ArticleBellman, Samuel I.The purpose here is to provide a new, unconventional way of seeing a literary text—but not to reinterpret it completely, according to some trendy approach. The literary characters’ needs, demands, and responses are to be considered in terms of metabol . . .
ArticleBellman, Samuel I.The argument may be made that a “picture-with-text” commercial advertisement in a magazine or on a poster may sometimes be considered an art form in its own right. Leo Spitzer, an eminent philologist/linguist, in the late 1940s bolstered that argument . . .
ArticleBellman, Samuel I.Problems may arise in the process of reading, teaching, and writing the English-language short story. Many contemporaneous stories seem wildly experimental, trendy, trivial with low reader-identification—not models of narrative virtuosity like stories . . .