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While Modern Love's serial structure underscores the repetition of this problem, even from the beginning of the poem seriality emphasizes contingent relationships by highlighting the points of juncture between sonnets, the breakages on which seriality depends.
In fact, as I have argued elsewhere, the pages of the Listener brought into juxtaposition elements that, despite the BBC's pretense to monoculture, its sonic seriality kept separate (581).
31) The film's narrative was also serialized in newspapers, thus "marketing it just like American serials at the time" with the "streamlined seriality [seeming] to have made Fantomas more popular in re-release than during its first American release in 1913.
I then extend the logic of this encounter into a discussion of intertextual and intra-textual seriality and, finally, suggest a theory of transformative reading.
6) A self-consciously designed decisionmaking-administrative system might seek to build some limited degree of parallelism into more ecologically structured frameworks, while some seriality might be built into systems more prone to constructivist arrangements.
Seriality and historicity, however, are not the organizational frameworks that predominate in scholarship on early printed drama, nor do publishers' sets like the Henry V-Henry VI series take precedence in studies of the English play collection, if they are even recognized as a collected form.
Testing, which opened at Auckland's Masterworks Gallery in March 2011, continued this wider palette, in familiar Parker narratives of still life and seriality.
However, we were always more interested in the seriality of news, in both the static artworks and in the active participants who will inhabit the galleries and produce our newspapers:"
worked matter'), the seriality is a collective of inhuman subjects insofar as they are robbed of freedom over their product and its finality, as the product is utilizable by others in a field of objective competition.
Reitz consolidated a tradition, following the wake of Berlin Alexanderplatz (1980) by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, who understood that cinema could also be made from the television and that seriality was the ideal platform for the reconstruction of history.
Now, seriality is a key component of contemporary media--this idea that you tell ongoing stories through multiple iterations or even that you plan it as a franchise, which seems to be the case with Twilight.
Thus the artist challenges the nature of seriality as described in antiquity and in the work of Nietzsche and others, who attributed meaning to life by suggesting it was cyclical--the snake bites its tail.