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Críticas: -(...) 'Echoland' is a veritable tour de force covering quite a large area of literature from the Renaissance to the present; it is marked by an impressive surplus - academically as well as personally - most convincingly advocating for a global, non-biased, and transcultural study of literature. Its sceptical stance towards lofty, theoretical chimeras is often quite relieving; it is replaced by a genuine affection, not to say love, for literature, which is appreciated in its own right. The style is personal, witty, and exuberant; the book is indeed a pleasure to read. Finally, it is a priceless virtue of the book that it literally fuels one's desire to read (or reread) - a quality not often displayed in critical books these days - and helps one to appreciate the great, literary tradition inhabiting us (...).- (Benjamin Boysen, Orbis Litterarum)"

(...) 'Echoland' is a veritable tour de force covering quite a large area of literature from the Renaissance to the present; it is marked by an impressive surplus - academically as well as personally - most convincingly advocating for a global, non-biased, and transcultural study of literature. Its sceptical stance towards lofty, theoretical chimeras is often quite relieving; it is replaced by a genuine affection, not to say love, for literature, which is appreciated in its own right. The style is personal, witty, and exuberant; the book is indeed a pleasure to read. Finally, it is a priceless virtue of the book that it literally fuels ones desire to read (or reread) - a quality not often displayed in critical books these days - and helps one to appreciate the great, literary tradition inhabiting us (...). (Benjamin Boysen, Orbis Litterarum)

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Verlag: P.I.E. Apr 2006 (2006)
ISBN 10: 9052010307 ISBN 13: 9789052010304
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Buchbeschreibung P.I.E. Apr 2006, 2006. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 218x149x22 mm. Neuware - This book follows several major European literary «echoes» still reverberating since the mysterious emergence of such archetypal figures as Faust, Hamlet, Quixote, and Don Juan alongside lingering ancient and medieval protagonists in the Renaissance. Four centuries of attempts to redefine «modern» identity are traced against the evolution of a new genre of totalizing encyclopaedic literature, the «humoristic» tradition which re-weaves the positive and negative strands of the European, and today also New World, «grand narrative.» The book's method, inspired by Joyce, is to «listen» to recurrent motifs in the cultural flow from Humanism to Postmodernism for clues to an identity transcending the personal. 334 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9789052010304

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