The language of surrealism through Peter Stockwell
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Overview: The Language of Surrealism explores the innovative experiments in language and thoughts undertaken through the surrealists throughout Europe between the wars. Highly influential at the building of artwork, literary modernism, and present pop culture, surrealist taste stays difficult, putting, resonant and exciting – and the tactics during which surrealist writing achieves this are set out obviously on this guide. Stockwell attracts on contemporary paintings in cognitive poetics and literary linguistics to re-examine surrealism in its personal historic surroundings.
In the method, the guide questions later essential theoretical perspectives of language that experience distorted our concepts about each surrealism and language itself. What follows is a work of literary grievance this is absolutely contextualised, traditionally delicate, and textually pushed, and which units out in wealthy and readable element this maximum intriguing and tense literature.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Educational