5 edition of German Literature, Jewish Critics found in the catalog.
January 1, 2002
by Camden House
Written in English
|Contributions||Stephen D. Dowden (Editor), Meike G. Werner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
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There, close to midnight, Joseph Goebbels himself showed up to address a crowd that has been estimated at 40, His speech was also broadcast live on radio. "German men and women,” he proclaimed, “The age of excessive Jewish intellectualism has come to an end The future German man will not just be a man of books, but a man of : David B. Green. For generations of German-speaking Jews, the works of Goethe and Schiller epitomized the world of European high culture, a realm that Jews actively participated in as both readers and consumers. Yet from the s on, Jews writing in German also produced a vast corpus of popular fiction that was explicitly Jewish in content, audience, and function. Middlebrow Literature and the Making of.
Some say Walser cynically exploits anti-Semitism to sell books. Alfred Schobert, a researcher at the Duisberg Institute for Linguistics and Social Research, said he was disturbed by references in the book to the "Jewish critic" being fond of little German girls, calling it a stereotype that appears in Hitler's "Mein Kampf.". An area of significant Jewish influence that is closely related to literature is twentieth century linguistics and language-based philosophy and criticism, which has been described by the eminent literary critic George Steiner as perhaps the century's "most important intellectual achievement outside the physical and mathematical sciences (with.
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Jewish Critics and German Literature in the Public Sphere: A Response to Ritchie Robertson - David Suchoff Reviews The editors, Meike Werner and Steve Dowden, and their contributors, are to be commended for providing not only a retrospective assessment of the relationship of German Literature and Jewish critics, but also for German Literature new Jewish Critics book about the future development of research in this.
The conference did not really focus on the subject of this book's title, German literature and Jewish critics. That topic is extraordinarily extensive, spanning. Dedicated to exploring the diverse ways Jewish critics from Ludwig Geiger to Marcel Reich-Ranicki have shaped approaches to German literature both within and outside the academy, German Literature, Jewish Critics opens up crucial windows into.
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95, No. 4 (Fall ) STEPHEN D. DOWDEN AND MEIKE G. WERNER, eds. German Literature, Jewish Critics. Studies in German Literature, Linguistics, and Culture. Biblical and Hebraic Influences. Before the Aufklaerung (Age of Enlightenment), Jewish influences in German literature were essentially biblical and Hebraic.
The medieval miracle or mystery plays, in Germany as in England and France, dramatized Old Testament themes and treated the Hebrew patriarchs with reverence, but the "passion plays" based on the New Testament made the post-biblical.
The Jewish Question in German Literature, is an erudite and searching literary study of the uneasy position of the Jews in Germany and Austria from the first pleas for Jewish emancipation during the Enlightenment to the eve of the Holocaust.
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