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" The point is that texts have ways of existing that even in their most rarefied form are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place, and society — in short, they are in the world, and hence worldly. "
J.M. Coetzee: South Africa and the Politics of Writing - Pagina 3
door David Attwell - 1993 - 160 pagina’s
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Mimesis in Contemporary Theory: An Interdisciplinary Approach

Mihai Spariosu - 1984 - 317 pagina’s
...that marked the structuralist and poststructuralist tides. "Texts have ways of existing," Said writes, "that even in their most rarefied form are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place, and 39 society — in short, they are in the world, and hence are worldly." What might have seemed a truism...
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Literary Theory's Future(s)

Joseph P. Natoli - 1989 - 337 pagina’s
...alternative intentions whose advancement is a fundamental human and intellectual obligation" (30-31). Texts "are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place,...short, they are in the world, and hence worldly," Said says (35), but as texts they are not simply determined by that place. As texts, "they place themselves...
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Reorientations: Critical Theories and Pedagogies

Bruce Henricksen, Tha´s E. Morgan, Thais Morgan - 1990 - 275 pagina’s
...circumstances, which are felt regardless of ... the critic's methods. . . . The point is that texts . . . are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place,...society — in short, they are in the world, and hence worldly."33 As described and practiced by the teachers in Reorientations, feminism, reader-response...
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Teaching Against the Grain: Texts for a Pedagogy of Possibility

Roger I. Simon - 1992 - 172 pagina’s
...interpretation and cultural politics? First of all, it is useful to stress Edward Said's remark that "texts have ways of existing that even in their most rarefied...enmeshed in circumstance, time, place and society. " What Said is emphasizing here is a text as a form in which "worldliness, circumstantiality, the text's...
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Postmodernism: Disciplinary texts : humanities and social sciences

Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist - 1998 - 805 pagina’s
...writes in his essay, "have ways of existing, both theoretical and practical that even in their more rarefied form are always enmeshed in circumstance,...society — in short they are in the world, and hence are worldly." Texts are in the world in a material sense first of all; they are subjected to the same...
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Early Modern Tales of Orient: A Critical Anthology

Kenneth Parker - 1999 - 290 pagina’s
...time from The World, the Text, and the Critic, that ‘texts have ways of existing that even in the most rarefied form are always enmeshed in circumstance,...short, they are in the world, and hence worldly'. 8 The validity of such a thesis needs to be tested not only against the texts of the time in which...
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Anthology: Issues 6-10

British Council - 1999 - 124 pagina’s
...because "texts have ways of existing that even in their most rarefied form [such as fictional narratives] are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place,...in short, they are in the world, and hence worldly" (Said, 1983 p35). In other words, the supposed location of Lilliput and Blefuscu either makes the two...
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Early Modern Tales of Orient: A Critical Anthology

Kenneth Parker - 1999 - 290 pagina’s
...'texts have ways of existing that even in the most rarefied form are always enmeshed in cireumstance, time, place, and society - in short, they are in the world, and hence worldly'.8 The validity of such a thesis needs to he tested not only against the texts of the time...
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Swift as Nemesis: Modernity and Its Satirist

Frank T. Boyle - 2000 - 242 pagina’s
...methods possess. The point is that the texts have ways of existing that even in their most raref1ed form are always enmeshed in circumstance, time, place,...in short, they are in the world, and hence worldly. Whether a text is preserved or put aside for a period, whether it is on a library shelf or not, whether...
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Imagining Grace: Liberating Theologies in the Slave Narrative Tradition

Kimberly Rae Connor - 2000 - 311 pagina’s
...The World, the Text, and the Critic, Said observes that "texts have ways of existing that even in the most rarefied form are always enmeshed in circumstance,...place, and society — in short, they are in the world, hence worldly" (35). His concept of borrowed or "traveling theory" therefore is an acknowledgment that...
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