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Literaturwissenschaftliches Schreiben zwischen Mimesis und Abstraktion. Von Jean Leclerc zu Peter Szondi und Roland Barthes


Zanetti, Sandro (2015). Literaturwissenschaftliches Schreiben zwischen Mimesis und Abstraktion. Von Jean Leclerc zu Peter Szondi und Roland Barthes. Internationales Archiv für Sozialgeschichte der deutschen Literatur, 40(2):348-373.

Abstract

Starting from an allegory in Jean Leclerc’s Ars critica (1697), the article investigates in which ways writing in literary studies can take place between the poles of mimesis and abstraction. The theoretical reflections are exemplified by two concrete writing projects: Peter Szondi’s work on the essay “Eden” (1971) and Roland Barthes’ work on the book S/Z (1968).

Abstract

Starting from an allegory in Jean Leclerc’s Ars critica (1697), the article investigates in which ways writing in literary studies can take place between the poles of mimesis and abstraction. The theoretical reflections are exemplified by two concrete writing projects: Peter Szondi’s work on the essay “Eden” (1971) and Roland Barthes’ work on the book S/Z (1968).

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Item Type:Journal Article, refereed, original work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > Institute of Romance Studies
Dewey Decimal Classification:800 Literature, rhetoric & criticism
470 Latin & Italic languages
410 Linguistics
440 French & related languages
460 Spanish & Portuguese languages
450 Italian, Romanian & related languages
Language:German
Date:2015
Deposited On:12 Jan 2016 16:41
Last Modified:31 Dec 2016 01:00
Publisher:De Gruyter
ISSN:0340-4528

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