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Reading the logic of sense as a psychological novel: Gilles Deleuze's adventure with Lewis Carroll
(Uludağ Üniversitesi, 2010)
Fransız filozof Gilles Deleuze'ün The Logic of Sense kitabında psikanalizle kurduğu yoğun ilişki, Deleuze düşüncesi içinde tutarsız bir aşama olarak sıklıkla sorunsallaştırılmıştır. Bu makale, söz konusu kitapta diziler ...
The authority of the word: reflecting on image and text in northern Europe, 1400-1700
(Sixteenth Century Journal, 2013-09)
The article reviews the book "The Authority of the Word: Reflecting on Image and Text in Northern Europe, 1400-1700," edited by Celeste Brusati, Karl A. E. Enenkel, and Walter S. Melion.
Marginality in the contemporary british novel
(Taylor & Francis, 2011)
Bergmann Loizeaux argues convincingly that the ekphrastic poet often felt a kinship with painters of the past, especially in the twentieth century. Marginalized as members of an elite form of art, poets sought visual ...
From the erotic blush to the petrifying Medusa gaze in George Eliot's novels
(Western Kentucky University, 2010-09)
Close reading of George Eliot's novels shows her characters betraying their emotions in a pattern of specular gazes. Certain of her female characters reveal their erotic feelings in a self-conscious blush, expressing the ...
Gender - bending fantasies inwomen's writing: fantastic in Angela Carter's the infernal desire machines of Dr. Hoffman nights at the circus and Jeanette Winterson's the passion, the.powerbook.
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
Mine Ozyurt Kilic’s discussion of gender bending in Angela Carter’s The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman and Nights at the Circus and Jeanette Winterson’s The Passion and The.Powerbook is particularly insightful ...
A sense of completeness, of understanding, enfolding all difference: An interview with Maggie Gee
(Oxford University Press, 2014-12)
Maggie Gee (OBE) is an innovative and unusual contemporary novelist whose work has been translated into thirteen languages and short-listed for two prestigious global literary prizes, the Orange Prize and the International ...
Where history meets ethics: Pat Barker’s Liza’s England
(Academic Journals, 2012)
A literary criticism is presented on the English fictional book "Liza's England," by Pat Barker. Particular focus is given to the ethical aspects portrayed in the book, including in regard to care for elderly people and ...
An apprenticeship in immaturity: Witold Gombrowicz’s Ferdydurke as an anti-bildungsroman
(Selçuk University, 2017)
This article argues that Ferdydurke, Witold Gombrowicz’s novel published in 1937 in Poland, formally and thematically subverts the classical Bildungsroman. The seminal novel that has propagated the Bildungsroman genre is ...
An engineering curriculum nourished by literature: a dream or a necessity?
Examines the need to include literature and the humanities in engineering education. How can an engineering student benefit from literature? Many important engineering problems require a wide range of problem-solving skills, ...