Drifting on a Read

Drifting on a Read

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For almost a century, writers such as Ralph Ellison, Michael Ondaatje, and Ishmael Reed have expressed an affinity for jazz, hearing the music as a model for writing. Michael Jarrett examines their work and the work of others who have brought jazz into language, pushing a€œinterpretationa€ into the realm of a€œinvention.a€tie later he declares that aquot;the readerly text is a tonal text (for which habit creates a reading process just as conditioned as our hearing)aquot; (1974:28, 30). The unity of the readerly text, he maintains, aquot;is basically dependent on two sequential codes: anbsp;...

Title:Drifting on a Read
Author: Michael Jarrett
Publisher:SUNY Press - 1999-02-25

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