Absolutna horyzontalność - wyobraźnia topograficzna i dyskurs krytyczny w "Ameryce" Jeana Baudrillarda
AbstractThe article is an attempt to reconstruct the topographic imagination of Jean Baudrillard. The author interprets his essay, "America", placing him in the context of "Visions from San Francisco Bay" by Czesław Miłosz. Reading America through a spatial perspective allows us not only to see the spatial imagery used to describe the landscape of the New World but also to indicate its hidden symbolism. In other words, through topographical imagery, Baudrillard verbalizes judgments about culture and history. Thus, space becomes an epistemological metaphor and the author’s own philosophical dictionary.
|Other language title versions||"Limitless horizontality": topographic imagination and critical discourse in Jean Baudrillard’s "America"|
|Journal series||Białostockie Studia Literaturoznawcze, ISSN 2082-9701, (B 9 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||1|
|Keywords in English||geopoetics, Jean Baudrillar, topographical turn, discourse, space in literature, America in literature|
|License||Journal (articles only); published final; ; with publication|
|Score|| = 9.0, ArticleFromJournal|
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