Wilhelm Meister, Elizabeth Bennet, Julien Sorel, Rastignac, Jane Eyre, Bazaroz, Dorothea Brooke.
Wilhelm Meister, Elizabeth Bennet, Julien Sorel, Rastignac, Jane Eyre, Bazaroz, Dorothea Brooke. the golden age of the European novel discovers a new collective protagonist: youth. It is problematic and restless youth- strange characters, as their own creators often say-arising from the downfall of traditional societies.
Franco Moretti is an Italian literary scholar, trained as a Marxist critic, whose work focuses on the history of the . Moretti earned his doctorate in modern literature from the University of Rome in 1972, graduating summa cum laude.
Franco Moretti is an Italian literary scholar, trained as a Marxist critic, whose work focuses on the history of the novel as a "planetary form". He has written five books, Signs Taken for Wonders (1983), The Way of the World (1987), Modern Epic (1995), Atlas of the European Novel, 1800-1900 (1998), and Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for a Literary History (2005). He was professor of comparative literature at Columbia University before being appointed to the Danily C. and Laura Louise Bell Professorship at Stanford University.
Franco Moretti (2000) notes that in the classical bildungsroman, "narrative transformations have meaning in so far as. .
Franco Moretti (2000) notes that in the classical bildungsroman, "narrative transformations have meaning in so far as they lead to a particularly marked ending" (p. 7). Because "youth must come to an end" it is "subordinated to the idea of 'Maturity. Textual Immaturity: Bisexuality, Textuality and Adolescence. This article evaluates recent work in Victorian studies on the bildungsroman, with particular attention to how scholars negotiate the legacy of Franco Moretti's bravura reading of the form, The Way of the World: The Bildungsroman in European Culture (1987).
The Bildungsroman in European Culture (1987, second enlarged ed. 2000). Lee, Richard . Moretti, Franco (2011). Immanuel Wallerstein and the Problem of the World. Duke University Press Books. The book examines the great tradition of the novel of youth – Wilhelm Meister, Pride and Prejudice, The Red and the Black, Eugene Onegin, Lost Illusions, Great Expectations, Sentimental Education, Middlemarch. considered as the symbolic form that allowed nineteenth-century culture to make sense of the political revolutions and economic transformations of western modernity.
Franco Moretti teaches English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University. He is the author of Signs Taken for Wonders, The Way of the World and Modern Epic, all from Verso. Библиографические данные. The Way of the World: The Bildungsroman in European Culture. Перевод: Albert Sbragia.
Franco Moretti is the author of many books, including Graphs, Maps, Trees; The Bourgeois; and Distant Reading, winner of the 2013 National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism.
Re-Bildung the European Bildungsroman. com User, September 29, 2002
Re-Bildung the European Bildungsroman. com User, September 29, 2002. Franco Moretti is one of those rare critics who consistently churns out books that-though never unassailably argued or immaculately eless change forever the way you read a genre. In "The Way of the World," Moretti sets his sights on the European Bildungsroman. Recently Viewed and Featured.