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History of German Literature. Modern and contemporary times


History of German Literature. Modern and contemporary times. Edited by: Markin, Alexander; Dmitrieva, Katja; Pavlova, Nina (2014). Moscow: Russian State University for Humanities Press.

Abstract

The book presents a history of modern and contemporary German literature, from the Baroque period (17th century) to present times. The book comprises articles on writers and poets, as well as theoretical essays about various literary genres and their evolutions; it expounds on cultural and social historical d foundations which served as a background to the evolution of a national literature and can explain its specifics. It also analyses the interaction and dialogue of various literary epochs within German literature.

The book presents a history of modern and contemporary German literature, from the Baroque period (17th century) to present times. The book comprises articles on writers and poets, as well as theoretical essays about various literary genres and their evolutions; it expounds on cultural and social historical d foundations which served as a background to the evolution of a national literature and can explain its specifics. It also analyses the interaction and dialogue of various literary epochs within German literature.

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Item Type:Edited Scientific Work
Communities & Collections:06 Faculty of Arts > English Department
Dewey Decimal Classification:820 English & Old English literatures
Language:Russian
Date:September 2014
Deposited On:13 Oct 2014 12:14
Last Modified:05 Apr 2016 18:24
Publisher:Russian State University for Humanities Press
Number of Pages:812
ISBN:978-5-7281-1576-2

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