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Volume 49, Number 2, May 2013

Table of Contents

SPECIAL THEME ISSUE: The Eighteenth-Century Novel

GUEST EDITORS: Matt Erlin, Washington University in St. Louis and Sean Franzel, University of Missouri


The Eighteenth-Century Novel as Media Event

pp. 99-111

World Literature and the Eighteenth-Century Novel: Amsterdam, Leipzig, 1701

pp. 112-130

Gattung und Geschlecht bei Sophie von La Roche und Maria Anna Sager

pp. 131-147

The Self-Destruction of the Enlightenment Novel: Voice and the Problem of Narration in Blanckenburg’s Beyträge zur Geschichte deutschen Reichs und deutscher Sitten

pp. 148-170

Kant’s Novel Interpretation of History

pp. 171-190

Radical Thinking and the Dialogic Mode in Karl Philipp Moritz’s Andreas-Hartknopf-Novels

pp. 191-208

Wilhelm Meisters Schneiderseelen

pp. 209-231

Sculptural Blockages: Wilhelm Heinse’s Ardinghello, Clemens Brentano’s Godwi, and the Early Romantic Novel

pp. 232-247


Novel Translations: The European Novel and the German Book, 1680–1730 by Bethany Wiggin (review)

pp. 248-250

Die schöne Seele als Denkfigur: Zur Semantik von Gewissen und Geschmack bei Rousseau, Wieland, Schiller, Goethe by Marie Wokalek (review)

pp. 251-254

After Jena: Goethe’s Elective Affinities and the End of the Old Regime by Peter J. Schwartz (review)

pp. 254-256

Formative Fictions: Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Bildungsroman by Tobias Boes (review)

pp. 256-258

Abschied von der Wirklichkeit. Probleme der Darstellung von Realität im deutschsprachigen literarischen Realismus by Christiane Arndt (review)

pp. 258-260

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