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Citation and Precedent: Conjunctions and Disjunctions of German Law and ...

Thomas Oliver Beebee - Literary Criticism - 2011 - 296 pages
Among Western literatures, only the German-speaking countries can boast a list of world-class writers such as Goethe, Hoffmann, Kleist, Kafka, Schmitt, and Schlink who were ...
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Sites of the Uncanny: Paul Celan, Specularity and the Visual Arts

Eric Kligerman - Literary Criticism - 2007 - 341 pages
Sites of the Uncanny: Paul Celan, Specularity and the Visual Arts is the first book-length study that examines Celan’s impact on visual culture. Exploring poetry’s relation to ...
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Romantic Things: A Tree, a Rock, a Cloud

Mary Jacobus - Art - 2012 - 221 pages
Our thoughts are shaped as much by what things make of us as by what we make of them. Lyric poetry is especially concerned with things and their relationship to thought, sense ...
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Modernist Eroticisms: European Literature After Sexology

Anna Katharina Schaffner, Shane Weller - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2012 - 250 pages
This volume explores the impact of sexological and early psychoanalytic conceptions of sexual perversion on the representation of the erotic in the work of a range of major ...
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The Topography of Modernity: Karl Philipp Moritz and the space of autonomy

Elliott Schreiber - Literary Criticism - 2012 - 160 pages
Karl Philipp Moritz (d. 1793) was one of the most innovative writers of the late Enlightenment in Germany. A novelist, travel writer, editor, and teacher he is probably best ...
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The Philosophy of the Novel: Lukács, Marxism, and the Dialectics of Form

J. M. Bernstein - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 296 pages
Lukács's Theory of the novel has long been a key work in the philosophy but not the sociology of literature. J. M. Bernstein shows that Theory of the Novel must be seen in ...
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