[Pdf New] (Allegories of Reading Figural Language in Rousseau Nietzsche Rilke and Proust) AUTHOR Paul De Man


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  • Allegories of Reading Figural Language in Rousseau Nietzsche Rilke and Proust
  • Paul De Man
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  • 10 November 2018
  • 9780300028454

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free download Allegories of Reading Figural Language in Rousseau Nietzsche Rilke and Proust download ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ¼ Paul De Man Paul De Man ¼ 6 characters This important theoretical work by Paul de Man sets forth a mode of reading and interpretation based on exemplary texts by Rousseau Nietzsche Rilke and Proust  The readings start from unresolved difficulties in the critical traditions engendered by these authors and they return to the places in the text where those difficulties are most apparent or most incisively reflected upon  The close reading leads to the elaboration of a general model of textual understanding in which de Man shows that the thematic aspects of the texts their assertions of truth or falsehood as well as their assertions of values are linked to specific modes of figuration that can be identified and described  The description of synchronic figures of substitution leads by an inner logic embedded in the structure of all tropes to extended narrative figures or allegories  De Man poses the uestion whether such self generating systems of figuration can account fully for the intricacies of mean. Paul De Man deploys his deconstructive method in readings of works by Proust Rilke Nietzsche and Rousseau The book appears to be organized such that the farther one progresses in one s reading the complex De Man s discussion becomes In the first section De Man analyzes a number of passages from Proust s work and comments on the rhetorical techniues that writer employs in his fiction Following this the section on Rilke is a little complex not only because the works under discussion are poems but also because Rilke s employment of metaphor is not typical of that of most other poets Earlier this year I re read both Sonnets to Orpheus and Duino Elegies so with this section I found De Man helpful in clarifying my own impressions of Rilke s methodsThe third section on Nietzsche is yet complex as in addition to employing figural substitutions in the representation of some of his philosophical concepts the philosopher also commented on the metaphoricity of language and so represents for De Man a proto deconstructionist in fact my impression is that much the same can be said for the other writers De Man discusses in this book and that this is one of the arguments De Man is making thus there is a meta conceptual level to De Man s argument as he applies his deconstructive method not only to the figural language but also to moments of deconstructive thought in Proust Rilke Nietzsche and Rousseau As I am familiar with Nietzsche s works than I am with works by the other writers De Man discusses I found this to be the easiest section to readI found the fourth section on Rousseau to be the most challenging It takes up about half the book and part of the reason for the complexity and length of De Man s argument or so it seems to me is that Rousseau s work is not primarily in one genre but ranges from philosophy through political theory autobiography and fiction such that Rousseau s employment of figural language differs from one work to another depending on the genre in which he is writingAlthough I know I read some of the works De Man discusses I have only the vaguest memories of what Rousseau wrote If I ever re read De Man s book I plan to re read Rousseau firstNote it helps to have some French or some German particularly in the section on Rousseau there are a number of passages in the original language that are not accompanied by English translations

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