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Shawn Hsu Wong's account dialogizes official discourse mainly by means of heteroglossia and its structural components: authorial, narrator, character speech, and framing genres.
53) Woolf thus polarizes and dialogizes abstraction and empathy because she recognizes that each perspective alone is both too full and too empty, and because she wants to undo the binary compulsions--"man"/"woman"; "representation"/"form"; "realism"/"modernism"; "culture"/"nature"; "tragedy"/"comedy"--that mask the open, heterogeneous wholeness of self and history behind the closed completedness of identity and genre.
I say "already dialogized" because as utterances addressing "Tintern Abbey" they do not simply dialogize its discursive elements, but to the degree that they adopt certain of its discursive features as a totality of stylistic and thematic elements in the Bakhtinian sense, they are colored and influenced by its language and internal dialogization.
While men wish to solidify them in completed, Mammoth-like others, under whose shadows they can continue to evolve and change, Svevo's women reaffirm their independence and the prerogative to dialogize.
As Eisenstein continued to dialogize cinema with many other forms besides theater (including the novels of Charles Dickens and James Joyce, Walt Whitman's poetry, Japanese scroll painting, Kabuki theater, haiku poetry, and Disney cartoons), his theory of montage and filmic experimentation grew more complex (Kinder).
These monologues explicitly dialogize the narrative (McLean 98), while associating the female subject with a figural mind that is as searchingly introspective as a male autobiographer's.
to dialogize the personal, political, and critical voices/languages of our students, in ways that will carry far beyond the limits of our class;
Because some audience members are poets who might equally have been giving the talk (some of whom did, elsewhere in the series), the effect is to dialogize poetics itself, to render it as a contested discursive space (a space primarily of investigation than of loggerheaded assertions).
Language poetry might indeed be regarded as a realization by more drastic means of the dialogic project Mikhail Bakhtin assigns to the novel; rapid collage, answer as more disconcerting strategies of interruption, exhibit a multitude of received discourses and dialogize their hegemonic claims.
The poem dialogizes two preceding articles and questions the human cost of imperial militarism; yet since the magazine includes multiple responses to imperial weapons without taking or demanding a stance it also contains, and manages, dissent (23)--especially when the dead soldiers are French rather than British.
Augustine sets up in his Confessions a very complex form of dialogizing: at the most inner level, with God and himself, although he is fully aware that he need not express any words with either God or his own self in order to communicate; then, at the outer level, he dialogizes with historical people, the believers, and the non-believers alike; finally, St.