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Author:
Glyn White
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978-0719069680
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0719069688
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Manchester University Press; 1 edition (February 6, 2006)
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Books are more than the written texts they present (White 2005; Hayler 2015), they offer readers an array of different semiotic resources from which to make meaning.

Books are more than the written texts they present (White 2005; Hayler 2015), they offer readers an array of different semiotic resources from which to make meaning. These include, not only text but imagery, typography, layout, paper, varnishes, cut apertures, and so forth.

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Published by: Manchester University Press.

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This book critically engages with the visual appearance of prose fiction where it is. .The presence of the book. 24. The graphic surface in theory. Glyn White is a Lecturer in Twentieth Century Literature and Culture at the University of Salford.

This book critically engages with the visual appearance of prose fiction where it is manipulated by authors, from alterations in typography to the deconstruction of the physical form of the book. It reappraises the range of effects it is possible to create through the use of graphic devices and explores why literary criticism has dismissed such features as either unreadable experimental gimmicks or, more recently, as examples of the worst kind of postmodern decadence.

White, Glyn (2005) Reading the Graphic Surface: The Presence of the Book in Prose Fiction, Manchester: Manchester University Press. Authors and Affiliations. Cite this chapter as: White . Tew P. (2007) Introduction: Re-reading B. S. Johnson. In: Tew . White G. (eds) Re-reading B. Palgrave Macmillan, London. 1057/9780230286122 1.

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Title: 'Reading the Graphic Surface: The Presence of the Book in Prose Fiction by Christine Brooke-Rose, Alasdair Gray and B. Johnson'. Dec. White, G & Mundy, J 2012, Laughing Matters: Understanding Film, Radio and Television Comedy, Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK. 2005. Jan. White, G 2005, Reading the Graphic Surface: The Presence of the Book in Prose Fiction, Manchester University Press, Manchester, UK. Refereed Journal Articles.

This book critically engages with the visual appearance of prose fiction where it is manipulated by authors, from alterations in typography to the deconstruction of the physical form of the book. It reappraises the range of effects it is possible to create through the use of graphic devices and explores why literary criticism has dismissed such features as either unreadable experimental gimmicks or, more recently, as examples of the worst kind of postmodern decadence. Through the examination of problematical texts which utilize the graphic surface in innovative and unusual ways, including Samuel Beckett’s Watt, B.S. Johnson’s Albert Angelo, Christine Brooke-Rose’s Thru and Alasdair Gray’s Lanark, this book demonstrates that an awareness of the graphic surface can make significant contributions to interpretation.