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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Me iuaat in gremio doctae legisse puellae : mindful reading in the elegies of Propertius

Franklinos, Tristan Emil 2016 (has links)
In a critical climate that privileges the hermeneutic position of a reader of a text over the irretrievable intentions of its author, this thesis challenges the status quo by considering the elegist Propertius as his own first reader. Through an exploration of what I have called 'mindful reading' - how Propertius appears to engage intratextually with his own poetic material, recasting parts of it lexically and thematically - alongside his interaction with the works of his peers and predecessors and wider cultural discourses, we, as readers, are able to appreciate how he may have understood aspects of his own poetry at a given moment. This particular mode of reading is encouraged, in part, by the repeated treatment of certain themes and ideas by Propertius, and, most conspicuously, by the inherently repetitive nature of the amorous discourse in which he is implicated with Cynthia. There are seven chapters. (1) A rhythm of intratextual reading is established in the generically important funerary elegies of Book I, setting this against the poet's amatory discourse. An analysis of II.i shows that mindful reading is a phenomenon that occurs between, as well as within, books. (2) Consideration is given to editorial division of the canonically named 'Book II', and the ordering of poems; the latter part of the chapter considers the important programmatic elegy, II.xiii. (3) A close reading of III.i and III.ii, and their response to Propertius' predecessors and contemporaries is considered, particularly through a (re)reading of II.xxxiv. (4) Poems treating lovers' brawls and lucubratio are discussed. (5) Propertius' engagement with Maecenas, and his continued adherence to his poetic creed are explored in III.ix and III.x. (6) The notion that Propertius appears to 'un-write' his amatory discourse with Cynthia through mindful reading in the closing cycle of Book III is treated. (7) The place of Cynthia within Book IV, and the elegist's generic explorations are explored through mindful reading.
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Entre gêneros e fronteiras : uma leitura de Mar paraguayo, de Wilson Bueno

Florentino, Nádia Nelziza Lovera de. 2016 (has links)
Orientador: Antônio Roberto Esteves Banca: Antonio Rodrigues Belon Banca: Gilmei Francisco Fleck Banca: Maria de Fátima Alves de Oliveira Banca: Ester Myriam Rojas Osorio Resumo: O escritor Wilson Bueno (1949 - 2010) pode ser considerado uma referência na produção literária brasileira das últimas três décadas. Todo o seu legado literário pode ser caracterizado como uma travessia nas fronteiras dos gêneros e do experimentalismo linguístico, e tem em Mar paraguayo (1992) um dos principais representantes desse trânsito entre as fronteiras. Nesse sentido, a partir dos pressupostos teóricos e críticos de autores como Gerard Genette (2006;2009), María Rosa Lojo (2011), Anselmo Peres Alós (2011; 2012), Néstor Perlonguer (1991;1992), Néstor García Canclini (2015), Irlemar Chiampi (1996), a abordagem será feita através da estruturação de três particularidades observadas no romance: a questão do gênero como gender, nas fronteiras entre o masculino e o feminino, na definição do (trans)gênero e da (trans)língua na invenção de uma linguagem, herdeira de Macunaíma, do Manifesto Antropófago e de Guimarães Rosa; a relação híbrida entre a poesia, a prosa, a fusão de culturas, ressaltando as fortes influências do neobarroco e do concretismo; e as conexões intertextuais, no reconhecimento dos diálogos com a tradição literária e com a cultura popular. Por fim, a hipótese é que tanto o discurso da protagonista quanto toda a estruturação do romance apontam para um hibridismo de gêneros e para a fronteira, entendida como um ponto para o qual os limites convergem e confundem-se. Tal hipótese se confirma e reflete um processo de criação artística que, por sua vez, não é inédi... (Resumo completo, clicar acesso eletrônico abaixo) Resumen: El escritor Wilson Bueno (1949 - 2010) puede ser considerado una referencia en la producción literaria brasileña de los últimos tres siglos. Su legado literario puede ser caracterizado como una travesía en las fronteras de los géneros y del experimentalismo lingüístico, y tiene en Mar paraguayo (1992) uno de los principales representantes de ese tránsito en las fronteras. En ese sentido, según los presupuestos teóricos y críticos de autores como Gerard Genette (2006;2009), María Rosa Lojo (2011), Anselmo Peres Alós (2011; 2012), Néstor Perlonguer (1991;1992), Néstor García Canclini (2015), Irlemar Chiampi (1996), el abordaje se dará a través de la estructuración de três particularidades observadas en la novela: la cuestión del género como gender, en las fronteras entre el masculino y el femenino, en la definición del (trans) género y de la (trans) lengua en la invención de un lenguaje heredero de Macunaíma, do Manifesto Antropófago y de Guimarães Rosa; la relación híbrida entre la poesía, la prosa, la fusión de culturas, resaltando las fuertes influencias del neobarroco y del concretismo; y las conexiones intertextuales, en el reconocimiento de los diálogos con la tradición literaria y con la cultura popular. Por fin, la hipótesis es que tanto el discurso de la protagonista cuanto toda la estructuración de la novela apuntan para un hibridismo de géneros y para la frontera, entendida como un punto para el cual los límites convergen y se confunden. Tal hipótesis se confirma y r... (Resumen completo clicar acceso eletrônico abajo) Abstract: The writer Wilson Bueno (1949 - 2010) can be considered a reference in Brazilian literary production of the last three decades. All of his literary legacy can be characterized as a crossing on the borders of genres and experimental language, and has in his Mar paraguayo (1992) one of the main representatives of this traffic across borders. In this sense, departing from the theoretical assumptions and critics by such authors as Gerard Genette (2006, 2009), María Rosa Lojo (2011), Anselmo Peres Alós (2011; 2012), Néstor Perlonguer (1991; 1992), Néstor García Canclini (2015), Irlemar Chiampi (1996), the approach will be made by structuring three particularities observed in the novel: the question of gender as a genre, the borders between male and female, in the definition of (trans) gender and (trans)language in the invention of a language, heir to Macunaíma, the anthropophagic Manifesto and Guimarães Rosa; the hybrid relationship between poetry, prose, fusion of cultures, highlighting the strong influences of Neo-Baroque and Concretism; and intertextual connections in the recognition of dialogues with literary tradition and popular culture. Thus, the hypothesis is that both the speech of the protagonist and the whole structure of the novel point to a hybridism of genres and towards the border, understood as a point to which the limits converge and get confused. This hypothesis is confirmed and reflects the process of artistic creation which, in turn, is not unheard of in terms ... (Complete abstract click electronic access below) Doutor
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Livros sobre livros : livro-cinema em Grenaway

Silva, Terezinha Elisabeth da 2006 (has links)
Orientador: Iara Lis Schiavinatto Tese (doutorado) - Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Instituto de Artes Made available in DSpace on 2018-08-06T13:12:57Z (GMT). No. of bitstreams: 1 Silva_TerezinhaElisabethda_D.pdf: 20447091 bytes, checksum: 11cf8307cf281799310a12cb1747c09f (MD5) Previous issue date: 2006 Resumo: Este trabalho objetiva investigar problemáticas acerca do livro como tema de narrativas cinematográficas e a importância da imagem cinematográfica na construção do imaginário. Destaca os desdobramentos dos diferentes aspectos da representação do livro articulados pela linguagem cinematográfica numa série de filmes. Aborda a interação entre texto escrito e texto imagético, enfocando as relações entre mídias impressas e as visuais. Demarca as várias noções de intertextualidade e suas conexões com a construção da memória artística, literária e cinematográfica. Apresenta análises de dois filmes do diretor Peter Greenaway: A Última Tempestade (1991) e O Livro de Cabeceira (1996). Precede as análises um item focado na obra do diretor que evidencia as relações que Greenaway estabelece entre várias mídias e o trânsito que faz em seu processo de criação, assinalando o caráter multimidiático e multidisciplinar de sua obra Nas análises dos filmes são evidenciadas as conexões entre livros e filmes que o diretor realiza, priorizando a noção de intertextualidade e as categorias constitutivas do livro. Abstract: This work aims to investigate matters concerning the book as subject of cinematographic narratives and the importance of the cinematographic image in the construction of the imaginary. It stresses different aspects of book representation articulated by the cinematographic language in several films. It approaches the interaction between written and imagetic texts, focusing the relationships between printed and visual media. It emphasizes the several intertextuality notions and their connections with the construction of the artistic, literary and cinematographic memory. It shows analyses of Peter Greenaway's Prospero1fs Books (1991) and The Pillow Book (1996). Precedes the analyses a topic focused on Greenaway's work which evidences the relations he establishes between several media and the flows he does in his creative process, pointing out the multimediatic and multidisciplinary character of his work. The films analyses evidences the connections realized between books and films, giving priority to intertextuality notion and the constituent categories of the book. Doutorado Doutor em Multimeios
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Coping with interdisciplinarity: postgraduate student writing in business studies.

Chandrasoma, Ranamukalage 2007 (has links)
University of Technology, Sydney. Faculty of Education. This thesis critically investigates how student writers cope with interdisciplinarity in business studies at postgraduate level. The corpus of knowledge student writers have to grapple with today seems to distance itself from the traditional mono-disciplinary contexts. Texts as well as the students who construct them are being continuously informed and conditioned by new values and imperatives of relatively new discursive practices. Hence, student academic writing(henceforward ‘student writing’) especially at postgraduate level can be regarded as a complex academic endeavour where students have to take up multiple writing positions. Analyzing student texts against the backdrop of the enormous intertextual and interdiscursive resources pertaining to interdisciplinarity is a major component of this thesis. Electivization of the curricula, on the other hand, while providing student writers with a wide range of choices, has created yawning gaps between what is commonly known as prior knowledge and what is yet to be learnt in the form of new knowledges. These epistemological considerations, i.e., how disciplinary knowledge is acquired, evaluated, contested, and strategically used also constitute an integral part of this research. Also of importance in the above contexts are the often lengthy and generically diverse assessment tasks students are required to accomplish within specific deadlines. The nature and structure of assignment topics and assessment tasks have in the past two decades or so undergone tremendous changes owing in large measure to disciplinary as well as socio-economic imperatives. Student writing has several dimensions in terms of the mode of assessment, egg. examination-based, presentation-based, research-based, observation-based. This thesis, however, will focus on research-based writing tasks. Based on the findings of this thesis, a paradigm called critical interdisciplinarity has been proposed in the concluding chapter of this thesis. Pedagogical and curricular considerations play a vital role in critical interdisciplinarity. By virtue of their encyclopaedic dimensions, knowledge domains relating to academic interdisciplinarity in student writing lend themselves to a wide range of future research projects. An attempt has been made here to critically explore only a tiny proportion of this inexhaustible repertoire of knowledge.
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Coping with interdisciplinarity: postgraduate student writing in business studies.

Chandrasoma, Ranamukalage 2007 (has links)
University of Technology, Sydney. Faculty of Education. This thesis critically investigates how student writers cope with interdisciplinarity in business studies at postgraduate level. The corpus of knowledge student writers have to grapple with today seems to distance itself from the traditional mono-disciplinary contexts. Texts as well as the students who construct them are being continuously informed and conditioned by new values and imperatives of relatively new discursive practices. Hence, student academic writing(henceforward ‘student writing’) especially at postgraduate level can be regarded as a complex academic endeavour where students have to take up multiple writing positions. Analyzing student texts against the backdrop of the enormous intertextual and interdiscursive resources pertaining to interdisciplinarity is a major component of this thesis. Electivization of the curricula, on the other hand, while providing student writers with a wide range of choices, has created yawning gaps between what is commonly known as prior knowledge and what is yet to be learnt in the form of new knowledges. These epistemological considerations, i.e., how disciplinary knowledge is acquired, evaluated, contested, and strategically used also constitute an integral part of this research. Also of importance in the above contexts are the often lengthy and generically diverse assessment tasks students are required to accomplish within specific deadlines. The nature and structure of assignment topics and assessment tasks have in the past two decades or so undergone tremendous changes owing in large measure to disciplinary as well as socio-economic imperatives. Student writing has several dimensions in terms of the mode of assessment, egg. examination-based, presentation-based, research-based, observation-based. This thesis, however, will focus on research-based writing tasks. Based on the findings of this thesis, a paradigm called critical interdisciplinarity has been proposed in the concluding chapter of this thesis. Pedagogical and curricular considerations play a vital role in critical interdisciplinarity. By virtue of their encyclopaedic dimensions, knowledge domains relating to academic interdisciplinarity in student writing lend themselves to a wide range of future research projects. An attempt has been made here to critically explore only a tiny proportion of this inexhaustible repertoire of knowledge.
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Intertextuality : fostering connections in the kindergarten classroom

Roache-Jameson, Sharyn, University of Western Sydney, College of Arts, School of Education 2006 (has links)
As a practising classroom teacher with an academic interest in literacy acquisition, I was aware of the complex nature of literacy and the controversial debates around the teaching and learning of literacy. Having frequently witnessed and been intrigued by the idiosyncratic intricacies of literacy learning in my teaching and parenting, I was drawn towards theorists and educators who recognise literacy as a complex social practice. As classroom teacher and researcher, I set out with the broad aim of exploring sociocultural factors influencing the literacy development of students in the class I was teaching at the time. Using a qualitative research paradigm, data collection began at the beginning of the school year and proceeded until the end of the final term. Data collection techniques included participant observation, field notes, video and audio recordings, questionnaires, structured and unstructured interviews and artefact collection. Initial analysis examined the data to identify factors that appeared to influence literacy development. As analysis proceeded, I became aware of intertextual incidents in the data. Intertextuality was first defined by Kristeva (1967) and describes the process of interpreting one text by means of a previously composed text. The presence of intertextual events in this study and the implications they have for literacy teaching and learning, precipitated the eventual focus for the study, namely, intertextuality. An exploration of the theory of intertextuality, its significance to literacy, analysis of intertextuality in this classroom data and the implications for literacy teaching in the kindergarten classroom became the central focus of the study. The study involved transcribing the intertextual incidents from the data and categorising them across three domains. The research has led to significant theoretical progress in understanding intertextuality and amongst other things has suggested a framework for describing intertextual incidents The final stage of the study also involved drawing together four themes from the literature on intertextuality with transcript examples from the kindergarten study. This conclusive paper indicates the application of independent critical ability in synthesising the new data with the complex body of literature surrounding intertextuality. Doctor of Education (Ed.D.)
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Intertextuality in Helen Lai's dancing texts

Yau, See-wing, Catherine. 2007 (has links)
Thesis (M. A.)--University of Hong Kong, 2007. Title proper from title frame. Also available in printed format.
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Tussen Gariep en Niger : die representasie en konfigurasie van grense, liminaliteit en hibriditeit in Kleur kom nooit alleen nie van Antjie Krog / M.E. Taljard

Taljard, Maria Elizabeth 2007 (has links)
Thesis (Ph.D. (Afrikaans and Dutch))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2007.
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Artis bene moriendi, voorskrifte & tekeninge vir 'n goeie dood : Memorandum : 'n verhaal met skilderye / Alwyn Petrus Roux

Roux, Alwyn Petrus 2009 (has links)
This dissertation attempts to research the construction of meaning through the analysis and interpretation of the multi-textual novel Memorandum: 'n verhaal met skilderve by Marlene van Niekerk and Adriaan van Zyl. Memorandum is an exceptionally multifaceted text in which various patterns overlap. Any adequate analysis and interpretation of the novel must pay due attention to the comprehensive and variegated processes of meaning generation that are simultaneously active in this very dense text. Given the fact that all themes and motives are kept relevant all the way through, there is a danger that the researcher might get lost and that the argument (s)he produces might become too vague. Therefore this study focuses on only four aspects, which will then also determine the structure of the dissertation: (1) the unusual and complex narrative structure of the text; (2) the wide variety of forms, spheres or dimensions of the representation of spaces; (3) the disseminating intertextual game; and (4) the textual manifestations of liminality, which include liminal persons, situations, processes and the innovative approach and style of the text with regard to the relation between text and paintings. The dissertation attempts to participate in and add to the ongoing conversation between word, image, structure and theory through utilising not only narrative theory and narrative methods (which include the basic theory for studying spaces in literary texts), but also intertextual and liminal theory, in order to add to accepted notions of textual boundaries. Thesis (M.A. (Afrikaans and Dutch))--North-West University, Potchefstroom Campus, 2009.
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Writing in the shadow, or writing the present in the past and writing the past for the present

Lam, Yung. 1994 (has links)
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Hong Kong, 1994. Includes bibliographical references (p. 71-77).

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