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" I will consider the historical work as what it most manifestly is— that is to say, a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose discourse that purports to be a model, or icon, of past structures and processes in the interest of explaining what... "
Computers, Visualization, and History: How New Techonology Will Transform ... - Seite 15
von David J. Staley - 2002 - 174 Seiten
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Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe

Hayden White - 1975 - 448 Seiten
...realize these aims, I will consider the historical work as what it most manifestly is— that is to say, a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose...interest of explaining what they were by representing them.4 1 See my "The Burden of History," History and Theorv. 3. no. z (1966): 111-34, for a discussion...
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Walking Point: American Narratives of Vietnam

Thomas Myers - 1988 - 272 Seiten
...traditional boundary between historical and imaginative writing. For White, the historical text is "a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose...interest of explaining what they were by representing them" (2, White's italics). The key terms in his statement are "purports" and "icon," words that suggest...
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Beyond the Great Story: History as Text and Discourse

Robert F. Berkhofer - 1997 - 381 Seiten
...textualism. Thus Hayden White defines a "historical work as what it manifestly is — that is to say, a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose...interest of explaining what they were by representing them."40 The French linguistic scholars AJ Greimas and J. Courtes take a similar view in their Semiotics...
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Writers of the Spanish Colonial Period, Band 2

David William Foster, Daniel Altamiranda - 1997 - 436 Seiten
...historical work as predominant. He believes the historical work to be a "verbal structure in the form of narrative prose discourse that purports to be a model,...interest of explaining what they were by representing them" (p. 2). Borrowing freely from literary and historical scholars such as Northrop Frye, Kenneth...
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Postmodernism: Disciplinary texts : humanities and social sciences

Victor E. Taylor, Charles E. Winquist - 1998 - 805 Seiten
...realize these aims, I will consider the historical work as what it most manifestly is — that is to say, a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose...interest of explaining what they were by representing them.4 My method, in short, is formalist. I will not try to decide whether a given historian's work...
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Encyclopedia of Historians and Historical Writing, Band 1

Kelly Boyd - 1999 - 1562 Seiten
...will consider the historical work as what it most manifestly is - a verbal structure in the form of narrative prose discourse that purports to be a model,...interest of explaining what they were by representing them." White further notes that the historical work lies at the intersection of a historical past,...
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Bronze by Gold: The Music of Joyce

Sebastian David Guy Knowles - 1999 - 343 Seiten
...verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose discourse that purports to be a model, or icon, of the past structures and processes in the interest of explaining what they were by representing them" (2; emphasis in the original). ln drastically simplified terms, it is the central thesis of Metahistory...
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On the Future of History: The Postmodernist Challenge and Its Aftermath

Ernst Breisach - 2003 - 243 Seiten
...permanence or of pure contingency. White offered the alternative to that by defining a historical account as "a verbal structure in the form of a narrative...interest of explaining what they were by representing them."16 Truth and Evidence in the New Narrativist Perspective Empiricists spoke of evidence as elements...
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Medieval Saints in Late Nineteenth Century French Culture: Eight Essays

Elizabeth Emery, Laurie Postlewate - 2004 - 258 Seiten
...storytelling under the guise of truth." 14. In Metahistory, White argues that a historical work is "a verbal structure in the form of a narrative prose...interest of explaining what they were by representing them." Metahistory: The Historical Imagination in Nineteenth-Century Europe (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins...
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History, Historians, and Autobiography

Jeremy D. Popkin - 2005 - 339 Seiten
...history into "cliometrics." White proposed to take a completely different view. "I will consider the historical work as ... a verbal structure in the form...interest of explaining what they were by representing them," he announced.3 In an article published a few years later, White was even more explicit in assimilating...
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