Modern German Poetry, 1910-1960

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents xi
  • Introduction xxi
  • Note on Dates. xliv
  • Else Lasker-Schüler 2
  • Karl Wolfskehl 10
  • Christian Morgenstern 14
  • August Stramm 20
  • Rainer Maria Rilke 24
  • Theodor Däubler 36
  • Wilhelm Lehmann 38
  • Joachim Ringelnatz 40
  • Ernst Stadler 44
  • Jakob Van Hoddis 48
  • Oskar Loerke 52
  • Hugo Ball 60
  • Gottfried Benn 64
  • Max Herrmann-Neisse 98
  • Albert Ehrenstein 102
  • Georg Trakl 106
  • Hans Arp 144
  • Georg Heym 152
  • Alfred Lichtenstein 164
  • Franz, Werfel 172
  • Klabund 174
  • Johannes R. Becher 180
  • Yvan Goll 186
  • Anton Schnack 196
  • Gertrud Kolmar 200
  • Albin Zollinger 208
  • Bertolt Brecht 212
  • Erich Kästner 240
  • Peter Huchel 244
  • Walter Bauer 252
  • Jesse Thoor 256
  • Werner Zemp 260
  • Wolfgang Weyrauch 264
  • Günter Eich 268
  • Franz Baermann Steiner 274
  • Rudolf Hagelstange 278
  • Hans Egon Holthusen 282
  • Karl Krolow 292
  • Christine Lavant 298
  • Christine Busta 302
  • Hans Werner Cohn 304
  • Rainer Brambach 310
  • Wolfdietrich Schnurre 314
  • Paul Celan 318
  • Helmut Heissenbüttel 328
  • Hans Carl Artmann 332
  • Erich Fried 336
  • Walter Höllerer 342
  • Heinz Piontek 346
  • Albert Arnold Scholl 356
  • Ingeborg Bachmann 360
  • Günter Grass 368
  • Hans Magnus Enzensberger 374
  • Wieland Schmied 382
  • Andreas Okopenko 386
  • Christoph Meckel 390
  • Notes on Authors 395
  • Index of First Lines 415
  • Index of Authors *
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