The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory
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The Germanic Review delivers the best of international scholarship in German studies. With contributors representing leading research institutions in the United States, Canada, France, Great Britain, Australia, and Germany, the journal features peer-reviewed articles on German literature and culture, as well as reviews of the latest books in the field. Most articles appear in English, although each year a few are entirely in German. Issues discuss prominent German artists and intellectuals; German national character; and German identity and historical memory. German scholars and students appreciate The Germanic Review’s analyses of German literature, culture, and theory, as well as the lives of German authors.
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Volume 97, Issue 1 is now available online:
Introduction: Friedrich Hölderlin's "Communism of Spirits"
Communism of Spirits
Friedrich Hölderlin. Translated by Joseph Albernaz and David Brazil
The Missing Word of History: Hölderlin and "Communism"
Hugo von Hofmannsthal and the Color of Classicism
Martha's Melancholia: Racial and Sexual Trauma in Gertrud Kolmar's Die Jüdische Mutter (1931)
Mythos and Pathos: Herakles in Peter Weiss's The Aesthetics of Resistance
On the Possibility of Poetic Embodiment: Articulatory Gesture in Paul Celan's "Offene Glottis"
The Play World: Toys, Texts, and the Transatlantic German Childhood (Patricia Anne Simpson)
Langsame Katastrophen. Eine Poetik der Erdgeschichte (Oliver Völker)
Geschichten zerstören. Antinarrative Prosa in der österreichischen Literatur des 20. Jahrhunderts (Viktor Konitzer)
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