History and its Literary Genres.

By: Troha, GasperContributor(s): Matajc, Vanesa | Pompe, GregorMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008Description: 1 online resource (165 p.)ISBN: 9781443815475Subject(s): Historiography | History in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: History and its Literary GenresDDC classification: 907.2 LOC classification: PN50 .H58 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; CHAPTER ONE; CHAPTER TWO; CHAPTER THREE; CHAPTER FOUR; CHAPTER FIVE; CHAPTER SIX; PART II; CHAPTER SEVEN; CHAPTER EIGHT; PART III; CHAPTER NINE; CHAPTER TEN; CHAPTER ELEVEN; PART IV; CHAPTER TWELVE; NOTES; CONTRIBUTORS
Summary: It was traditionally accepted (already in Poetics by Aristotle) that historiographic representations of historical events were more objective than literary ones that belonged to the realm of fiction. In the last 30 years Other the breaking of the "Rankeian" faith in the attainable scientific objectivity of historiography it became clear that these two disciplines are not as apart as we might have thought. However, it is not merely the question whether or not we can attain a certain degree of o...
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TABLE OF CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; PART I; CHAPTER ONE; CHAPTER TWO; CHAPTER THREE; CHAPTER FOUR; CHAPTER FIVE; CHAPTER SIX; PART II; CHAPTER SEVEN; CHAPTER EIGHT; PART III; CHAPTER NINE; CHAPTER TEN; CHAPTER ELEVEN; PART IV; CHAPTER TWELVE; NOTES; CONTRIBUTORS

It was traditionally accepted (already in Poetics by Aristotle) that historiographic representations of historical events were more objective than literary ones that belonged to the realm of fiction. In the last 30 years Other the breaking of the "Rankeian" faith in the attainable scientific objectivity of historiography it became clear that these two disciplines are not as apart as we might have thought. However, it is not merely the question whether or not we can attain a certain degree of o...

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