Life's Golden Tree: Essays in German Literature from the Renaissance to Rilke

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Professor Thomas Kerth, Thomas Kerth, George C. Schoolfield
Camden House, 1996 - 282 pages
The essays in this volume, contributed by well-known Germanists and those working in the field of comparative literature, take fresh looks at key figures and issues in German literary and cultural studies, from the medieval to the post-modernist period.
 

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Contents

Sibylle Schwarz and die Art der Buhler
15
Above it All with Balde
56
On Rsearching the Literary Life of the Town
101
The Production of Emblems in Nuremberg ca 16501680
115
Gleich Opfergerüchen Parzenlied
141
The German Lyric in the Age of Poetic Realism
171
Is That Man a Hunter or a Shepherd?
201
Time in Margot Scharpenbergs Poetry
225
Translations of Rilkes Tenth Duino Elegy 19391993
245
Bibliography of Works Consulted
259
Index
279
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