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The Yearbook of comparative and general literature, vol. 62 (2016)

Return to Mythologies

Edited by Jacob EMERY, Eyal PERETZ

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Introduction: Thinking with Roland Barthes's Mythologies:Fifty years after 1968 and Four Hundrer years before, Jacob Emery

ARTICLES

Is Modern Mythology Ancient?, Gregory Schrempp
The "Echo Chamber", Réda Bensmaïa
Barthes's Black Soldier:The Making of Mythological Celebrity, Lydie E. Moudileno
Poujade's Infowars: On Barthes's Anti-Anti-Intellectualism, Christy Wampole
Barthes's Mythological "Photogeny", Jean-Michel Rabaté
Doxa: That Which Sticks onto the Retina, Mats Rosengren
Roland Barthes after 1968: Critical Theory in the Reactionary Era of New Media, Alex Wermer-Colan
Crossover Writing (after Mythologies), Jared Stark
Barthes on the Beach, André Benhaïm
"Einstein's Brain" in Three Parts, Peter Fenves

SPECIAL DOSSIER: WERNER HAMACHER-WITHOUT

Emancipating in the Interval, Daniel Heller-Roazen
The Void in the Principle of Identity, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)
N'essance, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)
Le sans d'être, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)

INTERPRETATIONS

Delicacy and Passion: Hume's Theory of Taste and the Ideologies of the Senses, Oscar Kenshur

HORST FRENZ PRIZE ESSAY

Languages of Memory: Toward Complementarity of the Mnemonic Spheres of the Algerian War, Brahim El Guabli

BOOK REVIEW

Jared Stark. A Death of One's Own: Literature, Law, and the Right to Die, Jennifer L. Culbert

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The Yearbook of comparative and general literature, vol. 62 (2016)

The Yearbook of comparative and general literature, vol. 62 (2016)

Introduction: Thinking with Roland Barthes's Mythologies:Fifty years after 1968 and Four Hundrer years before, Jacob Emery; ARTICLES: Is Modern Mythology Ancient?, Gregory Schrempp...

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Introduction: Thinking with Roland Barthes's Mythologies:Fifty years after 1968 and Four Hundrer years before, Jacob Emery

ARTICLES

Is Modern Mythology Ancient?, Gregory Schrempp
The "Echo Chamber", Réda Bensmaïa
Barthes's Black Soldier:The Making of Mythological Celebrity, Lydie E. Moudileno
Poujade's Infowars: On Barthes's Anti-Anti-Intellectualism, Christy Wampole
Barthes's Mythological "Photogeny", Jean-Michel Rabaté
Doxa: That Which Sticks onto the Retina, Mats Rosengren
Roland Barthes after 1968: Critical Theory in the Reactionary Era of New Media, Alex Wermer-Colan
Crossover Writing (after Mythologies), Jared Stark
Barthes on the Beach, André Benhaïm
"Einstein's Brain" in Three Parts, Peter Fenves

SPECIAL DOSSIER: WERNER HAMACHER-WITHOUT

Emancipating in the Interval, Daniel Heller-Roazen
The Void in the Principle of Identity, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)
N'essance, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)
Le sans d'être, Werner Hamacher (translated by Heidi Hart)

INTERPRETATIONS

Delicacy and Passion: Hume's Theory of Taste and the Ideologies of the Senses, Oscar Kenshur

HORST FRENZ PRIZE ESSAY

Languages of Memory: Toward Complementarity of the Mnemonic Spheres of the Algerian War, Brahim El Guabli

BOOK REVIEW

Jared Stark. A Death of One's Own: Literature, Law, and the Right to Die, Jennifer L. Culbert
Title The Yearbook of comparative and general literature, vol. 62 (2016)
Subtitle Return to Mythologies
Edition First Edition
Volume 62
Edited by Jacob EMERY, Eyal PERETZ
ISSN 0084-3695
Issue 14
Language Anglais
Title First Published 11/5/2019
 
Format Paperback/softback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-06027-1
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600060271
Reference no. 14-62
Publication Date 11/5/2019
Nb of pages 344
Illustrations 13 illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Dimensions 152 x 228 cm
Weight 630 gr
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