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Research Areas. Kleist; Fontane and German Realism; Theory of Hermeneutics; theory of cultural institutions; history of Germanistik, including German exiles.Read More
A brilliant display of erudition, wit, and wisdom, his exploration of how great European writers from Homer to Virginia Woolf depicted reality has taught generations how to read Western literature. This new expanded edition includes a substantial essay in introduction by Edward Said as well as an essay, never before translated into English, in which Auerbach responds to his critics.Read More
ESSAYS ON EUROPEAN LITERATURE Kritische Essays zur europaischen Literatur E. R. CURTIUS translated by MICHAEL KOWAL These 24 essays, written over a period of nearly 30 years, range widely in time and scope and consider some of the greatest figures in Euro-pean literature, among them Virgil, Goethe, Balzac, Joyce, Eliot, Ortega y Gasset, and Hesse. Available together for the first time in.Read More
That same commitment to a single European literature founded on the heritages of Christianity and the Roman Empire, Moretti contends, also underpinned Ernest Robert Curtius’s European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages, a magnum opus published, not coincidentally, in 1948 as a shell-shocked continent that had been twice devastated within two generations emerged from the fire and brimstone.Read More
This research traces the steps of source criticism from the end of the 19th century and through the 20th century, paying special attention to Italian literature; it deals with texts by critics Pio Rajna, Renato Serra, Ernst Robert Curtius, Gian Biagio Conte, Ezio Raimondi and Giuseppe Velli. Keywords allusion, Conte, Curtius, imitatio, intertextuality, Kristeva, philology of sources.Read More
The emphasis throughout this chapter is on the relation of the life to the work—and both the life and the work to the broader context of 20th century European history. Gadamer emerged from the maelstrom of the 20th century not only as an original thinker, but as a great teacher who reached across cultural and ideological divides in an attempt to build shared understanding. His life provides.Read More
At this point Ernst Robert Curtius addresses the way in which medieval Latin transmits the ancient tradition to European literature, stressing, for example, the importance of Isidore of Seville.Read More
The buildings that surrounded the Roman forum included the lacus curtius (law court), tabernae veteres (old shops) and the basilica sempronia (one of the many temples). The space in the middle of the square was kept free from obstructions while a large number of monuments were placed at the plaza’s edges. The empty central space allowed theatre and gladiator battles to take place. Political.Read More
The buildings that surrounded the Roman forum included the lacus curtius (law court), tabernae veteres (old shops) and the basilica sempronia (one of the many temples). were raised walkways and the public could pay for positions to view such activities. The number of streets that entered the Roman forum was limited to avoid detracting from the sense of enclosure. Medieval Europe: town squares.Read More