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Bakhtin's Carnival through The Name of the Rose


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Initial post: Sep 8, 2006, 3:34:39 PM PDT
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A. Wills says:
Well, could you guys highlight those moments on which you see M. Bakhtin's theory at work in the novel?

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Last edited by the author on Oct 13, 2006, 10:26:40 AM PDT
This sounds fascinating; I'll be interested to read any replies. I love The Name of the Rose and Bakhtin. Unfortunately, I read The Name of the Rose before I studied Bakhtin and never thought about the two together, so I can't add much to the discussion (my read of Name was six years ago). I'm about to read Eco's Foucault's Pendulum, which is what got me thinking about Name again and why I looked it up.
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The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco (Paperback - May 1, 2008)
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