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" Modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe out whatever came earlier, in the hope of reaching at last a point that could be called a true present, a point of origin that marks a new departure. "
Reconstructing Criticism: Pope's Essay on Criticism and the Logic of Definition - 15. oldal
szerző: Philip Smallwood - 2003 - 226 oldal
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After the New Criticism

Frank Lentricchia - 1980 - 384 oldal
...essentially modern."69 Modernity, life as will to power, and the literary are conflated "as a form of desire to wipe out whatever came earlier, in the hope...present, a point of origin that marks a new departure." Yet, as de Man shrewdly notes in a statement that will mean much to Harold Bloom, Nietzsche's "shrill...
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Philosophy Beside Itself: On Deconstruction and Modernism

Stephen W. Melville - 1986 - 188 oldal
...From this de Man goes on to define "the radical impulse that stands behind all genuine modernity" as "a desire to wipe out whatever came earlier, in the...present, a point of origin that marks a new departure" (Blindness, pp. 147-48). The task becomes that of showing the inevitable temporal complications to...
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The Columbia Literary History of the United States

Emory Elliott - 1988 - 1263 oldal
...texts clearly demonstrate what Paul de Man has called the "deliberate forgetting" of the modern, its "desire to wipe out whatever came earlier in the hope...last a point that could be called a true present." But the inspiration of Yoknapatawpha County is the refusal to forget anything. Its characters and its...
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Techniques of the Observer: On Vision and Modernity in the Nineteenth Century

Jonathan Crary - 1992 - 171 oldal
...Blindness and Insight: Essays in the Rhetoric of Contemporary Criticism (New York, 1971), pp. 142-165: "Modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe...origin reaches the full power of the idea of modernity. . . . The human figures that epitomize modernity are defined by experiences such as childhood or convalescence,...
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The Spanish American Regional Novel: Modernity and Autochthony

Carlos J. Alonso, Carlos Javier Alonso Vélez - 1990 - 212 oldal
...Jakobson's essay "Shifters, Verbal Categories and the Russian Verb" in Selected Writings, 11, pp. 130-47. 22 "Modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe...point that could be called a true present, a point or origin that marks a new departure. This combined interplay of deliberate forgetting with an action...
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Chaucer and the Subject of History

Lee Patterson, Frederick W Hilles Professor of English Lee Patterson, PH.D. - 1991 - 489 oldal
...modernity consists in the paradoxical discovery of the impossibility of being modern. On the one hand, "modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe...present, a point of origin that marks a new departure." But when writers begin to "assert their own modernity, they are bound to discover their dependence...
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Woman and Chinese Modernity: The Politics of Reading Between West and East

Rey Chow - 2003 - 197 oldal
...by feelings not only of rejuvenation, but more so, of renunciation. "Modernity," writes Paul de Man, "exists in the form of a desire to wipe out whatever...present, a point of origin that marks a new departure." A paradox arises here: while it is by crushing, leveling, or neutralizing the many figures of femininity...
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The Spectator and the City in Nineteenth Century American Literature

Dana Brand - 1991 - 242 oldal
...rapidly as America did in the first half of the nineteenth century. And if, as Paul de Man has written, modernity "exists in the form of a desire to wipe...called a true present, a point of origin that marks a true departure" (i48), then few cultures in history have been more self-consciously "modern" than the...
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Mind in Creation: Essays on English Romantic Literature in Honour of Ross G ...

Ross Greig Woodman - 1992 - 182 oldal
...previous experience," captures, he argues, "the authentic spirit of modernity." "Modernity," he explains, "exists in the form of a desire to wipe out whatever...a true present, a point of origin that marks a new departure."8 Reading de Man, I have at the end of my academic career been forced to look rather more...
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Present Past: Modernity and the Memory Crisis

Richard Terdiman - 1993 - 389 oldal
...of this chapter sought to depict. Paul de Man framed the stakes in the "modernism" dispute clearly: "Modernity exists in the form of a desire to wipe...present, a point of origin that marks a new departure" ("Literary Consciousness and the Urban Experience: Studies in the History and Theory of Capitalist...
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