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" The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive or poetic, is to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object,... "
The Poetics of DNA - 51. lappuse
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The Dramatic Unity of "Huckleberry Finn"

George C. Carrington - 1976 - 201 lapas
...Roland Barthes says that "the goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive [eg, critical] or poetic, is to reconstruct an object' in such a...thereby the rules of functioning (the 'functions') of the object. The imitated object makes something appear which remained invisible, or if one prefers...
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After the New Criticism

Frank Lentricchia - 1980 - 384 lapas
...society takes possession"). When, therefore, he writes that the "goal of all structuralist activity ... is to reconstruct an 'object' in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning . . . of this object"; when he describes the structuralist activity as a type of imitation whose goal...
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Beyond Deconstruction: The Uses and Abuses of Literary Theory

Howard Felperin - 1986 - 226 lapas
...literature) working in much the same way: 'The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflective or poetic, is to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of its functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the...
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Literary Structure, Evolution, and Value: Russian Formalism and Czech ...

Jurij Striedter - 1989 - 317 lapas
..."Structuralist activity." For Barthes this "activity, whether reflexive or poetic . . . reconstructs] an 'object' in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning (the 'functions') of this object," thus transforming or recreating the object into a meaningfully structured "simulacrum."45...
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Text: The Genealogy of an Antidisciplinary Object

John Mowitt - 1992 - 245 lapas
...Activity" from 1963 Barthes identified the role of structuralism (even in its literary form) as the attempt to "reconstruct an 'object' in such a way as to manifest...the rules of functioning (the 'functions') of this object," 1 in essence adumbrating the move that directed his attention to the "work's" status as a...
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Appropriating Shakespeare: Contemporary Critical Quarrels

Brian Vickers - 1994 - 508 lapas
...signified, and how it did so? Barthes defined 'the goal of structuralist activity' in 1963 as being 'to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to manifest...the rules of functioning (the "functions" of this object)' (ibid., p. 214). This concern with 'how things circulate' persists in Current Literary Theory,...
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Diasporic Mediations: Between Home and Location

Rajagopalan Radhakrishnan - 1996 - 217 lapas
...of "structure" as offered by Roland Barthes in his programmatic essay "The Structuralist Activity": The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive...the rules of functioning ("the functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed interested simulacrum,...
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Postmodernism: Critical texts

Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist - 1998 - 367 lapas
...distinction between subject and object. Structuralist conclusions are the object illuminated by the subject: The goal of all structuralist activity, whether reflexive or poetic, is to reconstruct (reconstituer) an "object" in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of its functioning (the "functions")...
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Art Subjects: Making Artists in the American University

Howard Singerman - 1999 - 296 lapas
...added is the structural world. "The goal of all structuralist activity," wrote Roland Barthes in 1963, is to reconstruct an "object" in such a way as to...the rules of functioning (the "functions") of this object. Structure is therefore actually a simulacrum of the object, but a directed, interested simulacrum,...
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Inside Modernism: Relativity Theory, Cubism, Narrative

Thomas Vargish, Delo E. Mook - 1999 - 185 lapas
...reality of Modernism. As Roland Barthes observed, Structuralism has as its major strength the ability to "reconstruct an 'object' in such a way as to manifest thereby the rules of functioning."18 Saussure, Piaget, Lévi-Strauss, and their allies and colleagues (including such hard-to-place...
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