On the other hand, mere statements of the poem's paraphrasable
content or the reader's response(s) may not be strictly literary, and the latter would even be suspected of an "affective fallacy.
compositional system with a clause containing a sentential operator roughly paraphrasable
as 'according to Pearl Harbor'".
For too many of us the default setting is to think and say that the mass consisting of formal patterns is the shadow and servant of the mass consisting of the paraphrasable
2) The paraphrasable
sense of the prose rewrite of "Who would have guessed it possible" is rendered unparaphrasably mysterious by Ryan's steep linebreaks.
What is being protected is more than a secret human love affair; it is also a love affair with language, with a poetic process that is unwilling to reduce poems to paraphrasable
meanings and simultaneously to consumable products.
Readers who take comfort in paraphrasable
sense may prefer part 2, but those more drawn to experiment will find the daring, imaginative flights more appealing.
The result is that the fact of verse seems insisted on with a blinding purity, stripped to the maximum degree possible of any superstitious analogy whatever with the paraphrasable
content (which does not need paraphrase).
In a which-phrase like which kid paraphrasable
as which x, x a kid (Pesetsky 2000: 16), there is apart-of relation that constrains the u-wh specification as a portion of a maximal set, e.
Any resemblance between his character's life, times, and travels, and those of Carpentier himself, is due to the author's drawing on his personal life as a stock of settings, incidents and personages that serve as paraphrasable
elements in the confection of his protagonist's narration of supposed encounters and vicissitudes.
Since I'm a viewer with a bias toward finding paraphrasable
meaning, this puts me in a position that reminds me of that of the suitor in a famous passage from Sartre's Being and Nothingness, As you may recall, the fellow doesn't know whether the girl means to accept or resist his advances--and neither does she.
But writers like David Lodge (1966:19) and Bassnett (1980) argued convincingly, that novels are non paraphrasable
The names were not merely paraphrasable
positions; they also contained implicit arguments.