L Infinito Terreno

Autore: Guido Guglielmi
Editore: Manni
ISBN: 9788881761333
Grandezza: 63,84 MB
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Il Pensiero Poetante

Autore: Antonio Prete
Editore: Feltrinelli Editore
ISBN: 9788807819278
Grandezza: 29,66 MB
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Memory Metaphors And Meaning

Autore: Nicolae Babuts
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1351505890
Grandezza: 16,50 MB
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Literature explores the human condition, the mystery of the world, life and death, as well as our relations with others, and our desires and dreams. It differs from science in its aims and methods, but Babuts shows in other respects that literature has much common ground with science. Both aim for an authentic version of truth. To this end, literature employs metaphors, and it does so in a manner similar to that of scientific inquiry.The cognitive view does not imply that there is a one-to-one correlation between the world and text, that meaning belongs to the author, or that literature is equivalent to perception. What it does maintain is that meaning is crucially dependent on mnemonic initiatives and that without memory, the world remains meaningless. Nicolae Babuts claims that at the interface with the printed page, readers process texts in a manner similar to the way they explain the visible world: in segments or units of meaning or dynamic patterns.Babuts argues that humans achieve recognition by integrating stimulus sequences with corresponding patterns that recognize and interpret each segment of a text. Memory produces meaning from these patterns. In harmony with its goals, memory may adopt specific strategies to deal with different stimuli. Dynamic patterns link the unit of processing with the unit of meaning. In sum, Babuts proposes that meaning is achieved through metaphors and narrative, and that both are ways to reach cognitive goals. This original study offers perspectives that will interest cognitive psychologists, as well as those simply interested in the process through which literature stirs the human imagination.

Those Who From Afar Look Like Flies

Autore: Luigi Ballerini
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442625155
Grandezza: 21,30 MB
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Those Who from Afar Look Like Flies is an anthology of poems and essays that aims to provide an organic profile of the evolution of Italian poetry after World War II. Beginning with the birth of Officina and Il Verri, and culminating with the crisis of the mid-seventies, this tome features works by such poets as Pasolini, Pagliarani, Rosselli, Sanguineti and Zanzotto, as well as such forerunners as Villa and Cacciatore. Each section of this anthology, organized chronologically, is preceded by an introductory note and documents every stylistic or substantial change in the poetics of a group or individual. For each poet, critic, and translator a short biography and bibliography is also provided.

La Potenza Del Falso

Autore: Arturo Mazzarella
Editore: Donzelli Editore
ISBN: 9788879898614
Grandezza: 50,73 MB
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Vie Lombarde E Venete

Autore: Helmut Meter
Editore: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110235048
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Das Sammelwerk beschäftigt sich mit der Aufnahme und Anverwandlung unterschiedlicher Formen über Literatur vermittelten Wissens aus Deutschland, Österreich und Frankreich in Oberitalien im 18. und frühen 19. Jahrhundert. Oberitalien soll in seiner noch kaum beachteten und europäisch bedeutsamen Rolle als einer Drehscheibe kultureller Aneignungs- und Vermittlungsvorgänge sichtbar werden.

Lo Spazio Del Testo

Autore: Vincenzo Bagnoli
Editore: Edizioni Pendragon
ISBN: 9788883421747
Grandezza: 17,22 MB
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