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German influence in the English romantic period, 1788-1818
Frank Woodyer Stokoe
|Statement||with special reference to Scott, Coleridge, Shelley and Byron.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 202 p.|
|Number of Pages||202|
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Author: F. Stokoe. this book examines the extent to which interest in German literature in England grew immediately before and during the German influence in the English romantic period period, and the impact that German writers had on English authors of the time.
This book will be German influence in the English romantic period value to anyone. Writing in an Age of Europhobia (Palgrave, ) themselves, despite foregrounding the influence of the English ballad-tradition, are clearly indebted to contemporary continental authors, German Influence in the English Romantic Period (Cambridge: CUP, ).File Size: KB.
and accessible to those who knew no German" (The German Idea: Four English Writers and the Reception of German Thought, [Cambridge, ], p.
22). See also Frederic Ewen, The Prestige of Schiller in England, (New York, ); F. Stokoe, German Influence in the English Romantic Period, (New York, ). 7/ Ewen. This chapter argues on the basis of several constellations of writers that British Romanticism, far from being Europhobic, drew strength from direct contact with Continental sources.
The term ‘romantic’ itself, as contrasted with ‘classical’, gained a new inflection through the Schlegel brothers’ works. In Weimar inHenry Crabb Robinson presented lectures on German aesthetics Author: James Vigus. See Schirmer, See also F. Stokoe, German Influence in the English Romantic Period, (Cambridge, ), 80, 85, and Violet Stockley, German Literature as Kneyum in England, (London, ), 12 See The Table Talk and OmnianŒ of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, ed.
Ashe (London, ), German Influence in the English Romantic Periodwith special reference to Scott, Coleridge, Shelley and Byron. By F. STOKOE. x + + 5 appendices and bibliog-raphies. Cambridge University Press, The account of the.
English romantic poets with Germany has never been finally settled. The indebtedness of individual authors. German influence in the English romantic period, with special reference to Scott, Coleridge, Kindred spirits, interrelations and affinities between the romantic novels of England and Germany ( German Influence in the English Romantic Period, With special reference to Scott, Coleridge, Shelley, and Byron.
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German Influence in the English Romantic Period New York: Russell. Although Cobb concludes that Poe could read German with ease, he notes the great number of translations and critical essays available in English during this period.
For a full discussion of German literature then available in translation in America, as well as for a full discussion (including the arguments of Cobb, Belden, Gruener, and others.
All citations from contemporary British reviews of German works can be found reprinted in Boening: Reception of Classical German Literature in England.
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