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Problems of literary theory [electronic resource] / edited by John Odmark.

Publication:
Amsterdam : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 1979.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (477 p.)
Series:
Linguistic & literary studies in Eastern Europe ; v. 1.
Linguistic & literary studies in Eastern Europe ; v. 1
Language, literature & meaning ; 1
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Subjects:
Philology.
Aesthetics.
Semiotics.
Literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
LANGUAGE, LITERATURE & MEANING I: PROBLEMS OF LITERARY THEORY; Editorial page; Title page; Copyright page; PREFACE; Acknowledgements; Table of contents; JAN MUKAŘOVSKÝ: THE BEGINNINGS OF STRUCTURAL AND SEMIOTIC AESTHETICS; REFERENCES; THE AXES OF POETIC LANGUAGE; PRAGUE STRUCTURALISM
A BRANCH OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL MOVEMENT; 1. Three Phenomenological Trends; 2. The Role of the Subjective Attitude in Structuralism; 3. The Linguistic Constitution of the World; 4. On ""The Primal Sense of Antithetical Words""; REFERENCES; LANGUAGE AS PROCESS: SERGEJ KARCEVSKIJ'S SEMIOTICS OF LANGUAGE
THE WORK OF LITERATURE AND IDEOLOGYZUR TYPOLOGIE DER ÄSTHETISCHEN UND KÜNSTLERISCHEN RICHTUNGEN; THE PROBLEM OF STYLE FROM THE STANDPOINT OF GENERAL THEORY OF ART; I. Formulation of the Problem; II. The Problem of Style in the Histories of Art and Literature; III. The Theoretical Premises of the Semantic Conception of Style; IV. Style as a Specific Factor of the Higher Semantic Synthesis of a Work; V. Typologies of Styles; THE LUKÁCSIAN CONCEPT OF POETRY; NACH DEM STRUKTURALISMUS; 1. Strukturalismus und Neostrukturalismus; 2. Die Geschichtlichkeit des Marxismus
3. Die Geschichtlichkeit der marxistischen Literaturwissenschaft4. Ausblick; ON CONCRETIZATION; εποχη,́ ARTISTIC ANALYSIS, AESTHETIC CONCRETIZATION : REFLECTION UPON ROMAN INGARDEN'S REFLECTIONS; 1. είτοχη ́as the Central Prerequisite of Phenomenological reflection.; 2. Ingarden's notion of επ́οχη.́; 3. Applicability of επ́οχη ́to the Cognition of Literary Art.; 4. ετ́χοχη ́as a Sustaining System of Control.; 5 . ετ́ιοχη ́and the Totality of Mind.; ROMAN INGARDEN: ONTOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS FOR LITERARY THEORY; 1. Introduction; 2. The Ontology of Fiction.; 3. Ontological and Epistemological Incompleteness
4. The Double Structure of the Objects of Fiction5. Ontological and Epistemological Nodality: the Nature of the Objects of Fiction; ROMAN INGARDEN AND LITERARY GENRES
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contributor:
Odmark, John.
ISBN:
1-283-32895-X
9786613328953
90-272-8119-X
OCLC:
762098175