentence,...the expense of the whole the whole is no longer a whole.'252 From what has been said in this section, one could extend the parallel and suggest that...
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Five Faces of Modernity: Modernism, Avant-garde, Decadence, Kitsch ...

Matei Călinescu - 1987 - 395 pagina’s
...in his famous definition of the "style of decadence": What is the sign of every literary decadence? That life no longer dwells in the whole. The word...expense of the whole — the whole is no longer a whole. But this is the simile of every style of decadence: every time, the anarchy of atoms, disaggregation...
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The Failure of the Word: The Protagonist as Lawyer in Modern Fiction

Richard H. Weisberg - 1989 - 218 pagina’s
...the sentence, the sentence stretches too far and obscures the meaning of the page, the page acquires life at the expense of the whole — the whole is no longer a whole. But that is the simile for every style of decadence. "" Anticipating Sartre,17 Nietzsche associates...
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Nietzsche and the Question of Interpretation: Between Hermeneutics and ...

Alan D. Schrift - 1990 - 249 pagina’s
...the present I merely dwell on the question of style — What is the sign of every literary decadence? That life no longer dwells in the whole. The word...expense of the whole — the whole is no longer a whole. But this is the simile of every style of decadence: [. . .] (CW, 7) This decadent style, for...
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Poethics, and Other Strategies of Law and Literature

Richard H. Weisberg - 1992 - 312 pagina’s
...the sentence, the sentence stretches too far and obscures the meaning of the page, the page acquires life at the expense of the whole— the whole is no longer a whole. But that is the simile for every style of decadence." Nietzsche, "Wagner's Case," Aphorism 7,...
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Aesthetics and Contemporary Discourse

Herbert Grabes - 1994 - 426 pagina’s
...characteristics of any literary decadence}" Nietzsche asks. His answer: [...] life has ceased to reside in the whole. The word becomes sovereign and leaps out of the sentence, the sentence overlaps and obscures the meaning of the page, the page gains life at the expense of the whole - the...
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Decadence and the Making of Modernism

David Weir - 1995 - 232 pagina’s
...present I merely dwell on the question of style.—What is the sign of even- literary decadence? Thai life no longer dwells in the whole. The word becomes...the page, the page gains life at the expense of the whole—the whole is no longer a whole. But this is the simile of every style of decadence: every time,...
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