Goethe Yearbook 15 (2008)

Articles:
  1. Yasser Derwiche Djazaerly, “Goethe’s Reception of Ulrich von Hutten.” 1-18.
  2. Jocelyn Holland, “The School of Shipwrecks: Improvisation in Wilhelm Meisters theatralische Sendung and the Lehrjahre.” 19-34.
  3. Elizabeth Powers, “The Sublime, ‘Über den Granit,’ and the Prehistory of Goethe’s Science.” 35-56.
  4. Daniel L. Purdy, “The Building in Bildung: Goethe, Palladio, and the Architectural Media.” 57-74.
  5. Robert Germany, “Virgilian Retrospection in Goethe’s Alexis und Dora.” 75-98.
  6. Albert E. Gurganus, “Typologies of Repetition, Reflection, and Recurrence: Interpreting the Novella in Goethe’s Wahlverwandschaften.” 99-114.
  7. Peter J. Schwartz, “Why Did Goethe Marry When He Did?” 115-130.
  8. Børge Kristiansen, “Zum Verhältnis von Selbstsein und Miteinandersein in Goethes Urworte. Orphisch.” 131-160.
  9. Christoph E. Schweitzer, “Schiller’s Die Räuber: Revenge, Sacrifice, and the Terrible Price of Absolute Freedom.” 161-170.
  10. Ehrhard Bahr, “Wallensteins Tod as a ‘Play of Mourning’: Death and Mourning in the Aesthetics of Schiller’s Classicism.” 171-186.
  11. Peter Uwe Hohendahl, “The New Man: Theories of Masculinity around 1800.” 187-215.
Book Reviews:
  1. John Armstrong, Love, Life, Goethe: Lessons of the Imagination from the Great German Poet. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006. xv + 483 pp. (Elizabeth Powers). 217-218.
  2. Richard Block, The Spell of Italy: Vacation, Magic, and the Attraction of Goethe. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2006. 310 pp. (Kamal Haque). 219-220.
  3. W. Daniel Wilson, ed., Goethes Weimar und die Französische Revolution: Dokumente der Krisenjahre.Cologne: Böhlau Verlag, 2004. 746 pp. (John Blair). 220-222.
  4. Hartmut Fröschle, Goethes Verhältnis zur Romantik. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 2002. 564 pp. (Erlis Wickersham). 222-223.
  5. Gabriele Blod, “Lebensmärchen”: Goethes Dichtung und Wahrheit als poetischer und poetologischer Text. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 2003. 335 pp. (Catriona MacLeod). 223-225.
  6. Nicholas Rennie, Speculating on the Moment: The Poetics of Time and Recurrence in Goethe, Leopardi, and Nietzsche. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2005. 359 pp. (Simon Richter). 225-227.
  7. Florian Krobb, Die Wallenstein-Trilogie von Friedrich Schiller: Walter Butler in Geschichte und Drama. Reihe Literatur- und Medienwissenschaft, Bd. 99. Oldenburg: Igel Verlag Literatur, 2005. 122 pp. (Ehrhard Bahr). 227-228.
  8. Simon Richter, Missing the Breast: Gender, Fantasy and the Body in the German Enlightenment. Seattle: U of Washington P, 2006. 353 pp. (Elisabeth Krimmer). 228-229.
  9. John Pizer, The Idea of World Literature: History and Pedagogical Practice. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2006. 190 pp. (William H. Carter). 229-231.
  10. Maike Oergel, Culture and Identity: Historicity in German Literature and Thought 1770-1815. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2006. viii + 297 pp. (Angus Nicholls). 231-233.
  11. Geoffrey Atherton, The Decline and Fall of Virgil in Eighteenth-Century Germany: The Repressed Muse. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2006. xx + 312 pp. (Thomas L. Cooksey). 233-234.
  12. Johannes Birgfield and Claude D. Conter, eds., Das Unterhaltungsstück um 1800: Literaturhistorische Konfigurationen—Signaturen der Moderne (= Forum für deutschsprachiges Drama und Theater in Geschichte und Gegenwart, vol. 1). Hannover: Wehrhahn Verlag, 2007. xxiv + 271 pp. (Uwe-K. Ketelsen). 234-236.
  13. Gudrun Loster-Schneider and Gaby Pailer, eds., Lexikon deutschsprachiger Epik und Dramatik von Autorinnen (1730-1900). Tübingen and Basel: A. Francke, 2006. xii + 492 pp., with CD-ROM. (Arnd Bohm). 236-238.
  14. Paul Fleming, The Pleasures of Abandonment: Jean Paul and the Life of Humor. Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 2006. 170 pp. (Robert Combs). 238-239.
  15. John B. Lyon, Crafting Flesh, Crafting the Self: Violence and Identity in Early Nineteenth-Century German Literature. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2006. 280 pp. (Walter Stewart). 240-241.
  16. Roger F. Cook, ed., A Companion to the Works of Heinrich Heine. Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2002. xiv + 373 pp. (Robert Combs). 241-243.