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    • Allen, Richard H.; Weiss, Robert (1967)
      Originally published in 1967, Richard H. Allen's volume with a foreword by Robert O. Weiss was the first comprehensive bibliography of Arthur Schnitzler's writings, including his literary works (with translation and ...
    • Kuehnemund, Richard (1953)
      This volume provides an evaluation of the ideological significance of the Arminius trope in patriotic German literature. Beginning with the German Humanists and ranging through the works of Hutten, Lohenstein, J. E. Schlegel, ...
    • Hagelstange, Rudolf; Salinger, Herman (1962)
      A news item concerning six German soldiers trapped for years in the army food storage bunker provided Rudolf Hagelstange with a plot and an effective symbol to express the tensions, emotions, and paradoxes of modern man's ...
    • Reichert, Herbert W. (1949)
      Originally published in 1949, this volume contains a skillful analysis of the concepts of "Natur" and "Freiheit" and their influence on Keller's ideas in the fields of ethics, aesthetics, and politics, supported by pertinent ...
    • Erlin, Matt (2004)
      Through an analysis of the works of the Berlin Aufklärer Friedrich Gedike, Friedrich Nicolai, G. E. Lessing, and Moses Mendelssohn, Matt Erlin shows how the rapid changes occurring in Prussia's newly minted metropolis ...
    • McClain, William H. (1963)
      Otto Ludwig, nineteenth-century German novelist and critic, originated the term "poetic realism". In this excellent study, Ludwig's prose is sympathetically and thoroughly examined and a clear account of the evolution of ...
    • Neubauer, John (1971)
      Relying on an edition of Novalis' notebooks which includes much of the author's scientific and philosophical musings, Neubauer's study evaluates Novalis' outline for a creative science and philosophical background of the ...
    • Murphy, G. Ronald (1980)
      This study identifies the underlying patterns of persistent biblical allusion in the work of renowned playwright Bertolt Brecht. Rather than reducing Brecht's use of the Bible to the purely satirical, the author interprets ...
    • Craig, Charlotte (1970)
      In this study the extent to which Wieland contributed to the literary genre of the travesty is established, the poet's approach to his sources as well as the nature and duality of his innovations are investigated, and the ...
    • Phelps, Leland R.; Tilo Alt, A. (1978)
      A collection of thirteen essays by comparatists and Germanists published in celebration of the scholar and poet Herman Salinger. The essays range from Greek antiquity to the twentieth century—from the Sophoclean "Electra" ...
    • von Saaz, Johannes; Kirrmann, Ernest N. (1958)
      This dialogue about death from the year 1400 has no peer in early German Renaissance literature. Ernest Kirrmann presents an English translation of the German classic, as well as a preface by Alois Bernt giving an introduction ...
    • Friedrichsmeyer, Erhard (1981)
    • Kurth, Lieselotte E. (1969)
    • Maria Rilke, Rainer; Boney, Elaine E. (1975)
      A poetic English rendering of Rainer Maria Rilke's "Duineser Elegien" printed together with the original German on facing pages. The translation places high value on conveying the meaning of the Elegies, although it does ...
    • Vitt-Maucher, Gisela (1989)
    • Zeydel, Edwin H. (1964)
      The oldest medieval beast epic was translated literally into English prose for the first time in this volume, with Latin on facing pages. The introduction and commentary by Zeydel familiarize the reader with the history ...
    • Pizer, John (1998)
      German Poetic Realists drew on the Romantic motif of the Double in a manner consistent with the central dictum of Poetic Realism as articulated by its chief theorists, Julian Schmidt and Otto Ludwig. Schmidt and Ludwig ...
    • Mews, Siegfried; Knust, Herbert (1974)
      These essays represent the push to provide interdisciplinary Brecht research to English-speaking audiences following his death in 1956 and offer novel readings of his works indicative of the major literary questions of the ...
    • Spalek, John M.; Bell, Robert F. (1982)
      This work is a collection of twenty-four fundamental essays on the many-sided topic of German exile literature during and after Hitler's Third Reich. Exile literature, which emerged in the 1980s as a special field of ...
    • Coenen, Frederic E. (1951)
      In this study the author challenges previous scholarship which characterizes the work of Austrian dramatist Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872) as eminently personal and the perception of his male characters as lacking in ...