H. C. Artmann's Structuralist Imagination: A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity

H C Artmann s Structuralist Imagination A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity Schuster argues that H C Artmann s literary work is composed of a structuralist imagination that corresponds with Saussurean semiology and the perspective of synchrony Following a discussion of releva
  • Title: H. C. Artmann's Structuralist Imagination: A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity
  • Author: Marc-Oliver Schuster
  • ISBN: 9783826044731
  • Page: 280
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  • H. C. Artmann's Structuralist Imagination: A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity
    Schuster argues that H C Artmann s literary work is composed of a structuralist imagination that corresponds with Saussurean semiology and the perspective of synchrony Following a discussion of relevant contexts such as biography, scholarship, Austrian culture and methodology, Artmann s aesthetic principles are considered under the headings of synchrony, arealism anSchuster argues that H C Artmann s literary work is composed of a structuralist imagination that corresponds with Saussurean semiology and the perspective of synchrony Following a discussion of relevant contexts such as biography, scholarship, Austrian culture and methodology, Artmann s aesthetic principles are considered under the headings of synchrony, arealism and smallness These principles account for the three sign categories that are characteristic of his work aliens, angels, and monsters By defining postmodernity as bi paradigmatic irony, Artmann s strong potential for post modernity is applied to the prose texts dracula dracula, t k ph rong s leng, and Gr nverschlossene Botschaft Three Contexts of Artmann s Work Biographic Context Scholarly Context Artmann s Aesthetic in His Plays Artmann s Aesthetic in His Work Generally Cultural Context of Austrianness Austrianness as Ideology Artmann s schneewittgenstein The Motif of the Surface Artmann s Synchrony in Bi Paradigmatic Opposition to Austrian Diachrony Methodology Theorizing Postmodernity German language Austrian Discourses on Postmodernity and Artmann s Potential for Postmodernity German language Discourses on Postmodernity The Issue of History Artmann s Defense of Popular Culture Austrian Contexts of Postmodernity Literature and Critical Discourses Artmann s Potential for Postmodernity Methodological Framework Radical Constructivism McHale, Glasersfeld, Schmidt Paradigms of Signification Two Perspectives Diachrony, Synchrony , Three Ideologies Communicationism, Poststructuralism, Structuralism Literary Theory and Analytic Philosophy of Science General Semiotics Semiotics and Postmodernity Definition of Postmodernity Postmodern Signification Bi Paradigmatic Irony Structural Static Irony The Minimal Version of Irony Mono paradigmatic Irony and Bi paradigmatic Irony Artmann s Aesthetic of Autonomy and Smallness Three Aesthetic Principles Aesthetic Co notations Ci, Cn, Cm Smallness Tertiary Principle Co notation Cm Special Smallness Concreteness Psychological Smallness in Artmann s Self portraits Arealism Secondary Principle Co notation Qi Synchrony Primary Principle Co notation Q Surface Display, Analytic Reasoning, Non Bretonian Surrealism Apragmatic and Structuralist Authorship Structuralist Rhetoric Parody, Irony, Metaphor Containment The Methodic Ideal of Contextual Closure, the Aesthetic Ideal of Co textual Enclosure Four Special Aspects of Contextual Closure Multiple Closure, Structural Enclosure of Communicative Closure, Mise en tableau, Methodic Horror of Poststructural Disclosure Space and Visuality From Co text text to CiCuCm The Structuralist Design of Artmann s Work Co text text The Paradigmatic Formula of Artmann s Work Co notation notation Relative Primacy of Signified over Signifier Co notation Absolute Primacy of Co notation over Notation CiCuCm Absolute Primacy of Artmann s Aesthetic Co notations Ideology Rhetoric Artmann s Three Typical Sign Categories Black black Signs the Aliens Black Ideology Black Rhetoric drei lieder 1953 Structural Death of the Christian God as Author Heavy Aliens Schmaltzy Expressivity, Signature, Patriarchy, War White white Signs the Angels White Ideology White Rhetoric Proklamation 1953 Don Quixote Virgin Mary s Immaculateness Co Mary Artmann s Structuralist Version of the Virgin Mary White black Signs the Monsters White Ideology Black Rhetoric Nero and Wieland der Schmied The Black Weight of life Death as a Black Metaphor of Stasis, Sweetened by Humor and Childlikeness Kindhaftigkeit med ana schwoa pm dintn 1958 Monstrousness in Dialect Ught Monsters Blac.
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