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Cornelia Wild
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Judith Kasper
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Michèle Lowrie
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Helmut Pfeiffer
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Martin Treml
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Pablo Orozco Valdivia
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Rudolf Behrens
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Robert Stockhammer
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Cornelia Wild
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Barbara Vinken
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Judith Frömmer
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Dagmar Stöferle
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Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
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Gianluca Solla
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Edi Zollinger
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Cornelia Klettke
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Barbara Natalie Nagel
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Johanna Schumm
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Judith Kasper
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Uta Felten
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Hermann Doetsch
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Cordula Reichart
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Michael Auer
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Andrea Allerkamp
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Julian Drews
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Susanna Elm
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John T. Hamilton
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Denise Koller
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Daniel Hoffman-Schwartz
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Florian Fuchs
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Marco Tabacchini
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Davide Caliaro
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Hanna Sohns
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Anselm Haverkamp
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Die Allgegenwärtigkeit der Tropen Roms erschließt sich in den sprachlichen Strukturen, die von der Antike bis zur Moderne stets verborgen haben, wodurch sie sich konstituieren. Ob im politischen Körper oder im Gesetz der Buchstaben wirkt Rom mit seinen Bedeutungen manifest oder latent nach. Die in diesem Band vorgenommenen Lektüren zielen darauf, das anagrammatische Spiel, in das Roma seit je impliziert ist, zu nutzen, um im unvermeidlichen Bezug unserer Kultur auf Rom überraschende Wendungen und Inklinationen herauszuarbeiten. Die kommentierte Anthologie versammelt Essays zu ausgewählten Passagen aus den Werken von Lucan, Plutarch, Quintilian, Augustinus, Petrarca, Luther, Du Bellay, Gracián, Vico, Baudelaire, Zola, Saussure, Freud, Derrida und vielen anderen mehr, die Rom implizit oder explizit aufrufen, durchstreichen, affirmieren, traumhaft verstellen, wiederholen oder nachtragen. Mit Beiträgen von Barbara Natalie Nagel, Michèle Lowrie, Gianluca Solla, Edi Zollinger, Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht, Anselm Haverkamp u.a.

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