The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.1364 Thursday, 3 July 2003
From: Bill Arnold <
Date: Wednesday, 2 Jul 2003 12:59:10 -0700 (PDT)
Subject: 14.1342 Re: Deconstruction [Will S?]
Comment: Re: SHK 14.1342 Re: Deconstruction [Will S?]
Clifford Stetner writes, "While Mr. Arnold has offered a good
definition of differance: '...circular logic... with no end and no end
in sight,' I would appreciate it if he would read Grammatology cover to
cover before participating further in this discussion."
Oh, really, and WHY is that? Should I say you cannot participate in any
further discussions on Hamlet until you have read Grebanier "cover to
cover"? I would NEVER do that, even as much as you might assume I have
suggested it in my multiple posts on Hamlet and Grebanier.
However, I would appreciate it if you would read The New Princeton
Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, edited by Alex Preminger and T. V.
F. Brogan, Princeton UPress, 1993, all 1,383 pages, cover to cover
before participating further in this discussion: in particular, take
especial note of DECONSTRUCTION, pages 277-282, and in particular, as
well, "For further discussion of the devaluation of the aural nature of
language and poetry in deconstruction, see SOUND. See also AMBIGUITY;
CRITICISM; CULTURAL CRITICISM; INDETERMINACY; INFLUENCE; INTERPRETATION;
INTERTEXTUALITY; MEANING, POETIC; ORGANICISM; POETRY, THOERIES OF,
Recent Developments; STRUCTURALISM; TEXTUALITY; THEORY;
TWENTIETH-CENTURY POETICS, French and German; VOICE."
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