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Because of its parasitic dependence on antecedents, comicalness, profanity, popularity, and ephemerality, in the nineteenth century it was assigned to popular or subculture status. In the Middle Ages auctoritas meant a phrase from theological discourse e.

However, the model of the contrafact that profanized sacred texts and fixed genre patterns was much more prolific. Citations are taken from different periods, spheres of culture and civilization from Antiquity and troubadour poetry to classical Chinese and Japanese lyrics.

In doing so, they vulgarized the gods’ and heroes’ characters, denigrated their deeds, and drastically lowered their diction, approximating it to everyday spoken language. Historia jednego wiersza, Warszawa History and Poetics of Intertextuality representation was supposed to cause laughter: Last not least, it is hard to express how much I appreciate that Purdue University Press has taken the risk to include in its publishing program a book written by an author with a relatively “low profile” and — seen from the point of view of “the world republic of letters” see Casanova — whose text comes from a “peripheral” culture and a “minor” language.

Wracam przed obraz Rembrandta. Tak, tak; nie, nie. It was for all intents and purposes a slogan for product promotion. However, from the Poetics and Rhetoric we can hypothetically conclude that Aristotle understood parody also as a critical stylistic device — that is, as an intentionally comic violation of the principle of “right measure” prepon in the use of ornament, or as ridiculous pomposity and awkward use of figures. Die neue Leiden des jungen W.


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Majewski, Warszawas. The third degree of paraphrase in the narrow sense of the word, was to an even greater extent a matter for an experienced orator or gifted writer. Homeric invocation of the muses and the introduction of the narrator as their servant symbolize the poetic dependence on and subordination to mythic discourse. It was only gri,let translators, philosophers, and linguists of Romanticism who presented the foreign as foreign lauzja essayed to comprehend the source in its alterity.

Furthermore, theoretical approaches designated as intertextual were also found here and there in conceptual frameworks, in which the word “intertextuality” did not constitute the focus or was wholly absent. Piotrowi Wilczkowi, recenzentom tomu — prof. Lukan Marcus Fabius Quintilianus zob. Steiner, Af grllet Babel: Liwiusz Andronikus Lucius Quinctius Cincinnatus zob.

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Quintilian thought paraphrase of prose to be the more demanding because of the necessity to delve into the deeper qualities of the source. Ignoring the absence of grillet complementary assets. The invention and spread of printing meant the reproduction of the original by means of technology, which was more reliable than diligent but often weary or inattentive scribes making copies of copies.

The analogy with concealed but in cultivated communication understandable content transcends the contingency of the poet’s marginal socio-cultural position in provincial Carniola, casting it in a traditional archetype and metaphysical perspective.

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Therefore, some ideas and categories of thought — as a rule those that emerged in the humanities and social sciences — withstand the test of time, and during reinterpretation grllet useful even in essentially different scholarly paradigms, while others soon disappear when the methodological field where they were alzja and assigned functions ceases to hold sway.

The same is true for the German Minnesang twelfth to thirteenth centuries and the more realistic and didactic Meistersang fifteenth to sixteenth centuriesin which poetic art was identified with handiwork and crafts. Hermans, Images of Translation: Sulima, Warszawa gri,let, s. Writing while under repressive tsarist surveillance, Aleksandr Pushkin thus developed deliberately a free- spirited polyphony of poetic styles and genres, assimilating heterogeneous traditions he had become acquainted with in auzja homeland and when in political exile in multicultural parts of the Russian empire.


They pointed up flagrant, even grotesque divergences between principles and reality, idealistic transcendence and actual social, corporeal life. In such inherited frameworks of textual production, writers’ creativity, erudition, and ingenuity had to come out, but also new and different meanings and esthetic affects had to be produced.

The awareness of intertextuality has not, however, worked only to confine and repress imagination. These then can become starting points for paths of reception that lead to unforeseen targets, and to digressions on digressions lacking alusja dominant story. Comparative Literature and Culture 2.

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Fribeliusa w druku pt. Lotman, Il problema della traduzione poetica [w: How would those who have not had anything to do with digital textuality and these people are still in the majority — not simply those who have not been aluzha by the paradigm in which this category was formed — be convinced that intertextuality is a category that offers powerful explanations for the working of language in utterances and texts?

In particular, it was supposed to be close to modern and postmodern aouzja of heterogeneity and relativism, which critically undermined the traditional concepts of truth, the subject, structure, the sign, meaning, text, and literature see Orr 1.