2 edition of spirit of modern German literature found in the catalog.
spirit of modern German literature
|Statement||by Ludwig Lewisohn.|
|LC Classifications||PT395 .L45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||145 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||145|
|LC Control Number||17002716|
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The Spirit of Modern German Literature: Lectures Delivered Before, the University of Wisconsin (Classic Reprint) Paperback – J byAuthor: Ludwig Lewisohn. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
National Emergency The spirit of modern German literature; by Lewisohn, Ludwig, Publication date Topics German literature Pages: Get this from a library. The spirit of modern German literature: lectures delivered before the University of Wisconsin.
[Ludwig Lewisohn]. This small volume is not polemical in spirit or intention. When, however, through the kindness of my friend Professor A.
Hohlfeld, the University of Wisconsin invited me to lecture on some phase of modern German literature, an appropriate opportunity seemed provided for recalling to the calmer and more reflective among us the true character of the clearest self-expression of modern. Allowing duly, then, for the enormously in- creased complexity of the social and psychical ii8 MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE life of our age, what real difference is there be- tween the two-fold spirit of Goethe — mastery of fact and the transmuting of fact into higher values by free personalities — and the two-fold spirit of modern German literature^ For in it we find on the one hand: naturalism.
F.C. Delius (trans. Jamie Bulloch) pages in one sentence by one of Germany’s most respected writers. The author’s mother is pregnant in fascist Rome inand Delius imagines her naïve.
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