This is a selection of fifteen critical essays by Leo Spitzer (1887-1960), six appearing in English for the first time. Drawn from different stages of Spitzer's long career, the essays trace the development of his thought and method and demonstrate the immense range of his interests - the various genres on which he wrote and the historical periods from the Middle Ages to the present that he commanded.-ny selection of essays from the hundreds that Leo Spitzer (1887a 1960) wrote is likely to appear somewhat arbitrary. Although we recognized that many readers would find one or more of their favorite essays by Spitzer missing from thisanbsp;...
|Author||:||Leo Spitzer, Alban K. Forcione, Herbert Samuel Lindenberger, Madeline Sutherland|
|Publisher||:||Stanford University Press - 1988-01-01|