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Essays on German literature in honour of G. Joyce Hallamore

Published by published in association with the University of British Columbia by University of Toronto Press in [Toronto] .
Written in English.

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Table of Contents

The votive mass of the Holy Spirit in middle high German Literature, by E. Egert.
Allegory and symbol in Hartmann's Gregorius, by R. Picozzi.
Opitz' Schäfferey von der Nimfen Hercinie in seventeenth-century literature, by U. Maché.
Poetic imagination and external reality in Tieck: from divergence to convergence, by R. Belgardt.
The grotesque in Barlach's works: towards an understanding of his world, by B. R. Anderson.
Narrator and narrative in Goethe's Die Wahlverwandtschaften, by G. Marahrens.
Ferdinand Raimund's Gutenstein poems, by F. Kriigel.
The tailor and the sweeper: a new look at Wilhelm Raabe, by M. G. Stankiewicz.
The professing Christian and the ironic humanist: a comment on the relationship of Alfred Döblin and Thomas Mann after 1933, by A.W. Riley.
Myth and morality: reflections on Thomas Mann's Doktor Faustus, by L.L. Miller.
Das Gestische and the poetry of Brecht, by G.L. Tracy.
Observations on Otto Flake, by H. Boeschenstein.

Edition Notes

Bibliographical footnotes.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
830.9
Library of Congress
PT105 .E83

The Physical Object

Pagination
viii, 255 p.
Number of pages
255

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5665690M
Internet Archive
essaysongermanli0000unse
LC Control Number
68117292
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