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Hofmannsthal Jahrbuch: Zur europäischen Moderne 24 ed. by Maximilian Bergengruen (review)

Hofmannsthal Jahrbuch: Zur europäischen Moderne 24 ed. by Maximilian Bergengruen (review) Reviews | 119 abstract and insuffi ciently theatrical (203). We also are provided with docu- mentation that Grillparzer was also deeply aware of comic traditions in world theater, having even visited theaters in Paris and London. In following this course, Lacheny has writt en an eloquent, accessible work— made even more accessible by an extended German- language sum- mary/appendix of almost fi ft y pages. Th is addendum is specially tailored for that German audience: he even changes his subtitle, moving from the term dramaturgie canonique allemande to Klassik, showing sensitivity to national scholarly programs. Th is monograph is also incredibly learned in its com- mand of well over a century’s worth of theater writing and important for its broad engagement with European theater history and criticism— any Germa- nist or Austrianist taking up theatrical texts in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries would be well advised to use Lacheny ’s work as an entry point, both in content and methodology. Lacheny sets the bar at a new height, as he demonstrates scholars’ need to consider theatrical texts within their various functions and networks (trans- national performances, commerce, audience expectations). In this magisteri- al volume, Lacheny has opened up a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Austrian Studies uni_neb

Hofmannsthal Jahrbuch: Zur europäischen Moderne 24 ed. by Maximilian Bergengruen (review)

Journal of Austrian Studies , Volume 51 (1) – Jul 20, 2018

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Reviews | 119 abstract and insuffi ciently theatrical (203). We also are provided with docu- mentation that Grillparzer was also deeply aware of comic traditions in world theater, having even visited theaters in Paris and London. In following this course, Lacheny has writt en an eloquent, accessible work— made even more accessible by an extended German- language sum- mary/appendix of almost fi ft y pages. Th is addendum is specially tailored for that German audience: he even changes his subtitle, moving from the term dramaturgie canonique allemande to Klassik, showing sensitivity to national scholarly programs. Th is monograph is also incredibly learned in its com- mand of well over a century’s worth of theater writing and important for its broad engagement with European theater history and criticism— any Germa- nist or Austrianist taking up theatrical texts in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries would be well advised to use Lacheny ’s work as an entry point, both in content and methodology. Lacheny sets the bar at a new height, as he demonstrates scholars’ need to consider theatrical texts within their various functions and networks (trans- national performances, commerce, audience expectations). In this magisteri- al volume, Lacheny has opened up a

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Published: Jul 20, 2018

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