[KB] [Fwd: Re: FW: Where did Burke say this?]
ghenders at chass.utoronto.ca
Fri Mar 6 17:37:09 EST 2009
Tony is right. "Methodological Repression' was what I was referring
to. Sorry it didn't pan out.
>I could be mistaken, but I think that the "response" that Greig Henderson is referring to is not the one to Booth in 1974, but Burke's 1978 CI piece "Methodological Repression and/or Strategies of Containment." Like Prof. Klumpp I gave this document the old college try as well. Nada. Though I did find another use of "solemn."
>-Tony de Velasco
>From: kb-bounces at lists.purdue.edu [mailto:kb-bounces at lists.purdue.edu] On Behalf Of James F. Klumpp
>Sent: Friday, March 06, 2009 12:05 PM
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>Subject: Re: [KB] [Fwd: Re: FW: Where did Burke say this?]
>I did not remember the quotation being in "Dancing with Tears in My
>Eyes," but I gave it the old college try for Greig's sake. I loaded the
>article and searched on "sole" since that was the point of objection
>that said it couldn't be Burke. What came back was "solemn" and
>"console," no "sole." Thought that was almost the perfect Burke
>response. (And, by the way, "soul" wasn't there either.) So, no,
>Greig, not there.
>G. Henderson wrote:
>>I can think of one thing that might be worth checking out. I seem to
>>remember a response that Burke made in Critical Inquiry, a response to
>>Fredric Jameson's "The Symbolic Inference," which was published in the
>>same journal if memory serves. That might explain Burke's use of the
>>It's a long shot, to be sure, and I can't find my copy of the journal.
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