6 edition of Prefaces to the diaphora found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 283-322) and indexes.
|Statement||by Peter Carravetta.|
|LC Classifications||PN49 .C36 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||89070239|
"Diaphora," as author Carravetta explains in the Preface to his Prefaces, is a concept of interpretive difference that encompasses the related notions of movement and exchange, and is manifested in figures of speech, broadly. Peter Carravetta is the Alfonse M. D'Amato Professor in Italian and Italian American Studies at Stony Brook University. Founding editor of DIFERENTIA (), bilingual poet and translator, he authored eight books of criticism, including Prefaces to the Diaphora (), Del postmoderno (), The Elusive Hermes: Method, Discourse, Interpreting ().
Peter Carravetta, Prefaces to the Diaphora (West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, ), pp., £ (hardback) chapter | 8 pages Nicholas Zurbrugg, The Parameters of Postmodernism (Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois Author: Alan Sinfield. Volume 4, avowedly the most innovative and theory-oriented of the series, appeared in English in with the title of Prefaces to the Diaphora. Il fantasma di Hermes: Saggio su metodo, retorica, interpretare.
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Prefaces to the diaphora: rhetorics, allegory, and the interpretation of postmodernity. The keystone of the book is Carravetta's notion of Diaphoristics, a theory of interpretation as dialogue. Diaphora, or difference, refers to the ancient quarrel between poetry and philosophy and signifies the movement between asymmetrical or heterogeneous forms of.
The keystone of the book is Carravetta's notion of Diaphoristics, a theory of interpretation as dialogue. Diaphora, or difference, refers to the ancient quarrel between poetry and philosophy and signifies the movement between asymmetrical or heterogeneous forms of discourse that have, both historically and speculatively, borne the transfer of meaning from one semantic/hermeneutic field to another.
Prefaces to the Diaphora Book Summary: The central concern of these eight studies and essays is the understanding and critique of culture at the shifty boundaries between the Modem and the Postmodern epochs.
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Ph.D., New York University, Dept of French & Italian, (Thesis Title: The Problem of Method and the Hermeneutic Perspective) Studied at Univ. of Bologna& the Univ. of Chicago M.A. in Italian (), City College/CUNY B.A. in English (), City College/CUNY Alfonse M.
D’Amato Professor of Italian and Italian American Studies.