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Literature of the Sturm und Drang / edited by David Hill
Rochester, NY : Camden House, c2003
book jacket
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 4th Floor  PT317 .L58 2003    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) German literature -- 18th century -- History and criticism
Sturm und Drang movement
Physical Description vi, 377 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Sturm und Drang passions and eighteenth-century psychology / Bruce Duncan -- Herder and the Sturm und Drang / Wulf Koepke -- Ossian, Herder, and the idea of folk song / Howard Gaskill -- "Shakespeare has quite spoilt you" : the drama of the Sturm und Drang / Francis Lamport -- Theater practice of the Sturm und Drang / Michael Patterson -- "Die schönsten Träume von Freiheit werden ja im Kerker geträumt" : the rhetoric of freedom in the Sturm und Drang / David Hill -- Young Goethe's political fantasies / W. Daniel Wilson -- "Wilde Wünsche" : the discourse of love in the Sturm und Drang / Karin A. Wurst -- Discursive dissociations : women playwrights as observers of the Sturm und Drang / Susanne Kord -- Schiller and the end of the Sturm und Drang / Alan Leidner -- Sturm und Drang in music / Margaret Stoljar -- Sturm und Drang and the periodization of the eighteenth century / Gerhard Sauder
Series Camden House history of German literature ; v. 6
Alternate Author Hill, David, 1943-

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