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Close Reading for ARTS1031

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Close reading on Howard Felperin’s article: ‘Tongue-tied, our Queen?’: The Deconstruction of Presence in The Winter’s Tale

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Philosophy Literary criticism Deconstruction Philosophy of language Epistemology English-language films The Winter's Tale Leontes Indeterminacy Reason Linguistics Rage Howard Felperin
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Philosophy Literary criticism Deconstruction Philosophy of language Epistemology English-language films The Winter's Tale Leontes Indeterminacy Reason Linguistics Rage Howard Felperin
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This consideration of unseen action is the direct source of Leontes’ suspicions of Hermionie’s adultery and his experience with what Felperin observes to be ‘linguistic indeterminacy’, that is, the ‘instability of meaning and uncertainty of reference which is a function of expression and interpretation’ that develops from the listener’s subjectivity. Felperin observes that this ‘prevents us from arriving at certain or complete communication in human affairs or literary texts’. As a result, Felperin claims that Leontes and audiences alike possess nothing more than interpretation as ‘nothing can be either wholly dismissed nor ...
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