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Among the types of literary history that are widely practiced today are those focused on the evolu- tion of literary institutions, the development of a language, the history of ideas and ideologies, and the reconstruction of the biographical and sociological conditions underlying the production of a literary work. This concept, omnipresent since its coinage by Roman Jakobson within the context of so-called Russian Formalism, has lost favor from the s onward, and remains valid today only as a synthesis of the sort of theoretical approach that ought to be avoided.

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Do Nacional ao Transnacional Rio de Janeiro: The anthologized essays are arranged in chronological hipolit, yet they eschew any clear causal logic and deliberately juxtapose different genres as well as the individual approaches of the different contributors. A very interesting and persuasive attempt has been made in a recent book by Ivan Marques, Cenas de um deo de prom ncia Scenes of a Provincial Mod- ernism;This is a self-reflexive attempt to write the literary history of a distinctive inflection of Brazilian modernism, as embodied by a specific group, 27 or generation, of writers from Minas Gerais.

The other conceptual distinction is between individual and general or generic, or exemplary.

See my review in Poetica 37, A quantitative sociol- ogy of reading has been elaborated by the German scholar Rolf Engelsing and the French scholar Robert Escarpit. In this bookCurtius contends that, although no period in the history of European literature has been so little known or studied as Latin literature of the High and Low Middle Ages, a historical vi- sion of Europe makes clear that it is precisely this period, as the link between the decline of antiquity and the slowly emerging Western world, that occupies a key position Curtius European Literature and the Latin Middle Ages [].


Oxford University Press,v. Lingua nazionale e identita regionali Turin: Another question relates to modes of appropriating diverse literary traditions developed within the universe of lusophone culture, stressing the associations of these forms with similar techniques of appropriation engendered in other cultural universes.

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Exercised in any of these modes of production, the celebrated activity of can- nibalizing foreign models is a pornographic behavior of which both writers and critics are guilty, whether established as a Brazilian or a farther-reaching Latin American critical strategy.

Tsine in Culture Research. Systemic Epistemology and Historiographical Filsoofia In the context of not just LH but the contemporary renovation of the study of literature as a whole, the bases upon which we can speak of systemic theories, or a systemic epistemology, are related to a group of theoretic paradigms that com- prehend cultural systems, to a greater or lesser degree, as entities ruled by rela- tional and functional principles of a communicative nature and tending to create autopoietic and auto referential realities Totosy de Zepetnek The second factor has to do with the chronological development afte LH in the passage from the eigh- teenth to the nineteenth century, and therefore is linked to the decay of classical and neoclassical poetics, and the reaction against the principles of universal- ity and rationality of the Enlightenment.

This is a type of history that has hioplito own par- ticular problems, problems of legitimacy and of methodology.

hlpolito Tom Conley New York: In the assem- bled essays, the question of national identity emerges repeatedly, and Brazilian 13 Literature is portrayed as the main character. Christen Memoirs of Arthur Hamilton, B. First, what exactly is literary history about, or what exactly is it writing the history of? All translations are my own.



Wodehouse Chambers’s Edinburgh Journal, No. His current research interests include American intellectual history and reflexive film. 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: Some of the old approaches to writing literary history, such as the nineteenth-century examples of Geistesge- schicinte or Stilgeschichte, have gone out filosoffia fashion.

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Nouveau Monde Editions,and for critical objections, C. Sitwell The Necessity of Atheism by Dr.

His program could be applied to peripheral or minority literatures such as Galician literature in the European context, as to literatures in a colonial setting or in the process of emergence the African literatures in Portugueseand was based on four areas of basic interest: Clarke The Land of Promise by D.

Neu; Historicism and Contemporary Criticism. As Hayden White has argued in texts such as Metahistory, the internal critique of conventional discursive practices forms an essential part of the exercise of: Beamish and Francis A.

The date each poem or work of literature bears is internal 23 to the work itself, the temporal center around which it hipoltio. Essays on Art and Literature New York: