"WRITING FROM THE BODY" AS THE PHENOMENON OF CONTEMPORARY ANGLOPHONE CULTURE
Nagornaya Aleksandra Viktorovna Moscow City Pedagogical University; Institute of Scientific Information on Social Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Abstract. The paper deals with the phenomenon of "Writing from the Body" in the framework of contemporary Anglophone culture. "Writing from the Body" is examined, primarily, as a general principle of creative writing, consisting in the use of sensory and motor potential of the body both at the stage of formulating the idea of the text and at the stage of its verbal presentation. The author identifies the sources of "Writing from the Body" as the phenomenon, analyzes the main lines of "bodily narrative" and those techniques, by which it is realized in practice, and reveals the types of bodily experience which are most relevant for creative writing.
Key words and phrases: тело, словесное творчество, "письмо от тела", "сенсорное письмо", чувственна€ ткань текста, body, creative writing, "Writing from the Body", "sensory writing", sensory fabric of the text.
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