Staging of Language and Language(S) of the Stage: Mallarme's poeme critique and Artaud's Poetry-minus-text

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Staging of Language is a reassessment of Mallarme's poetics that demonstrates how Mallarme and Artaud redefine the traditional frontiers of the arts and literature. Focusing on the relation Mallarme establishes between language, sketches, musicality and virtual theater, Dominique Fisher reveals a new Mallarme whose poetics cannot be defined simply within the framework of blanks and silence. She demonstrates how Mallarme's quest for non-verbal modes of representation of poetic language initiates a definite ...
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Overview

Staging of Language is a reassessment of Mallarme's poetics that demonstrates how Mallarme and Artaud redefine the traditional frontiers of the arts and literature. Focusing on the relation Mallarme establishes between language, sketches, musicality and virtual theater, Dominique Fisher reveals a new Mallarme whose poetics cannot be defined simply within the framework of blanks and silence. She demonstrates how Mallarme's quest for non-verbal modes of representation of poetic language initiates a definite revolution in the treatment of poetry and theater in the modern period. Her analysis of Artaud's language of signs adds new dimensions to his search for a poetic construction of space. The book also presents central statements about the evolution of poetics and semiology.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780820422985
  • Publisher: Lang, Peter Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/1/1994
  • Series: Reading Plus Series
  • Pages: 151

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Variations on the poeme critique: Rhythm and spatialization of Language 1
Silent music and spatial rhythm: a "more complex thyrsus" 7
Mobile syntax and hyperpunctuation 23
Reading: a new critical practice 26
2 Reading the theater of Mallarme: virtual theater and poetic construction of space 39
Gestural writing and texte troue: the "emblematic Hamlet" 45
The rhythmic motif of La fausse entree des sorcieres 55
The mobile stage or "the poem freed from any scribe's apparatus" 59
3 Toward a total art: Mallarme or Wagner? An impossible synthesis 69
4 Artaud's the theater and its double(s): From a poetry without text to the tearing of space 83
A theater beyond genre 84
The language of signs and the tearing of space 90
5 A theater-minus-text: From picto-theatricality to musicality 101
The hieroglyphic actor 104
Gestural-musical space and metaphysics 106
Gestures-music-noises: toward an instrumental theater 109
Painting and metaphysics 111
Conclusion: Modes of representation of the artistic text 117
Notes 125
Bibliography 143
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