German Studies LITERATURE, 1830-1880 By JOHN GUTHRIE, Fellow of New Hall, University of Cambridge I. GENERAL REFERENCE WORKS AND GENERAL STUDIES. An excellent account of our period is provided in the 'Metzler Literaturgeschichte', now in its third edition: Deutsche Literaturgeschichte. Von den Anfringen bis zur Gegenwart, 3rd revd ed., Stuttgart, Metzler, 622 pp. This literary history combines continuous elegant prose with convenient side headings, ample quotations from primary texts, and a vast number of illustrations. The authors keep the relationship between literature and society continually in mind. Our period is covered in c. 100 pages under the headings 'Vormarz' and 'Realismus und Griinderzeit'. It is also covered (under the headings 'Biedermeier-Vormarz' and 'Biir gerlicher Realismus') in the same space in Epochen der deutschen Literatur, ed. Joachim Bark, Dietrich Steinbach, and Hildegard Wittenberg, Stuttgart, Klett, 788 pp. This is the 'Gesamtausgabe', bringing together the volumes devoted to individual periods already published separately. It will be of use to students seeking orientation and an overview. It deals with 'Epochenprobleme' and general tendencies, and places authors in context. Hermann Glaser, Jakob Lehmann, and Amos Lubos, Wege der deutschen Literatur, 2 vols, Berlin, Ullstein, 700, 656 pp., is a reworked and enlarged edition
The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies – Brill
Published: Mar 13, 1990
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