1. Helena, Then Hell: Faust as Review and Anticipation of Modern Times
  2. Ulrich Gaier
  3. pp. 3-20
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  1. Histrionic Nationality: Implications of the Verse in Faust
  2. Benjamin Bennett
  3. pp. 21-30
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  1. Die Wette in Goethes Faust
  2. Gerrit Brüning
  3. pp. 31-54
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  1. Ecocriticism, the Elements, and the Ascent/Descent into Weather in Goethe's Faust
  2. Heather I. Sullivan
  3. pp. 55-72
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  1. Grablegung im Vorhof des Palasts: Groteske Anschaulichkeit in den vorletzten Szenen von Faust II
  2. Johannes Anderegg
  3. pp. 73-88
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  1. Goethes Gnostiker: Fausts vergessener Nihilismus und sein Streben nach Erlösungswissen
  2. Stefan Hajduk
  3. pp. 89-116
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  1. The Unconscious of Nature: Analyzing Disenchantment in Faust I
  2. Frederick Amrine
  3. pp. 117-132
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  1. Forms of Figuration in Goethe's Faust
  2. Clark S. Muenzer
  3. pp. 133-152
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  1. Goethe's Morphology of Knowledge, or the Overgrowth of Nomenclature
  2. Chad Wellmon
  3. pp. 153-177
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  1. Paraphrasis: Goethe, the Novella, and Forms of Translational Knowledge
  2. Andrew Piper
  3. pp. 179-201
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  1. Dramas of Knowledge: The "Fortunate Event" of Recognition
  2. Ellwood Wiggins
  3. pp. 203-222
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  1. gegen: Bewegungen durch Goethes Der Mann von funfzig Jahren
  2. Markus Wilczek
  3. pp. 223-237
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  1. "Offenbares Geheimnis" oder "geheime Offenbarung"? Goethes Märchen und die Apokalypse
  2. Christian Clement
  3. pp. 239-257
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  1. Goethe's Green: The "Mixed" Boundary Colors in Zur Farbenlehre
  2. Pamela Currie
  3. pp. 259-274
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  1. For Heaven's Sake, I Will Have You Walk into the Dark: Grillparzer's Containment of Beethoven and the Ambivalence of Their Melusina Project
  2. Peter Höyng
  3. pp. 275-302
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  1. Imitation, Pleasure, and Aesthetic Education in the Poetics and Comedies of Johann Elias Schlegel
  2. Herbert Rowland
  3. pp. 303-325
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  1. Feindlich verbündet: Lessing und die Neuen Erweiterungen der Erkenntnis und des Vergnügens
  2. Karl S. Guthke
  3. pp. 327-347
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  1. Juvenalian Satire and the Divided Self in Goethe's "Das Tagebuch"
  2. Matthew Bell
  3. pp. 349-363
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  1. Circe: Oper mit der Musik von Pasquale Anfossi (review)
  2. Erlis Glass Wickersham
  3. pp. 365-366
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  1. Die Entstehung von Goethes Werken in Dokumenten. Band IV. Entstehen—Farbenlehre (review)
  2. Max Reinhart
  3. pp. 366-368
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  1. Erste Lieb' und Freundschaft: Goethes Leipziger Jahre (review)
  2. Elizabeth Powers
  3. pp. 368-369
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  1. Leidenschaft: Goethes Weg zur Kreativität (review)
  2. Elizabeth Powers
  3. pp. 370-371
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  1. Goethe in seiner Lebendmaske (review)
  2. Kamaal Haque
  3. pp. 371-373
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  1. Light, Darkness and Colours (review)
  2. Astrida Orle Tantillo
  3. pp. 373-374
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  1. Faust, Classics in Miniature (review)
  2. Simon Richter
  3. pp. 374-375
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  1. Spiegeln und Schweben: Goethes autobiographisches Schreiben (review)
  2. D. W. J. Vincent
  3. pp. 375-377
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  1. Goethe-Jahrbuch 2005 (review)
  2. Dennis F. Mahoney
  3. pp. 377-379
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  1. Seeking Meaning for Goethe's Faust (review)
  2. Heather I. Sullivan
  3. pp. 379-380
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  1. International Faust Studies: Adaptation, Reception, Translation (review)
  2. Thomas L. Cooksey
  3. pp. 380-382
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  1. Analytical Psychology and German Classical Aesthetics: Goethe, Schiller, and Jung (review)
  2. Karl J. Fink
  3. pp. 383-385
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  1. Narcissism and Paranoia in the Age of Goethe (review)
  2. Arnd Bohm
  3. pp. 385-387
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  1. Passions of the Sign. Revolution and Language in Kant, Goethe, and Kleist (review)
  2. Volker Kaiser
  3. pp. 387-389
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  1. German Romanticism and Science. The Procreative Poetics of Goethe, Novalis, and Ritter (review)
  2. Dalia Nassar
  3. pp. 389-392
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  1. Remapping Reality: Chaos and Creativity in Science and Literature. (Goethe—Nietzsche—Grass) (review)
  2. J. M. van der Laan
  3. pp. 392-393
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  1. Poesie und Philologie in der Goethe-Zeit: Studien zum Verhältnis der Literatur mit ihrer Wissenschaft (review)
  2. Ehrhard Bahr
  3. pp. 394-395
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  1. Housing Problems. Writing and Architecture in Goethe, Walpole, Freud, and Heidegger (review)
  2. Claudia Brodsky
  3. pp. 395-398
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  1. The Geographic Imagination of Modernity: Geography, Literature, and Philosophy in German Romanticism (review)
  2. Daniel Purdy
  3. pp. 398-399
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  1. Berlin's Forgotten Future: City, History, and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Germany (review)
  2. Adrian Daub
  3. pp. 401-403
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  1. Studien zur Goethezeit (review)
  2. Walter Tschacher
  3. pp. 403-405
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  1. Challenging Separate Spheres—Female Bildung in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Germany (review)
  2. Adrian Daub
  3. pp. 405-406
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  1. The Wanderer in 19th-Century German Literature: Intellectual History and Cultural Criticism (review)
  2. Scott Abbott
  3. pp. 406-408
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  1. Kleist's Female Leading Characters and the Subversion of Idealist Discourse (review)
  2. Hansjakob Werlen
  3. pp. 408-412
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  1. Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism (review)
  2. Scott Abbott
  3. pp. 412-414
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