The review for Literary History and Theory

TUDOR VIANU, UN COMPARATIST ATRAS DE ANTICHITATE

December 15, 2012

👤Author

Name: Alexandra Ciocârlie
Affiliation: Institutul de Istorie și Teorie Literară „G. Călinescu” al Academiei Române

📄Article

Citation Recommendation: CIOCÂRLIE, Alexandra. „Tudor Vianu, un comparatist atras de antichitate”. In: RITL, New Series, VI, No. 1-4, January-December 2012, p. 433–443
Titlul: TUDOR VIANU, UN COMPARATIST ATRAS DE ANTICHITATE
Title: TUDOR VIANU, A COMPARATIVE LITERATURE RESEARCHER ATTRACTED BY ANTIQUITY
Pages: 433–443
Language: Romanian
URL: https://ritl.ro/pdf/2012/22_A_Ciocarlie.pdf

Abstract: Tudor Vianu’s studies of world literature and comparative literature – some of which are synthetic, the others, analytic, some devoted to constructing an outline of the general evolution of literature, the others seeking a more in-depth approach to particular aspects of older or more recent literary texts – prove his constant interest in shedding light on the connections of the moderns with the ancients.

Keywords: Romanian literary criticism, comparatist approach, Greek and Latin literature, modern literature, intertextuality

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