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Name the basic aspects of narrative fiction.

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Events: story
Verbal representation: text
Act of telling/writing: narration

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What is poetic?

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A text is poetic when it…

  • is ambiguous
  • is ambivalent
  • contains a multiplicity of meaning


  • Literary studies = how literary texts create meaning
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Show the etymology of "text".

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• Latin n. textus, “that which is woven, web, texture,
tissue”


• Latin v. texere, “to weave, to compose in a skilfull
way”

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What are the surplus of literary texts?

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• ambiguity
• ambivalence
• multiple meaning

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What are Cohan and Shires core concepts:

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• sign
• sign system
• arbitrariness
• convention
• difference

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What are the three core features of sign?

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• arbitrary: not motivated, could work in a different way


• conventional: dependent on cultural conventions and codes


• differential: a sign has meaning because it is different from
other signs

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Connect onomatopeoia with the three core features of sign.

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• kikeriki (German)
• coqueriquo (French)
• wauwau (German)
• bow-wow (English)
• Ouch! (English)
• Au! (German)
• Aïe! (French)



• arbitrary: not motivated, could work in a different way


• conventional: dependent on cultural conventions and codes


• differential: a sign has meaning because it is different from other signs

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Literary texts; What are the questionsto ask?

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  1. Which words are unfamiliar?
  2. What does the situation look like? Who is the speaker? Who is the the addressee?
  3. What is the structure of the text? How does it correlate with the argument?
  4. What is the tone of the text?
  5.  What are the signs, images, tropes the text works with? To what extent are they "conventional" sense? What other texts do they evoke? What is their historicity?

    


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What is the tendency of text?

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Text cannot but be part of the world.

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What is poetry? Define.

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• genre
• specific language
• formal structure
• poetry not one thing but many
o variety of language practices
o poetry changes through history
• profound personal emotion & experience

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What is the difference between lyric and narrative?

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lyric = “monologue about feeling or a state of consciousness”
“private utterance” (1)


narratives = “expression to feelings within the framework of a story and its telling”
“public utterance” (1)

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What is literature?

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Primary texts: literary texts


Secondary texts: interpretations & theoretical discussions


Literature = poetic & aesthetic texts

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Q:

Name the basic aspects of narrative fiction.

A:

Events: story
Verbal representation: text
Act of telling/writing: narration

Q:

What is poetic?

A:

A text is poetic when it…

  • is ambiguous
  • is ambivalent
  • contains a multiplicity of meaning


  • Literary studies = how literary texts create meaning
Q:

Show the etymology of "text".

A:

• Latin n. textus, “that which is woven, web, texture,
tissue”


• Latin v. texere, “to weave, to compose in a skilfull
way”

Q:

What are the surplus of literary texts?

A:

• ambiguity
• ambivalence
• multiple meaning

Q:

What are Cohan and Shires core concepts:

A:

• sign
• sign system
• arbitrariness
• convention
• difference

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What are the three core features of sign?

A:

• arbitrary: not motivated, could work in a different way


• conventional: dependent on cultural conventions and codes


• differential: a sign has meaning because it is different from
other signs

Q:

Connect onomatopeoia with the three core features of sign.

A:

• kikeriki (German)
• coqueriquo (French)
• wauwau (German)
• bow-wow (English)
• Ouch! (English)
• Au! (German)
• Aïe! (French)



• arbitrary: not motivated, could work in a different way


• conventional: dependent on cultural conventions and codes


• differential: a sign has meaning because it is different from other signs

Q:

Literary texts; What are the questionsto ask?

A:
  1. Which words are unfamiliar?
  2. What does the situation look like? Who is the speaker? Who is the the addressee?
  3. What is the structure of the text? How does it correlate with the argument?
  4. What is the tone of the text?
  5.  What are the signs, images, tropes the text works with? To what extent are they "conventional" sense? What other texts do they evoke? What is their historicity?

    


Q:

What is the tendency of text?

A:

Text cannot but be part of the world.

Q:

What is poetry? Define.

A:

• genre
• specific language
• formal structure
• poetry not one thing but many
o variety of language practices
o poetry changes through history
• profound personal emotion & experience

Q:

What is the difference between lyric and narrative?

A:

lyric = “monologue about feeling or a state of consciousness”
“private utterance” (1)


narratives = “expression to feelings within the framework of a story and its telling”
“public utterance” (1)

Q:

What is literature?

A:

Primary texts: literary texts


Secondary texts: interpretations & theoretical discussions


Literature = poetic & aesthetic texts

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