1. Writing the Dialectical Structure of the Modern Subject: Goethe on World Literature and World Citizenship
  2. John K. Noyes
  3. pp. 100-114
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  1. A Portrait of the Artist as a World Author: Framing Authorship in Johannes Scherr’s Bildersaal der Weltliteratur
  2. Andrew Patten
  3. pp. 115-131
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  1. Thomas Mann, World Author: Representation and Autonomy in the World Republic of Letters
  2. Tobias Boes
  3. pp. 132-147
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  1. World Authorship as a Struggle for Consecration: Christa Wolf and Der geteilte Himmel in the English-Speaking World
  2. Caroline Summers
  3. pp. 148-172
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  1. “Ich bin ein Humanistenkopf”: Feridun Zaimoglu, German Literature, and Worldness
  2. Frauke Matthes
  3. pp. 173-190
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  1. Epilogue: Three Computational Frameworks for the Study of World Authorship
  2. Andrew Piper
  3. pp. 191-199
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  1. Literatur im interkulturellen Kontext by Manfred Durzak (review)
  2. Heidi Rösch
  3. pp. 200-202
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  1. Popular Revenants: The German Gothic and Its International Reception, 1800-2000 ed. by Andrew Cusack and Barry Murnane (review)
  2. Ilinca Iurascu
  3. pp. 203-204
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  1. Nomadic Ethics in Contemporary Women’s Writing in German: Strange Subjects by Emily Jeremiah (review)
  2. Christin Bohnke
  3. pp. 207-209
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  1. Ilija Trojanow ed. by Julian Preece (review)
  2. Michaela Trenner-Haberkorn
  3. pp. 209-212
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  1. Introduction: The Rise of the World Author from the Death of World Literature
  2. Rebecca Braun
  3. pp. 81-99
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