Grillparzer's Libussa: The Tragedy of Separation

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Acknowledgments

This project, having lasted many years, owes much to many people, but in particular I wish to single out Prof. Ernst Wangermann ( Salzburg) for his freundliches Entgegenkommen, Dr. Wera Zelenka, Austrian Embassy, Ottawa, for her help in obtaining material, Bill McConnell for his patient typing of the many versions, and my family for their continued support and understanding.

The second chapter, " The Inescapable Paternal Legacy: Act One," contains a slightly enlarged version of an article entitled "Divisive Fore-play in the 'Vorspiel' of Grillparzer's Libussa" which appeared in the "Special Franz Grillparzer Issue" of Modern Austrian Literature 28 ( 1995): 169-188. The author wishes to thank the editor of Modern Austrian Literature for permission to reprint this essay.

A grant awarded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada enabled me to pursue this research interest in Vienna and collect much of the material needed to write this monograph.Needless to say, I am grateful to the Council for its vote of confidence.I should also like to express my gratitude to the Advisory Research Committee, Queen's University, for financial support to obtain some supplementary documents in Vienna.

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  • Grillparzer's Libussa - The Tragedy of Separation *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgments *
  • Introduction *
  • The Inescapable Paternal Legacy: Act One *
  • Cooperation/Integration Versus Competition / Separation: Act Two *
  • Likes Repel: Act Three *
  • Jockeying for Position and Apparent Reconciliation: Act Four *
  • The Final Separation(s): Act Five *
  • Conclusion: Variations on a Theme *
  • Notes *
  • Works Cited *
  • Index *
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