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COMPARATIVE LITERATURE AND LITERARY THEORY : Survey and Introduction by  Ulrich Weisstein - First U.S. - 1973 - from Diversity Books and


by Weisstein, Ulrich

Condition: Very Good

Indiana, United States : Indiana University Press, 1973. xii, + 339pp. Book clean, square. Spine firm, gilt title there-on. Previous owner's lightly pencilled notes to rear free endpaper and rear pastedown, else leaves clean. Green cloth boards undamaged. Translated by William Riggan, in collaboration with the author. Originally published in the German as 'Einfuhrung in die Vergleichende Literaturwissen-schaft', W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart, 1968. Contents include: Preface, Definition, Influence and Imitation, Reception and Survival, Epoch, Period, Generation and Movement, Genre, Thematology, The Mutual illumination of the Arts, Appendix I: History, Appendix II:Bibliographical problems, Bibliography, Notes, Index of Names. Book weight approx. 550g. . First U.S.. Hardcover (Original Cloth). Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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