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Author: Todd Kontje
ISBN: 1571133224
Pages: 420 pages
Publisher: Camden House; 1st edition (July 16, 2002)
Language: English
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e-Book A Companion to German Realism 1848-1900 (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture) epub download

by Todd Kontje



The introduction situates German realism in the context of both German literary history and of developments . A Companion to German Realism, 1848-1900 (Studies in German Literature) (Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture).

The introduction situates German realism in the context of both German literary history and of developments in other European literatures, and surveys the most prominent critical studies of ninteenth-century realism. 1571133224 (ISBN13: 9781571133229).

Series: Studies in German Literature Linguistics and Culture. This volume of new essays by leading scholars treats a representative sampling of German realist prose from the period 1848 to 1900, the period of its dominance of the German literary landscape. It includes essays on familiar, canonical authors - Stifter, Freytag, Raabe, Fontane, Thomas Mann - and canonical texts, but also considers writers frequently omitted from traditional literary histories, such as Luise Mühlbach, Friedrich Spielhagen, Louise von François, Karl May, and Eugenie Marlitt. German realism of the nineteenth century has a bad reputation.

A Companion to German Realism 1848-1900 . A Companion to German Realism 1848-1900. Publisher: Boydell & Brewer. Online publication date: April 2017. Print publication year: 2002. The introduction situates German realism in the context of both German literary history and of developments in other European literatures, and surveys the most prominent critical studies of ninteenth-century realism.

Todd Kontje is professor of German at the University of California, San .

Todd Kontje is professor of German at the University of California, San Diego. A Companion to German Realism, 1848-1900 Camden House companion volumes Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture.

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Kontje, Todd, ed. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2002. It is notable for its welcome focus on national identity and on marginalized voices (particularly same-sex and female desire, criticism of colonial expansion, "trivial" literature) as they are expressed in the second half of the nineteenth century under the auspices of an ostensibly "realistic" literary representation.

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This volume of new essays by leading scholars treats a representative sampling of German realist prose from the period 1848 to 1900, the period of its dominance of the German literary landscape. It includes essays on familiar, canonical authors -- Stifter, Freytag, Raabe, Fontane, Thomas Mann -- and canonical texts, but also considers writers frequently omitted from traditional literary histories, such as Luise Mühlbach, Friedrich Spielhagen, Louise von François, Karl May, and Eugenie Marlitt. The introduction situates German realism in the context of both German literary history and of developments in other European literatures, and surveys the most prominent critical studies of ninteenth-century realism. The essays treat the following topics: Stifter's Brigitta and the lesson of realism; Mühlbach, Ranke, and the truth of historical fiction; regional histories as national history in Freytag's Die Ahnen; gender and nation in Louise von François's historical fiction; theory, reputation, and the career of Friedrich Spielhagen; Wilhelm Raabe and the German colonial experience; the poetics of work in Freytag, Stifter, and Raabe; Jewish identity in Berthold Auerbach's novels; Eugenie Marlitt's narratives of virtuous desire; the appeal of Karl May in the Wilhelmine Empire; Thomas Mann's portrayal of male-male desire in his early short fiction; and Fontane's Effi Briest and the end of realism. Contributors: Robert C. Holub, Brent O. Petersen, Lynne Tatlock, Thomas C. Fox, Jeffrey L. Sammons, John Pizer, Hans J. Rindisbacher, Irene S. Di Maio, Kirsten Belgum, Nina Berman, Robert Tobin, Russell A. Berman. Todd Kontje is professor of German at the University of California, San Diego.