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Abstract Kathy’s 1st-person narrative in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go depicts the relationships among three leading characters, Kathy, Ruth and Tommy, who live in a near-contemporary world, where (we slowly grasp) some human clones are raised to be a source of replacement organs for...
Abstract Polvinen observes “We must find an alternative to thinking of engagement as primarily a response to systems of knowledge and belief.” My essay takes this imperative as a starting point for proposing an alternative to the knowledge/belief analysis: the Trichotomy of Knowledge. I argue...
Abstract This paper aims to shift theoretical attention from the reception to the production end of literature, and from the literary text per se to the action-process of which it is an outcome. It focuses on the internal activities that bring about literary, or more generally, artistic behavior...
Abstract I discuss the phenomenological approach to the creative apprehension of a literary artwork along the lines set out, from the 1930s to the 1960s, by the Polish philosopher Roman Ingarden. Responding to a revival of interest in phenomenological proposals concerning language and its...
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