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Il mondo nuovo del romanzo: 1900-1925

Ambrosini, Richard

Strumenti critici Vol. 129, no. 2 (maggio 2012), 171-206 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    Il mondo nuovo del romanzo: 1900-1925
  • Autore: Ambrosini, Richard
  • Editore: Società Editrice Il Mulino
  • Anno: 2012
  • Note di contenuto: In the early decades of the twentieth century, five authors hailing from the cultural margins of three literary traditions built on national languages (English, Italian, and German) injected new creative potential into European literature: Conrad, Svevo, Pirandello, Joyce, and Kafka. All of them contributed to the creation of a corpus, here defined, through the spatial image of a «new world of the novel». Thanks to new cartographical tools (such as those Mikhail Bakhtin evolved from the study of Dostoevskij) we are able to appreciate how their ex-centric points of view represented a polyphonic 'European' experience, previously overshadowed by the centre-periphery polarity enforced and associated with the nineteenth-century predominance of the British and French editorial markets. In the postwar years, artistic avantgardes succeeded in reverting this polarity at a time when (in places like Geneva, Prague, Moscow) new disciplines such linguistics and literary theory were changing...
  • Fa parte di: Strumenti critici Vol. 129, no. 2 (maggio 2012), 171-206
  • Tipo: Articolo
  • Identificativo: DOI: 10.1419/37000 ; ISSN: 0039-2618
  • Fonte: Società editrice il Mulino

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