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Estereotipos y Cliches
A Theory of Aesthetic Response. Gallimard, La Pleiade,p.
Engages Intertextual Operations An intentionally obvious cliche reminds the reader of the pre-existent dis- amoss from which it was taken. Language in the Fantastic [pp. The preceding passages were taken from: Preview — Estereotipos y Cliches by Ruth Amossy.
Return to Book Page. The examples will be taken from a homogeneous domain, Nineteenth-Century representa- tional fiction. Such readings, of course, are possible; they take place- and they have their place. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Paperbackpages. Functions of the critically perceived cliche 1. They can nonetheless make for count- less blind spots in the course of the cursory kind of reading that we all engage in from time to time. This is coupled with the “effet de reel” or realistic effect, produced by the mimetic cliche, since the descrip- tion seems to be quoting the “housewives of Yonville.
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Agustina added it Feb 19, Classical rhetoric as it continued to be repre- sented by Dumarsais and Fontanier was unaware of the concept, and with good reason. Contributes To Representational Illusion An obvious cliche may be attributed to a specific character or milieu.
Recherches pour une simanalyse. Besides, the cliche “white as a sheet” is taken from the down-to-earth language of Yonville’s gossips and Charles Bovary, the small town doctor: A thematic deciphering would liken the theme of deathly paleness to the references to death scattered throughout the chapter “une journee funbre” [a funereal day], une “atmosphere noire” [dark atmosphere], un ‘froid qui la traversait” [a cold shudder passing through her].
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Its ability to condition a text’s reception provides a necessary complement to the cliche’s essential precariousness. Presse du New World,Part one, p. A trite metaphor or stock figure may be denounced for its faded stylistic effect: In other words, a reading can thwart textual strategies by organizing its own strategies by selecting and combining a cliche’s potential functions differently.
Provokes Criticism When stressed, a cliche exposes public opinion – every one’s, the Other’s- as trivial and trite, a deceptive conventionality. Similarly, any reading model that activates various functions of a cliche by fstereotipos them in an even slightly complex set can inevitably be reduced to just one of its aspects.
By attempting to delimit the various functions that the cliche can perform in relation to the reader, this estereotkpos will indicate the cliche’s ability to shape -or simply engage or rein- force -different reading attitudes.
Editions de l’Universit6 de Bruxelles, Just a moment esstereotipos we eetereotipos you in to your Goodreads account. Want to Read saving…. Refresh and try again. Within a framework in which creation was imita- tion and the individual was in harmony with the collective in a “common place” where values held to be universal were exchanged, repetition was not judged in term’s of difference.
Mariano Adorni marked it as to-read Dec 18, Conversely, the reader could follow the initial program backwards and activate the cliche’s critical function when only its realistic and demonstrative qualities are at work.
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Are we to assume that every deciphering obediently traces the route a specific strategy dictates? We can also see here an ironic treatment of materialistic interpretations. Clichex Del Grosso added it Jan 02, The Act of Reading: As an auto- matized figure, the cliche insures an illusion of transparency, a passage through the discourse towards the “referent.
Pour une esthetique de la reception. Cliches such as “brave as a lion,” “gentle as a lamb,” and “white as snow” were considered canonical examples of tropes. Stock figures provided the standard or norm; it would have seemed absurd to relate them to the “pre-constructed” or integrate them into a network of stereotypes Herschberg-Pierrot, For this reason, instead of condemning the cliche, we should examine the ways it is used within various programmings of reading.
Once a familiar stock figure loses its exemplary nature, it is subject to a reception organized along the axis of new and old, original and trite, the unheard-of and the oft-said.
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