diegesis


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di·e·ge·sis

 (dī′ə-jē′sĭs)
n. pl. di·e·ge·ses (-sēz)
1. The presentation of a narrative without direct dramatic imitation of the events, scenes, or characters described.
2. The world that is depicted in a work of narrative art, especially a film.

[Greek diēgēsis, narration, narrative, from diēgeisthai, to describe : dia-, dia- + hēgeisthai, to lead; see sāg- in Indo-European roots.]

diegesis

(ˌdaɪiːˈdʒiːsɪs)
n
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (in narrative film or literature) the fictional setting, events, and characters

diegesis

- The narrative or plot.
See also related terms for narrative.
Translations
diégèse
diegese
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Titian, however, adopts the lyric mode, in which a diegesis of colore terribile and pittura de macchia promotes the dissolution of a materiality apprehended as unorthodox, or even heretical, for the subject.
It's not in the story, so this is Queen as intercessors, somewhere between us and the diegesis.
Sin embargo, no todos los acontecimientos y situaciones que se nos muestran tienen que ser diegeticos, es decir imagenes pertenecientes a sucesos, entornos y personajes que se producen y existen de manera efectiva en dicha diegesis.
In general, these voices are present in the diegesis in two different ways: 1) as characters that directly intervene in Claudia's story (for example, Ana, her lover, or Rob, Claudia's African American friend) and 2) through the incorporation of interviews and documentary footage at different points in the film.
Not only did the fade-ins and fade-outs punctuate the diegesis, but the darkness, whether partial or total, illustrated the varying degrees of intensity in the outrage.
La diegesis da cuenta aqui desde un significativo despego de lo rigurosamente testimonial y desde el abandono de un estricto recuento diegetico de los hechos historicos, en tanto se despreocupa de una sujecion plena a la linea del tiempo, para privilegiar determinados aspectos del personaje historico, sobre todo los menos ajustados a los registros de la historiografia pero no por ello menos verosimiles o menos creibles.
Some have explained these often unpredictable transitions as being the result of a switch between, a telescoping, of two different types of narration, two enunciation points of view of the narrator (linked diegesis and autonomous diegesis).
Se presentan diegesis de las obras pero siempre de una manera comentada e intercalada con las propuestas de abordaje ideologico; este esta siempre iluminado por teoricos contemporaneos, elegidos de acuerdo con la idea principal que en cada uno de los periodos defiende la investigadora.
Poetry may not empower the characters within the diegesis (the narrated events), but it gives them domination of the narrative, often speaking not so much to fellow characters but 'over their heads' to the audience of the saga.
El segundo texto que destaca es el de Joaquin Manzi, que traslada la esencia de esa incertidumbre narrativa a las imagenes que pueblan la diegesis (suenos referidos, detalle de fotografias, peliculas citadas, etc), haciendo un interesante paralelo entre los textos del autor y escenas procedentes de la pintura y del cine.
Diegesis, Etudes sur la poetique des motifs narratifs au Moyen Age (de la Vie des Peres aux lettres modernes).
Convencidos de la importante labor que desempenan las revistas academicas de nuestra facultad nos aproximamos en Revista de revistas a publicaciones como Escritura y pensamiento, Diegesis, Lengua y sociedad, San Marcos y Reflexion y critica.