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Sign. Emblems by Joan Krieger. Baltimore & London:
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Foreword: Of Shields:xiii-xvii.
Appendix: Ekphrasis and the Still Movement of Poetry; or
Laokoön Revisited (1967):263-288.
- Picture and Word, Space and Time: The Exhilaration and
Exasperation--of Ekphrasis as a Subject:1-28.
- Representation as Illusion: Dramatic Representation and the
- Representation as Enargeia I: Verbal Representation
and the Natural-Sign Aesthetic:67-90.
- Representation as Enargeia II: Nature's Transcendence
of the Natural Sign:93-112.
- The Verbal Emblem I: The Renaissance:115-142.
- Language as Aesthetic Material:145-195.
- The Verbal Emblem II: From Romanticism to Modernism:197-231.
- A Postmodern Reprospect: Semiotic Desire, Repression in the Name of
Nature, and a Space for the Ekphrastic:233-261.
See "Poetry as Art, Language as Aesthetic Medium" (1987),
in Words and in Drama: The Illusion of the Natural Sign" (1990),
Semiotic Desire for the Natural Sign: Poetic Uses and Political Abuses"
"Literary Invention and the Impulse to Theoretical
Change: 'Or Whether Revolution Be the Same'." In Ralph
Cohen, ed., Studies in Historical Change pp. 179-206.
Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia,
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Change: 'Or Whether Revolution Be the Same'"(1986).
See Words about Words about
Words (1988), Chapter 4, pp. 64-89.