33.Passages taken from Mikhail Bakhtin, Rabelais and His World
"Bakhtin's carnival, surely the most productive concept in this book, is not only not an .... "The miracle and morality plays acquired... a carnivalesque nature" (15).
34.Carnival and Dialogue in Bakhtin's Poetics of Folklore
A number of folklorists began to use Bakhtin's philosophy of carnival soon after it ... is fixed in Bakhtin's carnival world, and everything is in a state of becoming.
35.Misogyny and the Carnivalesque in Wyndham Lewis's The ... - Dialnet
ambivalence studied by Bakhtin in the carnivalesque medieval popular ... if seen in the light of Bakhtin's claims that the carnival sense of the world, which ...
36.3 The Carnival-Grotesque in Dahl's Plots - Scriptiebank
1 Bakhtin and the Carnivalesque. 7. Introduction (p.7) – Origin and significance of the historical 'carnival' (p.8) – Rabelais, laughter, and the body (p.9) – Bakhtin ...
37.here - Sage Publications
Carnivalesque The carnivalesque – derived from 'carnival' – was made famous by Mikhail Bahktin (1895–1975), a. Russian intellectual who lived through ...
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38.Bakhtin's Carnival as a Gnostic Chronotope - University of Toronto
In an interesting article entitled Bakhtin and Carnival: Cul ture as ... out, Bakhtin's Carnival is a sort of new creation based on regain .... a carnivalesque Gnosis.
39.Social Identities Carnival praxis, carnivalesque strategies and Atlantic
Jul 23, 2010 ... A multidisciplinary symposium on carnivals and the carnivalesque ..... Carnival studies begin with Bakhtin and since attempts to go beyond still ...
40.A Carnivalesque Perspective of Graham Swift's ... - University Library
characters‟ journey, and the grotesque adventures along the way, evoke Mikhail Bakhtin‟s theory of carnival and the carnivalesque. In Rabelais and His World ...