Literary symbolism; a symposium.

; University of Texas. Department of Germanic Languages
Austin, Published for the Dept. of Germanic Languages of the University of Texas by the University of Texas Press [1965] .

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Other Authors University of Texas. Department of Germanic Languages.
Subjects German literature -- History and criticism.
German literature.
LitteĢrature allemande.
Simbolismo en la literatura.
Symbolism in literature.
Description 144 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Lectures presented at the fifth annual symposium of the Dept. of Germanic Languages of the University of Texas, held in the fall of 1963.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Introduction: symbolism, by H. Rehder. -- The stony idiom of the brain: symbolic manipulation of language in literature, by W.P. Lehmann. -- Vinegar and water: allegory and symbolism in the Germann novelle between Keller and Bergengruen, by H.H.H. Remak. -- Symbolism and the linguistic paradox: reflections on Goethe's world view, by A.O. Jaszi. -- Two mountain scenes in Novalis and the question of symbolic style, by J.C. Middleton. -- Abstract lyrics of expressionism: end or transformation of the symbol? By R. Brinkman.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)292183
(OCoLC)ocm00292183
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WorldCat Identities Rehder, Helmut, 1905-1977,
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