Goethe Yearbook 25 (2018)

Special Section on What Goethe Heard, edited by Mary Helen Dupree

  1. Mary Helen Dupree, “What Goethe Heard: Special Section on Hearing and Listening in the Long Eighteenth Century.” 3-10.
  2. Tyler Whitney, “Behind Herder’s Tympanum: Sound and Physiological Aesthetics, 1800/1900.” 11-30.
  3. Deva Kemmis, “Becoming the Listener: Goethe’s ‘Der Fischer’.” 31-54.
  4. Robert Ryder, “Of Barks and Bird Song: Listening in on the Forgotten in Ludwig Tieck’s Der blonde Eckbert.” 55-76.
Articles:
  1. Chunjie Zhang, “Garden Empire or the Sublime Politics of the Chinese-Gothic Style.” 77-96.
  2. Hans Richard Brittnacher, “Die Austreibung des Populären: Schillers Bürger-Kritik.” 97-108.
  3. Matthew H. Birkhold, “Goethe and the Uncontrollable Business of Appropriative Stage Sequels.” 109-132.
  4. Jessica C. Resvick, “Repetition and Textual Transmission: The Gothic Motif in Goethe’s Faust and ‘Von deutscher Baukunst’.” 133-160.
  5. Patricia Anne Simpson, “‘Die gewalt’ge Heldenbrust’: Gender and Violence in Goethe’s Iphigenie auf Tauris.” 161-182.
  6. Chenxi Tang, “Literary Form and International World Order in Goethe: From Iphigenie to Pandora.” 183-202.
  7. Linda Dietrick, “‘Two Gifts from Goethe: Charlotte von Stein’s and Charlotte Schiller’s Writing Tables.” 203-216.
  8. Galia Benziman, “Goethe’s Wilhelm Meister and the Refusal to Grow Up: The Dialectics of Bildung.” 217-238.
  9. Susanne Fuchs, “‘So steh’ ich denn hier wehrlos gegen dich?’ — Figures of Armament and Disarmament in German Drama before and after the French Revolution.” 239-266.
  10. Jason Yonover, “Goethe, Maimon, and Spinoza’s Third Kind of Cognition.” 267-288.
  11. Ehrhard Bahr, “Die Neuvermessung von Lyrik und Prosa in Goethes Novelle.” 289-298.
Book Reviews:
  1. Die Entweltlichung der Bühne: Zur Mediologie des Theaters der klassischen Episteme by Franz-Josef Deiters (review). Jane K. Brown. 299-300.
  2. Goethe’s Families of the Heart by Susan E. Gustafson (review). Julie Koser. 300-302.
  3. Armed Ambiguity: Women Warriors in German Literature and Culture in the Age of Goethe by Julie Koser (review). Stephanie M. Hilger. 302-303.
  4. The Making of a Terrorist: On Classic German Rogues by Jeffrey Champlin (review). James F. Howell. 303-304.
  5. Fact and Fiction: Literary and Scientific Cultures in Germany and Britain ed. by Christine Lehleiter (review). Christopher R. Clason. 305-306.
  6. Goethes Euphrat. Philologie und Politik im West-östlichen Divan by Marcel Lepper (review). Hannah V. Eldridge. 307-308.
  7. Recoding World Literature: Libraries, Print Culture, and Germany’s Pact with Books by B. Venkat Mani (review). Carl Niekerk. 308-310.
  8. Myth and the Human Sciences: Hans Blumenberg’s Theory of Myth by Angus Nicholls (review). Spencer Hawkins. 310-312.
  9. Versammelte Menschenkraft—Die Großstadterfahrung in Goethes Italiendichtung by Malte Osterloh (review). Stefan Buck, Eckhart Nickel. 312-313.
  10. Schopenhauer und Goethe: Biographische und philosophische Perspektiven eds. by Daniel Schubbe und Søren R. Fauth (review). Iris Hennigfeld. 313-318.
  11. Lyric Orientations: Hölderlin, Rilke, and the Poetics of Community by Hannah Vandegrift Eldridge (review). May Mergenthaler. 318-322.
  12. Archiv/Fiktionen: Verfahren des Archivierens in Literatur und Kultur des langen 19. Jahrhunderts eds. by Daniela Gretz and Nicolas Pethes (review). Ervin Malakaj. 322-323.
  13. Schillers Geschichtsdenken: Die Unbegreiflichkeit der Weltgeschichte by Alexander Jakovljević (review). Asko Nivala. 324-325.
  14. German Aesthetics: Fundamental Concepts from Baumgarten to Adorno eds. by J. D. Mininger and Jason Michael Peck (review). Johannes Wankhammer. 325-327.
  15. The Practices of the Enlightenment: Aesthetics, Authorship, and the Public by Dorothea von Mücke (review). Peter Erickson. 327-329.
  16. Transculturality and German Discourse in the Age of European Colonialism by Chunjie Zhang (review). Richard B. Apgar. 329-330.

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