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Joyce & liberature
The artist's book emerged in the early decades of the twentieth century in consequence of avant-garde experimentation with the visual qualities of writing, typography and layout, different ways of combining text and image, as well as the form of the book itself. Drawing upon this tradition in the context of the major innovative writings of James Joyce, Bazarnik proposes that Joyce's work comprises a new literary genre between voice and writing, word and image, ideal and real, abstract and material in the iconic sign of the book, which appears to the reader as a "verbivocovisual polyhedron of scripture." This new genre is called liberature.
|Dostępność||Chwilowy brak towaru|
|Wydawnictwo||Univerzita Karlova v Praze|