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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Martinkus, Vytautas
Title: Literatūros almanacho Varpai epitekstas: autorių laiškai
Other Title: The epitext of the literary almanach Varpai: authors‘ letters
Is part of: Acta litteraria comparativa, 2015, nr. 7, p. 97-108
Date: 2015
Keywords: Epitekstas;Laiškas;Literatūros almanachas;Paratekstas;Peritekstas;Tekstas;Epitext;Letter;Literary almanac;Paratext;Peritext;Text
Abstract: Straipsnyje svarstomas epistolikos paratekstualumas. Tyrimo objektas – literatūros almanacho Varpai 29-asis numeris (2013), kuriame paskelbta daugiau nei šimto rašytojų laiškai. Leidinio redaktoriui jie rašyti 1988–2013 metais. Lietuvoje gyvenančių ir išeivių rašytojų laiškai aptariami kaip visų išleistų almanacho numerių parateksto dalis – epitekstas, kuris praplečia Varpuose publikuotų peritekstų ir tekstų reikšmes, veikia skaitytojų įvertinimus.
The article discusses the paratextuality of the epistolary corpus which was published in the Lithuanian literary almanac Varpai. The notion of paratext is taken from Gérard Genette (Seuils, 1987): „paratexts are those liminal devices and conventions, both within and outside the book, that form part of the complex mediation between book, author, publisher, and reader: titles, forewords, epigraphs, and publishers‘ jacket copy are part of a book‘s private and public history.” The specific subject of the analysis is one issue (No. 29) of the literary almanac Varpai which published over a hundred letters written to the editor by various authors (1988–2013). The epistolary material holds a great interest for literary critics, however, it has value for a number of other reasons. In the article, all the letters are analysed as paratexts, i.e. the peritexts / epitexts which exist next to / beyond the literature.
Appears in Collections:Acta litteraria comparativa, 2015, nr. 7: Laiškas literatūroje ir kultūroje

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