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For eighteenth century readers, the contents of a novel were often perceived as part of reality. The first part of this study on the results of this view of literature is concerned both with the relevant German, French, and English criticism of the novel and the use of literature as a frame of reference in the poetry, drama, and prose writings of the day. The second part analyzes seven novels (among them Goethe's Werther and Meister) whose heroes were profoundly influenced by literature. The final section sketches the continuous presence of related themes, motifs, and narrative techniques in later novels with particular emphasis on Mann's Zauberberg.

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  1. Umschlag
  2. p. Cover
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  1. 02_Halftitle
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  1. 03_Fm01
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  1. Titelbatt
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  1. Impressum
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  1. Inhalt
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  1. Widmung
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  1. Vorwort
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  1. Erster Teil - Der Roman und die Gesellschaft
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  1. 1 Einleitung
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  1. 2 Kritik und Theorie des Romans im frühen achtzehnten Jahrhundert
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  1. 3 Die Wochenschriften und der Roman
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  1. 4 Der französische Roman
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  1. 5 Der englische Roman
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  1. 6 Kritik und Theorie des Romans in der zweiten Hälfte des achtzehnten Jahrhunderts
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  1. 7 Der Roman in Schrifttum und Dichtung
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  1. Zweiter Teil - Die Literatur in der fiktiven Welt des Romans
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  1. 8 Wilhelm Ehrenfried Neugebauer, Der teutsche Don Quichotte
  2. pp. 117-128
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  1. 9 Johann Karl August Musäus, Grandison der Zweite.
  2. pp. 129-140
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  1. 10 Christoph Martin Wieland, Der Sieg der Natur über die Schwärmerei oder Die Abenteuer des Don Sylvio von Rosalva
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  1. 11 Johann Pezzl, Ulrich von Unkenbach und seine Steckenpferde
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  1. 12 Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Die Leiden des jungen Werthers
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  1. 13 Karl Philipp Moritz, Anton Reiser
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  1. 14 Johann Wolfgang Goethe, Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre
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  1. Ausblick
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  1. Anmerkungen
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  1. Literaturverzeichnis
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  1. Register
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781469657769
Related ISBN
9781469657752
MARC Record
OCLC
1157997406
Launched on MUSE
2020-06-15
Language
German
Open Access
Yes
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