Iconicity in Literature

Iconicity in Literature: Bibliography

(June 2003)

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Alderson, Simon. 1993. “Iconic Forms in English Poetry of the Time of Dryden and Pope.” (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, University of Cambridge).

Alderson, Simon. 1999. "Iconicity in Literature. Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Prose Writing." In Nänny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 109-120.

Alderson, Simon. 2001. "Chance and Imagination in Literary Iconicity." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) Iconicity. Special Number of the European Journal of English Studies (EJES) 5, 1: 17-29.

Anderson, Earl R. 2001. "Old English Poetic Texts and Their Latin Sources. Iconicity in Caedmon's Hymn and The Phoenix." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 109-132.

Attridge, Derek. 1982. “Iconic Functions.” In his The Rhythms of English Poetry. London: Longman. 287-95.

Attridge, Derek. 1988. “Literature as Imitation: Jakobson, Joyce, and the Art of Onomatopoeia.” Peculiar Language: Literature as Difference from the Renaissance to James Joyce. London: Methuen. 127-57.

Bailey, K.V. 1988. "To Boldly See...: Iconicity in Science Fiction and Fantasy." Foundation 44: 14-26.

Bauer, Matthias. 1999. "Iconicity and Divine Likeness. George Herbert's 'Coloss. 3.3'." In Nänny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 215-234.

Bernhard, Walter. 1977. “Heuristisches Modell eines funktionalen Literaturbegriffs.” Arbeiten aus Anglistik und Amerikanistik 3: 85-93.

Bernhard, Walter. 1986. “The Iconic Quality of Poetic Rhythm.” Word & Image: 2, 3: 209-217.

Bernhard, Walter. 1999. "Iconicity and Beyond in 'Lullaby for Jumbo': Semiotic Functions of Poetic Rhythm." In Nänny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 155-169.

Breitenberg, Mark. 1988. "Reading Elizabethan Iconicity: Gorboduc and the Semiotics of Reform." English Literary Renaissance 18,2: 194-217.

Brogan, T.V.F. 1993a. “Iconicity.” In Alex Preminger and T.V.F. Brogan (eds). The New Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Princeton: Princeton UP. 552.

Brogan, T.V.F. 1993b. “Representation and Mimesis.” In Alex Preminger and T.V.F. Brogan (eds). The New Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Princeton: Princeton UP. 1037-44, esp. 1039-40.

Bronzwaer, W. 1990. "Poezie en iconiciteit ." Forum der Letteren: Tijdschrift voor Taal en Letterkunde 31, 2: 93-103.

Burke, Michael. 2001. "Iconicity and Literary Emotion." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) Iconicity. Special Number of the European Journal of English Studies (EJES) 5, 1: 31-46.

Carriker, Kitti. 1991. "The Doll as Icon: The Semiotics of the Subject in Yeats's Poem 'The Dolls'." In Leonard Orr (ed.) Yeats and Postmodernism. Syracuse: Syracuse UP. 126-145.

Ceci, Louis G. 1983. "Iconic Features in the Noun Phrases of Yeats's 'The Cold Heaven.'" Language and Style 16,2: 138-50.

Ciugureanu, Adina. 2001. "The Ideogram as an Iconic Dimension in Ezra Pound's Early Cantos." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) Iconicity. Special Number of the European Journal of English Studies (EJES) 5, 1: 47-58.

Coale, Samuel. 1993. "Hawthorne's Black Veil: From Image to Icon." CEA Critic 55, 3: 79-87.

Combe, Dominique. 1985. "Poésie, fiction, iconicité: Vers une phénomenologie des conduites de lecture." Poétique 16,61: 35-48.

Conly, Tom. 1992. "An 'Allegory of Prudence': Text and Icon of 'De la physionomie'." Montaigne Studies 4, 1-2: 156-179.

Conly, Tom. 1992. "Michel de Certeau and the Textual Icon." Diacritics 22, 2: 38-48.

Couturier, Maurice. 1988. "Ecriture-icone chez Nabokov." University of Windsor Review 21, 2: 18-31.

Cureton, Richard. 1980. “Poetic Syntax and Aesthetic Form.” Style 14, 4: 318-40.

Cureton, Richard. 1981. “e.e. cummings: A Case Study of Iconic Syntax.” Language and Style 14, 3: 183-215.

Cureton, Richard. 1986. “Visual Form in e.e. cummings’ No Thanks.” Word & Image 2, 3: 245-77.

Eckstein, Barbara. 1996. " Iconicity, Immersion and Otherness: The Hegelian 'Dive' of J. M. Coetzee and Adrienne Rich." Mosaic 29, 1: 57-77.

Epstein, E.L. 1975. “The Self-Reflexive Artefact: The Function of Mimesis in an Approach to a Theory of Value for Literature.” In R. Fowler (ed.) Style and Structure in Literature: Essays in the New Stylistics. Oxford: Blackwell. 40-78.

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Genette, Gérard. 1977. “Valéry and the Poetics of Language.” Textual Strategies: Perspectives in Post-Structuralist Criticism. Ed. J.V. Harari. Ithaca, N.J.: Cornell UP. 359-73.

Fenk, August. 1997. "Representation and Iconicity." Semiotica 115:3-4: 215-34

Fenollosa, Ernest. 1936.The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry. Ed. Ezra Pound. San Francisco: City Lights Books.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nänny. 1999. "Introduction: Iconicity as a Creative Force in Language Use." In Nänny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. xv-xxxvi.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nänny. 2001. "Introduction: Iconicity and Nature." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) Iconicity. Special Number of the European Journal of English Studies (EJES) 5, 1: 3-16.

Fischer, Olga and Max Nänny (eds). 2001. The Motivated Sign. Iconicity in Language and Literature 2. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Füger, Wilhelm. 1997. "SCRIPTSIGNS: Variants and Cultural Contexts of Iconicity in Joyce." Joyce-Studies-Annual 8: 60-80.

Garrity, Henry A. 1984. "Pop-Culture Love in Diva: Objects as Icon, Index and Syntagma." In Umstead D. Radcliff (ed.) Sex and Love in Motion Pictures. Kent: State U. 47-51.

Genette, Gerard. 1995. Mimologics [1976]. Transl. Thaïs E. Morgan. Lincoln: U Nebraska Press.

Godden, Richard. 1989. "Iconic Narrative; Or, How Faulkner Fought the Second Civil War." In Lothar Honnighausen (ed.) Faulkner's Discourse: An International Symposium. Tübingen: Niemeyer. 68-76.

Goh, Robbie B.H. 2001. "Iconicity in Advertising Signs. Motive and Method in Miming 'the Body'." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 189-210.

Goh, Robbie B. H. 2000. “'Clockwork' Language Reconsidered: Iconicity and Narrative in Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange.” Journal-of-Narrative-Theory, 30(2): 263-80.

Gutkind, Peter C.W. 1993. "Icon, Illusion and Reality: Images of Urbanism." In Peter J.M. Nas (ed.) Urban Symbolism. Leiden: Brill. 251-264.

Halter, Peter. 1999. "Iconic Rendering of Motion and Process in the Poetry of William Carlos Williams." In Nänny and Fischer (eds) Form Miming Meaning. 235-249.

Harding, R.F. Gillian. 1984. "Iconic Mythopoeia in MacEwan's The T.E. Lawrence Poems." Studies in Canadian Literature 9, 1: 95-107.

Hausman, Margaret Jane. 1989. "Syntactic Disordering in Modern Poetry: Index, Icon, Symbol." DAI. Ann Arbor 49, 8: 2210A.

Henry, Anne C. 2001. "Iconic Punctuation. Ellipsis Marks in a Historical Perspective." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 135-155.

Herzfeld, Michael. 1986. "On Some Rhetorical Uses of Iconicity in Cultural Ideologies." In Paul Bouissac et al. (eds) Iconicity. Tübingen: Stauffenburg. 401-419.

Hiraga, Masako K.and Joanna Radwaska Williams. 1997. " Nothing in the World Is Single: Metaphorical Network in Shelley's 'Love's Philosophy'." In Irmengard Rauch and Gerald F. Carr (eds). Semiotics around the World: Synthesis in Diversity, I-II. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 425-428.

Hollander, John. 1975. Vision and Resonance: Two Senses of Poetic Form. New Haven: Yale UP.

Hrushovski, Benjamin. “The Meaning of Sound Patterns in Poetry.” Poetics Today 2:1a (1980): 39-56.

Innocenti, Loretta. 2001. "Iconoclasm and Iconicity in Seventeenth-Century English Poetry." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 211-225.

Innocenti, Loretta. 1999. “'Language Thou Art Too Narrow': Reflections on Visual and Verbal Iconicity.” Textus:-English-Studies-in-Italy. 12(1): 11-36.

Johansen, Jørgen Dines. "Description and Depiction: On the Indexical Function of the Icon in the Staging of Ibsen's 'The Master Builder'." Degrés 31: f1-f7.

Johansen, Jørgen Dines. 1996. “Iconicity in Literature.” Semiotica 110-1/2: 37-55.

Kopnick, Lutz. 1992. "Goethes Ikonisierung der Poesie: Zur Schriftmagie des West-östlichen Divans." Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Geistesgeschichte 66, 2: 361-389.

Kuper, Christoph. 1981. “Ikonische Tendenzen in der Rhetorik.” LiLi: Zeitschrift für Literaturwissenschaft und Linguistik 11, 43-44: 143-163.

Leech, Geoffrey N. 1969. “Onomatopoeia.” and “Varieties of Onomatopoeia.” A Linguistic Guide to English Poetry. London: Longman. 96-100.

Leech, Geoffrey N. and M. Short. 1981. “Iconicity: The Imitation Principle.” Chapter 7.7 of Style in Fiction. London: Longman. 233-43.

Leland, Blake. 1988. “The Iconicity of Rhetorical Figures: ‘Schemes’ as Devices for Textual Cohesion.” Language and Style 21, 2: 162-90.

Leland, Blake. 1992. "Psychotic Apotheosis: Visionary Iconicity and Poet's Fear in Ezra Pound's 'The Return'." Twentieth Century Literature 38, 2: 176-193.

Levenston, E.A. 1992. The Stuff of Literature: Physical Aspects of Texts and Their Relation to Literary Meaning. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2001. "Iconic Dimensions in Margaret Atwood's Poetry and Prose." In Fischer and Nänny (eds) The Motivated Sign. 351-366.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2003. “Diagrams in Narrative: Visual Strategies in Contemporary Fiction”. In Müller and Fischer (eds). From Sign to Signing. 185-201.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2003. “Cartography and Fiction: Spatial Strategies in Late Medieval and Early Modern Fiction”. Iconicity, ed. Jeff Bernard. [Special Issue]
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Ljungberg, Christina. 2003. “Cartographic Intrusions in Postcolonial Fiction”. Le visuel à l'ère du post-visuel, ed. Marie Carani. [Special Issue] VISIO 8: 223-230.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2004. “Between Reality and Representation: On the Diagrammatic Function of  Photographs and Maps in Fiction”. Peirce and the Question of Representation, ed. Jean Fisette. [Special Issue] VISIO 9: 67-78.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2005. “Photographs in Narrative”. In Maeder, Fischer and Herlofsky (eds). Outside-In - Inside-Out. 133-149.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2005. “Diagrams and Diagrammatizations in Literary Texts”. Peirce and Literary Studies, ed. Harri Veivo.  Recherches Semiotiques / Semiotic Inquiry 24: 99-115.

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Ljungberg, Christina. 2007. '"Damn mad'. Palindromic figurations in literary narratives". In Tabakowska, Ljungberg and Fischer (eds). Insistent Images. 247-265.

Ljungberg, Christina. 2010. "The bell jar, the maze and the mural: Diagrammatic figurations as textual performance". In Conradie, Johl, Beukes, Fischer and Ljungberg (eds). Signergy. 47-72.

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McCracken, Ellen. 2000. “Iconicity and Narrative in the Work of Fray Angelico Chavez: Toward the Harmonious Imagetext.” In McCracken, Ellen (ed. and introd.). Fray Angelico Chavez: Poet, Priest, and Artist. Albuquerque: U of New Mexico Press. 53-90.

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Marin, Louis. 1983. "The Iconic Text and the Theory of Enunciation: Luca Signorelli at Loreto (circa 1479-1484)." New Literary History 14, 3: 553-596.

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