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کیمیای هنر 2019, 7(29): 44-54 Back to browse issues page
The Location of Memory A Bakhtinian Reading of Bahram Beyzaie’s The Crow
Parisa Hakim Javadi *
University of Art, Tehran
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This study is concerned with the use of specific tools from Mikhail Bakhtin’s comprehensive literary work in order to investigate the notion of time/space in Bahram Beyzaie’s 1979 movie, The Crow. Employing the Bakhtinian notion of chronotope in the analysis of the movie as a cinematic text proves helpful in developing the notion of anachronotopicity, which is then utilized to investigate the workings of memory in the movie. The main characters’ utterances, as means of communication and as other manifestations of anachronotopicity, are also explored. Finally, the issue of communicating with a public (or simply another person) in the narrative of the movie is discussed through the Bakhtinian spectrum of communication between monological and open-ended utterances and its relation with the introduced notion of anachronotopicity.
Keywords: chronotope, anachronotopicity, memory, The Crow, Bahram Beyzaie
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2019/07/23 | Accepted: 2019/07/23
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Hakim Javadi P. The Location of Memory A Bakhtinian Reading of Bahram Beyzaie’s The Crow. کیمیای هنر 2019; 7 (29) :44-54
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