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Postgraduate Conference: Ghosts in the Flesh

Marti, Aina (5 janv. 2013)

Ghosts in the Flesh 24th-25th May, 2013 – University of Kent, Canterbury Keynote Speaker: Dr. Esther Peeren, University of Amsterdam While ghosts in the dominant Western tradition have often been associated with other-wordliness or liminality, the aim of this conference is to critically examine ...

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From the Aesthetic to the Erotic Gaze (I)

Marti, Aina (29 mai 2013)

The following posts will analyse how the contemplation of a beautiful body arouses sexual pleasure within the field of either homophilia or homoeroticism. In The Immoralist (1902), the healthy state of the bodies where Michel finds beauty has, among other episodes, autobiographical reminiscences. ...

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Practical Information on Ricoeur's Theory Today

Marti, Aina (14 mai 2013)

For those interested in Paul Ricoeur's hermeneutics and aesthetics, I am glad to show you important projects in which Ricoeur gives a significant base to see how the last research projects develop, especially in the realm of aesthetics. http://cral.ehess.fr/index.php?1333 Moreover, there is emerging ...

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The Truth about Odette in "Swann in Love"

Marti, Aina (19 févr. 2013)

When Swann meets Odette he does not like her as her beauty responds to a traditional conception. She is not a cultivated woman as she shows, for example, asking if Vermeer, who died in 1675, is still alive. She seems to be seduced by Swann’s intelligence and cultural interests. She appears as ...

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From German Modernism to Spanish Golden Age

Marti, Aina (10 déc. 2012)

I wish just to recall some influences on Kafka's Amerika. This novel introduces the wanderings of a young boy, Karl who's thrown out from home due to his "affair" with the maid. Karl arrives to America alone with a small suitcase and nothing else than his wit to survive. He lives one experience ...

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Baroque Gaze in Woolf's Between the Acts

Marti, Aina (8 mai 2013)

In 1940 Virginia Woolf finished Between the Acts, a novel close to The Waves and very clearly belonging to her last years in style and narration. Indeed, Woolf's last novels are characterised by a strong presence of symbolical meaning and language, a very intuitive perception of the world, ...

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A Claim for...

Marti, Aina (9 déc. 2012)

A Hunger Artist is another of Kafka's short stories which, I guess, leads no one indifferent, at least the reader become angry in front of such an apparent senseless riddle. A Hunger Artist shows the story of a faster artist who lives in a cage and is visited by the public. The main point of the ...

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Our Body, Our Language

Marti, Aina (9 avr. 2013)

Since the second half of the nineteenth century is possible to see in the history of literature an increasing prominence of the human body and its importance. It was Freud who put into words the relation between our interiority and our body and clearly talked about an interpretation of the physical ...

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Crossing borders in Tolstoy's writings

Marti, Aina (11 déc. 2012)

Andrew Wachtel explains in his article History and autobiography in Tolstoy how literary genres are merged to achieved the goal which Tolstoy sought: truth. The technique employed by the Russian writer is highly interesting, he melts autobiographical and fictional elements in a work which results ...

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The Encounter with Beauty and the Self

Marti, Aina (31 janv. 2013)

The large tradition of Confession in the Western culture is developed by Michel Foucault in his History of Sexuality from a very challenging approach as he usually does. According to him, the confessional pattern goes from a religious practice to a medical one highly developed in the 19th century. ...

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