3 edition of Mimesis found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from the German by Willard R. Trask.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||563 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||563|
Focus on Turkey (World in Focus)
discussion paper on improving public access to information about government services and sources of information
Parade, inspection, and basic evolutions of the infantry battalion
FmHA management capability
detention of asylum-seekers under the European Convention on Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Physicians Desk Reference Non-Prescription Drugs (Physicians Desk Reference for Nonprescription Drugs & Dietary Supplements)
On burrowing and boring marine animals
Draft amendments and addition to the Covenant of the League of Nations transmitted by the Norwegian government.
The laws of the state of New-Hampshire
The 2000-2005 Outlook for Mechanical Software in Latin America
Discussion of papers [read at] Summer Meeting, Dublin. 28th-30th June, 1956.
Blackwell Rural District
Mimesis is certainly one of the half dozen most important literary-critical works of the twentieth century."--Fredric R.
Jameson "Written in exile, from what Auerbach called with grave irony his 'incomparable historical vantage point,'Mimesis is a magnificent achievement.
For me, as for many others, this hugely ambitious, wise account of the /5(16). Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature This tightly-packed volume ( pages in my paperback edition) is a comprehensive survey of the landmarks in Western fiction, from Virgil’s the Odyssey to Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse.
As Auerbach himself admits towards the end of his book he has had to be severely Cited by: Fleeing the Nazis inthe noted German philologist and scholar of comparative literature and criticism Erick Auerbach settled in Istanbul where, without access to his extensive library, he wrote Mimesis The Representation of Reality in Western Literature, a prime example of what subsequent scholars have come to call is an amazing book, as fascinating as /5.
Mimesis is certainly one of the half dozen most important literary-critical works of the twentieth century."--Fredric R. Jameson "Written in exile, from what Auerbach called with grave irony his 'incomparable historical vantage point, ' Mimesis is a magnificent achievement/5(3K).