Spitzer discusses the method he evolved for bringing together the two disciplines, linguistics and literary history, and examines the work of Cervantes, Racine, Diderot, and Claudel in the light of this theory.
Originally published in 1967.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- FOREWORD, pg. v
- CONTENTS, pg. vii
- 1. LINGUISTICS AND LITERARY HISTORY, pg. 1
- 2. LINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVISM IN THE DON QUIJOTE, pg. 41
- 3. THE “RÉCIT DE THÉRAMÈNE”, pg. 87
- 4. THE STYLE OF DIDEROT, pg. 135
- 5. INTERPRETATION OF AN ODE BY PAUL CLAUDEL, pg. 193
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