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Letters (Literary history)

  • Briefsortenby Karl Ermert

    De Gruyter 1979; US$ 123.50

    Briefsorten: Untersuchungen Zu Theorie Und Empirie Der Textklassifikation. more...

  • Der Liebesbriefby Renate Stauf; Annette Simonis; Jörg Paulus

    De Gruyter 2008; US$ 179.66

    If somebody in the 18th century had wanted to send a love letter using SMS text, they would have been doomed to fail ? neither the technology nor the recipient would have been able to handle such a flood of emotional signs. Why is that? The present volume collects contributions from a variety of disciplines dealing with hitherto neglected... more...

  • Letter Writingby Terttu Nevalainen; Sanna-Kaisa Tanskanen

    John Benjamins Publishing Company 2007; US$ 120.00

    The article deals with correspondence in natural history in the eighteenth century between England and North America. The corpus discussed consists of correspondence between John Bartram and Peter Collinson, and between Alexander Garden and John Ellis. The approach used in the study is qualitative and rhetorical; the main point considered is how the... more...

  • The Renaissance Rediscovery of Intimacyby Kathy Eden

    University of Chicago Press 2012; US$ 30.00

    In 1345, when Petrarch recovered a lost collection of letters from Cicero to his best friend Atticus, he discovered an intimate Cicero, a man very different from either the well-known orator of the Roman forum or the measured spokesman for the ancient schools of philosophy. It was Petrarch?s encounter with this previously unknown Cicero and his... more...

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