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However, at first glance, Tawada's text appears to invite a protocol of reading in which a riddle of referentiality is nowhere to be found.
Readers who feel uncomfortable with such ambiguity are left to adjudicate the novel's referentiality in the field of what Gerard Genette has called "paratexts": materials such as interviews, cover blurbs, and prefaces that inform readings of literature and that are produced by or with the aid of the author and her "allies" (editors, publicists, et al.
Here, we see ourselves confronted with the exact same problem; as soon as an additional f-layer is added to enable referentiality of the predication contained in the event, as proposed by Hengeveld and van Lier, the endocentric argument variable of that layer causes scope ambiguity.
An examination of Ranke's use of rhetorical techne of realism demonstrates how his texts produce scholarly effects of historical referentiality.
Florence de Chalonge surveys roughly fifty years of linguistic theory (Benveniste, Ducrot, Searle, and others) in its attempts to come to terms with referentiality.
But is erosion of referentiality the primary cause of "habituation?
Abstract: A critical examination of Alberto Melucci's new social movement theory shows an operative assumption about the ultimate referentiality of society in his theory.
1) Following the usage common in literary scholarship, I employ the term referentiality in the inclusive sense ranging from overt denotation or designation to the most casual or oblique allusion to any item in the plenary data of consciousness, real or fancied.
My co-panelist Peter Givler, executive director of the Association of American University Presses, shared with us the five assurances that he expects of scholarly publishing: quality, referentiality, accessibility, stability, and authority.
And he finds that prejudice operative in both the Lejeune of Lire Leiris and Le Pacte autobiographique, and Butor's text in Essais sur les modernes, "Une autobiographie dialectique": "Lejeune and Butor have both inherited this mistrust of the word stripped of its illusion of referentiality (thus of the poetic word, all the more so in its most hyperbolically non-mimetic form, Surrealist poetry): autobiography would offer a better field of study because it conforms to the illusion of referentiality, and referentiality is what Freudian critics implicitly value in literature" (p.
Similarly, intentionality and luminosity, as structures of consciousness, are not things at all, but they enjoy the referentiality of thingness, or we could not discuss them.