5 edition of Henry Miller and the surrealist discourse of excess found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -214).
|Series||Modern American literature ;, v. 29, Modern American literature (New York, N.Y.) ;, v. 29.|
|LC Classifications||PS3525.I5454 Z7 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 214 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||214|
|LC Control Number||00052047|
Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion. Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "The books in my life" See other formats. Miller, Henry – Miller is an American novelist whose gusty, Rabelaisian prose won him notoriety in the 'thirties with such novels as Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn. (See also.
5) Henry Miller: New Perspectives From Henry Miller’s philosophy, religiosity, morality, obscenity, surrealist portrayal, sexual politics, to his life in Paris and feminist backlash, Henry Miller’s New Perspectives gives more depth into the life of Henry Miller. In this book, we get to see his devotion to his work and his ideas forming into substance. Caroline Blinder is Lecturer in English and American Literature at Goldsmiths, University of London. Blinder has written extensively on the intersections between photography and text, starting with Henry Miller’s work on Brassaï in her first book, A Self-Made Surrealist: Henry Miller () and since then in book chapters and articles on amongst others, Walker Evans, .
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Henry Miller and the surrealist discourse of excess: a post-structuralist reading. [Paul Jahshan] -- "Henry Miller is one of the least stylistically understood modern writers.
Having been dubbed a Zen saint and ostracized as a happy pornographer, Miller is now relegated to the museum of literary. Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess: A Post-Structuralist Reading.
From the Publisher. This book explores the origins and characteristics of French 20th Century surrealist aesthetics both in literary and fine art. As an aficionado of surrealism, Henry Miller employs metaphor to reflect alchemical experimentation.
His surreal imagery depicts the Author: Gay Louise Balliet. New Anatomies: Tracing Emotions in Henry Miller's Writings. Belfast, ME: Porter, Jahshan, Paul. Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess.
NY: Peter Lang, Ladenson, Elisabeth. Dirt for Art's Sake: Books on Trial from Madame Bovary to Lolita. NY: Cornell UP, Masuga, Katy. The Secret Violence of Henry Miller. that are deemed Miller's shortcomings.
In Henry Miller and the Surreal-ist Discourse of Excess () Paul Jahshan writes, "The whole theory of Millerian stylistic deviation is thus summed up in the above passage: the text is constantly trying to find itself, to represent itself to find a balance, a.
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Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess. Paul Jahshan. 13 Jul Hardback. US$ Add to basket. The Feeling of Being Henry Miller and Surrealist Metaphor. Gay /5(4). Description This book explores the origins and characteristics of French 20th Century surrealist aesthetics both in literary and fine art.
As an aficionado of surrealism, Henry Miller employs metaphor to reflect -alchemical experimentation.- His surreal imagery depicts the entropy of our time.5/5(1).
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Manniste, Indrek, Miller, Henry Against skeptics, Manniste argues that Miller does indeed have a philosophy of his own, which underpins most of his texts. It is demonstrated that this philosophy, as a metaphysical sense of life, forms a system the understanding of which is necessary to adequately explain even some of the most basic of Miller's.
The sources cited within the book "Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess: A Post-Structuralist " are presented including "Miller et les SurrÃ©alÃ¬stes," by Branko Aleksic, "Le Paysan de Paris," by Louis Aragon and "The New York Trilogy," by Paul Auster.
DICCIONARIO mÃnimo DEL SURREALISMO. Books Jahshan, P. () Years of Selected Writings on Ameen Rihani’s The Book of Khalid, Editor.
Washington D.C.: Platform International. Jahshan, P. () Cybermapping and the Writing of Myth. New York: Peter Lang. Jahshan, P. () Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess: A Post-Structuralist Reading. New York: Peter Lang. Chapter 12 of the book "Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess: A Post-Structuralist Reading" is presented.
It explores on how to deal with the characteristics of the Millerian text in adopting and incorporating Michael Riffaterre's approaches of. Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess Paul Jahshan This book makes an innovative contribution to the relatively young field of Queer Linguistics.
Subscribing to a poststructuralist framework, it presents a critical, deconstructionist perspective on the discursive construction of heteronormativity and gender binarism from a. See also Paul Jahshan, Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess: A Post-Structuralist Reading, (New York: Peter Lang, ) and Gay-Louise Balliet, Henry Miller and Surrealist Metaphor: 'Riding the Ovarian Trilogy' (New York: Peter Lang, ); James M.
Decker, Henry Miller and Narrative Form: Constructing the Self, Rejecting. Henry Miller and the Surrealist Discourse of Excess Paul Jahshan Inbunden. The Mark of Theory a new 'reflexive' approach based on Feminist Poststructuralist Discourse Analysis.
This book will appeal strongly to students and scholars of discourse analysis and media studies, and anyone with an interest in language, gender, leadership and.
Black Spring, published inmight be my least favourite book by Henry Miller so far. Written between Henry Miller is my favorite writer. He has been since I was 15 years old and I can barely describe what I felt when I found his works/5().
According to Miller, “Scarcely anything has been as stimulating to me as the theories and products of the Surrealists.” When one considers his writing in light of Breton’s “Manifesto of Surrealism,” one sees he was firmly rooted in Breton’s : R.
Martin. —henry miller, letter to sixteen-year-old william becker, j IT IS NO SECRET that a great deal of rhetorical rubbish has been written on the subject of Henry Miller, sexist. My conviction is that it has done little good either to the understanding of Henry Miller or toward the destruction of sexism.
p.1 - Editors’ Note p.2 - Henry Miller’s Letters to Herbert Read: (edited by James Gifford) Miller’s letters to English poet and critic Herbert Read () are bursting with his characteristic mix of insightful opinion about the state of the world and of Being, along with references to his personal life and work.
The meatiest portion covers a period from. Gathered together in the excellent new show “Lee Miller and Surrealism in Britain” is a selection of candid snaps both Miller and Man Ray took during their Cornish adventure. Most arresting is Miller’s photograph of an all-but-nude Carrington reclining in the sun, eyes closed, a smoldering cigarette clutched between the fingers of her left hand, with Ernst sitting behind .