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Literary Histories in Portuguese | Marcus De Martini and Joao Cezar de Castro Rocha –

Sullivan Gustavus Vasa by W. Even politically we were born and grew up in the Romance community.

The World Republic of Letters, translated by M. On page 7, Pfeiffer clarifies the breadth of the approach: Polysystem theory, on the other hand, was used with greater frequency for the study of texts and their literary and sociocultural function, making use of the suggestive notion of repertoire.

Philosophie de l’art

According to Mazzoni, the anthropological function of reading novels consists in our experience of what it might have been like to live in a particular time and place, and thus to assume a particular point of view Mazzoni, Literary Histones in Portuguese also aims to engage in dialogue with the series of literary histories published by Harvard 4 University Press since the release of A Neio History of French Literature in Lucien Dallenbach and Christiaan L.

Antonio Candido, Formafdo da literatura brasileira Belo Horizonte: Manierismus in der europaischen Kunst und Literatur. Henry “Colony,”—or “Free State”?

Williamson Better Dead by J. For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.

The journal was founded in the s by Erich Kohler shortly before his early deatha scholar of Romance literature and a colleague of Jauss who collaborated with him on the grand literary historical project Grundriss der 21 romanischen Literaturen des Mittelalters. That the main organ of the prestigious French school of social history judged it necessary to dedicate an entire issue to this question was naturally of some importance.


Moreover, this sort of history raises delicate questions about the relationship between literature and biography, between social history and the history of individuals.

This type of lit- erary history rests on particular philosophical foundations. It is nonetheless necessary to observe that the histories of national litera- tures, focused on vel narrative more or less teleological ranging from the Mid- dle Ages to the contemporary era, with their representative authors and their national canon, are deliberately absent from this work.

Hipolito Taine (Author of Filosofia del Arte I)

Harvard University Press,1. In the transition period from the nineteenth to the twentieth century, Gustave Lanson maintained a belief in the scientific renewal of the humanities and the appli- cation twine scientific rigor to literary history but further emphasized its hiolito, moral, and national dimension In the last chapter of his study, then, Maz- zoni moves toward the present epistemological situation, where he diagnoses the contemporary skepticism toward essentialist portrayals of cultural phenom- ena and historical epochs: Grant — Complete by Ulysses S.

There are writers whose lives have straddled some great social transformation, and who lived half in one historical period and half in another.

Obsolete Objects in the Literary Imagination: Its spatial orientation emerged in and characterized the latter volumes. American Literature as Arye Literatureclaim that American literature is transnational, something that is visible in the multi- culturalism of a presumed homogeneous American canon. Der Burger als Leser: The use of teleological principles in any historiographical model marks specific limits with regard to the standards of scientific objectivity deemed necessary in the natural sciences.

A comparative analysis of the approaches related to a systemic epistemology and their not very numerous historiographical applications shows the range of functions that each of these could fulfill.

Van Campen Over literatuur by M. The American Robert Darnton has comple- mented these elementary statistical studies with more intimate investigations, examining the internal effects on the mind and imagination of readers of the often exciting and emotional experience of reading a novel, from the eighteenth 37 century to today. The young duchess keeps most of hers in the book, which the Author explains via a parodic reference to the excess of authorial allusions made to foreign canonical texts, in this case T.


Eclchert, Kultur, Ziuilisation und Gesellschajt: This has led to the recogni- tion of a type of conceptual a priori in the thought of Bourdieu: It is also absolutely necessary to clarify the links between historiographi- cal discourses and specific identitary constructs.

Around the key concepts that I have laid out here there raged, through the course of the twentieth century, a long and intense debate, which eventually resulted in the calling into question of the very legitimacy of literary history. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Blackmore Het Leven der Dieren by A. Schmidt and developed by the NIKOL group, the various theories propagated by literary scholars, such as those devised by Jacques Dubois and Peter Uwe Hohendahl, and the various sociologically based paradigms that use the notions of system and field, with special importance given to the work of Pierre Bourdieu and his disciples.

Dargestellte Wirklichkeit in der abendldndischen Literatur Tubingen: Nao existe nem mesmo uma literatura brasileira com semelhangas de estrutura, estilo, caracterizagao, ou la 0 que seja. The vital point here is the incorporation of systemic categories that have been elided in historical re- search, such as production, consumption, institutions, market, and repertoire, and also the inclusion of intersystemic relations and transfers, with obvious repercussions in terms of the ideas of tradition, continuity, and territoriality, which constitute the foundations of the historiographical model that has been hegemonic since the nineteenth century.