Data Related to Word Affinities in Hermann Broch's "Der Tod des Vergil"
In order to make semiotic sense out of the montage of "Tod des Vergil" and the inherent lack of apparent correspondence between adjacent terms within this technique, my dissertation traced out associative meanings according to spacial proximity. For details see Jacob van der Kolk, "The Self-Destructing Text: Hermann Broch's Der Tod des Vergil and the Limits of Avant-Garde Narrative," specifically Appendix C. CONTENTS Individual spreadsheets detailing specific affinities between a given term, e.g. "Zwischenreich" and select words. One spreadsheet listing all the words in "Der Tod des Vergil," arranged to number of most frequent appearances.
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|Work Title||Data Related to Word Affinities in Hermann Broch's "Der Tod des Vergil"|
|Subtitle||Spreadsheets Detailing Data Used in Jacob A. van der Kolk's Dissertation "The Self-Destructing Text: Hermann Broch's Der Tod des Vergil and the Limits of Avant-Garde Narrative"|
|License||CC BY-SA 4.0 (Attribution-ShareAlike)|
|Deposited||October 04, 2017|