F nelon s Abenteuer des Tele mach Eine literarhistorische Skizze

F  nelon s Abenteuer des Tele mach  Eine literarhistorische Skizze Author
ISBN-10 BL:A0018200256
Release 1870
Pages 36
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F nelon s Abenteuer des Tele mach Eine literarhistorische Skizze has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from F nelon s Abenteuer des Tele mach Eine literarhistorische Skizze also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full F nelon s Abenteuer des Tele mach Eine literarhistorische Skizze book for free.



Para Narratives in the Odyssey

Para Narratives in the Odyssey Author Maureen Alden
ISBN-10 9780199291069
Release 2017-09-21
Pages 416
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Readers coming to the Odyssey for the first time are often dazzled and bewildered by the wealth of material it contains which is seemingly unrelated to the central story: the main plot of Odysseus' return to Ithaca is complicated by myriad secondary narratives related by the poet and his characters, including Odysseus' own fantastic tales of Lotus Eaters, Sirens, and cannibal giants. Although these 'para-narratives' are a source of pleasure and entertainment in their own right, each also has a special relevance to its immediate context, elucidating Odysseus' predicament and also subtly influencing and guiding the audience's reception of the main story. By exploring variations on the basic story-shape, drawing on familiar tales, anecdotes, and mythology, or inserting analogous situations, they create illuminating parallels to the main narrative and prompt specific responses in readers or listeners. This is the case even when details are suppressed or altered, as the audience may still experience the reverberations of the better-known version of the tradition, and it also applies to the characters themselves, who are often provided with a model of action for imitation or avoidance in their immediate contexts.



Hermeneutics and Science

Hermeneutics and Science Author Márta Fehér
ISBN-10 0792357981
Release 1999-09-30
Pages 377
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Proceedings of the First Conference of the International Society for Hermeneutics and Science



S ddeutsche Zeitung eBibliothek Die Abenteuerromane

S  ddeutsche Zeitung eBibliothek  Die Abenteuerromane Author Christoph Ransmayr
ISBN-10 9783864972294
Release 2015-01-07
Pages 1852
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Fünf große Abenteuerromane der Weltliteratur. Ein Pakt mit dem Teufel – 5 Romane über Helden und Abenteuer: Christoph Ransmayr. Die Schrecken des Eises und der Finsternis: Ransmayrs packender Roman erzählt das Schicksal der österreichisch-ungarischen Nordpolexpedition von 1872. Leo Perutz. Die dritte Kugel: Die berührende Geschichte der spanischen Eroberung des Aztekenreichs. Michael Ondaatje. Katzentisch: Ein Gleichnis für das wahre, wilde Leben: Eine Seereise von Sri Lanka nach England in den 1950ern. Joseph Conrad. Nostromo: Ein komplexer politischer Roman über Imperialismus und koloniale Ausbeutung. Frans G. Bengtsson. Die Abenteuer des Röde Orm: Ein spannendes, historisch genaues und humorvolles Sittengemälde aus der Zeit der Wikinger. Christoph Ransmayr. Die Schrecken des Eises und der Finsternis. Nach einer mehr als einjährigen Drift durch alle Schrecken des Eises und der Finsternis entdeckt die von Skorbut geplagte Mannschaft der Payer-Weyprecht-Expedition zum Nordpol eine unter Gletschern begrabene Inselgruppe am Rande der Welt. Parallel zum Drama der historischen Expedition erzählt Ransmayr die Geschichte des jungen Italieners Mazzini. Von der Expedition fasziniert, bricht Mazzini mehr als 100 Jahre später selbst ins Eismeer auf, um die Entdeckung jener Inselgruppe nachzuvollziehen. Mazzini verliert sich jedoch in den Gletscherlandschaften Spitzbergens. Leo Perutz. Die dritte Kugel. Es ist das Jahr 1547, und die Spanier kämpfen unter General Cortez erbittert um die Eroberung des Aztekenreichs. Mittendrin steckt Graf Grumbach, der noch vor Cortez mit seinen Truppen nach Amerika aufgebrochen ist, und sich dort in die schöne Indianerin Dalila verliebt. In faszinierenden Bildern schildert Perutz die Zerstörung einer grausamen Welt durch eine noch grausamere und das Schicksal des Grafen, der inmitten des Grauens sein Gedächtnis verliert. Michael Ondaatje. Katzentisch. Drei Kinder, zu Beginn der 1950er-Jahre, auf einer Seereise von Sri Lanka nach England. Drei Wochen auf See – eine einmalige Gelegenheit für die drei, die zusammengewürfelte Gruppe Erwachsener wie unter einem Brennglas zu beobachten: den Pianisten, den todkranken Millionär, den Schiffsabwracker, den stehlenden Baron, den Botaniker, den geheimnisumwitterten Gefangenen. Michael Ondaatje zeichnet seine Figuren mit viel Witz und Menschenliebe. Der Mikrokosmos auf dem Meeresschloss gerät so zur Metapher für das Leben selbst. Joseph Conrad. Nostromo. Handlungsort ist der fiktive südamerikanische Staat Costaguana, der für das Klischee eines südamerikanischen Staates steht, in dem Bürgerkriege und Diktaturen ständig wechseln. Eine ertragreiche Silbermine zieht europäische Investoren an, deren moderner Industriekapitalismus alle Beteiligten korrumpiert – von der spanischen Oberschicht über die Einwanderer bis zu den verarmten Minenarbeitern. Für den Italiener Nostromo, Titelheld des Romans, bietet die Vielzahl der politischen und wirtschaftlichen Konflikte jedoch die Chance, zu Macht und Wohlstand zu gelangen. Frans G. Bengtsson. Die Abenteuer des Röde Orm. Orm, Mutters Jüngster, ein wenig verzärtelt, wird von plündernden Nachbar-Wikingern verschleppt. Das Schiff, auf dem die Nordmänner zu ihrem alljährlichen Raubzug gen Spanien fahren, kapern die Mauren. Leider sehen sich die Wikinger eines Tages genötigt, einen ihrer maurischen Widersacher zu erschlagen, und müssen deshalb – nicht ohne ihre aufrichtigen Entschuldigungen an den Kalifen von Córdoba zu richten – fliehen. Zeitlich in der zweiten Hälfte des 10. Jahrhunderts angesiedelt, gelingt Bengtsson ein spannendes, historisch genaues und humorvolles Sittengemälde aus der Zeit der Wikinger.



Dialectic of Love

Dialectic of Love Author David Pugh
ISBN-10 0773510206
Release 1997-03-05
Pages 432
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Dialectic of Love analyses the arguments of Schiller's major writings on aesthetics and argues that his philosophical thought, theories, and concepts are characteristic of the Platonic tradition. Schiller's conception of beauty is seen as synthesis, the sublime as separation. Pugh connects these concepts to Aristotle's critique of Plato's theory of ideas, in which Aristotle points out an aporia of chorismos (separation) and methexis (participation). In Schiller's thought, Pugh argues, beauty and the sublime operate primarily as metaphysical relations of methexis and chorismos and only secondarily as aesthetic concepts. While Schiller, Pugh reveals, is not very well suited for the role of champion of the Enlightenment, he remains a crucial figure in the transmission of the Platonic tradition to modern idealism and in the application of the Platonic metaphysical heritage to nineteenth-century aesthetics.



Aesthetic Experiences and Classical Antiquity

Aesthetic Experiences and Classical Antiquity Author Jonas Grethlein
ISBN-10 9781107192652
Release 2017-10-31
Pages 336
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This book investigates the nature of aesthetic experience with the help of ancient material, exploring our responses to both narratives and images.



Fascism Aviation and Mythical Modernity

Fascism  Aviation and Mythical Modernity Author Fernando Esposito
ISBN-10 9781137362995
Release 2015-09-29
Pages 419
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Flying and the pilot were significant metaphors of fascism's mythical modernity. Fernando Esposito traces the changing meanings of these highly charged symbols from the air show in Brescia, to the sky above the trenches of the First World War to the violent ideological clashes of the interwar period.



Fiction on the Fringe

Fiction on the Fringe Author Grammatiki A. Karla
ISBN-10 9789004175471
Release 2009
Pages 194
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This collection of essays offers a comprehensive examination of texts that traditionally have been excluded from the main corpus of the ancient Greek novel and confined to the margins of the genre, such as the Life of Aesop, the Life of Alexander the Great, and the Acts of the Christian Martyrs. Through comparison and contrast, intertextual analysis and close examination, the boundaries of the dichotomy between the fringe vs. the canonical or erotic novel are explored, and so the generic identity of the texts in each group is more clearly outlined. The collective outcome brings the fringe from the periphery of scholarly research to the centre of critical attention, and provides methodological tools for the exploration of other fringe texts.



Boundaries of the Ancient Near Eastern World

Boundaries of the Ancient Near Eastern World Author Cyrus Herzl Gordon
ISBN-10 1850758719
Release 1998
Pages 576
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For over threescore years Cyrus H. Gordon's scholarship and teaching have provided new directions to the study of the ancient Near East. This collection of 34 essays in honour of his 90th birthday, edited by three of his former pupils, celebrates his fascinating and remarkable achievements and reflects his broad command of ancient studies. The global impact of his research can be seen from the geographical dispersion of the outstanding scholars who have written here on the following topics: archaeology, Bible studies, Ugaritic, Aramaic, Arabic, Egypto-Semitic, the cuneiform world, Indo-European, Samaritan, the Graeco-Roman world, mediaeval studies. The inclusion of a complete bibliography of Gordon's works is of singular value.



Homer

Homer Author R. B. Rutherford
ISBN-10 0199222096
Release 1996-05-09
Pages 116
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A concise yet detailed account of the state of criticism of the two great epics ascribed to Homer, the Iliad and the Odyssey.



Epea Pteroenta

Epea Pteroenta Author Michael Reichel
ISBN-10 3515079807
Release 2002
Pages 246
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Die Beitrage dieses Sammelbandes reprasentieren ein breites Spektrum von Themen und methodischen Ansatzen der aktuellen Homerforschung: Sprachwissenschaft, Mythengeschichte, Narratologie, Intertextualitatsforschung, Gender Studies, Oral-Poetry-Forschung, alexandrinische Homerphilologie, Homer-Allegorese, Homer-Rezeption (in der griechischen Tragodie, im antiken Roman, in der Dichtung der Renaissance etc.).



Narratology and Interpretation

Narratology and Interpretation Author Jonas Grethlein
ISBN-10 9783110214536
Release 2009-08-17
Pages 637
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The categories of classical narratology have been successfully applied to ancient texts in the last two decades, but in the meantime narratological theory has moved on. In accordance with these developments, Narratology and Interpretation draws out the subtler possibilities of narratological analysis for the interpretation of ancient texts. The articles make a contribution to the theory of narrative as well as to our understanding of ancient literature including epic, lyric, tragedy and historiography.



Harvard Studies in Classical Philology

Harvard Studies in Classical Philology Author Harvard University
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105007283992
Release 1958
Pages 536
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Harvard Studies in Classical Philology has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Harvard Studies in Classical Philology also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Harvard Studies in Classical Philology book for free.



Brill s Companion to Greek and Latin Epyllion and Its Reception

Brill   s Companion to Greek and Latin Epyllion and Its Reception Author Manuel Baumbach
ISBN-10 9789004214323
Release 2012-10-12
Pages 666
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This book offers a critical re-examination of some important (and some lesser known) texts which are commonly labelled 'epyllia' in classical scholarship. It traces the history of the generic term 'epyllion' and sketches the literary and scholarly reception of these texts.



Sinn und Form

Sinn und Form Author Stephen R. Parker
ISBN-10 9783110217858
Release 2009
Pages 396
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This extensive history of the legendary literary journal, Sinn und Form, also offers the first systematic analysis of this key type of cultural institution. The study is organised in seven anatomical categories: founding conception; cultural-political context; institutional infrastructure; role of editors; networks of contributors; text and composition; readership and reception. Informed by Bourdieu s sociology of culture, this typology opens the way for comparative research into the function of literary journals, integrating sociological and literary approaches. "



Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

Catalog of Copyright Entries  Third Series Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105011809188
Release 1958
Pages 1806
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Includes Part 1, Number 1 & 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - December)



The Oxford History of World Cinema

The Oxford History of World Cinema Author Geoffrey Nowell-Smith
ISBN-10 9780198742425
Release 1997
Pages 824
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Featuring nearly three thousand film stills, production shots, and other illustrations, an authoritative history of the cinema traces the development of the medium, its filmmakers and stars, and the evolution of national cinemas around the world