Goethe Yearbook 29
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346 Pages

22.8 x 15.2 cm

16 illus.

Series: Goethe Yearbook

Series Vol. Number: 29

Imprint: Camden House

Goethe Yearbook 29

Edited by Patricia Anne Simpson and Birgit Tautz

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Volume 29 features articles on Anton Reiser; the legacies of German romanticism; Goethe's morphology and computational analysis; Goethe commemorations in Argentina; and Goethe's Weltliteratur in the context of trade with China, along with two special sections and the book review.
Volume 29 features articles on Anton Reiser; the legacies and myths of German romanticism; Goethe's morphology as antecedent to computational analysis; on Goethe commemorations in Argentina; and a reconsideration of Goethe's Weltliteratur in the context of Handelsverkehr (trade) with China. Additionally, volume 29 features two special sections. The first commemorates an anniversary, Hölderlin's 250th birthday, with work devoted to "Reading and Exhibiting," compiled by Meike Werner. The other special section, on movement and edited by Heidi Schlipphacke, further explores research featured at MLA 2021 and revisits many questions of sentimentalism, visuality, and narration that are at the core of canon formation and eighteenth-century thresholds of modernity. As always, the book review section, edited by Sean Franzel, concludes the volume.
Editors' Preface
Patricia Anne Simpson and Birgit Tautz

"Hypochondria, Sentimental Friendship, and Same-Sex Desire in Anton Reiser"
Edward Potter

"The Witch in His Head: Rupturing the Patriarchal Discourse in Eichendorff's Ballad 'Waldgespräch'"
Birgit A. Jensen

"The Contemporary Legacy of Goethean Morphology: From Anschauende Urteilskraft to Algorithmic Pattern Recognition, Generation, and Exploration"
Oriane Petteni

"The Worldliness of Weltliteratur: Goethe's 'Handelsverkehr' between China and Weimar"
Barry Murnane

"Fleeting Hope in Foreboding Times: The 1932 Goethe Year in Argentina"
Robert Kelz

Special Section I: Hölderlin 2020

"Introduction Hölderlin 2020: Reading and Exhibiting"
Meike Werner

"Wie man Hölderlin in einer Ausstellung lesen kann"
Heike Gfrereis

"Die Saitenspiele ergossen sich über mein Innres": Hölderlin's Auditory Atmospheres
Rolf Goebel

"Eine andere Klarheit: Hölderlin, Philology, and the Idea of Rigor in Literary Study"
James McFarland

"Hölderlin's Hyperion as Eros: Between Symposiast and Hermit"
Eleanor ter Horst

"Articulate Precision and Ineffable Meaning in Hölderlin: A Commentary"
Mark W. Roche

Special Section II: "Movement"

"Introduction: Movement and the Modern"
Heidi Schlipphacke

"Medien- und Emotionspolitik der Rührung: Rührung im Brief und auf der Bühne bei Christian Fürchtegott Gellert"
Yulia Mevissen

Discipline and Theatricality: Tableaux Vivants and the Vicissitudes of Movement in Goethe's Die Wahlverwandtschaften"
Matthew Feminella

"The Discovery of Self and Others Through Movement in Goethe's Lehrjahre and Wanderjahre"
Susan Gustafson

"'Was bedeutet die Bewegung?': Authorship as Movement in Goethe's West-östlicher Divan"
Eleanor ter Horst

Book Reviews
Translations and Editions
Monographs and Edited Volumes

PATRICIA ANNE SIMPSON is Professor of German at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

BIRGIT TAUTZ is George Taylor Files Professor of Modern Languages and German at Bowdoin College.

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Title Details

346 Pages

2.28 x 1.52 cm

16 illus.

Series: Goethe Yearbook

Series Vol. Number: 29

Imprint: Camden House