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From: German Quarterly[(essay date 1982) In the following essay, Amrine suggests that, despite appearances to the contrary, Goethe actively worked to endow the Wilhelm Meister’s Travels with an ideal “Romance form” that could capture...
From:Canadian Literature (Issue 225) Peer-ReviewedWhile Glenn Gould's Solitude Trilogy--consisting of "The Idea of North" (1967), "Latecomers" (1969), and "Quiet in the Land" (1977)--has long been celebrated for its nationalist reverberations, Gould's own political...
From:Victorian Poetry (Vol. 40, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedDENNIS SOBOLEV RECENTLY COMMENTED THAT GERARD MANLEY HOPKINS IS a more marginal figure than in previous generations because current criticism has understood Hopkins to believe "in the immanence of meaning in language."...
From:Histories of Everyday Life in Totalitarian Regimes (Vol. 3: Literary Approaches. )Frederic C. Tubach Penned by German American writer Frederic C. Tubach (1930–) with his wife, Sally Patterson Tubach (1946–), German Voices: Memories of Life during Hitler's Third Reich is a historical record of the...
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