Join or Log in
from http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/Literary_Criticism/postmodernism/jameson_text_complete.htm V In this sense, then, ideally the minicity of Portman's Bonaventure ought not to have entrances at all, since the entryway is always the seam that links the building to the rest of the city that surrounds it: for it does not wish to be a part of the city but rather its equivalent and replacement or substitute.
untitled 
Added 20 days ago by Leo Shaw
Show info
untitled 
Info
from http://www.eng.fju.edu.tw/Literary_Criticism/postmodernism/jameson_text_complete.htm V In this sense, then, ideally the minicity of Portman's Bonaventure ought not to have entrances at all, since the entryway is always the seam that links the building to the rest of the city that surrounds it: for it does not wish to be a part of the city but rather its equivalent and replacement or substitute.
1 Connection