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Voices for the unvoiced: texts and people, too.

Paul Foster

Voices for the unvoiced: texts and people, too.

by Paul Foster

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Published by Chichester Institute of Higher Education in [Chichester] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Inaugural lecture delivered in the Chapel of the Ascension, Bishop Otter College, 20th June 1995.

ContributionsChichester Institute of Higher Education.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17843354M
ISBN 100948765399
OCLC/WorldCa43121277

Reading Voices contemplates a sensory—encroached upon a cognitive—processing of texts whose intermittent inevitability says nothing about the prevalence, feasibility, or likely force of its recognition. Reading voices primarily what it is told to by script: this is the commonsense objection to, or stopgap against, phonemic free play. The choice to use erasure as a poetic technique is not, strictly speaking, a new one: in , for instance, Marcel Broodthaers erased Mallarmé’s Un coup de dés jamais n’abolira le hazard by covering lines of the poems with black stripes. As Vincent Broqua notes in Jacket, Broodthaers’s work was subtitled “an image”—indicating the way in which the text had, via its alteration.

There are four ways to write a woman’s life: the woman herself may tell it, in what she chooses to call an autobiography; she may tell it in what she chooses to call fiction; a biographer, woman or man, may write the woman’s life in what is called a biography; or the woman may write her own life in advance of living it, unconsciously and without recognizing or naming the processCited by: 3. Not only do most readers hear voices in texts as they read, they tend to hear people in the texts. Written words may be silent semiotic signs, but, when humans read (and write), they usually.

Get this from a library! When writers drive the workshop: honoring young voices and bold choices, K [Brian Kissel] -- In this practical, engaging book, former elementary school teacher and university professor Brian Kissel asks teachers to go back to the roots of writing workshop. What happens when students, not. Thanks for the A2A, *reads through all 34 answers* oh cool, no one's mentioned a Salishan language yet. I find the indigenous languages of British Columbia very, very interesting, especially Nuxalk (aka Bella Coola), which is an isolate in this fa.


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