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Poetry of Grammar and the Grammar of Poetry, Slavic Epic Studies, On Verse, Its Masters and Explores, Early Slavic Paths and Crossroads, , Part 1. Nicolas Ruwet, Paris: Minuit, French Saggi di linguistica generale, ed.

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However, his intellectual contributions far exceed the intersection of the two terms of his self-description. Jakobson was a dynamic and protean scholar, who wrote about Poetics , Phonology , historical linguistics especially Slavic , morphosyntax, semiotics, psycholinguistics, and cultural and literary history. He participated avidly in a succession of scholarly collaboratives which generated ideas about language and literature that radiated outward to other thinkers and disciplines.

In a first and formative instance, Jakobson was a precocious member of the avant garde literary-artistic Futurist movement in Moscow in the s. In , he co-founded the Prague Linguistic Circle, which developed a distinctive response to the structuralist linguistics of Ferdinand de Saussure b. Working steadily into his eighties through these successive dislocations, Jakobson produced a flood of texts and lectures addressed to diverse audiences, often coauthored with colleagues or former students.

Much of his attention went to close linguistic analysis of literature, with a special focus on the formal linguistic features and sound patterns of poetry. Stankiewicz gives a capsule overview of the main branches of Jakobsonian linguistics; Holquist is even more concise.

Bradford, Richard. Roman Jakobson: Life, language, art. London: Routledge Press. Chief among the figures discussed with respect to Jakobson are Trubetzkoy and Saussure—and also Husserl, Khlebnikov, Kruszewski, Karcevskij, and others. Holquist, Michael. Roman Jakobson and philology. In Critical theory in Russia and the West. Edited by Alastair Renfrew and Galin Tihanov, 81— London: Routledge. The emphasis is on his impact on Czech culture and literary history. Berlin: Mouton.

Waugh, Linda R. Introduction: The life, work, and influence of Roman Jakobson. In Roman Jakobson: On language. Edited by Linda R. Waugh and Monique Monville-Burston, 1— Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. DOI: The Hague: Mouton, v-lxiii. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page. Please subscribe or login. How to Subscribe Oxford Bibliographies Online is available by subscription and perpetual access to institutions. For more information or to contact an Oxford Sales Representative click here.

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However, his intellectual contributions far exceed the intersection of the two terms of his self-description. Jakobson was a dynamic and protean scholar, who wrote about Poetics , Phonology , historical linguistics especially Slavic , morphosyntax, semiotics, psycholinguistics, and cultural and literary history. He participated avidly in a succession of scholarly collaboratives which generated ideas about language and literature that radiated outward to other thinkers and disciplines. In a first and formative instance, Jakobson was a precocious member of the avant garde literary-artistic Futurist movement in Moscow in the s. In , he co-founded the Prague Linguistic Circle, which developed a distinctive response to the structuralist linguistics of Ferdinand de Saussure b.

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Jakobson was also well known for his critique of the emergence of sound in film. Then, in , he took up a chair at Brno. Living in Czechoslovakia meant that Jakobson was physically close to the linguist who would be his most important collaborator during the s and s, Prince Nikolai Trubetzkoy, who fled Russia at the time of the Revolution and took up a chair at Vienna in Jakobson immersed himself in both the academic and cultural life of pre-World War II Czechoslovakia and established close relationships with a number of Czech poets and literary figures. Jakobson received his Ph. He also made an impression on Czech academics with his studies of Czech verse.

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