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Author: Simon Collis Ryan
ISBN: 0958372683
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Pages 231 pages
Publisher Department of Languages and Cultures, University of Otago (December 2003)
Language English German
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eBook Gerhard Roth and the Graz Literary Revival: v. 18: The Emergence of an Austrian Author (English and German Edition) download

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by Simon Collis Ryan. Published January 1st 2003 by Dept. of German University of Otago.

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Gerhard Roth and the Graz Literary Revival: the Emergence of an Austrian Author. 6 The Austrian Response

Gerhard Roth and the Graz Literary Revival: the Emergence of an Austrian Author. Key to Abbreviations. Origins of the graz literary phenomenon. introduction: literary-historical issues in graz. 6 The Austrian Response. from vienna to graz: cultural politics in the second republic. 1 A Dangerous Cultural Vacuum. 2 The Cultural Background in Graz. the ‘Sogenannte grazer gruppe’: the emergence of a literary- historical profile. 1 ‘Forum Stadtpark’ and manuskripte: the Organisational Basis of the ‘Grazer Gruppe’.

The Catholic literary revival is a term that has been applied to a movement towards explicitly Catholic allegiance and themes among leading literary figures in France and England, roughly in the century from 1860 to 1960. This often involved conversion to Catholicism or a conversion-like return to the Catholic Church. The phenomenon is sometimes extended to the United States.

Secondly was the late emergence of a German literature; whilst much . The literary life of Enlightenment concentrated around an almanac Wienerischer Musen-Almanach.

In the Middle Ages, there was a homogeneous zone along the Danube river, spanning from Bavaria down to the eastern territories. Travellers and bards moved along this route, bringing with them new influences.

In Reconsidering the Emergence of the Gay Novel in English and German, James P. Wilper examines a key moment in the development of the modern gay novel by analyzing four novels by German, British, and American writers. Wilper studies how the texts are influenced by and respond and react to four schools of thought regarding male homosexuality in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The first is legal codes criminalizing sex acts between men and the religious doctrine that informs them  . Page 18. Page 19. Page 20.

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Comparative Literature Literary Criticism Books. Book Format: Choose an option. The second is the ancient Greek erotic philosophy, in which a revival of interest took place in the late nineteenth century. Reconsidering the Emergence of the Gay Novel in English and German - eBook. The third is sexual science (or "sexology"), which offered various medical and psychological explanations for same-sex desire and was employed variously to defend, as well as to attempt to cure, this "perversion.

The first is legal codes criminalizing sex acts between men and the religious doctrine that informs them. The third is sexual science (or sexology ), which offered various medical and psychological explanations for same-sex desire and was employed variously to defend, as well as to attempt to cure, this perversion.