German Expressionism: Art and Society

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Stephanie Barron, Wolf Dieter Dube
Random House Incorporated, 1997 - Social Science - 399 pages
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Highlights the visual art, films, theater, and architecture of German Expressionism.

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In complexity and richness, German art is probably second only to American art in the postwar era, yet it remains sadly underexamined and -represented in American institutions. In part this may be ... Read full review

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Would be 5, but some of the essays are terrible. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
4
Section 2
132
Section 3
170
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Stephanie Barron is a lifelong admirer of Austen's work. The first five Austen mysteries appeared on the bestseller lists of "The Denver Post", "The Armchair Detective", and Rue Morgue. As Francine Mathews, the author has written four Merry Folger mysteries, including "Death in a Cold Hard Light", and, most recently, an international thriller, "The Cutout".

Dube, the Director General of the Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin.

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