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" The world enters language as a dialectical relation between activities, between human actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history... "
The Poetics of DNA - 52. lappuse
autors: Judith Roof - 2007 - 243 lapas
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Poetic Prophecy in Western Literature

Raymond-Jean Frontain, Ph.D., Jan Wojcik, Raymond-Jean Frontain - 1984 - 222 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it...their human meaning so as to make them signify a human insignificance. The function of myth is to empty reality: it is, literally a ceaseless flowing out,...
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Twentieth Century Theories of Art

James M. Thompson - 1990 - 547 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it...their human meaning so as to make them signify a human insignificance. The function of myth is to empty reality: it is, literally, a ceaseless flowing out,...
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Whitman's Poetry of the Body: Sexuality, Politics, and the Text

M. Jimmie Killingsworth - 1991 - 218 lapas
...Ideology, "it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history and filled it with nature" (Barthes 142). The history that is replaced in Whitman's mythmaking is largely...
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Fairy Tale as Myth/myth as Fairy Tale

Jack Zipes - 1993 - 192 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it...their human meaning so as to make them signify a human insignificance. The function of myth is to empty reality; it is, literally, a ceaseless flowing out,...
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Myth and Method

Laurie L. Patton, Wendy Doniger - 1996 - 416 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history and has filled it with nature. . . . Myth is depoliticized speech."16 And, I would add, each telling keeps the nature but puts the...
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Caged in Our Own Signs: A Book about Semiotics

Kyong Liong Kim, Kyŏng-nyong Kim - 1996 - 242 lapas
...that was not in the original reality. This is the magic of myth. Barthes (1972) remarked, "it [myth] has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history and has filled it with nature.. . . The function of myth is to empty reality" (pp. 142-143). In this way, history evaporates in myth....
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The Cambridge History of American Literature: Volume 8, Poetry and Criticism ...

Cyrus R. K. Patell - 1994 - 545 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; 1t has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history and has filled it with nature. Barthes and Frye agree that myth brings coherence out of complexity and multiplicity and displays "essences."...
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Cultural Theory and Popular Culture: A Reader

John Storey - 1998 - 646 lapas
...actions; it comes out of myth as a harmonious display of essences. A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it...their human meaning so as to make them signify a human insignificance. The function of myth is to empty reality: it is, literally, a ceaseless flowing out,...
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Imagining Cities: Scripts, Signs, Memory

Sallie Westwood, John M. Williams, Professor John Williams, Routledge - 1997 - 289 lapas
...compete to assert an identity of its own making. REPRESENTING THE PROCESS OF URBAN REGENERATION [Myth] has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of...their human meaning so as to make them signify a human insignificance. The function of myth is to empty reality. (Barthes 1972: 142-3) The identity of urban...
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The Implied Spider: Politics & Theology in Myth

Wendy Doniger, Mircea Eliade Distinguished Service Professor of the History of Religions Wendy Doniger, Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty - 1998 - 200 lapas
...what myth gives in return is a natural image of this reality. ... A conjuring trick has taken place; it has turned reality inside out, it has emptied it of history and has filled it with nature. . . . Myth is depoliticized speech.61 Barthes is speaking here of right-wing myths that pretend to...
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