- Original Title:
Geschichte der römischen Literatur (Band 1)
- Original Language:
Estefanía, D.; Pociña Pérez, A.
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- 824 pages
- 14,1 x 21,6 cm
- 999 g.
- ISBN: 84-254-1945-X
- Edition: 1
- Bar Code: 9788425419454
- Subject 1: Literatura
- Subject 2: Literatura general
Albrecht von, Michael
Historia de la literatura Romana. Tomo I.
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History of Roman literature of Michael von Albrecht is the first Spanish edition of the monumental Geschichte der Literatur Römische in its second expanded edition, revised and updated in both content and the extensive bibliography. This is an essential work for understanding not only literary, but also the character and spirit of a civilization that has influenced European literature today. This book is aimed at students and teachers of ancient and modern languages, and patristic Christian literature, as well as anyone interested in literature and history of thought. Conceived as a complement to the History of Greek Literature by Albin Lesky, History of Roman Literature also considers lesser known writers continually addresses the theory of ancient literature, language and style, the history of tradition and influences later. Ancient literature includes not only the poetry and narrative, but also oratory and historical and philosophical writings, the prose of art, therefore, in the broadest sense of the word. In addition to studying the works of a practical nature, namely those dealing with agriculture, law, military art, architecture, etc.. The homogeneous structure of each chapter provides an original reading sections and longitudinal sections, allowing for quick and detailed while. The four sections are at times full cross section of the literary life of a period, and discussed in detail in poetry and prose, literary genres and authors. Extract rates: I. Conditions for the development of Roman literature Literature Literature of the Republican period Augustan period II. Literature of the first period imperial imperial Literature middle and late periods Conditions for the tradition of Roman literature bibliography and name index materials Chronological Table "The History of Albrecht von Roman literature notable for the abundance of observations as original and compelling range throughout the work and often take on the character of short essays. The considerable space occupied by Latin influence and the many testimonies commented outweigh all that philology America has presented so far. " Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Albrecht von, Michael
The son of composer Georg Albrecht first attended the Music Academy in Stuttgart, which he graduated in 1955 with the state exam. He then studied classical philology at Tübingen and Paris and 1959 in Tübingen was Indology and Dr. Phil. doctorate. The habilitation just there 1964th That same year, Albrecht Professor of Classical Philology at the University of Heidelberg, where he remained until his retirement in 1998 as a professor. 1977/1978 he was also Visiting Professor at the University of Amsterdam and in 1981 Visiting Member at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.
Michael von Albrecht's research focuses on the ancient music of Roman literature and its reception history and comparative literature. His two-volume history of Roman literature, which has been translated into several languages, applies equally as a standard work as the master of Roman prose. He also made through translations from Latin, especially Virgil and Ovid, a name. Furthermore, of Albrecht since 1984 editor of the sources and studies of music history and the Georg von Albrecht's total output.
In 1998 he received an honorary doctorate from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. For his translations of Albrecht in 2004 was awarded the Johann Heinrich Voss Award for translation.