Lubomír Doležel studied Czech and Russian philology at Charles University in . In Lubomír Doležel published his most influential book Heterocosmica. Lubomír Doležel was a Czech literary theorist, and one of the founders of the so- called fictional (revised edition in Czech ); Occidental Poetics: Tradition and Progress, ; Heterocosmica: Fiction and Possible Worlds, . Heterocosmica has 56 ratings and 4 reviews. Kris said: () čtenář musí odsunout do pozadí znalost svého vlastního domova a stát se kognitivním občanem.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. He co-edited with Richard W. Re-visions of Culture and Society. Literary fiction is probably the most active heterocosmicz laboratory of the world-constructing enterprise. The University of Melbourne Library. Availability Text Usually ships weeks after receipt of order. This page was last edited on 12 Augustat Tags What are tags? To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
Skip to content Skip to search. The University of Queensland. Retrieved 25 November Joleen rated it really liked it Jun 22, He founded and co-edited a series entitled Prague Studies in Mathematical Linguistics. The result is a highly distinguished contribution to the field of literary theory. Fiction and Possible Worlds.
His Occidental Poetics has been translated into six European languages. These 2 locations in Queensland: Commentators usually admit that fiction conveys some kind of truth—the truth of the story of Faust, for instance. Postmodernist Rewrites Comprend un glossaire et une bibliographie importante. Katherine rated it liked it Dec 12, Home This editionEnglish, Book edition: Re-visions of Culture and Society” Baltimore, Londres,p.
He studied under several members of the Prague School, an influential centre of inter-war structuralist and semiotic thought. James rated it really liked it Feb 05, Manjaak rated it liked it Mar 15, His main research interest was the theory of literature, with a focus on narrative narratology.
He also investigates theories of action, intention, and literary communication to develop a system of xolezel that allows him to offer perceptive reinterpretations of beterocosmica host of classical, modern, and postmodern fictional narratives—from Defoe through Dickens, Dostoevsky, Huysmans, Bely, and Kafka to Hemingway, Kundera, Rhys, Plenzdorf, and Coetzee. Login to add to list. In HeterocosmicaLubomir Dolezel offers nothing less than a complete theory of literary fiction based on the idea of possible worlds.
None of your libraries hold this item. Set up My libraries How do I set up “My libraries”? But both the status of the truth and the nature heteroosmica the relationship have baffled, frustrated, or repelled a long line of thinkers. Compte rendu dans Acta fabula: Literary fiction is probably the most active experimental laboratory of the world-constructing enterprise.
Fictional Worlds in Transduction: Corina Chiriches rated it it was amazing Jan 18, Nevena rated it really liked it Jul 04, Paperbackpages. Public Private login e. Commentators usually admit that fiction conveys dolesel kind of truth – the truth the story of Faust, for instance.
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On his return to Prague he was appointed research fellow of the Institute of Czech Literature of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, but in the fall of he left the country after the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Many of his teachers and mentors were representatives of the so-called Prague Schoolan internationally recognized and influential centre of inter-war structuralist and semiotic thought.
Jovana rated it it was amazing Feb 04, They acknowledge that fiction usually bears some kind of relation to reality—for example, the London of Dickens.