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by Peter E. Carels

eBook The Satiric Treatise in Eighteenth-Century Germany (German Studies in America) epub
  • ISBN: 326101931X
  • Author: Peter E. Carels
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1977)
  • Pages: 170 pages
  • ePUB size: 1788 kb
  • FB2 size 1462 kb
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The Satiric Treatise in Eighteenth-Century Germany. German Studies in America.

The Satiric Treatise in Eighteenth-Century Germany. Series: German Studies in America. In Germany during the 18th Century several prose satires were produced that resembled each other in their basic fiction: they all pretended to be sober disquisitions on matters of scholarly concern. The writers in each case achieved their satiric effect by perverting the various formal conventions expected of the learned author.

Bibliographic Details. Title: Eight Eighteenth Century Reading Societies:. 1. Eight Eighteenth Century Reading Societies: A Sociological Contribution to the History of German Literature. Milstein, Barney M. Published by Herbert Lang, Berne (1972).

From the 1680s to 1789, Germany comprised many small territories which were parts of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation. Prussia finally emerged as dominant. Meanwhile, the states developed a classical culture that found its greatest expression in the Enlightenment, with world class leaders such as philosophers Leibniz and Kant, writers such as Goethe and Schiller, and musicians Bach and Beethoven.

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The German Concerto: Five Eighteenth-Century Studies.

Start by marking German Pietism During the Eighteenth Century as Want to Read .

Start by marking German Pietism During the Eighteenth Century as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. German Pietism During. by F. Ernest Stoeffler.

This book discusses the growth of the German economy in the nineteenth century. Chapter Two A Quantitative Overview of Germany’s Economic Expansion in the Nineteenth Century.

German literature about America has consistently occupied a marginal position in both German and American studies. This study attempts an overall interpretation of such nineteenth-century literature by charting its most significant narratives

German literature about America has consistently occupied a marginal position in both German and American studies. This study attempts an overall interpretation of such nineteenth-century literature by charting its most significant narratives. Narratives are thus shown to be embedded and generated in a bicultural or multicultural setting derived from historical givens as German literature about America has consistently occupied a marginal position in both German and American studies.

On the German book trade in the United States, see Hruschka, John, How Books . German-Lutherans and the Federal Constitution in Pennsylvania, 1789–1800, Amerikastudien, America Studies 34 (1989): 49–68.

On the German book trade in the United States, see Hruschka, John, How Books Came to America: The Rise of the American Book Trade (University Park: Pennsylvania State University, 2012), 37–48, 70–83, 95–109. The German universities and their general place in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Germany receive a superb treatment in McClelland, Charles . State, Society, and University in Germany 1700–1914 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980).

In Germany during the 18th Century several prose satires were produced that resembled each other in their basic fiction: they all pretended to be sober disquisitions on matters of scholarly concern. The writers in each case achieved their satiric effect by perverting the various formal conventions expected of the learned author. This study examines the wide range of distortive techniques employed by the satirists Liscow, Rabener, Riedel and Hess (among others) in order to define the parameters and suggest the course of development of this unique genre.
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