The German novel; studies.


[Toronto] University of Toronto Press [1956] .

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Subjects German fiction -- History and criticism.
German fiction.
Series Canadian university paperbacks.
Description 344 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1956]
Contents Part I: The Bildungsroman -- Ch 1: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe -- Wilhelm Meister -- Wihelm Meister's theatrical mission -- Wilhelm Meister's apprenticeship -- The unity of the novel -- Formal and systolic characteristics -- Ch 2: Gottfried Keller -- Green Heinrich -- Symbolical realism -- Form and style -- Ch 3: Adalbert Stifter -- Indian summer -- The story -- The limitations of scope -- Theme and form -- Ch 4: Thomas Mann -- The magic mountain -- Significant and symbolical realism -- Mann and the 'Bildungsroman' -- Part II: novelists -- Ch 5: Jeremias Gotthelf (1797-1854) -- The parson's aesthetic -- Gotthelf's religious outlook -- The principle of composition -- The technique of Gotthelf's realism -- Gotthelf and the European novel -- Ch 6: Wilhelm Raabe (1831-1910) -- Raabe's social attitude -- Artistic gropings -- Full maturity -- The story-teller -- Raabe's humour -- The limitations of Raabe's range -- Ch 7: Theodor Fontane (1819-98) -- The Berliner -- The historical novels -- The novels of contemporary Berlin -- Effi Briest -- Foutane's realism -- Ch 8: Franz Kafka (1883-1924) -- The problem of interpretation -- America -- The trail -- The castle -- Structure of Kafka's imaginative world -- Ch 9: Thomas Mann (1875-1955) -- The German problem -- Artist and bourgeois -- Mann the moralist-- Mann the writer -- Mann's representative position -- Ch 10: General characteristic of the German novel.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)6228215
(OCoLC)ocm06228215
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WorldCat Identities Pascal, Roy, 1904-
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