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Through the lens of the reader : [electronic resource] explorations of European narrative / Lilian R. Furst.

By: Furst, Lilian R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: SUNY series, margins of literature: Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, c1992Description: ix, 186 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0791408078 (CH : acid-free); 9780791408070 (CH : acid-free); 0791408086 (PB : acid-free); 9780791408087 (PB : acid-free).Subject(s): European fiction -- History and criticism | Narration (Rhetoric) | Reader-response criticism | Books and reading -- Europe | Reader-response criticism | Verteltheorie | Geschichte (1786-1920) | Prosa | Leser | EuropaDDC classification: 809.3/0094 Other classification: 17.86 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
I. Images through the lens -- Goethe's Italienische Reise in its European context -- "Paris change!" perception and narration -- Reading "nasty" great books -- II. Kleist: "through green spectacles" -- Assent and resistance in Die Marquise von O--and Der Tod in Venedig -- Through multiple lenses: ironies in Kleist's Die Marquise von O-- -- Reading Kleist and Kafka -- III. Mirror images? -- Realism and its "code of accreditation" -- The game of the name -- Not so long ago: historical allusion in realist fiction -- Rereading Buddenbrooks.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-182) and index.

I. Images through the lens -- Goethe's Italienische Reise in its European context -- "Paris change!" perception and narration -- Reading "nasty" great books -- II. Kleist: "through green spectacles" -- Assent and resistance in Die Marquise von O--and Der Tod in Venedig -- Through multiple lenses: ironies in Kleist's Die Marquise von O-- -- Reading Kleist and Kafka -- III. Mirror images? -- Realism and its "code of accreditation" -- The game of the name -- Not so long ago: historical allusion in realist fiction -- Rereading Buddenbrooks.

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Through the lens of the reader : by Furst, Lilian R. ©1992
Through the lens of the reader by Furst, Lilian R. ©1992
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