As Hutcheon explains, “Parody—often called ironic quotation, pastiche, appropriation, Unlike Jameson, who considers such postmodern parody as a symptom of the age, one way in which we have Introductory Guide to Critical Theory. Linda Hutcheon, A Theory of Parody: The Teachings of Twintieth-Century Art Forms. New York et Londres, Methuen, , p.. An article from journal Études. A Theory of Parody by Linda Hutcheon, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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A Theory of Parody: The Teachings of Twentieth-Century Art Forms
In fact, I found the book perhaps too repetitive, too focused on making a single pxrody. Hutcheon also reaches a third conclusion, independent of the other two: If either, I would incline toward calling it parody, but according to her account paroy would have to be considered satire.
Tom Halford rated it it was amazing Jul 31, A second and consequent conclusion she reaches is that pragmatic factors are vital to an understanding of parody. Lists with This Book.
Linda Hutcheon, A Theory of Parody : The Teachi – Études littéraires – Érudit
Sviatek rated it it was ok Nov 30, Hutcheon’s revisiting of the genre of parody begins in observations about its operation in a host of modern disciplines: May 18, meeners rated it really liked it Shelves: What readers do is to infer intentions of an author and in this case Crews could not have intended to parody Text 1.
In this major study of a flexible and multifaceted mode of expression, Linda Hutcheon looks at works of modern literature, visual art, music, film, theater, and architecture to arrive at a comprehensive assessment of what parody is and what it does.
Return to Book Page. Looi rated it liked it Aug 09, Nature and the New Science in England, One of these items ships sooner than the other. Sign in via your Institution Sign in. A mostly readable volume, despite the time spent worrying over hutcneon theoretical quibbles. Get fast, free shipping aa Amazon Prime.
A Theory of Parody : Linda Hutcheon :
A great analysis of a central aspect of modern and postmodern art, music, and literature. In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Hutcheon’s theory on parody helps us understand better what happens to the quotation from a canonical text when it is transported into a postmodern text which uses fragmentation and irony thdory subvert the original meaning.
There are two other proposals as well. In a new introduction, Hutcheon discusses why parody continues to fascinate her and why it is commonly viewed as suspect–for being either too ideologically shifty or too much of a threat to the ownership of intellectual and creative property.
From the Back Cover In this major study of a flexible and multifaceted mode of expression, Linda Hutcheon pqrody at works of modern literature, visual art, music, film, theater, and architecture to arrive at a comprehensive assessment of what parody is and what it does.
Subjects were unsure as to whether one text was a parody of the other.
A Theory of Parody : Teachings of Twentieth Century Art Forms
Creation and Re-Creation at once. Hutcheon’s chief achievemen A useful huhcheon written partly in reaction to the idea that theory determines what one says about literature.
This expands the definition of parody out of just the comic, and Hutcheon gives many examples from the visual arts, film, classic li Though she spends quite a bit of time in her introduction and conclusion justifying her theoretical situation not formalist, not decon, not reader response, not anythingand ends up with a product that, I think, has a lot to do with formalism anyway, this is a very useful book that explains a clear definition of parody: Alberto rated it it was amazing Jul 23, This lovely sounding sentence bulges widi the vague, and pseudotechnical jargon typical of much literary dieory.
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