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- DescriptionOne of the most radical conceptual shifts in postmodern debates about art has been the dismantlement of the very idea of a work of art, its unity and ontological status. The move from <i>work</i> to <i>text</i> has entailed far-reaching questions concerning the status and function of the artist or author, the role of interpretive communities, and the constitution of texts as intertexts. By concentrating on the <i>author as reader</i>, <i></i>the present volume explores the process of writing in terms of <i>textual visions and revisions </i>undertaken by the author him- or herself. Tracing an author's foot- or fingerprints along the multiple versions of a text does t only alert us to the fact that a printed text may t be the first version, r may it be the final, let alone finished, version; more radically, it suggests that works of art are fleeting products within a fluid process of transformations.
- Author BiographyThe Editors: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, born in Upper Austria (1960), is Professor of English Literature and Cultural Theory and coordinates the Interdisciplinary Research Centre <i>Metamorphic Changes in the Arts</i> at the University of Salzburg. Her publications include a study on William Morris and an award-winning study on Mid-Twentieth-Century British Women's Poetry. Her main fields of research are cultural/critical theory, poetry, Victorian culture and literature, fantastic body transformations, literature and the arts. Wolfgang Gortschacher, born in Linz, Upper Austria (1960), is Assistant Professor at the University of Salzburg teaching literary criticism and translation studies. He has published books and numerous articles on little magazines and the small press scene in Great Britain. He is the owner-director of Poetry Salzburg, a publishing company specialising in English poetry, and edits the poetry magazine <i>Poetry Salzburg Review</i>. Current projects include a book on the impact of Non-Shakespearean Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama on later dramatists.
- PublisherPeter Lang AG
- Date of Publication01/05/2005
- SubjectLiterary Criticism
- Series TitleSalzburg Studies in English Literature and Culture Sel & C
- Series Part/Volume Number2
- Country of PublicationSwitzerland
- ImprintPeter Lang AG
- Weight370 g
- Width148 mm
- Height210 mm
- Spine0 mm
- Edited bySabine Coelsch-Foisner,Wolfgang Goertschacher
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