Lessing Yearbook

Author: Arno Schilson
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814331071
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Articles are in German or English. Essays in this volume explore a wide variety of subjects pertaining to class and gender, identity formation, and art in Lessing's work, as well as Lessing's philosphy on music and poetry.

Lessing Yearbook

Author: Richard E. Schade
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ISBN: 9780814328149
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The Lessing Yearbook, the official publication of the Lessing Society, is a valuable source of information on German culture, literature, and thought of the eighteenth century. Articles are in German or English.

2004 2005

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Publisher: Wallstein Verlag
ISBN: 9783892448860
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Der Verfasser tritt zunächst für eine exemplarisch belehrende Dichtkunst ein.2
Danach ist es die Aufgabe der Poesie, Lesern und Zuschauern Beispiele vor
Augen zu führen, die zwar nicht unmittelbar nachgeahmt Lessing Yearbook /
Jahrbuch 2004/2005, Vol. XXXVI werden, aber in einem allgemeineren Sinn auf
moralisches Handeln einstimmen Mart1n D1sselkamp Ein »Narr auf Charaktere«
: Literarische Charakterkonstitution zwischen moralischer Norm und
anthropologischer ...

Lessing Yearbook Xxvii

Author: Katharina Gerstenberger
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814326282
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This official publication of the Lessing Society, is a source of information on German culture, literature and thought in the 18th century.

Lessing Yearbook Xii 1980

Author: Richard E. Schade
Publisher: Wayne State University Press
ISBN: 9780814316818
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Lessing's. Drama. Denis. Jonnes. In "The Family as Fiction" I argue that the
controlling structure of abroad range of 18th-century dramas and narratives —
the literature of sentiment — is a model of the family consisting of six distinctive
features: (1) the family as an essentially isolated institutional unit which functions
as a retreat from what is represented as a hostile public sphere; (2) a father figure
characterized by his double role as victim in the public (economic, political)
sphere and as ...