Oxford German Studies 35.1

Edited by Nigel F. Palmer and T. J. Reed

Oxford German Studies 35.1

Modern Humanities Research Association and Maney Publishing

30 May 2006  •  78pp


Contents:

3-20
Historische Situierung, Exemplarizität und Wahrscheinlichkeit. Zur Beglaubigung in Georg Wickrams Romanen
Stefanie Schmitt
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21-33
Global Intimations: Cultural Geography in Buddenbrooks, Tonio Kröger, and Der Tod in Venedig
Elizabeth Boa
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34-44
‘Getting Better All The Time’: The Relationship between Thomas Mann and Oskar Maria Graf
John Margetts
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45-54
‘Der König Hat Geweint’: Loneliness, Eros, and Caritas in Thomas Mann
T. J. Reed
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55-65
Sacrifice and Sacrament in Der Zauberberg
Ritchie Robertson
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66-78
Stealing Büchner’s Characters? Leonce und Lena in East Berlin
Laura Bradley
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