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Sixteen of his former colleagues and students join in this volume in honoring Walter Silz. Concentrating on a single theme—the German drama—this volume contains essays and interpretations of plays ranging from Hrotsvit von Gandersheim to Bertolt Brecht. Eight of the sixteen essays deal with dramas from the area of Silz's main concentration—the nineteenth century. Also included are a tribute to Silz and a bibliography of his writings.

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  1. Title Page
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  1. Copyright
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  1. Foreword
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  1. Tabula Gratulatoria
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  1. Walter Silz
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  1. The Writings of Walter Silz
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  1. Hrotsvit von Gandersheim and the Eternal Womanly
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  1. Conscience and Passion in Gryphius’ Catharina von Georgien
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  1. Jakob Masen’s Ollaria: Comments, Suggestions, and a Resumé
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  1. The Imperiled Sanctuary: Toward a Paradigm of Goethe’s Classical Dramas
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  1. Caveat for Faust Critics
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  1. Once More Amphitryon: Lines 1564—1568
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  1. Kleist’s Käthchen and the Monomyth
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  1. A Reading of Franz Grillparzer’s Sappho
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  1. Realms of Action in Grillparzer’s Ein Bruderzwist in Habsburg
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  1. Konzentrierter Nestroy: Zu Der Komödie Frühere Verhältnisse
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  1. Der Unbehauste Mensch Im Drama Georg Büchners
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  1. The Integration of Fictional Patterns in Hebbel’s Dramatic Structures
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  1. Gerhart Hauptmann’s Veland: Total Tragedy as Failure of Tragedy
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  1. Sternheim’s 1913 as Satire: Fantasy and Fashion
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  1. Cave Matrem: The Battle of the Sexes in Ernst Barlach’s Der Tote Tag
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  1. Brecht’s Die Sieben Todsünden Der Kleinbürger: Emblematic Structure as Epic Spectacle
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781469657325
Related ISBN
9781469657318
MARC Record
OCLC
1157917360
Launched on MUSE
2020-06-15
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Yes
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