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The Camden House German Literature of the High Middle Ages will remain the premier literary history of this period for many years to come. MONATSHEFTE Thoughtful, solidly researched and written in an engaging style, these essays are as instructive as they are a pleasure to : $ GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW (A) pathbreaking, useful and varied book. COLLOQUIA GERMANICA The first two volumes in the Camden House History of German Literature together provide the reader with an admirably innovative guide to tackling the earliest literature in German and in related Germanic languages. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEWAuthor: Brian Murdoch. The main focus is on literature, and in particular on the drama, which was of special importance to the Sturm und Drang. However, the essays also outline the social conditions that gave rise to the movement, and consideration is given to different currents of ideas that underlie the movement, including areas of thought and bodies of work that. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: In einige Bden. James Hardon als Hrsg. angegeben. Description: 1 Band ; 24 cm. Series Title.
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