Dictionary of World Literature: Criticism, Forms, Technique

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SUGGESTIVE LIST OF ASSOCIATED TOPICS
(For individual critics, see national survey.)
Critic; criticism (several); Greek (classical); Aristotle; Latin; Horace; Cicero; medieval; Italian; French; Spanish; English; German; American; Russian; Scandinavian; Dutch; Baudelaire; Spanish-American; Bulgarian; Czechoslovak; Estonian; Finnish; Greek (modern); Hungarian; Latvian; Lithuanian; Lusatian; Polish; Rumanian; Soviet; Serbo-Croatian; Slovene; Ukrainian; Yiddish. Indian; Chinese. Grammarians as critics (ancient); Æneidomastix; bardolatry.
Æsthetics (several); philosophy of criticism; truth in art; poetic justice; justice; value; verisimilitude; poetry and history; tragedy and history; vraisemblance; taste; judgment. Sublime; beauty; receptor; charm; sweetness and light; consistency; fancy; Stimmung; Weltsckmerz; Graveyard School; sense (sensibility); sentimentality; emotion; objective correlative; expression; revelation; respiration; work; afflatus; Aganippe; originality; spontaneity; novelty; convention; grace; art; experience; nature; genius; imagination; invention; imitation; dream. Tone; synæsthesis; correspondence; ut pictura poesis; empathy; frame; psychic distance; shadow; play; escape; objective; instrument, art as; ivory tower; propaganda; value; didacticism; contemplation; literature and society; artist and society; art and life; average man; als ob; æsthetic meaning; art and literature; nationalism; intelligentsia; fellow-traveler; bourgeois; censorship; Bowdlerize; Index. Literacy; translation; reviewing, and criticism; newspaper; newspapers and public taste; woman; courtly love; encouragement; salon; libraries; journalism; blurb; puffery; forgery and hoax; plagiarism; fame.
Literature; Literaturwissenschaft; history of ideas; development; period; progress; decadence; degeneration; tradition; comparative literature; world literature.
Style; form; Asianism; Atticism; Hellenism; Alexandrian; Alamode-Literatur; Ancients and Moderns; Arcadia; diabolism. Word analysis; figure; trope; simile; metaphor; diction, poetic; pathetic fallacy; symbolism.
Expression; form; rule; usage; decorum; correctness; Victorianism; Bowdlerize; fitness; clearness; color; convention; standard; standards of judgment; method; manner; mannerism. Theme; situation; transition; tempo. Elegantia; grand style; gusto; purism; préciosité; Petrarchism; Secentismo; Euphuism; precious; blue-stocking; boulevard; dilettante; ivory tower; decadence; degeneration.
Music and literature; sonata form; motif; folksong; folklore; riddle; Arthurian legend; supernatural; otherworldly (drama); ghost; superstition; myth; mythology; mysticism; death.
Antirationalism; unconscious; psychanalysis; surrealism, madness; dream; supernatural; decadence; degeneration.
Associationism; convention; dogmatic; didactic; dissociation of ideas; synaesthesia; correspondence; unanimism; symbolism; audition colorée; decadence; imagism; vorticism; surrealism; automatism; dadaism; creacionismo; ultraism; futurism; cubo-futurism; constructivism; art d'avant garde; new; neoterici; novelty; originality.
Classicism; formalism; scholasticism; catholic; arts, seven liberal; mysticism; Dark Ages; Renaissance; courtly love; humanism; rationalism; Neuklassik.
Romanticism; primitivism; baroque; Sturm und Drang; Cromwell; blue flower; exoticism; Apollonian-Dionysian; Frühromantik; Neuromantik; Generation of May: Young Vienna.
Realism; veritism; materialism; determinism; dialectic; naturalism; underground; costumbrismo; criollismo; local color; regionalism; document; slice of life.
Idealism; transcendentalism.
Bourgeois; proletarian; democratic; émigré; Caroline; Cavalier.
Word, power of; diction; terminology, technical. Language; philology; grammar; punctuation; criticism, textual; bibliography; lectio difficilior; emendation. Word creation; addition; nonce word; ghost

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • ADVISERS and CONTRIBUTORS vii
  • SUGGESTIVE LIST OF ASSOCIATED TOPICS xi
  • Abbreviations xiv
  • A 1
  • B 63
  • C 82
  • D 145
  • E 182
  • F 229
  • G 277
  • H 296
  • I 310
  • J 339
  • K 346
  • L 347
  • M 365
  • N 394
  • Q 468
  • S 500
  • T 572
  • U 599
  • W 619
  • Y 631
  • Z 633
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