Continuities and Silences
Continuities and Silences guides readers to explore the associations and absences within texts in order to understand how the flow of meanings converges and gets left behind for others to discover.
Begin this path: Continuities and Silences
- 4.1 Timelines - Moments We Connect, Moments that are Left Behind
- 4.2 Slowing Down for a Close Reading
- 4.3 Juxtaposition in 'Moby Dick'
- 4.4 Juxtaposition in 'Moby-Dick: Then and Now'
- 4.5 Cinematic Juxtaposition: The Introduction of Gollum in 'The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers'
- 4.6 Moments Left Behind: Gaps, Gutters, and Silences in 'Flotsam'
- 4.7 Silences in 'Moby-Dick': Looking for the Female Voice
- 4.8 How Juxtaposition Makes Silence Powerful: Silent Women in the “Separation Scene” in John Huston’s 'Moby-Dick'
- 4.9 Women and Men as Leaders: 'Battlestar Galactica' Juxtaposed with 'Moby Dick'
- 4.10 "Vidding" as Fan Response to Silences and Gaps
- 4.11 Gaps in the Wanderings of Gollum – Filling out the Vast Timelines of 'The Lord of the Rings'
- 4.12 A Diversion--or a Fan Fiction Moment--in the 'LotR' Narrative
- 4.13 Juxtaposing and Breaking Silence Through Poetry