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" ... an artistically organized system for bringing different languages in contact with one another, a system having as its goal the illumination of one language by means of another, the carving-out of a living image of another language. "
Rise and Fall of the Cosmic Race: The Cult of Mestizaje in Latin America - Page 20
by Marilyn Grace Miller - 2004 - 202 pages
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Recent Theories of Narrative

Wallace Martin - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1986 - 242 pages
...implications of Bakhtin's theory emerge clearly in his def1nition of the novel as a "hybrid" form: it is "an artistically organized system for bringing different languages in contact with one another" (1934 — 35, 361)- When conceived as an imitation or representation of life that happens to be written...
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Textual Confrontations: Comparative Readings in Latin American Literature

Alfred J. Mac Adam, Alfred J. MacAdam - Literary Criticism - 1987 - 203 pages
..."hybridization." Bakhtin declares that hybridization is essential to literary prose, especially to the novel: the novelistic hybrid is an artistically organized...carvingout of a living image of another language. (Dialogic Imagination, p. 361) Hybridization in the Latin American context has produced texts that...
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La problemática de la identidad en El Señor Presidente de Miguel Angel Asturias

Teresita Rodríguez - Social Science - 1989 - 207 pages
...modelos foráneos. El resultado es un "híbrido", para Bajtin un elemento esencial en la prosa literaria: "the novelistic hybrid is an artistically organized...bringing different languages in contact with one another" (29). En El Señor Presidente encontramos una mezcla de elementos surrealistas y expresionistas, una...
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Parody: Ancient, Modern and Post-modern

Margaret A. Rose - Humor - 1993 - 316 pages
...co-existing within the boundaries of a single dialect'."7 Bakhtin also depicts the 'novelistic hybrid ' as ' an artistically organized system for bringing different...another, the carving-out of a living image of another language'."8 When Bakhtin returns to the example of comic and parodic novels such as Don Quixote and...
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José Donoso's House of Fiction: A Dramatic Construction of Time and Place

Flora María González Mandri - History - 1995 - 199 pages
...as they come into contact and dialogue with one another. "The novelistic hybrid," maintains Bakhtin, is "an artistically organized system for bringing...carving-out of a living image of another language" ("Discourse in the Novel" 361). The purpose of this study will be to carve out a dramatic image of...
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To Kill a Text: The Dialogic Fiction of Hugo, Dickens, and Zola

Ilinca Zarifopol-Johnston - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 260 pages
...Bakhtin's definition of the novel as an "intentional," "internally dialogized," "semantic" "hybrid":14 [T]he novelistic hybrid is an artistically organized...illumination of one language by means of another, the carving out of a living image of another language. (361, italics added) For Bakhtin the novel has a...
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Composing Teacher-Research: A Prosaic History

Cathy Fleischer - Education - 1995 - 286 pages
...amalgamation of style and voices is reminiscent of Bakhtin's notion of conscious hybridization, what he calls "an artistically organized system for bringing different languages in contact with one another'' (Dialogic Imagination 361). Bakhtin considers such hybridization as distinct from the simple diversity...
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Critical Confrontations: Literary Theories in Dialogue

Meili Steele - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 152 pages
..."stylized through and through, thoroughly premeditated, achieved, and distanced" (366). Hybridization is an "organized system for bringing different languages...illumination of one language by means of another, the carving out of a living image of another language" (361 ). For Bakhtin, genres are not just rules and...
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Theorizing the Avant-Garde: Modernism, Expressionism, and the Problem of ...

Richard John Murphy - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 325 pages
...thought of in Bakhtin's terms as a kind of dialogical "novelistic hybrid." For as Bakhtin observes, the "novelistic hybrid is an artistically organized...having as its goal the illumination of one language by another . . ." (361). Such an interactive structure therefore con1' Sokel, Writer in Extremis, l1.Sokel...
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The Text in Play: Representations of Rehearsal in Modern Drama

Robert Baker-White - Literary Criticism - 1999 - 212 pages
...relationship of actors and audience, "we are in their places but not of them."36 Quoting Bakhtin that ". . . the novelistic hybrid is an artistically organized...different languages in contact with one another," Keyssar suggests that Fornes has written a text which Bakhtin would recognize as a "novelized" form...
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