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This study of German prose from the death of Goethe to the heyday of the Wilhelminian Empire argues that nineteenth-century German prose is characterized by a particular combination of the prophetic and the archaic, of the existential and the parochial, and is only partially and sometimes not at all related to the social and political realities of the age.How sudden and how radical is the change of mind which makes him write Dantons Toda#39;? Two considerations arise at this point, and both flatly ... But I am no guillotine- blade. a#39;Musta#39; is one of the execrations pronounced at the baptism of anbsp;...

Author: J. P. Stern
Publisher:CUP Archive - 1981-09-10

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