Modern German Literature, 1880-1950

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MODERN GERMAN LITERATURE 1880-1950

JETHRO BITHELL, M.A.

Formerly Reader in German, University of London

LONDON METHUEN & CO LTD 36 ESSEX STREET · STRAND · WC2.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface ix
  • Preface x
  • Preface To the Third Edition xi
  • I - Naturalism 1
  • II - The Dramatists Of Naturalism 24
  • III - Humorists, Satirists, Satanists and Visionaries 54
  • IV - The Novel of Naturalism And Decadence 75
  • V - From Bahr to Dehmel 86
  • VI - Stefan George And His Circle 122
  • VII - Rilke 159
  • VIII - Hugo Von Hofmannsthal 210
  • IX - The Neo-Romantic And Austrian Dramatists 228
  • X - Cosmic Impressionists And Epic Infinities 242
  • XI - Neo-Classicism 251
  • XII - The Novel Of Impressionism 279
  • XIII - The Women Writers 321
  • XIV - The Regional Novel 346
  • XV - The Novel Of Expressionism 359
  • XVI - Exotic Literature And the Colonial Novel 377
  • XVII - The Historical Novel 381
  • XVIII - The Drama Of Expressionism 388
  • XIX - Phases of Lyric Poetry 417
  • XX - The Literature Of Race and Soil 427
  • XXI - Philosophers and Sophists 441
  • XXII - Existentialism And Surrealism, Political And Religious Phases 448
  • XXIII - Post-War Austrian Writers 502
  • XXIV - The New Verse 536
  • Bibliography 555
  • Index 571
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