Sunday, January 11, 2009


The Theory of Iconic Realism:
Understanding the Arts through Cultural Context by Jeanne I. Lakatos Contribution to Scholarship: This study of iconic realism examines
semiotic theory and iconic structures within the arts. ISBN: 978-0-7734-4870-4 Cost: $99.95/£64.95 132pp 2009 If you would like a discount copy, please send me a postal address,
so I can send you the order form. The discount copy is $39.95.
(I don't know to what that would convert in euros or pounds.)
There will be a $10.00 shipping fee/$15.00 to UK and Europe....sorry!
Discount expires: 1/2010 From the Foreword:"...Offers an innovative way of thinking about
meaning-making both in the creation and interpretation of works of art."
~ Karen K. Jambeck, Ph.D. From a Peer Review: "...A comprehensive theoretical presentation
connecting art forms to cultural meanings." ~ Professor Marjorie Salem, W.C.S.U.
For further information on this book see the URL below:
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Phone: 203-837-9245 (office)Email: 203- 837-3953The Fax is my Dept. Fax at the Univ., so a cover letter would be helpful.



JeanneIris said...

This book will be available in hard copy around late spring. The discount expires 1/2010.

I discovered this theoretical approach while doing some research and realized that it applies not only to literature, but also to music, art and film. Quite exciting!
To discuss this theory, I'm thinking of setting up a blogsite, but I haven't a clue how to begin. If anyone has a suggestion, I'm all ears.

You're the BEST, T!
Thank you!
~ Jeanne

Dominic Rivron said...

Off the point, a bit. Only you can't comment on Playlists. I just wanted to say how good it was to hear Chickentown. I keep coming across JCC this year for some reason - 10 Years in an Open Necked Shirt, I Married the Monster from Outer Space, etc., etc. Brilliant.

Totalfeckineejit said...

A blog is a good idea Jeanne just follow the instructions, that's all you have to do , it's honestly really easy ,even a totalfeckineejit like me managed it, so get bloggin!

Totalfeckineejit said...

Glad ye enjoy chicken town Dominic, there's another couple of tracks somewhere down the playlist Beesley Street is my favourite but i can't find it. I first heard him when I was a young kid at an Elvis Costello concert (he was the support act) in the 70's and have never seen the like before-or since!

Dominic Rivron said...

Good, isn't he? I was left with a similar feeling after seeing him at Glastonbury years ago.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Never been to Glastonbury Dominic, but I'd love to go, maybe this will be the year, I'm not in da grave yet!