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Signs Taken for Wonders: On the Sociology of…
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Signs Taken for Wonders: On the Sociology of Literary Forms (Radical… (original 1983; udgave 2006)

af Franco Moretti (Forfatter)

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Shakespearean tragedy and Dracula, Sherlock Holmes and Ulysses, Frankenstei and The Waste Land--all are celebrated "wonders" of modern literature, whether in its mandarin or popular form. However, it is the fact that these texts are so central to our contemporary notion of literature that sometimes hinders our ability to understand them. Franco Moretti applies himself to this problem by drawing skillfully on structuralist, sociological and psycho-analytic modes of enquity in order to read these texts as literary systems which are tokens of wider cultural and political realities. In the process, Moretti offers us compelling accounts of various literary genres, explores the relationships between high and mass culture in this century, and considers the relevance of tragic, Romantic and Darwinian views of the world.… (mere)
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Titel:Signs Taken for Wonders: On the Sociology of Literary Forms (Radical Thinkers)
Forfattere:Franco Moretti (Forfatter)
Info:Verso (2006), Edition: Revised ed., 273 pages
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Signs Taken For Wonders: Essays in the Sociology of Literary Forms af Franco Moretti (1983)

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What a piece of shit. "Issues in the sociology of a Literary Forms"! Don't make me laugh. Having read this book I had to wonder whether Moretti was able to identify his own reflection let alone a literary form. I have confidence that the average A'Level student of English Lit would have no effort in refuting the claims of this so called intellectual. If you want to read some Marxist literary criticism then read Marx and Engels' own literary criticism they at least had the benefit of being cultured and discriminating.

To all students: save your money. ( )
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Shakespearean tragedy and Dracula, Sherlock Holmes and Ulysses, Frankenstei and The Waste Land--all are celebrated "wonders" of modern literature, whether in its mandarin or popular form. However, it is the fact that these texts are so central to our contemporary notion of literature that sometimes hinders our ability to understand them. Franco Moretti applies himself to this problem by drawing skillfully on structuralist, sociological and psycho-analytic modes of enquity in order to read these texts as literary systems which are tokens of wider cultural and political realities. In the process, Moretti offers us compelling accounts of various literary genres, explores the relationships between high and mass culture in this century, and considers the relevance of tragic, Romantic and Darwinian views of the world.

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