1 Bakhtin, Temporality, and Modern Narrative: Writing "the Whole Triumphant Murderous Unstoppable Chute" Stacy Burton Comparative Literature 48.1 (1996), 39-64.
Review: Bakhtin, the Critics, and Folklore Author(s): Roger D. Abrahams Bakhtin, the Critics, and Folklore
11/14/2007 1 Mikhail Bakhtin, Dialogism, and a Novel Approach to Interaction a Novel Approach to Interaction Robert Gray Theory Tuesday University of South Alabama November 13, 2007 • Resistance is not really about power—it is about resisting the monolithic monologicality of social life ...
'The Kingdom of God is between you' - Bakhtin and the Christian Reader Bakhtin, The Glass, No 18
Bakhtinian dialogism: A philosophical and methodological route to dialogue and difference? Abstract: Mikhail Bakhtin's philosophical orientation concerning dialogue and difference, captured in a methodological application called 'dialogism', offers a significant challenge to contemporary ...
ANCIENT NARRATIVE Supplementum 3 Editorial Board Maaike Zimmerman, University of Groningen Gareth Schmeling, University of Florida, Gainesville Heinz Hofmann, Universität Tübingen Stephen Harrison, Corpus Christi College, Oxford Costas Panayotakis (review editor), University of Glasgow ...
Carnival and Dialogue in Bakhtin's Poetics of Folklore Shanti Elliot Images of reversal twist through many folklore traditions, celebrating the poor fool who becomes king and condemning the powerful to ruin.
The Saylor Foundation 1 Mikhail Bakhtin's "Discourse in the Novel" Mikhail Bakhtin's seminal 1941 critical essay ―Discourse in the Novel‖ offers a vigorous and in-depth examination and reconsideration of the stylistic nature(s) and purpose(s) of the novel.
Bakhtin and discourse Feb07 1 Bakhtin and discourse In the preceding essays we began the process of exploring how the ideas of Mikhail Bakhtin might apply to the theory and practice of theatre, focusing upon the concept of dialogism in particular.
Monumental Space and the Carnivalisation of Power in Joyce's Ulysses Belfast paper: Bakhtin, Joyce, and al-Daif