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001    ocm32469363 
003    OCoLC 
005    20201101205603.0 
008    950420s1996    cau      b    001 0 eng   
010    95010992 
020    0804725454 
020    9780804725453 
035    (OCoLC)32469363|z(OCoLC)1001113477|z(OCoLC)1167108529 
050 00 P85.A87|bL58 1996 
082 00 809/.912|220 
245 00 Literary history and the challenge of philology :|bthe 
       legacy of Erich Auerbach /|cedited by Seth Lerer 
264    Stanford, Calif. :|bStanford University Press,|c1996 
300    xii, 301 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Figurae 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-298) and 
505 0  Introduction / Seth Lerer -- "Pathos of the Earthly 
       Progress": Erich Auerbach's Everydays / Hans Ulrich 
       Gumbrecht -- Auerbach's "Hidden" Theory of History / Claus
       Uhlig -- Auerbach and Literary History / Luiz Costa-Lima -
       - Philology in Auerbach's Drama of (Literary) History / 
       Stephen G. Nichols -- Philology and Collaboration: The 
       Case of Adam and Eve / Seth Lerer -- Medieval Vernaculars 
       and the Myth of Monoglossia: A Conspiracy of Linguistics 
       and Philology / Suzanne Fleischman -- Figura, Allegory, 
       and the Question of History / Jesse M. Gellrich -- 
       Auerbach's Literary History: Figural Causation and 
       Modernist Historicism / Hayden White -- Literary Realism 
       in the Later Ancient Period / Brian Stock -- The Ideology 
       of Periodization: Mimesis 10 and the Late Medieval 
       Aesthetic / Kevin Brownlee -- Auerbach's Performance and 
       the American Academy, or How New Haven Stole the Idea of 
       Mimesis / Carl Landauer -- On the Reception of Mimesis / 
       Herbert Lindenberger -- Erich Auerbach and the "Inner 
       Dream" of Transcendence / Geoffrey Green -- Literature as 
       Language: Auerbach, Spitzer, Jakobson / Thomas R. Hart 
520 1  "A century after his birth and fifty years after the 
       composition of his powerfully influential Mimesis, Erich 
       Auerbach is still a touchstone for contemporary academic 
       debates on the place of historical criticism in the 
       construction of literary theory, on the relations between 
       intellectual activity and political action, and on the 
       function of the critic in recording - or effecting - 
       social change." "These fourteen essays draw on new 
       biographical information and recent developments in 
       literary theory and cultural studies to reinterpret 
       Auerbach's work, both in the social and historical 
       contexts of its author's life - a Jew in 1930's Germany, 
       an academic exile in Turkey, and, later, an intellectual 
       emigre in America - and in its current institutional 
       context." "But this is more than a volume on the writings 
       of a single critic. Taken together, the essays challenge 
       and critique some of the most vital issues in contemporary
       humanistic study: for example, the place of philology in 
       the curriculum, the institutional history of literature 
       departments, the status of the Western canon, and the 
       concept of periodization in literary history. These 
       contributions illustrate how a career in scholarship - 
       whether Auerbach's or anyone else's - is one of constant 
       renegotiations of the scholar's pact with the past and of 
       the responsibilities owed to a politically charged 
600 10 Auerbach, Erich,|d1892-1957 
650  0 Philology 
650  0 Literature|xHistory and criticism|xTheory, etc 
650  0 Language and history 
650  0 Literature and history 
700 1  Lerer, Seth,|d1955- 
830  0 Figurae (Stanford, Calif.) 
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