9780783801117

Critical Essays on Mikhail Bakhtin

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  • ISBN13:

    9780783801117

  • ISBN10:

    0783801114

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 1999-03-01
  • Publisher: Twayne Pub

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Summary

Essays represent the best-known works of this Russian philosopher and literary theorist. Includes distinctions between Bakhtin as social critic and philosopher.

Table of Contents

Publisher's Note xi(2)
Acknowledgments xiii
Introduction 1(28)
Caryl Emerson
WHO IS BAKHTIN? 29(66)
Portraits by the Three Russian "Founding Bakhtinians"
29(54)
The Event of Being: On Mikhail Mikhailovich Bakhtin
29(16)
Sergei Bocharov
[From "Bakhtin"]
45(7)
Georgii Gachev
Kozhinov on Bakhtin
52(15)
Nicholas Rzhevsky
Bakhtin and His Readers
67(16)
Vadim Kozhinov
Contra-Bakhtin
83(12)
M. M. Bakhtin in Russian Culture of the Twentieth Century
83(3)
Mikhail Gasparov
Dialogue on Bakhtin
86(2)
Olga Sedakova
Mikhail Bakhtin--from Yet Another Side
88(7)
Olga Sedakova
MAJOR CONCEPTS AND CORE POLEMICS 95(320)
"Otherness": Polyphony, Dialogue
95(76)
[From Dialogism: Bakhtin and His World]
95(13)
Michael Holquist
[From Mikhail Bakhtin: Creation of a Prosaics]
108(9)
Gary Saul Morson
Caryl Emerson
The Philosophical Roots of Polyphony: A Dostoevskian Reading
117(36)
Natalia Reed
The Death of the "Other"
153(18)
Konstantin G. Isupov
Genre Theory, the Chronotope, and the Novel
171(68)
Bakhtin, Genres, and Temporality
171(19)
Gary Saul Morson
[From Mikhail Bakhtin: The Dialogical Principle]
190(12)
Tzvetan Todorov
Inventing the Novel
202(10)
R. Bracht Branham
Fleshing Out the Chronotope
212(27)
Jay Ladin
Carnival
239(46)
[From "Bakhtin, Marxism, and the Carnivalesque"]
239(7)
Dominick LaCapra
[From The Politics and Poetics of Transgression]
246(6)
Peter Stallybrass
Allon White
Bakhtin's Carnival: Utopia as Critique
252(26)
Michael Gardiner
Bakhtin and the Russian Attitude toward Laughter
278(7)
Sergei Averintsev
Bakhtin as Religious Thinker
285(36)
Carnival and Incarnation: Bakhtin and Orthodox Theology
285(15)
Charles Lock
Mikhail Bakhtin's Conception of Interpenetration: The Theological Sources
300(21)
Alexandar Mihailovic
The Liberationist Bakhtin (Political and Social Engagement)
321(26)
[From "Boundaries versus Binaries: Bakhtin in/against the History of Ideas"]
321(17)
Graham Pechey
[From Feminist Dialogics: A Theory of Failed Community]
338(9)
Dale M. Bauer
Bakhtin: Literary Critic or Moral Philosopher?
347(68)
Bakhtin and the Postcolonial Condition
347(8)
Graham Pechey
Eternity and Modernity: Bakhtin and the Epistemological Sublime
355(23)
Graham Pechey
"Not Theory...but a Sense of Theory": The Superaddressee and the Contexts of Eden
378(14)
Frank Farmer
The Mirror of Non-absolute Sympathy
392(23)
Vitaly Makhlin
Index 415

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