Qualità della memoria e possibilità di una “totalità letteraria”

Beatrice Tottossy

Abstract


This article is grounded in the theoretical work of Foucault (“Qu‘est-ce qu‘un auteur?”) and Lukács (Die Theorie des Romans) so as to address the interdependent transformation of subject and object in today’s world, in an age of widespread technologies of sensitivity. The new sensitivity transmitted by technology stimulates the hypothesis of literary totality and, together, provides the concrete sense of a projectuality aiming to overcome Hobsbawm’s impasse in the condition of the historical avant-garde, as well as Sartre’s well known aporia. In view of the above considerations, LEA-2016 presents a series of independent contributions to specific areas of specialization which, seen as a whole, turn out to be sensitive to the above mentioned totality

 


Keywords


artistic communication; literary totality; technologies of sensitivity; the author in the subject-object relation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/LEA-1824-484x-20016



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