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Literary Language & Its Public in Late Latin Antiquity and in The Middle Ages. Translated from the German by R. Manheim. First Princeton Paperback Printing, with a new forewrod by J. Ziolkowsky. - AUERBACH, E.,
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Literary Language & Its Public in Late Latin Antiquity and in The Middle Ages. Translated from the German by R. Manheim. First Princeton Paperback Printing, with a new forewrod by J. Ziolkowsky. - pocketboek

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[EAN: 9780691024684], [SC: 14.65], Language Study|Latin, Literary Criticism|Ancient & Classical, Literary Criticism|Books & Reading, Literary Criticism|European|General, Literary Criticism|General, Literary Criticism|Medieval, Princeton University Press, n.p, 1993. XXXIX,407p. Paperback. Series: Princeton Bollingen Series LXXIV. Nice copy. 'To the late Erich Auerbach we owe some of the most stimulating and far reaching literary inquiry of our century. Many passages especially in his book 'Mimesis' show how meticulous stylistic analysis of a specimen text can lead into wider questions about the human sources of style, in which in turn can often illuminate a whole mode of imaginative perception and expression. Shortly before his death Auerbach brought together four long essays that he saw as 'a supplement to 'Mimesis', and which have now appeared in English in the present volume. These essays raise a wealth of fascinating problems; each has a wide and adventurous sweep. (.) Here the generalized inferences go too far beyond the texts on which the author has concentrated, and the texts themselves do not offer a wide enough spectrum of the period, style, genre, or sensibility discussed to shoulder the constructions placed upon them. (.).' The first essay uses Book IV if Augustine's 'De Doctrina Christiana' to elucidate the concept 'homo humilis', which Auerbach would see as the hallmark of Christian literary style in the early centuries. He distinguishes sharply between the 'basic assumptions' about style of Augustine and Cicero. (.) The essay concludes with discussion of a passage form the 'Passio' of Perpetua. (.) His comments on the text are sensitive, yet again the inference he draws seems to me misleading. (.). The second essay points the development of Latin prose in the early Middle Ages by discussion of characteristic passages form Caesarius of Arles, Gregory of Tours, Gregory the Great, Einhard, Rather, Liutprand, Gerbert, and others. There are many illuminating particular insights (.). The next essay, on the 'rebirth of the sublime', begins with a revealing comparison of the arrival of Camilla as it is treated in Vergil and in the Old French 'Enéas, and concludes with another - Dante's evocation of the 'messo del cielo (Inf. IX 64 ff.) is juxtaposed to Homer's of Poseidon (Il. XIII 18 ff., as cited by Longinus), with an admirable discussion of what constitutes the sublime in each. (.). In the last part of the book, 'The Western Public and its Language', the author shows in detail how in the period between the end of the Roman world and the time when vernacular literature came to be frequently written down Europe lacked that sizeable educated minority which constituted a 'literary public' in antiquity and again from the Renaissance.' (PETER DRONKE in The Classical Review (New Series), 1966, pp.362-63). From the library of Prof. Carl Deroux. Antiquarian, [PU: Princeton University Press]

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Literary Language & Its Public in Late Latin Antiquity and in The Middle Ages. Translated from the German by R. Manheim. First Princeton Paperback Printing, with a new forewrod by J. Ziolkowsky. - AUERBACH, E.,
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Literary Language & Its Public in Late Latin Antiquity and in The Middle Ages. Translated from the German by R. Manheim. First Princeton Paperback Printing, with a new forewrod by J. Ziolkowsky. - pocketboek

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Princeton University Press, n.p, 1993. XXXIX,407p. Paperback. Series: Princeton Bollingen Series LXXIV. Nice copy. `To the late Erich Auerbach we owe some of the most stimulating and far reaching literary inquiry of our century. Many passages especially in his book `Mimesis` show how meticulous stylistic analysis of a specimen text can lead into wider questions about the human sources of style, in which in turn can often illuminate a whole mode of imaginative perception and expression. Shortly before his death Auerbach brought together four long essays that he saw as `a supplement to `Mimesis`, and which have now appeared in English in the present volume. These essays raise a wealth of fascinating problems; each has a wide and adventurous sweep. (...) Here the generalized inferences go too far beyond the texts on which the author has concentrated, and the texts themselves do not offer a wide enough spectrum of the period, style, genre, or sensibility discussed to shoulder the constructions placed upon them. (...).` The first essay uses Book IV if Augustine`s `De Doctrina Christiana` to elucidate the concept `homo humilis`, which Auerbach would see as the hallmark of Christian literary style in the early centuries. He distinguishes sharply between the `basic assumptions` about style of Augustine and Cicero. (...) The essay concludes with discussion of a passage form the `Passio` of Perpetua. (...) His comments on the text are sensitive, yet again the inference he draws seems to me misleading. (...). The second essay points the development of Latin prose in the early Middle Ages by discussion of characteristic passages form Caesarius of Arles, Gregory of Tours, Gregory the Great, Einhard, Rather, Liutprand, Gerbert, and others. There are many illuminating particular insights (...). The next essay, on the `rebirth of the sublime`, begins with a revealing comparison of the arrival of Camilla as it is treated in Vergil and in the Old French `Enéas, and concludes with another - Dante`s evocation of the `messo del cielo (Inf. IX 64 ff.) is juxtaposed to Homer`s of Poseidon (Il. XIII 18 ff., as cited by Longinus), with an admirable discussion of what constitutes the sublime in each. (...). In the last part of the book, `The Western Public and its Language`, the author shows in detail how in the period between the end of the Roman world and the time when vernacular literature came to be frequently written down Europe lacked that sizeable educated minority which constituted a `literary public` in antiquity and again from the Renaissance.` (PETER DRONKE in The Classical Review (New Series), 1966, pp.362-63). From the library of Prof. Carl Deroux. Versand D: 10,00 EUR, [PU: Princeton University Press]

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Literary Language & Its Public in Late Latin Antiquity and in the Middle Ages
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In this, his final book, Erich Auerbach writes, "My purpose is always to write history." Tracing the transformations of classical Latin rhetoric from late antiquity to the modern era, he explores major concerns raised in his "Mimesis" the historical and social contexts in which writings were received, and issues of aesthetics, semantics, stylistics, and sociology that anticipate the concerns of the new historicism.

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