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  • Author:
    Frank Collins,Paul Perron,François Rastier
  • ISBN:
    0802080294
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    978-0802080295
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    University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; First Edition edition (December 6, 1997)
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    352 pages
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book by Fran?ois Rastier. Meaning and Textuality represents key elements of the ground-breaking new theory on signs and discourse that has come out of Europe in the last few decades.

Meaning and Textuality. Series: Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication. Published by: University of Toronto Press. DOI: 1. 138/9781442664838.

Francois Rastier, Frank Collins, Paul J. Perron.

Meaning and TextualityHistorically there has been a wide gulf between European and Anglo/American thought on the . Meaning and Textuality. By François Rastier Translated by Frank Collins and Paul Perron.

Ubersfeld's book was one of the first attempts to study the dramatic text semiotically as a basis for performance. It is thus indispensable for any courses dealing with performance theory. Pia Kleber, Director, University College Drama Program, University of Toronto). Reading Theatre is a pioneering work from arguably the most eminent drama critic in France today. Marcel Danesi, University of Toronto). From the Inside Flap. Paperback: 256 pages.

Meaning & Textuality book. Meaning and Textuality (Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication). 0802080294 (ISBN13: 9780802080295).

Theatre and Communication. Reading Theatre Studies in drama & theatre (Том 3) Toronto Studies in Semiotics and Communication Series Toronto studies in semiotics. 20. The Actantial Model in Theatre. Paul Perron is Principal of University College and a professor of French at the University of Toronto.

Media semiotics has now become a major branch within semiotics and an investigative framework in other fields of media analysis. Mass media Semiotic analysis Interdisciplinarity Popular culture Meaning systems Mythology Representation.

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Introduction to François Rastier's semiotics studies. Biography, Biography and presentation of this semiotician. RASTIER, . Meaning and Textuality, trans. Frank Collins and Paul Perron, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997. The Interpretive Semantics, the Semic Analysis, the Semantic Graph and the Dialogics are one of his contribution to literary studies. (di., L’analyse thématique des données textuelles : l’exemple des sentiments, Paris: Didier, 1995.

Historically there has been a wide gulf between European and Anglo/American thought on the philosophy of language, in part because it is often difficult to find important European works in English translation. Meaning and Textuality represents key elements of the ground-breaking new theory on signs and discourse that has come out of Europe in the last few decades.

Meaning and Textuality is an investigation into methods useful to the analysis of language and literature. Rastier seeks ways to better understand signs, with emphasis on their relation to action and culture. He proposes a theoretical framework for the semantic description and typology of texts. Towards this end he establishes a critical debate among various streams of research before arriving at a synthesis of literary semiotics, thematics, and linguistic semantics. The author sees this synthesis as a means by which to reconcile the rigour of linguistic analysis with the complexity of literary interpretation. In the later portion of the book he tests his propositions in a series of detailed investigations of French literary texts by Zola, Maupassant, Mallarmé, Apollinaire, and Jodelle. Each study examines a new problem such as narrative ambiguity or referential impression.

This book will be welcomed by scholars in any discipline concerned with discourse analysis and the close reading of texts.