Kiss, Attila Books

Contrasting the Early Modern and the Postmodern Semiotics of Telling Stories: Why We Perform Shakespeare’s Plays Differently Today
2011 0-7734-1476-2
This paper focuses on the affinity between the early modern (or protomodern) and the postmodern. The methodology is grounded in the interpretive procedures of semiography, which recontextualizes the findings of iconological research in the new theoretical framework of the postsemiotics of the subject and the poststructuralist theories of signification and mediality.