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First Pages: A Poetics of Titles

Identificadores:  ISBN 9780271029962 (impreso)

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"Titology” is the field of literary studies that focuses on the significance of a title in establishing the thematic developments of the pages that follow. While the term has been used in the literary community for many years, this book presents for the first time a thoroughly developed theoretical discussion on the significance of the title as a foundation for scholarly criticism. Though Maiorino acknowledges that many titles are superficial and “indexical,” there exists a separate and more complex class of titles that do much more than simply decorate a book’s spine. To prove this argument, Maiorino analyzes a wide range of examples from the modern era through high modernism to postmodernism, with writings spanning the globe from Spain and France to Germany and America. By examining works such as Essais, The Waste Land, Ulysses, and Don Quixote, First Pages proves the power of the title to connect the reader to the thematic, cultural, and literary context of the writing as a whole.
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Fiume, paesaggio, difesa del suolo

Identificadores:  ISBN 9788884535504 (impreso)

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On 10 and 11 May 2006 the international conference on the theme “River, landscape and land conservation. Overcoming emergencies and grasping opportunities” was held in the main lecture hall of Florence University. The initiative was promoted and organised by the PhD course in Landscape Design – Professor Giulio G. Rizzo, Dr. Michele Ercolini – and by the Master degree course in Landscaping – Professor Guido Ferrara – of the University of Florence. The majority of the addresses presented during the two days of work, and included in this book, were characterised by the cultural and scientific input of the initiative, in other words the attempt to transform a “system of demands” (namely the requirements of land conservation) into a “system of opportunities” for the design of new landscapes.
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Flowering Thorn, The

Identificadores:  ISBN 9780874215687 (impreso)

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The flowering thorn expresses the dual nature of the ballad: at once a distinctive expression of European tradition, but also somewhat tricky to approach from a scholarly perspective, requiring a range of disciplines to illuminate its rich composition. Most of this latter quality has to do with the very features that characterize ballads... or narrative songs. These include an appearance of fragmentation; a wide range of cultural and social referents; complex, evocative symbolic language; and variation. The notable multiformity of meaning, text and tune is mirrored in scholarship, too. The Flowering Thorn is therefore wide ranging, with articles written by world authorities from the fields of folklore, history, literature, and ethnology, employing a variety of methodologies—structuralism to functionalism, repertoire studies to geographical explorations of cultural movement and change. The twenty-five selected contributions represent the latest trends in ballad scholarship, embracing the multi-disciplinary nature of the field today. The essays have their origins in the 1999 International Ballad Conference of the Kommission fur Volksdichtung (KfV), which focused particularly on ballads and social context; performance and repertoire; genre, motif, and classification. The revised, tailored, and expanded essays are divided into five sections—the interpretation of narrative song; structure and motif; context, version, and transmission; regions, reprints, and repertoires; and the mediating collector's offering a range of examples from fifteen different cultures, ten of them drawing on languages other than English, resulting in a series of personal journeys to the heart of one of Europe's richest, most enduring cultural creations. —Thomas McKean, from the Introduction
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FOBA: Buildings

Identificadores:  ISBN 978-1-56898-527-5 (impreso) 978-1-56898-635-7 (en línea)

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Folia Historica Cracoviensia

Identificadores:  ISSN 0867-8294 (impreso) 2391-6702 (en línea)

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Folia Historica Cracoviensia is an annual journal published at the Pontifical Univeristy of John Paul II. It includes articles and other scientific texts. Its scientific profile includes areas such as history, history of art, archeology and etnology.
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Folk Music Journal

Identificadores:  ISSN 0531-9684 (impreso)

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Folklor/Edebiyat

Identificadores:  ISSN 1300-7491 (en línea)

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Fontes Artis Musicae

Identificadores:  ISSN 0015-6191 (impreso)

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Fonthill Recovered: A Cultural History

Identificadores:  ISBN 978-1-78735-047-2 (impreso) 978-1-78735-045-8 (en línea)

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Footprint

Identificadores:  ISSN 1875-1490 (impreso) 1875-1504 (en línea)

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