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Since Tsundoku's answer has sufficiently explained "homology", I won't repeat what's already said. Here are a couple of other supplementary points about "homology": The idea was originally borrowed from biology. "Homology" in biology refers to similarity shared by organismal structures. A common ancestor is assumed in ...


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Goldmann explains "homology" (French: "homologie") in the Preface to Pour une sociologie du roman (Gallimard, 1964). Goldmann explains that the study of György Lukács's The Theory of the Novel (1914/15, 1920) and René Girard's Mensonge romantique et vérité romanesque (1961; Deceit, Desire and the Novel) led him to formulate certain ...


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