The reorientation of nineteenth-century Greek prose fiction: a theoritical contribution by means of Bachtin's theory of the literary chronotope

15 October 2007 → 01 September 2008
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Humanities
    • Language studies
    • Literary studies
    • Theory and methodology of language studies
    • Theory and methodology of linguistics
    • Theory and methodology of literary studies
    • Other languages and literary studies
Greek prose fiction chronotope 19th century
Project description

In line with a number of recent contributions of a historical nature, this project aims at a reorientation of 19th century Greek prose fiction from a theoretical point of view, especially Bachtin's theory of the literary chronotope. Special attention will be paid to the interaction between three text classes: the romantic novel prior to 1850, and prose fiction of a historical and realist nature thereafter.