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25. OTRAS CORRIENTES CENTRADAS EN EL LECTOR: Umberto ECO
Junto al interés de la Estética de la Recepción, se desarrollan otros movimientos que abordan la crítica literaria en el marco de la pragmática. En el ámbito de la crítica española se puede citar la pronta intuición sobre la importancia del lector que se aprecia en La hora del lector de José María C...
On Umberto Eco (Cold.), The Middle Ages. II Cathedrals, gentlemen and cities
The Political Myth or the Order of Polish Discourse
Historical politics play a crucial role in the creation of Polish national identity and often result in extreme and dangerous nationalism. It was Edward W. Said who had pointed out in his work entitled Culture and Imperialism that the interpenetration of politics and culture seems to be alarming. Th...
Listening as an Indispensable Component in Evangelization
The article discusses the problem of the importance of listening as an essential component of evangelization. It is not enough to talk about preaching realized by the Church from the perspective of the Gospel’s delivery with the only emphasize on the role of its preachers. It is also necessary to re...
The article focuses on the concept of interpreting national heritage developed by by Freeman Tilden in his classic work Interpreting Our Heritage (1957), which is discussed in the wider critical context of literary interpretations developed by Richard Rorty in The Pragmatist’s Progress and Rita Fels...
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‘Ein höherer Spaß’ or God’s meaning of humour? God and writing ‘medieval’ in L’Élu (1951) by Thomas Mann
Le Moyen Âge est notre enfance à laquelle il nous faut toujours revenir pour faire une anamnèse. Umberto Eco, Apostille au « Nom de la Rose » « Je m’amuse comme un petit fou », écrit le 1erjuin 1948 Thomas Mann, occupé à une reprise de la célèbre légende du Pape Grégoire, plus grand pécheur qui, sui...
Between the digital world and Built-in Orderly Organized Knowledge
The author is on the borderline of two generations: digital natives and digital immigrants. Thus, this paper presents the autoethnographic perspective of these two worlds as experienced by her. The first one, as Umberto Eco said, is a Built-in Orderly Organized Knowledge world and is the analogue wo...
The Roma CRIATION BY MEIO DE Palimpsestos IN THE NAME OF ROSA, DE Umberto ECO
Este trabalho propõe uma reflexão acerca da criação literária, mais especificamentesobre o texto romanesco intitulado O nome da rosa, do escritor italiano Umberto Eco. Osdados ocultos e a utilização do palimpsesto como forma de expressão literária geramconstantes reflexões sobre a criação literária...
The Leitor and its Implications on a certain happiness by Sonia Coutinho
The reader is key to the functioning of literature. But wasn’t in this way ever. For a long time the aesthetics bothered just with the author, leaving the reader aside. Today, is the reader that contributes in the constructions of narrations, giving a sense to them. This bring other implications. Ar...
UMBERTO ECO, JORGE LUÍS BORGES E OS FENBMENOS ESPECULARES: Para UMA FORMULAÇÕO FÍSICO-LITERÁRIA DO Conceito DE INTERTEXTUALIDADE
A intertextualidade representa um fenômeno estético-literário que ocorre com assiduidade em toda a Literatura Moderna desde o Renascimento, movimento intertextual por definição. O presente artigo pretende investigar como as produções literárias do escritor e ensaísta argentino Jorge Luís Borges e do...
Tradurre figure / Translating figurative language
International audience Papers by: Umberto Eco, Gerard Steen, Zoltan Kovecses, Christina Schaffner, Patricia Godbout, Stefano Arduini, Franco Nasi and several others. Tradurre Figure / Translating Figurative Language offers 30 original contributions on the interlingual translation of figurative langu...
The vertex of the lists: interview with Umberto Eco
Madamina, il catalogo è questo Delle belle che amò il padron mio; un catalogo egli è che ho fatt'io; Osservate, leggete con me. In Italia seicento e quaranta; In Alemagna duecento e trentuna; Cento in Francia, in Turchia novantuna; Ma in Ispagna son già mille e tre. (...) [youtube=https://www.youtub...
Pirandello, i.e. how not to believe in his reality,
Szkic pragnie przedstawić estetykę Pirandella jako finezyjne dziedzictwo estetyki ruin, której świetnym przedstawicielem we włoskiej tradycji był Giovanni Battista Piranesi. Pisze o tejże estetyce Umberto Eco, że to, co dostrzegamy w pisarstwie włoskiego dramaturga: „zmienia ona radykalnie koncepcję...
Formalistic approach to the renewal of Spanish theatre in the 1960s: Mary D’Ous by Els Joglars
You become a translator by translating
Set out in three chapters, this thesis which has the aim of investigating the omniscience of translation, starts out by analyzing an extract from Simenon in La Belle Hortense then moves to a study of the mistakes made in 40 translations by students at the University of Venice from a text by Agnès De...
Category of ambiguity of the musical message in the light of Umberto Eco’s open work concept
Among the works classified by Umberto Eco as open, a special place is taken by the artistic works representing the way of existence connected with the category of the openness of the second degree, reserved for physically closed works. Such works were definedby the Italian semiotician as sources of...
Mixes around Jacques the fatalist of Diderot, texts assembled by Jacques Domenech
Tout à fait atypique est ce recueil de textes que son auteur qualifie d’ailleurs de « mosaïque singulière » (p. 227). Atypique, il l’est d’abord par son genre, ni actes de colloque, ni ouvrage collectif, ni même mélanges réunis en hommage à un collègue. Il l’est aussi par son contenu qui allie artic...
Regarding intentio operis in the texts of legal acts
The aim of the paper is to present intentio operis as an interpretative strategy created by a text. According to Umberto Eco, this strategy can help to transcend the opposition between intentio auctoris and the interpreter’s unrestrained freedom. Although as a concept intentio operis belongs to lite...
Umberto Eco (1932-2016)
Umberto Eco and the Echoes of Adamic Language
Many early modern writers were fascinated by the notion of the Adamic language in which Adam named the animals, a language that many believed could express the essence of things perfectly. Umberto Eco has displayed a recurrent interest in Adamic language in both his scholarship and his fiction, and...
Umberto Eco’s New Paradigm and Experimentalism in the 1960s
In this paper I analyse the results of a paradigmatic shift in the history of experimental writing. Drawing from the historiographical structure of natural sciences proposed by Thomas S. Kuhn in The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962), I read Umberto Eco’s theory of the ‘open work’ as a narra...
Umberto Eco’s Professorenromans
The object of this analysis are the currently available literary works of Umberto Eco's as different manifestations of the so-called professorenroman (academic novel). Using the concept of the professorenroman as a starting point, the author claims that none of the Italian author's novels falls with...
Broadening the Literary Field in Umberto Eco’s The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana
The article reconstructs Umberto Eco’s point of view on mass culture and on the situation and tasks of literature in the world of media in the example of his novel The Mysterious Flame of Queen Loana. The authoress uses for this purpose Pierre Bourdieu’s concept of the literary field. She shows, how...
Eco and Barańczak: two ways of speaking about popular culture in Central Europe
The author’s academic goal is to check the effects of a parallel drawn between culture theoreticians known to the audience as writers. Both Umberto Eco (Apocalypse Postponed, Superman in Mass Culture) and Stanisław Barańczak (Incapacitated Reader) presented in their writing measured, non-elitist vie...
Conceptul de film dedicat artelor din perspectiva teoriei şi criticii artei cinematografice
Cinematography affirmed its status as an art of synthesis, in which an important component is attributed to fine arts. The assimilation process of various works of art by the cinematic language continues by perfecting the means of audio-visual expression, influencing, in its turn, and enriching with...