H.C. Artmann's Structuralist Imagination. A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity.

ISBN: 978-3-8260-4473-1
Autor: Schuster, Marc-Oliver
Year of publication: 2010
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ISBN: 978-3-8260-4473-1
Year of publication: 2010
Pagenumbers: 588
Language: englisch
Short description: Schuster argues that H. C. Artmann’s literary work is composed of a structuralist imagination that corresponds with Saussurean semiology and the perspective of synchrony. Following a discussion of relevant contexts such as biography, scholarship, Austrian culture and methodology, Artmann’s aesthetic principles are considered under the headings of “synchrony,” “arealism” and “smallness.” These principles account for the three sign-categories that are characteristic of his work: aliens, angels, and monsters. By defi ning postmodernity as bi-paradigmatic irony, Artmann’s strong potential for postmodernity is applied to the prose texts dracula dracula, tök ph’rong süleng, and Grünverschlossene Botschaft. Der Autor Marc-Oliver Schuster; Studium der Germanistik und Philosophie in Salzburg und Toronto. Forschungsprojekte zu „Semiotik und Postmoderne“, „Der Wiener Biedermeier-Maler Eduard Ritter“ und „Jazz in deutschsprachiger Literatur“. Dissertation H. C. Artmann’s Structuralist Imagination: A Semiotic Study of His Aesthetic and Postmodernity (2004).

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