SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
GUNDOLF FRIEDRICH George 1920
WOLTERS FRIEDRICH Stefan George und die Blätter für die Kunst 1930
DUTHIE EDNA LOWRIE L'Influence du Symbolisme français dans le Renouveau Poétique de l'Allemagne 1933
LACTIMANN EDUARD Die ersten Bücher Stefan Georges 1933
KOCH WILLI Stefan George -- Weltbild, Natur­ bild, Menschenbild 1933
MORWITZ ERNST Die Dichtung Stefan Georges 1934
LEPSIUS SABINE Stefan George, Geschichte einer Freundschaft 1935
MAIER HANS ALBERT Stefan George und Thomas Mann, zwei Formen des dritten Huma­ nismus 1946
SALIN EDGAR Um Stefan George 1948
JAIME EDWARD Stefan George und die Weltliteratur 1949
BOEHRINGER ROBERT Mein Bild von Stefan George 1951
ASSECK-STANSBERG LENI Stefan George -- Gestalt und Werk 1951

IN ENGLISH
BUTLER E. M The Tyranny of Greece over Germany (Chapter 8) 1935
BOWRA SIR MAURICE The Heritage of Symbolism (Chapter -- Stefan George) 1943

TRANSLATIONS INTO ENGLISH
SCOTT CYRIL MAIER Selected Poems 1910
VALHOPE AND MORWITZ Selected Poems 1944

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 7
  • Introduction 9
  • I 11
  • II 18
  • III 20
  • IV 26
  • V 31
  • VI 45
  • VII 56
  • Appendix 59
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