The Pictured Word. Word & Image Interactions : Table of Contents

PROCEEDINGS

The Pictured Word. Word & Image Interactions 2

Editors: Martin Heusser, Claus Clüver, Leo Hoek, Lauren Weingarden
Published by Editions Rodopi (Amsterdam/Atlanta), 1998.

Contents

RELECTIONS ON THEORY AND METHODOLOGY
Claus Clüver: “On Representation in Concrete and Semiotic Poetry” 13-41
Aron Kibédi Varga: “L’image pensée” 43-48
Lauren Weingarden: “Art Historical Iconography in Word & Image Studies: Manet’s A Bar at the Folies-Bergère and the Naturalist Novel” 49-63

ON INTERTEXTUAL RELATIONS
Giselle de Nie: “Seeing and Believing in the Early Middle Ages: A Preliminary Investigation” 67-76
Else Jongeneel: “La bible d’images de Saint-Marc à Venise” 77-89
Pierre Demarolle: “Mots et images, écriture et espaces dans un roman français du XVe siècle” 91-97
Marian Rothstein: “The Commemorative Images of Amadis de Gaule” 99-107
Kathryn Porter Aichele: “Paul Klee’s Composition with Windows: An Homage and an Elegy” 109-120

SEMIOTICS, PAINTING, AND POETRY
Deirdre Reynolds: “Imagination and Semiotic Interactions in Painting and Poetry” 123-133
Eric Vos: “Visual Literature and Semiotic Conventions” 135-147
Francis Edeline: “L’espace-temps dans la poésie sémiotique” 149-167
Eduardo Kac: “Holopoetry and Hyperpoetry” 169-179

ON MONUMENTS
Michael Garval: “The Rise and Fall of the Literary Monument in Post-Revolutionary France” 183-199
Charles Vandersee: “Contesting ‘Meaning’ in the Late 19th Century: A Site of American Art, Autobiography, and Ambition” 210-210
Charlotte Schoell-Glass: “The Medium is the Message: Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Garden Little Sparta” 211-230

CARTOONS AND CARICATURE
Mirela Saim: “‘Faire comprendre au peuple’: Représentation caricaturale et éloquence démocratique dans la culture politique française de 1848” 233-243
Eric T. Haskell: “Fusing Word and Image: The Case of the Cartoon Book, Wilde, and Shelton” 245-254

WORD-IMAGE INTERACTIONS IN FAR-EASTERN PRACTICES
Mingfei Shi: “‘The Three Perfections’: Isomorphic Structures in the Work of Late Chinese Poet-Calligrapher-Painters” 257-271
Aiko Okamoto-MacPhail: “Interacting Signs in the Genji Scrolls” 273-285
Fumiko T. Togasaki: “The Assertion of Heterodoxy in Kyoden’s Verbal-Visual Texts” 287-298

BEYOND CONVENTIONAL BOUNDARIES
David Scott: “Semiotics and Ideology in Mixed Messages: The Postage Stamp” 301-313
Lewis Dibble: “Harry Wilmer’s Drawings: Visual Communication and Violation of Outline Conventions” 314-326
Hans Lund: “From Epigraph to Iconic Epigram: The Interaction Between Buildings and their Inscriptions in the Urban Space” 327-335
Monique Moser-Verrey: “Images du corps et communication non verbale dans l’écriture de Franz Kafka” 337-346
Jürgen E. Müller: “Video – or the Intermedial State of the Art” 347-356