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of or by or typical of an author

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Pour le paratexte auctorial, nous avons retenu la preface (5), au sens de << discours produit a propos du texte qui suit >> (Genette, 1987, p.
The deletion of the definite article l is to be noted, motivated by the association with a lexical element of non-literary register, forming a strongly marked unit used in the auctorial discourse.
Apart from indicating the evolution of the Romanian travelogue dictated by the natural changes at the level of readership expectations, perspective on exotic destinations and degree of auctorial visibility within a thirty years' time span, the comparative analysis of the two writings has also revealed the versatile nature of travel writing, which allows for both highly subjective reflections of a given destination, and more objective accounts of the same destination.
Naming targets of Huxley's mockery, students work their way toward an understanding of auctorial judgment and purpose.
It gives, therefore, the appearance of being illogical, associational, free of auctorial control" (258-59).
A month or so before publication I came down with the usual auctorial premonitions of disaster.
In fact, several details of this passage belong exclusively to his auctorial persona.
If this seems something of a digression, let me say that it helps to carry the auctorial voice around the embarrassment of declaring that I boxed better on that day than I ever did before, or since.
The compatibility of Lawrence's treatment of male-female conflict in "Wintry Peacock" with current thinking in the field of evolutionary psychology is not the result of auctorial intention.
One of this study's greatest strengths lies in its invitation to rethink Flaubert's auctorial decision to add a very specific subtitle to his work, a subtitle that, as Holm demonstrates effectively, deserves just as much credit as the main title.
From an auctorial perspective, intervals are also those empty or transitional periods of the search for a new poetic art which is usually achieved through the retrieval of past models and their transformation into a personal aesthetic.
Ce refus d'une representation idealisee ou simplement realiste des heros proposes en modele a la jeunesse doit etre interprete comme une marque d'autonomie de l'image vis-a-vis des regles de la litterature edifiante, de la narration et des intentions ideologiques du discours auctorial.
It is not that al-J[a.bar]hiz is not playful or that he does not voice his characters uttering jokes and witticisms--sometimes he also voices his own various auctorial personae as uttering these witticisms.