Mimesis: Dargestellte Wirklichkeit in der abendländischen Literatur

Mimesis: Dargestellte Wirklichkeit in der abendländischen LiteraturUna Storia Del Realismo Letterario Che Abbraccia Pi Epoche, Dagli Antichi Tempi Biblici E Omerici Sino Al Medioevo Cristiano, Al Rinascimento, Al Sei E Settecento E, Passando Attraverso Il Realismo Ottocentesco, Fino Agli Scrittori Del Novecento Un Capolavoro Della Critica Letteraria In Cui Auerbach Si Rivela Ancora Una Volta Uno Scrittore Impegnato Sugli Autori Pi Famosi E Sulle Opere Principali Della Civilt Europea Mimesis Un Indagine Condotta Sul Realismo Letterario, Dagli Antichi Tempi Biblici E Omerici Sino Al Medioevo Cristiano, Al Rinascimento, Al Sei E Settecento E Che Si Estende Quindi, Attraverso Il Nodo Centrale Del Realismo Moderno Ottocentesco, Fino Agli Scrittori Del Novecento, In Particolare Marcel Proust E Virginia Woolf L Autore Ha Inteso Accertare La Presenza E La Validit Della Teoria Classica Dei Livelli Di Stile Nella Rappresentazione Letteraria, Pervenendo A Una Storia Del Realismo Per Mezzo Di Una Metodologia Stilistica Nato Cos Un Capolavoro Della Critica Letteraria In Cui Si Pu Cogliere All Opera L Acutezza Di Uno Studioso Che Si Rivela Anche Scrittore Impegnato Sugli Autori Pi Famosi E Sulle Opere Principali Della Civilt Europea.Sommario Saggio Introduttivo Di Aurelio RoncagliaVolume Primo I La Cicatrice D Ulisse II Fortunata III L Arresto Di Pietro Valvomeres IV Sichario E Cramnesindo V La Nomina Di Orlando A Capo Della Retroguardia Nell Esercito Franco VI La Partenza Del Cavaliere Cortese VII Adamo Ed Eva VIII Farinata E Cavalcante IX Frate Alberto X Madame Du Chastel Volume Secondo I II Mondo Nella Bocca Di Pantagruele Il L Humaine Condition III Ll Principe Stanco IV Dulcinea Incantata V L Ipocrita VI La Cena Interrotta VII Miller Il Musicista VIII All Hotel De La Mole IX Germinie Lacerteux X Il Calzerotto Marrone Conclusione Indice Analitico.

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  • 635 pages
  • Mimesis: Dargestellte Wirklichkeit in der abendländischen Literatur
  • Erich Auerbach
  • Italian
  • 25 March 2018
  • 9788806154417

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  1. says:

    Mimesis is an astonishing look at the history of Western literature, remarkable not only for its discussion of nearly everything between the Odyssey and Proust, but also how he has something original to say about all of these.All of these essays would work on their own, and be respected pieces in their fields The first chapter, Odysseus scar, is still used by classicists today Each chapter benefits from close readings of the texts, and extensive quotations in the original language But the whole is greater than the parts, and Auerbach s broader goal is the representation of reality in literature, as well as the recognition of historical context.Auerbach begins his long project with a comparison of sections of The Odyssey and a The New Testament Both are tremendously influential on Western literature, of course, but Auerbach asserts that the Odyssey is direct about listing facts in the narrative, and the religious narratives have omissions to heighten the sense of mystery and suspense.From there we go forth through the later Romans, the medieval romances and passion plays, courtly romance, Montaigne s essays and the role of the author, Don Quixote, the 19th centur...

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    Maybe the most impressive work of literary criticism ever written, not least because of the circumstances under which it was composed Auerbach, a German philologist fired by the Nazis for being a Jew, in exile in an Istanbul library as European civiliza...

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    Fleeing the Nazis in 1935, the noted German philologist and scholar of comparative literature and criticism Erick Auerbach settled in Istanbul where, without access to his extensive library, he wrote Mimesis The Representation of Reality in Western Literature, a prime example of what subsequent scholars have come to call historicism This is an amazing book, as fascinating as it is dense, as provocative in its ideas as it is impressive For the interested reader I would suggest beginning with Auerbach s four page Epilogue, rereading it at the end I wish I had done so it would have clarified Auerbach s argument for me at the onset and helped me avoid floundering with definitions and connotations especially of reality for the first one hundred pages or so.Auerbach proceeds chronologically, starting with Homeric and Hebraic literature and continuing through the modernist novels of Woolf, Proust, and Joyce Throughout the book he strives to follow the process by which literature became progressively realistic, by which he means that it deals in a serious way with the day to day life of ordinary people After his initial Homeric Hebraic chapter he moves on to early Christian religion philosophy and its writings before tackling the works of Roman authors during the early and middle parts of the first millennium CE He moves on to medieval epics from France and Germany, touching upon Fre...

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    I read this in a reading discussion group with Dr Richard Stivers, Dr James Van Der Laan, Rochelle Stivers, and Brian Simpson while in Normal at ISU and finished 18 months after moving to Urbana.We read a chapter a month basically and also read whichever book went along with that chapter I am not sure when we started bu...

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    This thing blew my mind.

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    MimesisBy Erich Auerbach 1892 1957 Auerbach was a German philologue, literature critic and author of the German Romantic tradition Mimesis or by the subtitle Imitation of Reality in Western Literature is a work of Philological analysis of selected chapters of outstanding works of literature since the beginning of records.Instead of providing a definition to explain his aim, the author takes the reader to comparisons of historical and linguistic aspects By Homer in the Odyssey the return of Ulysses to Penelope The Old Testament by early Hebraic authors God s test of Abraham s faith Petronius s Satyricon Ammianus Marcellinus report of the arrestation of Petrus Volvomeres Gr goire de Tours Histoire des Francs Rolands Song how he was appointed to lead the rearguard of the French army Chretien de Troyes Yvain, the story of one of King Arthurs knights Adam, a mystery Christmas play of the 12th century, by anonymous Dante Alighieri s Devine Comedy, Farinata and Cavalcante Boccaccio s Decameron, Frate Alberto Antoine de la Sale s Madame du Chastel Rabelais Pantagruel Montaigne s Essais, the Human condition Shakespeare s Henry IV., the tired Prince Cervantes Don Quijote Dulcinea bewitched La Bruyere s Caracteres The Hypocrite Abb Prevost s Manon Lescaut...

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    MimesisBy Erich Auerbach 1892 1957 Auerbach was a German philologue, literature critic and author of the German Romantic tradition Mimesis or by the subtitle Imitation of Reality in Western Literature is a work of Philological analysis of selected chapters of outstanding works of literature since the beginning of records.Instead of providing a definition to explain his aim, the author takes the reader to comparisons of historical and linguistic aspects By Homer in the Odyssey the return of Ulysses to Penelope The Old Testament by early Hebraic authors God s test of Abraham s faith Petronius s Satyricon Ammianus Marcellinus report of the arrestation of Petrus Volvomeres Gr goire de Tours Histoire des Francs Rolands Song how he was appointed to lead the rearguard of the French army Chretien de Troyes Yvain, the story of one of King Arthurs knights Adam, a mystery Christmas play of the 12th century, by anonymous Dante Alighieri s Devine Comedy, Farinata and Cavalcante Boccaccio s Decameron, Frate Alberto A...

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    Studying the progressive combination of tragic seriousness with the everyday.Odysseus Scar We are ever foregrounded in the present No such thing as flashbacks in the characters minds the narrator leaves aside the present narrative to tell a past narrative It is not therefore a multi layered telling as is common in modern fiction but a simple movement on a linear surface line progressive awareness of social strata, the backgrounded figural meaning, etc Farinate and Cavalcante With Dante comes the vernacular A mediation between elevated epic language and dialogic voices whose individual personalities lives exist in preserved vividness even in the afterlife.Frate Alberto With Boccaccio comes the exaggeration of that visceral individuality, the primacy of sensory experience and depiction The World in Pantagruel s Mouth Rabelais reflection of our world provided by the depiction and commentary of a superior world, which is functionally identical except for the fact that it is aware of ours while ours is ignorant of it.L Humaine Condition Montaigne s conflation unity of author and book Idiosyncrasy justified by a changing self reacting to a changing reality The human condition is contained within the lowest human being and not abst...

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    This book is encompassing and mind bending in that specifically unique way that will make some people revere it like a religious text and will drive other people absolutely nuts As you can see from all the stars I threw at it in my rating, I lean towards the former camp I can very much understand why how someone would wind up disagreeing with Auerbach s thesis and even so with his methodology in getting there , but at the same time this book has such an open, ambitious, and kind of lovely approach to literature that I couldn t help but falling in love with it a little And I honestly do believe that reading it will make you a better reader and a better writer.Auerbach s main theme is the issue of how reality is represented in literature, particularly how a relatively strict separation of styles and classes gave way in slips and bursts towards a modern sense of realism in which everyday accidentals could be imbued with tragic weight He traces the main impetus behind this trend to Christianity, particularly the manner in which the story of Christ broke down traditional literary barriers by allotting tragic weight and grand importance to people who were frequently from the lowest classes of society Th...

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    Autore tedesco 1892 1957 Saggio critica letteraria Edizione PBE del 1975.E uno di quei testi che annullano il concetto di tempo relativo.Dimostra che certi scritti sono legati solo al tempo giovane Il tempo maturo ha pi riferimenti, informazioni, ma perde in elasticit e concentrazione.E non dipende dal punto di vista in cui mi colloco L oggettivit una fregatura.Ogni tan...

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