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10) Freeman, too, focuses on the canonicity of Rossetti's Villon, stating that "Rossetti .
15-17) to the Azar Nafisi bestseller, Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books, in 2002--disquisitions on canonicity and the canon; and David Fishelov, in The Dialogues with/and Great Books (2010), locating canonicity in a text's ability to foster numerous and diverse dialogues--creative, critical, or passive--over time.
4) For the purposes of fundamental theology, inspiration is to be further distinguished from the believer's response of faith, the question of the truth of Scripture, the issue of canonicity, and the task of scriptural interpretation.
A wider readership, however, might find as much interest in what the limits of Pynchon studies, and the associated claim for the enduring relevance of mid-1980s theory, tell us about postmodernism's relation to contemporary canonicity.
The Cornmarket, Fenwick Street A veritable Tardis, only without the Doctor Matt Smith doing his quirky thing and sci-fi fans arguing earnestly about canonicity.
Around these revolve the many satellite topics of the economics of publishing (its management and production), marketing (regional, national, diasporic, and international), specialized readerships (children's, high-quality, mass-market, religious, travel, and literary), education, literacy levels, public libraries and private book collecting, censorship, canonicity, and competing media.
market forces, canonicity, copyright, literary education, popular media, high art, and marketing in its many aspects).
To understand such changes which have shaped the meaning of "a great book," Fishelov revisits the two main traditions which have accounted for canon formation: the beauty party or aesthetic canonicity understood as against the power party or factual-institutional canonicity.
if one takes canonicity as a measure of historically enduring reproducibility, one could argue that the canon is quite literally a mnemonic system" (53).
And because of a thoroughgoing critique of canonicity (most thoroughly explored in Chapter Three), Auerbach.
By reflecting on the contrasting views of Dante's canonicity, she diplomatically emphasizes the importance of settling between the strangeness of authors inscribed in the canon and the prominence of the Commedia's ethical dimension and application to life, thus pursuing our personal enrichment through a deep understanding of Dante's humanity.
In both cases, participants in the discourse believed that canonicity involved theological judgments critical for maintaining the truthfulness of their particular religious positions.