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Christian Emden,Gabriele Rippl
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Gabriele Rippl is Professor of English and American Literature at the . ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality Cultural history and literary imagination (Том 9), ISSN 1660-6205. Christian Emden, Gabriele Rippl.

Gabriele Rippl is Professor of English and American Literature at the University of Bern, Switzerland, and the author of Lebenstexte: Literarische englischer Frauen in der frühen Neuzeit (1998) and Beschreibungs-Kunst (2005). Издание: иллюстрированное.

Emden/ Gabriele Rippl (eds), ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality. Cultural History and Literary Imagination, vol. 9) Oxford: Peter Lang 2010, 97-116.

Art can do nothing without the collaboration of the beholder": Vernon Lee's Theory of Aesthetic Response, in: Christian Emden/ Gabriele Rippl (eds), ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality. Download with Google.

Start by marking Imagescapes: Studies in Intermediality as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. What is the status of images as cultural artefacts? Are images forms of representation, do they simulate reality or do they intervene in the material world? And how do literature and cultural theory - themselves essentially textual discourses - react to the much-discussed visual turn within Western culture?

In: Emden, Christian . Rippl, Gabriele (ed. Imagescapes. Studies in Intermediality. Cultural History and Literary Imagination (pp. 147-166).

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ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality (Cultural History and Literary Imagination). by Christian Emden, Gabriele Rippl

ImageScapes: Studies in Intermediality (Cultural History and Literary Imagination). by Christian Emden, Gabriele Rippl. ISBN 9783039105731 (978-3-03910-573-1) Softcover, Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2010. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. com has become a leading book price comparison site

Series Statement: Cultural history and literary imagination ; v. 9. Bibliography, etc. Note .

Series Statement: Cultural history and literary imagination ; v. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Front cover image of "Newman's Desk in Birmingham Oratory" by Lastenglishking is in the public domain.

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Studies in Intermediality. Series: Cultural History and Literary Imagination

Studies in Intermediality. Series: Cultural History and Literary Imagination. Christian Emden and Gabriele Rippl. Does the concept of ‘intermediality’ allow literary, historical and cultural scholars to envisage a more general theory of media? Addressing these questions from a programmatic point of view, the articles in this volume investigate the effects of different forms of representation in modern European and American literature, media and thought.

The relationship between different media has emerged as one of the most important areas of research in contemporary cultural and literary studies. But how should we conceive of the relationship between texts and images today? Should we speak of collaboration, interaction or competition? What is the role of literary, historical and scientific texts in a culture dominated by the visual? What is the status of images as cultural artefacts? Are images forms of representation, do they simulate reality or do they intervene in the material world? And how do literature and cultural theory – themselves essentially textual discourses – react to the much-discussed visual turn within Western culture? Does the concept of ‘intermediality’ allow literary, historical and cultural scholars to envisage a more general theory of media? Addressing these questions from a programmatic point of view, the articles in this volume investigate the effects of different forms of representation in modern European and American literature, media and thought.