Texts, Transmissions, Receptions. Modern Approaches to Narratives
Leiden : Brill
Radboud Studies in Humanities ; 1
Number of pages
xiv, 316 p.
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Griekse en Latijnse Taal en Cultuur (t/m 2018)
Algemene Cultuurwetenschappen (ACW)
Communicatie- en informatiewetenschappen
Philosophy and Science Studies
Leerstoel Geschiedenis van de filosofie
SubjectRadboud Studies in Humanities; Center for History of Philosophy and Science (CHPS); Europe and its Worlds after 1800; Europe and its Worlds before 1800; European Literary History
The papers collected in this volume study the function and meaning of narrative texts from a variety of perspectives. The word 'text' is used here in the broadest sense of the term: it denotes literary books, but also oral tales, speeches, newspaper articles and comics. One of the purposes of this volume is to discover what these different texts have in common. The texts are approached from four main perspectives: New Philology, Linguistics, Iconography and Reception studies. Contributors come from diverse disciplines, such as Classical Studies, Medieval Studies, English literature, Philosophy, Religious Studies, Cultural Studies, Art History, Linguistics, and Communication and Information Studies, all united in a common purpose to understand the workings of narrative texts.
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