Phrase and subject : studies in literature and music /
edited by Delia da Sousa Correa.
London : Legenda, 2006
xii, 212 p. : ill., music ; 26 cm.
1904713076 (pbk.) :, 9781904713074 (pbk.) :
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London : Legenda, 2006
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [193]-205) and index
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Table of Contents
Theoretical issuesp. 11
Stances towards music as a languagep. 12
Music before the literary : or, the eventness of musical eventsp. 21
Music in the philosophical imagination : deconstructing Friedrich Nietzsche's Human, all too humanp. 34
The force of music in Derrida's writingp. 45
Generic alliancesp. 59
Music and realism : Samuel Richardson, Italian Opera, and English Oratoriop. 60
Saving the ordinary : Beethoven's 'ghost' trio and the wheel of historyp. 73
Musical scores and literary form in modernism : Ezra pound's Pisan Cantos and Samuel Beckett's Watp. 87
The gendered textp. 99
Revoicing Rousseau : Stael's Corinne and the song of the southp. 100
The dear dead past : the piano in Victorian and Edwardian poetryp. 112
Music and Kate Chopin's The awakeningp. 125
Narratives of masculinity and femininity : two Schumann song cyclesp. 135
Narrative modesp. 147
The concert as a literary genre : Berlioz's Leliop. 148
Literature as Deja vu? : the third movement of Gustav Mahler's first symphonyp. 153
Fugue or music drama? : symmetry, counterpoint, and Leitmotif in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazovp. 167
Benjamin Britten and Wilfred Owen : an intertextual reading of the War Requieump. 178
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