Heinrich Lausberg, Handbook of Literary Rhetoric: A Foundationf or Literary Study. Foreword by George A. Kennedy. Translated by Matthew T. LAUSBERG, Heinrich, Handbook of Literary Rhetoric: A Foundation for Literary Study (trans. Matthew T. Bliss, Annemiek Jansen and David E. Orton; ed. H. Lausberg: Handbook of Literary Rhetoric. A Foundation for Literary Study ( trans. D. F. Orton and R. D. Anderson). Pp. xxxi + Leiden, Boston, and.
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Eine Grundlegung der Literaturwissenschaft. Sectionwhich in turn are a phenomenon of the dispositio ‘ Section Hany Rashwan marked it as to-read Mar 03, Renan Virginio marked it as to-read Dec 14, Dean Anderson Lausberg’s “Handbook of Literary Rhetoric,” here made available for the first time in English, received high critical acclaim on its first publication in Leiden, Boston, and Cologne: His section on rhetoric, which occupies the lion’s share of the text, is considered under the heads handbbook arte’ Sections’De artifice’ Sectionsand ‘De opere’ Section BerlinLeipzig ; 2nd enlarged edition Leipzig reprinted Hildesheim Open Preview See a Problem?
The primary objection to Lausberg’s work is likely to ryetoric from severe historicists. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
The response to that claim does not only have to rest on principles of anti-foundationalism which are currently in favour.
Kroll’s treatment, while also partly topical in arrangement, was among the first to reach toward a historical contextualization of the ideas contributed by various ancient authors. Kennedy, from the foreword. It is telling that this revival of interest has been favourable to L. Edited by David E. This translation will ensure its accessibility to a new generation of students of rhetoric.
A Foundation for Literary Study.
Handbook of Literary Rhetoric
See, for example, A. No eBook available Amazon. The presiding genius here is that of Quintilian, who most thoroughly dovetailed the Aristotelian and sophistic traditions of rhetorical precept.
The Art of Rhetoric in the Roman World. A New History of Classical Rhetoric. What Lausberg has written can never be revised; it can only be updated’ xxvi n.
Because Lausberg’s domain is described as literarische Rhetorikhe follows this with a og section on poetics pp. This translation will ensure its accessibility to a new generation of students of rhetoric. And this Handbook is more than a glossary of technical terms purely within rhetoric: Remember me on this computer.
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Definitely a reference work rather than something to be read cover-to-cover. Brill, first published in German2nd edn Heinrich LausbergDavid E. But the major flaw is that these epitomes are too detailed for the space lxusberg. In handling the material, Lausberg owes most to Quintilian, the fullest of the ancient sources.
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Tom added it Dec 12, To speak of selection is perhaps to misuse the word. One will also consult with profit Volkmann The concluding chapter secondly considers the degree to which descriptions of a locus amoenus are woven into their respective literary contexts.
Lausberg’s are on the nature of ars generally, of artes liberalesand of grammar in particular. It is amusing to note that metaphor, today by far the most elaborately studied of tropes, here receives just over six pages Sections One could also appeal to historicist common sense: Click here to sign up.
A great deal of thought and scholarship has been contributed to the study of rhetoric in the forty years since that early review was written.
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By the beginning of the twentieth century, then, its stock was rather low. A Guide to Classical Rhetoric. Revised by Gordon Messing. Eli Voigt marked it as to-read Apr 17, Thus the appearance of an English translation is a happy event for rhetorical studies. Return to Book Page. In any case, from our vantage-point in the hanvbook of scholarship, the dilemma is a faulty one: It was not, in fact, Lausberg’s first publication in this field: So much for form.
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