5 edition of Intimations of ambiguity found in the catalog.
|Series||Stuttgarter Arbeiten zur Germanistik,, Nr. 362|
|LC Classifications||PR868.R73 F67 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 142 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||142|
|LC Control Number||00391457|
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The main sources which helped writing this assignment were Intimations of ambiguity by Juliane Forssmann and the two essays on the double in the Companion to literary Myths, Heroes and Archetypes, edited by Pierre Brunel and in Elisabeth Frenzel's Motive der WeltliterFormat: Paperback.
The book is essentially a recounting of the soul plagued and blessed by intimations of another, spiritual realm and the loss of anything that measures up to them in what becomes, by the end of the book, an Inferno of ambiguities which our wildered 19th Century Hamlet is more than happy to depart/5(34).
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in compensation, the work bore intimations of glamour: lunch at “21,” dinner with John O 4/5(32). There are intimations of drug use and sexual ambiguity; Francois is revealed as a self-absorbed creep who treated his wife like a piece of furniture, engaged in repeated infidelities and neglected.
Intimations of the ‘Informal Economy’ but the operations of street markets were cloaked in ambiguity; in this uncertainty lay the source of traders’ informal status. Municipal law held that no market for provisions could be held within seven miles of The City, but certain markets were nonetheless tolerated ‘by custom and usage.
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Julian Barnes Searches For 'Sense' In A Hazy 'Ending' When divorced Tony and intimations of mortality are in the air. This purposeful ambiguity is typical of. The author argues that children’s books are not, as commonly held, either didactic or entertaining and that successful juvenile literature teaches what Lewis Carroll, who wrote Alice in Wonderland, termed “mental recreation.”Pendlebury contends that learning and play, far from being opposites, can closely resemble one another and sometimes even seem indistinguishable.
Power shifts back and forth between a man and a woman - a director and an actress, a dominant and a submissive, perhaps even a mortal and an otherworldly force.
The book enthusiastically embraces ambiguity; which is normally a fine thing, but becomes risky if it threatens clarity of theme. Ambiguity can open the door to creative readings, but also challenge meaningful communication: an alert and creative reader might take hints not so much in a single wrong way, but in multiple contradictory ways, and.
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May show signs of minor shelf wear and contain limited notes and highlighting/5(4). In a great extend his first elaboration on modernity and the fear of ambiguity have the Jewish condition as the main empirical source. About Identity [ edit ] I'm just wondering if, in light of Zygmunt Bauman's own discussion on Identity in the book, whether it is right to include such a .The Well Wrought Urn: Studies in the Structure of Poetry is a collection of essays by Cleanth is considered a seminal text in the New Critical school of literary title contains an allusion to the fourth stanza of John Donne's poem, "The Canonization", which is the primary subject of the first chapter of the book.The new "ambiguity" means, in a way adjudged favorable to literary, poetic, intellectually and psychologically well-devised and praiseworthily executed linguistic performance, uncertainty of meaning, or difficulty for the interpreter in identifying just what the meaning in question is: it means the old meanings of ambiguity with a difference.
It means uncertainty of meaning (of a word or.