The Style of Gestures Characters ß 102 In this volume Guillemette Bolens examines the ways in which artists authors and readers draw on skills sensorimotor capacities and embodied knowledge when creating and experiencing artistic and literary works In so doing Bolens offers a new literary perspective on gesture studies and the role of embodied cognition in narrativeAt the cutting edge of interdisciplinary inuiries into gesture style narratology cognition and literature.
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The Style of Gestures Characters ß 102 Hows how our experience of creative works draws on forms of cognition that are grounded in our corporealityThis book represents a crucial contribution from a literary scholar to the exciting new field of embodied cognition With a foreword by well known neuroscientist Alain Berthoz The Style of Gestures convincingly makes the case that embodied cognition is essential to the reception understanding and enjoyment of art and literature.Guillemette Bolens Ì 2 Characters
The Style of Gestures Characters ß 102 This work brings together academic expertise in literary studies with a consideration of neuroscientific and cognitive findings Bolens studies the relevance of kinesic intelligence our ability to understand the meaning of body movements postures gestures and facial expressions to the interpretation of literature Through her discussions of works by John Milton Jane Austen Marcel Proust James Joyce and major medieval authors Bolens s.
- The Style of Gestures
- Guillemette Bolens
- 06 August 2019