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Comments on Andrew Milner, JR Burgmann, Rjurik Davidson and Susan Cousin’s Essay (2015) "Ice, Fire and Flood: Science Fiction and the Anthropocene"
Series: Empirio-schematics. Price: $1.95 USD. Words: 5,720. Language: English. Published: August 3, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Social Science » Research, Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory
In 2015, Andrew Milner, JR Burgmann, Rjurik Davidson and Susan Cousins publish an essay in Thesis Eleven, a journal ranging from critical theory to historical sociology. The essay riffs off the term “sci-fi” with the neologism “cli-sci”. These comments rely on two triadic models developed in Comments on Jacques Maritain’s Book (1935) Natural Philosophy.
Story in Mind: A Constructivist Narratology. The Psychological and Linguistic Foundations to How Stories Work
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 68,970. Language: British English. Published: March 13, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory, Nonfiction » Education & Study Guides » Study guides - Literature
The book that changes the foundations of narrative theory. The book that formalises story as well as narrative. The book that allows the story creator, the characters and the receiver of a story to be united in a groundbreaking new approach to the study of story.
Comments on Joseph Carroll’s Chapter (2018) "Evolutionary Literary Theory"
Series: Re-Articulations. Price: $2.00 USD. Words: 3,670. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2019. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory
In 2018, Joseph Carroll publishes a chapter in A Companion to Literary Theory. The title of the chapter is "Evolutionary Literary Theory". These comments offer a polemical response, while agreeing with Carroll's visionary intent. What is the adaptive function of literature? Look and see.
Comments on Paul Cobley's Essay (2018) "Human Understanding: A Key Triad"
Paul Cobley, at Middlsex University, composes a remembrance for John Deely, by reviewing one of many innovative notions. These comments re-articulate this article using the category-based nested form. Deely's triad consists of actualities in an interscope.
Paragrafer om tilfellet Torgersen
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 60,600. Language: Norwegian (Bokmål). Published: April 6, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Criminal, Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory
En bok om Fredrik Fasting Torgersen som dikter og Torgersen-saken som diktning. "Paragrafer om tilfellet Torgersen" (Paragraphs on the Torgersen Case) by Dr. Johan Dragvoll (The Bergen School, 2017) is a study of one of the most famous and infamous cases of miscarried justice in Norwegian history.
Depictions of Childhood in Dickens’s Great Expectations and the Poetry of Wordsworth
Price: $2.99 $1.20 USD. (60% off!) Words: 3,130. Language: English. Published: October 2, 2016 by Rainbow Crush. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory, Essay » Literature
How is childhood represented in Charles Dickens’s classic novel Great Expectations? In this 3,000-word essay, images of early life in the poetry of William Wordsworth is compared and contrasted with Pip’s journey. About the Author: Crispin Mayfair is a semiotician by training and an author by trade.
Death of the Author: A Brief Semiotic Examination of the End of Authorship
Price: $2.99 $1.20 USD. (60% off!) Words: 1,700. Language: English. Published: October 2, 2016 by Rainbow Crush. Categories: Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory, Essay » Literature
Who is the final authority on the meaning of a literary text? Does the reader’s interpretation hold more value than the writer’s intent? This 1,500-word essay exploring Roland Barthes’s paper “The Death of the Author” takes a semiotic approach to literary interpretation and touches on Surrealism, automatic writing, and psychoanalysis.
This Book is Fucking Stupid
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 64,990. Language: English. Published: March 31, 2012 by Clinicality Press. Categories: Fiction » Literature » Literary, Nonfiction » Literary criticism » Semiotics & Theory
Ben and Stuart are old friends. Having known one another since school, they’ve grown up together and remained friends into adulthood. But now into their thirties, their lives have taken very different paths, and they’re now very different people, leading very different lives, following different careers. At the heart of this radical novel lies a touchingly contemporary tale of friendship and loss.