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Logoemesis y cultura textovisual: figuras de la generación y visibilización del texto en el arte escrito mediado por las pantallas

Escandell Montiel, D (2017) Logoemesis y cultura textovisual: figuras de la generación y visibilización del texto en el arte escrito mediado por las pantallas. Tropelías. Revista de Teoría de la Literatura y Literatura Comparada, 27. pp. 67-78. ISSN 2255-5463

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Abstract

The combination of text and image, already in classic formats such as visual poetry or comics, has been approached from a literary perspective according to both the textual layout and the text communion with the graphic apparatus, which may involve logophagic interventions. Previous studies on e-literature have faced text-visual problems such as the boundaries imposed on the digitization or adaptation of these forms of art due to the formal rigidity of electronic books. This has enabled us to glimpse at the limits and complexities of some digital formats, but also to perceive a reverse phenomenology to textual erasure and invisibility. In this article we analyse the intermedial and transmedial relationship between text and image in electronic literature from the point of view of logophagic rhetorical techniques in order to establish what the reverse path, the textual emesis, is. To do so, we study the phenomenology of literary text-visual rhetorical devices on screens.

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