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“…It is, as I have argued elsewhere (Crapanzano 1992), through pragmatic and metapragmatic processes that power, masked by the referential, determines and defines the referential, its form and substance, our take on it. We should remember that however open Carlyle's new genre of cultural discourse may have been to self-critical mirroring, it was written in an age of ardent nationalism and rampant imperialism that found little purchase in intercultural reciprocity, mutuality, and self-criticism, one imagines, among Carlyle's readers.…”
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“…It is, as I have argued elsewhere (Crapanzano 1992), through pragmatic and metapragmatic processes that power, masked by the referential, determines and defines the referential, its form and substance, our take on it. We should remember that however open Carlyle's new genre of cultural discourse may have been to self-critical mirroring, it was written in an age of ardent nationalism and rampant imperialism that found little purchase in intercultural reciprocity, mutuality, and self-criticism, one imagines, among Carlyle's readers.…”
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“…3. For a discussion of the role of the translator as a trickster, see my title essay, 'Hermes's dilemma', in Crapanzano (1992). By reading Ruth the Moabitess parabolically as a figure of traveling theory, Miller misses the comic, the puckish dimension of the translator, the messenger, he or she who crosses borders.…”
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“…Vincent Crapanzano observes that “from a literary-discursive point of view [ Memoirs ] is one of the most challenging texts of the century,” but what or who might be silenced, or forgotten, as we take up Schreber’s challenge? 16…”
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