Literature & Fiction / Literary Criticism / The German novel studies by Roy Pascal Roy Pascal Manchester University Press 1968 reprint of the 1956 first edition: maroon cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: approximately 5.5 x 9nches tall: 344 pages including index. Synopsis: a study of the German novel between 1797 and 1955. Contents:chapters entitled as follows:  Part One  The Bildungsroman. (1. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe  Wilhelm Meister. Wilhelm Meister's theatrical mission. Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship. The unity of the novel. Formal and stylistic characteristics. 2. Gottfried Keller.  Green Heinrich. Symbolic realism. Form and style. 3. Adalbert Stifter  Indian summer. The story. The limitations of scope. Theme and form. 4. Thomas Mann  The Magic Mountain. Significant and symbolic realism. Man and the "Bildungroman"). Part Two   Novelists (5. Jeremias Gotthelf (1797  1854). 6. Wilhelm Raabe (1831  1910). 7. Theodore Fontane (1819  98) 8. Franz Kafka (1883  1924). 9. Thomas Mann (1875  1955).) General characteristics of the German novel. Notes. Appendix. Index. Condition: no dust jacket: endpapers slightly foxed: very clean and good overall used books
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  • Book Title: The German novel studies
  • Author: Roy Pascal
  • ISBN: MW00031975
  • Publisher: Manchester University Press
  • Year Published: 1968
  • Our Normal Price: £22.00 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Manchester University Press 1968 reprint of the 1956 first edition: maroon cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: approximately 5.5 x 9nches tall: 344 pages including index. Synopsis: a study of the German novel between 1797 and 1955. Contents:chapters entitled as follows: Part One The Bildungsroman. (1. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Wilhelm Meister. Wilhelm Meister's theatrical mission. Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship. The unity of the novel. Formal and stylistic characteristics. 2. Gottfried Keller. Green Heinrich. Symbolic realism. Form and style. 3. Adalbert Stifter Indian summer. The story. The limitations of scope. Theme and form. 4. Thomas Mann The Magic Mountain. Significant and symbolic realism. Man and the "Bildungroman"). Part Two Novelists (5. Jeremias Gotthelf (1797 1854). 6. Wilhelm Raabe (1831 1910). 7. Theodore Fontane (1819 98) 8. Franz Kafka (1883 1924). 9. Thomas Mann (1875 1955).) General characteristics of the German novel. Notes. Appendix. Index. Condition: no dust jacket: endpapers slightly foxed: very clean and good overall
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  • Binding: Hardback
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