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Arminius or the Rise of a National Symbol in Literature : From Hutten to Grabbe

By: Kuehnemund, Richard

Part of the University of North Carolina Studies in Germanic Languages and Literature series
1469657732 / 9781469657738
Paperback / softback
30/05/2020
Stock expected by 17/06/2020
United States
152 x 229 mm 154 pages
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This volume provides an evaluation of the ideological significance of the Arminius trope in patriotic German literature.

Beginning with the German Humanists and ranging through the works of Hutten, Lohenstein, J.

E. Schlegel, Klopstock, Kleist, Grabbe and others. Kuehnemund tracks how Arminius has been deployed as a symbol of the German nation by major intellectual movements and at key points in German history leading up to the Second World War.

BIC:

DSB Literary studies: general, DSRC Literary companions, book reviews & guides

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