Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages: The Bellagio report
Historia Litterarum Europaearum
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- 1.Here I wish to call attention to a survey of our project at an earlier stage: Henry H. H. Remak, “A Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages: Progress and Problems”,Synthesis (Bucharest), III, 1976, pp. 11–23.Google Scholar
- 2.I have elaborated on the problem of integrating new literary theory into comparative literature practice in “The Future of Comparative Literature”,Actes du VIII e Congrès de l'Association Internationale de Littérature Comparée (Budapest, Akadémiai Kiadó, 1980), pp. 429–437.Google Scholar
- 3.Efforts are under way to organize at the next ICLA Congress (New York, August, 1982) a symposium on the Baroque with a view toward launching a project on this style, current, or movement. János Riesz (Bayreuth) has recently proposed a project covering the Englightenment to about 1760.Google Scholar
- 4.These Committees have subsequently been established by action of the Bureau at its Chapel Hill meeting in April 1980. The “Publications Policy” Committee consists of Béla Köpeczi (convener), Milan Dimić, Henry Remak, Jean Weisgerber, and Ulrich Weisstein. The “Research Development” Committee is composed of Douwe Fokkema (convener), Roger Bauer, Alexandru Duţu, Claudio Guillén, and Rita Schober.Google Scholar
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