Otto Ludwigs "Romanstudien" im Kontext einer Geschichte der Erzähltheorie
[Realistic Narratology: Otto Ludwig’s “Romanstudien” in the Context of the History of Narrative Theory]
Aims and Scope
Otto Ludwig’s Romanstudien is among the most important works of 20th century German narratology history. Matthias Grüne explores the systematic and historical impact of Ludwig’s reflections on narrative forms. The study clearly discloses the epistemological roots of the text and the reasons it should be valued as a key document of literary realism.
- x, 379 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Historical narratology; realism; theory of the novel; 19th century