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Essays on German literature in honour of G. Joyce Hallamore
Hallamore, G. Joyce (Gertrude Joyce)
Publication Information:
[Toronto] : published in association with the University of British Columbia by University of Toronto Press [1968]

Physical Description:
viii, 255 pages : portrait ; 24 cm
The votive mass of the Holy Spirit in middle high German Literature, by E. Egert.--Allegory and symbol in Hartmann's Gregorius, by R. Picozzi.--Opitz' Schäfferey von der Nimfen Hercinie in seventeenth-century literature, by U. Maché.--Poetic imagination and external reality in Tieck: from divergence to convergence, by R. Belgardt.--The grotesque in Barlach's works: towards an understanding of his world, by B. R. Anderson.--Narrator and narrative in Goethe's Die Wahlverwandtschaften, by G. Marahrens.--Ferdinand Raimund's Gutenstein poems, by F. Kriigel.--The tailor and the sweeper: a new look at Wilhelm Raabe, by M. G. Stankiewicz.--The professing Christian and the ironic humanist: a comment on the relationship of Alfred Döblin and Thomas Mann after 1933, by A.W. Riley.--Myth and morality: reflections on Thomas Mann's Doktor Faustus, by L.L. Miller.--Das Gestische and the poetry of Brecht, by G.L. Tracy.--Observations on Otto Flake, by H. Boeschenstein.
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