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Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Introduction: 'Style in Theory and Practice: Literature, Philosophy, and Writing the Space Between' Ivan Callus, James Corby, Gloria Lauri-Lucente 1. Style in Theory - Styling Theory Jean-Michel Rabate (University of Pennsylvania) 2. Style in Deconstruction Laurent Milesi (Cardiff University) 3. Style and History in Diderot and Winckelmann Saul Anton (The New School & Pratt) 4. Petrarch and the Birth of Style Gloria Lauri-Lucente (University of Malta) 5. Style, Rhetoric and Identity in Shakespearean Soliloquy Stuart Sillars (University of Bergen) 6. Theory ... For Life Stefan Herbrechter (Coventry University) 7. Style is the Man: Meillassoux, Heidegger and Finitude James Corby (University of Malta) 8. Style and Arrogance: The Ethics of Heidegger's Style Chris Muller (Cardiff University) 9. Nietzsche, Style, Body Douglas Burnham (Staffordshire University) 10. Style in communication: The Hip Swing of Helio Oiticica's Parangoles Fiona Hughes (University of Essex) 11. Writing without (Re)Styl(e)(ing) : Helene Cixous on the Path of Error Janice Sant (Cardiff University) 12. Deleuze or the V-Effect: Philosophy on a Mobile Cusp Marie-Dominique Garnier (Universite de Paris-8 Vincennes-a-St-Denis) 13. 'This song to come, this reader to become': Reading Blanchot's Style of Paradox in 'Rene Char' Mario Aquilina (Durham University) 14. Learning to Style Finally: Lateness in Theory Ivan Callus (University of Malta) Afterword Giuseppe Mazzotta (Yale) Notes Bibliography Index

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Explores theories and practices of style in literary studies and philosophy.

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Explores theories and practices of style in literary studies and philosophy.

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Gloria Lauri-Lucente is Director of the Institute of Anglo-Italian Studies, Head of the Department of Italian and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Malta, Malta.


Does style matter? It is a question that goes right to the heart of the traditionally fraught relationship between literature and philosophy. Style in Theory: Between Literature and Philosophy is an important and timely collection of essays that answers this question with an emphatic and compelling `yes'. Offering an impressive range of profound and engaging reflections on the question of style in its various literary and philosophical manifestations, Style in Theory shows us why we ought to be thinking about style differently. -- Simon Critchley, Hans Jonas Professor of Philosophy, The New School, New York, USA
[T]he volume makes a valuable contribution to the study of style at the intersection of literature and philosophy. Summing Up: Recommended. Graduate students and researchers/faculty. -- P.I. Vieira, Georgetown University * CHOICE *

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