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Aristotle's theory of poetry and fine art, with a critical text and translation of the Poetics. With a prefatory essay, Aristotelian literary criticism,

Autor S H Butcher; Aristotle.; John Gassner
Vydavatel: New York] Dover Publications [1951]
Vydání/formát:   Kniha : English : 4th ed. [1st American edZobrazit všechny vydání a formáty
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This book contains the celebrated Butcher translation of Aristotle's Poetics, faced, page by page, with the complete Greek text (as reconstructed by Mr. Butcher from Greek, Latin and Arabic manuscripts). The editor's 300-page exposition and interpretation follows. In his classic commentary, Butcher discusses with insight, sympathy and great learning Aristotle's ideas and their importance in the history of thought  Přečíst více...
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Doplňující formát: Online version:
Butcher, S.H. (Samuel Henry), 1850-1910.
Aristotle's theory of poetry and fine art.
New York] Dover Publications [1951]
(OCoLC)561415714
Osoba: Aristotle.; Aristote; Aristote; Aristotle.
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: S H Butcher; Aristotle.; John Gassner
ISBN: 0486200426 9780486200422
OCLC číslo: 336648
Popis: lxxvi, 421 pages 25 cm
Obsahy: Art and nature --
'Imitation' as an aesthetic term --
Poetic truth --
The end of fine art --
Art and morality --
The function of tragedy --
The dramatic unities --
The ideal tragic hero --
Plot and character in tragedy --
The generalising power of comedy --
Poetic universality in Greek literature.
Odpovědnost: by John Gassner.

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This book contains the celebrated Butcher translation of Aristotle's Poetics, faced, page by page, with the complete Greek text (as reconstructed by Mr. Butcher from Greek, Latin and Arabic manuscripts). The editor's 300-page exposition and interpretation follows. In his classic commentary, Butcher discusses with insight, sympathy and great learning Aristotle's ideas and their importance in the history of thought and literature. His scholarly remarks cover art and nature, imitation as an aesthetic term, poetic truth, pleasure as the end of fine art, art and morality, the function of tragedy, the dramatic unities, the ideal tragic hero, plot and character, comedy, and poetic universality. A new 35-page introductory essay, Aristotelian literary criticism, by John Gassner, discusses the validity of Aristotle's ideas today and their application to contemporary literature.--From publisher description.

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