A Rhetoric of Silence and Other Selected Writings

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Walter de Gruyter, 1995 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 328 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
The silence of the others
9
Chapter
18
Chapter 3
19
Chapter 4
27
Terms in force
36
The ups and downs of reading
44
Chapter 6
59
Reading and interdiction between word and word silence
143
Writing and interdiction
156
The reticence of the text
160
Borges and the invention of the name
171
Finlandbound on the way to Finland Between rhetorical
185
The miracle of the roses and Borgesultrarealism
198
Jules Laforgue a Uruguayan figure
212
an approach to Fellinis
226

a leitmotiv
66
Technique as repetition
68
Lexicalization of phrases
75
Chapter 7
81
literature and fragments
88
Chapter 8
96
Chapter 9
109
Le style cest au moins deux hommes
115
A read reader
122
Chapter 14
133
Symbols as passwords between spaces and species
239
a question of angels men nouns
256
Devenir immortel et puis mourir
263
Angels hybrids androgynous
271
The paradoxes of paradoxes
278
Notes
293
References
309
Subject index
327
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