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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Alfred D White
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    0820450685
  • ISBN13:
    978-0820450681
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    Peter Lang Publishing (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    189 pages
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    History & Criticism
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White, Alfred D. German fiction - 19th century - History and criticism, German fiction - 20th century - History and criticism, Social history in literature, Social problems in literature, Germany - Social conditions - 19th century, Germany - Social conditions - 20th century. Oxford ; New York : P. Lang.

The German philosopher, Alfred Schmidt, examines the relationship between nature and man based on. .The German protagonist of this novel becomes an eye-witness to the Armenian resistance and Turkish retribution in 1895/96

The German philosopher, Alfred Schmidt, examines the relationship between nature and man based on Marx's concept of nature. Schmidt makes explicit "the organic exchange between man and nature," highlighting that although nature always appears to us on the horizon of the historically changing forms of its social appropriation, people are part of it; however, this relationship is always dialectic. The German protagonist of this novel becomes an eye-witness to the Armenian resistance and Turkish retribution in 1895/96. The fact that the novel focuses on these events makes it an almost. prophetic political novel on the "Armenian question".

The One Eyed Man book. The One-Eyed Man (German Linguistic and Cultural Studies). 082045074X (ISBN13: 9780820450742).

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German Linguistic and Cultural Studies. Alfred Douglas White. Studies of eighteen novels which deal with German life between 1848 and 1968 support and develop this thesis. The One-Eyed Man asks what value literary sources may have for the social historian, who is accustomed to work with factual evidence. After a survey of the possible approaches and the work of previous scholars such as Kohn-Bramstedt and Auerbach, the author argues that the social novel, based on the novelist’s observation and written to propagate his views, can aid historical knowledge particularly in the fields of mentality and the everyday

This Book examines outstanding novels of life from the Thirty Years' War to th. Bibliographic information. Title novel, 1618-1848 Volume 16 of German linguistic and cultural studies.

This Book examines outstanding novels of life from the Thirty Years' War to th. Choose not these vices: social reality in the German novel, 1618-1848 Volume 16 of German linguistic and cultural studies. the University of Michigan.

German linguistic and cultural studies, 1422-1454 ; v. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. 5. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Geographic Name: Germany Social conditions 19th century. Geographic Name: Germany Social conditions 20th century. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners.

Alfred D. White (author). Paperback 189 Pages, Published: 27/07/2000.

The One-eyed Man : Social Reality in the German Novel 1848-1968 . German Linguistic and Cultural Studies, English. By (author) Alfred D. White. Free delivery worldwide. After a survey of the possible approaches and the work of previous scholars such as Kohn-Bramstedt and Auerbach, the author argues that the social novel, based on the novelist's observation and written to propagate his views, can aid historical knowledge particularly in the fields of mentality and the everyday.

the German novel, 1618-1848

Choose not these vices: social reality in the German novel, 1618-1848