Doing so will also relatedly address how the Ellison essay stands in strong connection to the rhizomatic
tendencies of which Invisible Man is an early exemplar in Ellison, tendencies that nearly kept that novel, to re-quote Adam Bradley, "in perpetual motion" and that, to recur to Ellison's words to John Hersey, "continued to be something of a problem" following its success.
Language Poetry of America and Language Poetry of Iran: Rhizomatics
Not building toward a grand finale, this rhizomatic
eventing was better characterized by "a thousand plateaus.
However, there is limited information about the relationships between bract colour and pigment composition during the inflorescence development in this ornamental rhizomatic
Theoretical literature on social movements recently turned its attention to their rhizomatic
nature (Castells, 2012; Funke, 2012).
The essays featured in Theorizing Glissant are organized following a rhizomatic
1) As a formative value, he uses the term to indicate a pure immanence, a phenomenal embeddedness, and it is most useful to consider it in terms of Rioux's work wherein the pure plane seems synonymous with an infinitely unfolding field or quintessentially smooth space without inflective division; here is a rhizomatic
entity with innumerable tendrils that reach up and over the threshold of eternity like weeds, spreading throughout hyperspace like wildfire.
structure of The Tropics Bite Back is very much indebted to Edouard Glissant, whose theoretical frameworks were center-stage in Loichot's previous monograph, Orphan Narratives: The Postplantation Literature of Faulkner, Glissant, Morrison, and Saint-John Perse (2007).
This decision connects to the Deleuzian theoretical concept of deterritorialization, as Liao made a line of flight toward the ocean to explore a horizontal rhizomatic
territory, away from the hierarchical arborescent land.
However, it becomes efficiently creative when it is fueled by the drive of creative destruction, the movement of which brings out a latent danger in rhizomatic
behaviour to pursue multiplicities in a way that forgets at the same time that it creates (Deleuze and Guattari 9).
Communication takes place along a rhizomatic
network of professional journalists, responsive audiences, and citizen journalists, where ethical self-regulation takes place outside the professional realm between citizen journalists themselves.
In this theorization, we move away from Henri Lefebvre and Edward Soja's notions of the urban as a text that can be read, and towards Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari's conception of space as rhizomatic