[...] But in the allegory
of unreadability, the imperatives of truth and falsehood oppose the narrative syntax and manifest themselves at its expense.
In particular, Crawford argues that disenchantment is closely linked to allegory
. His brief overview of eighteenth century attitudes to allegory
reveals a modern sensibility traceable to early Christian texts.
The addition of Allegory
allows Integreon to extend its growing lead in the discovery space and, for the first time, provide a true end-to-end solution for legal departments and outside counsel for managing the entire case and all of discovery, not just the document discovery piece, said Bob Rowe, CEO of Integreon.
29 November 2017 - New York, US-based legal services supplier Integreon has acquired New York-based litigation management software provider Allegory
to enhance litigation management and discovery solutions with technology, the company said.
It was through Paul de Mann that allegory
began to receive attention as one of the important rhetoric methodologies of Postmodernism.
An ode to the process of finding oneself in the fray of love and loss that is early adulthood, The Drunken Spelunker's Guide to Plato plays out the Allegory
of the Cave through the medium of booze joints and barstool intellectuals.
The term "allegory
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Services that Huron Legal can provide in conjunction with Allegory
include case set up, seamless integration of produced documents, digesting and managing evidence, deposition preparation, digesting deposition exhibits and testimony, trial preparation, and litigation records management.
Students need to form a basic understanding of the different types of allegory
. For example, moral or religious allegories may occur in a religious or spiritual text.
In An Allegory
of Divine Love: The Netherlandish Blockbook "Canticum Canticorum", Marilyn Aronberg Lavin discusses each of the thirty-two framed scenes individually, as visual images within the larger framework of the history of art, as poetic dialogues composed of hallowed lines newly ordered to create a new poem, and as theological allusions in the form of human interaction.
The local firm Allegory
was given a brief with a dual agenda when it was asked to design Rooftop 42, a restaurant in a high-end district of Geneva, Switzerland.
Melaney's complex comparative study depends on a number of theoretical moving parts, including philosophy of language, aesthetics, modernism, materiality, and the distinction he maintains between traditional allegory
and allegorical works of modernist literature.
David Melbye Landscape Allegory
in Cinema: From Wilderness to Wasteland New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
In this classic study, first published about 40 years ago, Fletcher (emeritus, English and comparative literature, Graduate School of the City University of New York) describes his original theory of allegory
as a symbolic mode and uses the theory to demonstrate allegory
's relationship to other aesthetic devices, with examples of how allegory
works in art, literature, and in areas of everyday life, from religion to politics.
This week's winner is Jacob Arnon, who wrote, perhaps taking issue with my explicitly Kafkaesque gloss on the battle over Franz Kafka's papers, "This is too easy to use a Kafka allegory
to describe the fate of his own writing.