2 edition of Social ideas in German literature, 1770-1830. found in the catalog.
Social ideas in German literature, 1770-1830.
Ludwig W. Kahn
Reprint of 1st ed., ColumbiaUniversity Press, 1938.
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In the late s, a surge of historical novels about German colonialism in Africa and its previously neglected legacies hit the German literary scene. Accelerated by the centenary in of Germany’s colonial war in South-West Africa and the genocide of the Herero, this development has continued to the present, making colonialism an established theme.
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Main article: Weimar Classicism. Weimar Classicism (German “ Weimarer Klassik ” and “ Weimarer Klassizismus ”) is a cultural and literary movement of Europe, and its central ideas were originally propounded by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller during the period to Missing: Social ideas.
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Their literature was less burdened with the labor of coming to terms with the past, easier to consume, and therefore more successful on the global book market than German literature of previous decades had g: Social ideas.This book is intended in the first place, as the sub-title indicates, for the English student of German literature and thought.
Its main aim is to provide material for a sociological study of eighteenth-century German literature by describing the chief classes of society in that age, and the political and economic conditions under which they lived.