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|Publisher:||Princeton University Press; F First Edition edition (February 21, 1976)|
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Balzac's Comedy of Words book. Although Balzac's work has been much studied, practically nothing has been written on his use of linguistic concepts.
Balzac's Comedy of Words book.
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Although Balzac's work has been much studied .
Although Balzac's work has been much studied, practically nothing has been written on his use of linguistic concepts. Book · January 2015 with 1 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Cite this publication.
Kanes, Martin, Balzac’s Comedy of Words (Princeton, 1975). Kelly, Dorothy, Reconstructing Woman: From Fiction to Reality in the Nineteenth-Century French Novel (University Park, Penn. - Telling Glances: Voyeurism in the French Novel (New Brunswick, NJ, 1992).
The comedy of manners, also called anti sentimental comedy, is a form of comedy that satirizes the manners and affectations of contemporary society and questions societal standards. Social class stereotypes are often represented through stock characters such as the miles gloriosus ("boastful soldier") in ancient Greek comedy or the fop and rake of English Restoration comedy, which is sometimes used as a synonym for "comedy of manners".
Автор: Kanes Martin Название: Balzac& Comedy of Words ISBN: 0691617473 ISBN-13(EAN) .
Описание: Although Balzac's work has been much studied, practically nothing has been written on his use of linguistic concepts.
Although Balzac's work has been much studied, practically nothing has been written on his use of linguistic concepts. Applying a new approach, this perceptive book demonstrates that the theme and theory of language were central to Balzac's fiction. In considering how the novelist was influenced by eighteenth- and nineteenth-century speculation on language, Martin Kanes traces the development of Balzac's own linguistic ideas from his early to his later writings.
Originally published in 1976.
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