Goethe Yearbook 23 (2016)

Articles:
  1. Jane K. Brown, “Building Bridges: Goethe’s Fairy-Tale Aesthetics.” 1-17.
  2. Frederick Amrine, “Goethe as Mystagogue.” 19-39.
  3. Jocelyn Holland, “Observing Neutrality, circa 1800.” 41-57.
  4. Wendy C. Nielsen, “Goethe, Faust, and Motherless Creations.” 59-75.
  5. Lauren Nossett, “Impossible Ideals: Reconciling Virginity and Maternity in Goethe’s Werther.” 77-93.
  6. John H. Smith, “Kant, Calculus, Consciousness, and the Mathematical Infinite in Us.” 95-121.
  7. Eleanor Ter Horst, “The Classical Aesthetics of Schlegel’s Lucinde.” 123-140.

Special Section on Visual Culture in the Goethezeit

  1. Joel B. Lande, “Acquaintance with Color: Prolegomena to a Study of Goethe’s Zur Farbenlehre.” 143-169.
  2. Gabrielle Bersier, “‘Hamiltonian-Hendelian’ Mimoplastics and Tableau of the Underworld: The Visual Aesthetics of Goethe’s 1815 Proserpina Production.” 171-194.
  3. Beate Allert, “J. W. Goethe and C. G. Carus: On the Representation of Nature in Science and Art.” 195-219.
  4. Catriona Macleod, “Brentano’s Remains: Visual and Verbal Bricolage in Gockel, Hinkel und Gackeleia (1838).” 221-243.
  5. Tanvi Solanki, “A Book of Living Paintings: Tableaux Vivants in Goethe’s Die Wahlverwandtschaften (1809).” 245-270.
Book Reviews:
  1. Faust: A Tragedy; Parts One and Two, Fully Revised. Trans. Martin Greenberg. Introduction by W. Daniel Wilson. (Christopher R. Clason). 271-272.
  2. Lotte meine Lotte: Die Briefe von Goethe an Charlotte von Stein, 1776–1786 by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and: Der Briefschreiber Goethe by Albrecht Schöne. (Elizabeth Powers). 273-276.
  3. Goethe: Kunstwerk des Lebens, Biographie by Rüdiger Safranski. (Elizabeth Powers). 276-279.Goethes Erotica und die Weimarer “Zensoren.” by W. Daniel Wilson. (Ehrhard Bahr). 279-281.
  4. Goethe, der Merkantilismus und die Inflation: Zum ökonomischen Wissen und Handeln Goethes und seiner Figuren by Heike Knortz and Beate Laudenberg. (William H. Carter). 281-282.
  5. Wanderers Verstummen, Goethes Schweigen, Fausts Tragödie; oder, Die große Transformation der Welt by Michael Jaeger. (Christopher Chiasson). 282-284.
  6. Mit einer Art von Wut: Goethe in der Revolution by Gustav Seibt. (Waltraud Maierhofer). 284-285.
  7. Goethe’s Allegories of Identity by Jane K. Brown. (Simon Richter). 285-288.
  8. Die Weimarer Klassikerstätten: Vom Kriegsende bis zur Gründung der Nationalen Forschungs- und Gedenkstätten der klassischen deutschen Literatur in Weimar; Ereignisse und Gestalten: Eine Chronik, 1945–1949 ed. by Wilfried Lehrke. (Daniel Wilson). 288-289.
  9. Light in Germany: Scenes from an Unknown Enlightenment by T. J. Reed. (Martha B. Helfer). 290-291.
  10. Necessary Luxuries: Books, Literature, and the Culture of Consumption in Germany, 1770–1815 by Matt Erlin. (Arnd Bohm). 291-292.
  11. Literarische Schriften I, Band 1.1, “Sebaldus Nothanker.” by Friedrich Nicolai, and: Literarische Schriften I, Band 1.2, “Freuden des jungen Werthers”; “Eyn feyner kleiner Almanach”; “Anhang zu Friedrich Schillers Musen-Almanach für das Jahr 1797.” ed. by Hans-Gert Roloff. (James Hardin). 293-296.
  12. Krieg und Frieden im 18. Jahrhundert: Kulturgeschichtliche Studien ed. by Stefanie Stockhorst. (Jonathan Blake Fine). 296-298.
  13. Kostümierung der Geschlechter: Schauspielkunst als Erfindung der Aufklärung by Beate Hochholdinger-Reiterer. (Pascale Lafountain). 298-300.
  14. Empire of Chance: The Napoleonic Wars and the Disorder of Things by Anders Engberg-Pedersen. (Yale Almog). 300-302.
  15. Lesen, Kopieren, Schreiben: Lese- und Exzerpierkunst in der europäischen Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts ed. by Elisabeth Décultot. (Margaretmary Daley). 302-305.
  16. German Literature as World Literature ed. by Thomas Oliver Beebee. (Mary Bricker). 305-307.
  17. Kant’s Organicism: Epigenesis and the Development of Critical Philosophy by Jennifer Mensch. (Elizabeth Effinger). 307-309.
  18. Geordnete Spontaneität: Lyrische Subjektivität bei Achim von Arnim by Jan Oliver Jost-Fritz. (Christian P. Weber). 309-310.
  19. Fugitive Objects: Sculpture and Literature in the German Nineteenth Century by Catriona MacLeod. (Samuel Frederick). 310-312.
  20. The Tragedy of Fatherhood: King Laius and the Politics of Paternity in the West by Silke-Maria Weineck. (Anita Ludic). 312-314.
  21. Out of Place: German Realism, Displacement, and Modernity by John B. Lyon. (Tove Holmes). 314-316.
  22. Philology: The Forgotten Origins of the Modern Humanities by James Turner. (James Hardin). 316-318.
  23. Autonomy after Auschwitz: Adorno, German Idealism, and Modernity by Martin Shuster. (Thomas L. Cooksey). 318-320.

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