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21 It is now generally believed that ancient letter forms and a more consciously classicizing literary style were only beginning to be synthesized for the first time around 1450 (Calabi Limentani, 80-82).
Of course, the humanists had unceasingly explored this dimension of the world, attempting not only to assimilate the distinctive literary styles of the ancients but also to understand their individual personalities and their unique historical circumstances.
This periodical helped introduce the ideas of the Enlightenment into Sweden, but its language and literary style were of even greater importance; it is regarded as ushering in the age of modern Swedish prose.
Savage Exchange: Han Imperialism, Chinese Literary Style, and the Economic Imagination
The methodology of the analysis is outlined in initial chapters, which include a detailed examination of the literary style of the Prison notebooks.
A continuous narrative from the 2nd century AD to the fall of Constantinople in 1453, it is distinguished by its rigorous scholarship, its historical perspective, and its incomparable literary style.
After reviewing the conventional interpretation of Hume, he points out the little noticed irony in his literary style.
Of, relating to, or resembling the Italian Accademia della Crusca, which was founded in 1582 for the cultivation of the Italian language and literature, or the literary style it championed.
Later chapters review key issues in postcolonial theory, then employ ideas from postcolonial theory to examine language, literary style, and Irish nationalism in the three writersAE narration of IrelandAEs history.
This is not an introduction to Zizek, he says, but he diverges from most accounts of him by finding a thread of meaning rather than arguing that the sophistication of his literary style hides the vacuity of his content.
The widest scope for literary style is offered at the level of word choice.
They are, instead, pieces of creative writing in an expert literary style which take up questions about what fiction is, how it is written and read, and what people including the author have said and thought about writing it.