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Title Germany : beyond the enchanted forest ; a literary anthology / edited by Brian Melican.
Publication Northampton, Massachusetts : Interlink Books, 2014.
Edition First American edition.
Description 1 online resource (xx, 240 pages) : illustrations.
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Call # eBOOK
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-230) and index.
Contents Of Saxons and Saxe-Coburg-Gothas ; From rustic to regimented -- Triple Dutch : Teutons, Alemans, and Germans, 1589-1700. At the birth of travel writing ; Germany : a new word for an old place ; Henry Wotton, letters ; Fynes Moryson, an itinerary ; Thomas Coryate, Coryat's crudities ; John Taylor, Taylor his travels -- From Berlin to Coswig : new pomp and old squalor, 1700-1800. Men of letters ; Petty princes and courageous kings ; Joseph Addison, letters ; Mary Wortley Montagu, letters ; David Hume, letters ; James Boswell, the journal of his German and Swiss travels ; David Garrick, letters ; Nathaniel Wraxall, memoirs of the courts of Berlin, Dresden, Warsaw, and Vienna ; John Moore, a view of society and manners in France, Switzerland and Germany -- The call of the "Kulturnation" : Germany and the Romantics, 1787-1817. The first Germanophiles ; Great men in mediocre surroundings ; Dorothy and William Wordsworth, letters ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge, letters ; Henry Crabb Robinson, letters ; Mary Wollstonecraft-Shelley and Percy Bysshe-Shelley, history of a six weeks' tour ; Mary Wollstonecraft-Shelley, Frankenstein; or, the modern Prometheus -- Echoes of Goethe : on the eve of Bismarck, 1820-1860. From worthy learners to merciless satirists ; The last nap of the "sleepy" Germans ; William Meredith, A tour to the Rhine ; William Makepeace Thackeray, letters ; Francis Bond Head, Bubbles from the Brunnens of Nassau, by an old man ; Thomas Hood, letters ; Thomas Hood, Up the Rhine ; Elisabeth Gaskell, letters ; Herman Melville, journal of a tour to London and the continent ; George Eliot, letters -- The "German" replaces Germans : the rise of jingoism, 1860-1900. Funny foreigners-- and funny English-speakers ; Enchanted forests and Prussian soldiers ; Henry James, letters ; Mark Twain, A tramp abroad ; Thomas Stevens, Around the world on a bicycle ; Albert Morris Bagby, Miss Träumerei ; Jerome K. Jerome, Three men on the Bummel -- Close connections and opposing policies, 1900-1920. Masterpieces of English literature about Germany ; Germans : Lucullans against Draconians ; D.H. Lawrence, The Prussian officer ; T.S. Eliot, letters ; Evelyn Princess Blücher, An English wife in Berlin ; Ford Madox Ford, The good soldier ; Joseph Conrad, Notes on life and letters ; Robert Graves, Goodbye to all that -- From 1920s Bohemia to 1930s Germania, 1925-1935. The Weimar Republic : from zenith to nadir ; Delayed publication ; Stephen Spender, The temple ; Christopher Isherwood, Goodbye to Berlin ; Gerald Hamilton, Mr. Norris and I ; Patrick Leigh Fermor, A time for gifts ; Martha Dodd, My years in Germany ; Unity Mitford, letters -- Writing through the Nazi stronghold, 1935-1939. Diaries and columns ; Germanophiles in the shadow of censorship ; Virginia Woolf, diary ; Samuel Beckett, German diaries ; Thomas Wolfe, I have a thing to tell you ; W.E.B. Dubois, Forum of fact and opinion (Pittsburgh Courier) ; Richard Hillary, The last enemy ; William Shirer, Berlin diary : the journal of a foreign correspondent -- From the darkest hour to "Stunde Null," 1940-1950. Journalist, civilians, combatants ; Rabid Nazis and reluctant soldiers ; Howard K. Smith, Last train from Berlin ; Harry Flannery, Assignment to Berlin ; Michael Burn, Yes, farewell ; Christabel Bielenberg, The past is myself ; Evelyn Waugh, diary ; Michael Howard, Otherwise occupied -- Spy fiction and the state of the nation, 1950-1983. Observers of the new Germany ; From excitement to routine ; Tony Benn, diaries ; Anthony Sampson, The new Europeans ; Leon Uris, Armageddon ; John le Carré, The spy who came in from the cold ; Harry Flannery, Which way Germany? ; Patricia Highsmith, The boy who followed Ripley ; Bob Larson, Your Swabian neighbours ; Len Deighton, Berlin game -- A dying dictatorship and instant "ostalgia," 1982-1999. Caught by surpirse in 1989 ; The return of light-heartedness ; Gordon Craig, The Germans ; John Ardagh, Germany and the Germans ; Michael Skinner, USAREUR : the United States Army in Europe ; Bill Bryson, Neither here nor there ; Dave Rimmer, Once upon a time in the east ; Timothy Garton Ash, The file -- Berlin hype, globalization, and the role of history, 2000- .Academics, journalist, authors ; Robert Ford, Rhapsody ; James Carroll, Secret father ; Steven Ozment, A mighty fortress : a new history of the German people ; Michael Gorra, The bells in their silence : travels through Germany ; Roger Boyes, A year in the Scheisse ; Ben Donald, Springtime for Germany ; Anna Winger, This must be the place ; Philip Kerr, A quiet flame ; Ingrid Anders, Earth to Kat Vespucci ; Esi Edugyan, Half-blood blues.
Of Saxons and Saxe-Coburg-Gothas ; From rustic to regimented -- Triple Dutch : Teutons, Alemans, and Germans, 1589-1700 -- From Berlin to Coswig : new pomp and old squalor, 1700-1800 -- The call of the Kulturnation : Germany and the Romantics, 1787-1817 -- Echoes of Goethe : on the eve of Bismarck, 1820-1860 -- The "German" replaces Germans : the rise of jingoism, 1860-1900 -- Close connections and opposing policies, 1900-1920 -- From 1920s Bohemia to 1930s Germania, 1925-1935 -- Writing through the Nazi stronghold, 1935-1939 -- From the darkest hour to Stunde Null, 1940-1950 -- Spy fiction and the state of the nation, 1950-1983 -- A dying dictatorship and instant "ostalgia," 1982-1999 -- Berlin hype, globalization, and the role of history, 2000- .
Note Print version record.
Subject Travel writing -- Germany.
Germany -- Literary collections.
Travel writing. (OCoLC)fst01155681
Germany. (OCoLC)fst01210272
LITERARY CRITICISM / European / German.
Genre Literary collections. (OCoLC)fst01423811
Electronic books.
Addl. Author Melican, Brian.
OverDrive, Inc.
Related To Print version: Germany. First American edition 9781566569682 (DLC) 2014003547 (OCoLC)870439182
ISBN 9781623710545 electronic bk.
1623710545 electronic bk.

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