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Licentia poetica

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Author(s): Stockhorst, Stefanie
The concept of poetic licence or freedom (Latin  licentia, “liberty [to do something]”), that is, the liberty to deviate from established literary norms, was primarily a formal one, unlike the thematic freedom of speech (Greek/Latin parrhésia) familiar in rhetoric. In its original sense, it denotes the freedom of the poet to depart from linguistic and technical conventions of portrayal. These included particularly spelling, punctuation, grammar, diction, and word formation, as well as appropriacy to situation, imagery, factual ac…
Date: 2019-10-14

Language society

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Author(s): Stockhorst, Stefanie
1. Terminology and structure As platforms for the study and conservation of vernacular languages across a range of fields, language societies and related associations were important early modern literary institutions, primarily on the European continent. Instead of “language society” [1], recent scholarship tends to prefer the term “literary society,” to distinguish them from the efforts in the early 19th century to found traditions of national philology and to avoid the perception that the activities of such associations in the e…
Date: 2019-10-14

Literary historiography

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Author(s): Stockhorst, Stefanie
1. General The task of  literary historiography is to present the literary activity, usually of a specific country (Nation, nationalism), in chronological order. Occasionally the focus is narrower, for instance regional, or broader, as in a general history of world literature. The chronological framework usually extends from the beginning of the literary tradition to the time of the author, although occasionally we find a history limited to a selected epoch. As lat…
Date: 2019-10-14