Cultural Graphology : Writing After Derrida - Fleming, Juliet

Cultural Graphology : Writing After Derrida

Juliet Fleming

Yayınevi: Chicago University Press

Yayın tarihi: 10/2016

ISBN: 9780226390420

Ciltli | İngilizce | 176 Sayfa | 14,99x22,1x2,03 cm.

Tür: Edebiyat İncelemesi

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In Cultural Graphology Juliet Fleming explains the consequences of Jacques Derrida’s thoughts about writing to those interested in the history of the book. She is especially interested in Derrida’s writing in tandem with bibliography, to open new ways of thinking about the print culture of early modern England and the literary writing that got caught up in it. Fleming uses a deep reading of Derrida to analyze ignored forms of writing, of parts of books that are not writing, and of uses of books that she challenges us to think of as alternative and overlooked forms of reading. In particular, she thinks through printers’ errors and Shakespeare’s “blots”; the printers’ flowers that ornamented early modern books; semantic elements that form not words, but parts of words (letters, syllables, and spaces); and early modern decoupage, or the cutting up of books. Fleming uses these examples drawn from early modern print culture to demonstrate how some of the governing assumptions of bibliography might be loosened and re-configured in the wake of Derrida’s thought, and she demonstrates in a new way the consequence in Derrida’s oeuvre of his career-long commitment to the topic of writing.

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