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A history of German literature,

Author: Wilhelm Scherer; Mary Emily Conybeare; F Max Müller
Publisher: New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1886.
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From the earliest times to the death of Geothe.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Scherer, Wilhelm, 1841-1886.
History of German literature.
New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1886
(OCoLC)581630652
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Wilhelm Scherer; Mary Emily Conybeare; F Max Müller
ISBN: 0838311725 9780838311721
OCLC Number: 559776
Notes: "From the earliest times to the death of Geothe."--Introduction.
Description: 2 volumes ; 21 cm
Contents: V.1. The ancient Germans --
The Aryans --
Germanic religion --
Oldest remains of poetry --
Goths and Franks --
The heroic songs --
Ulfilas --
The Merovingian empire --
The Old High-German period --
The first Messianic poems --
The mediæval renaissance --
The wandering journalists --
Chivalry and the Church --
Latin literature --
Lady world --
The Crusades --
Middle High-German popular epics --
The revival of the heroic poetry --
The Nibelungenlied --
Dietrich von Bern --
Ortnit and Wolfdietrich --
Hilde and Gudrun --
The epics of chivalry --
Heinrich von Veldeke --
Hartmann von Aue and Gottfried von Strassburg --
Wolfram von Eschenbach --
Successors of the great chivalrous poets --
Poets and preachers --
Walther von der Vogelweide --
Minnesang and Meistersang --
Didactic poetry, satire and tales --
The mendicant orders --
The close of the Middle Ages --
Origin and rise of the drama --
Songs and ballads --
Rhymed couplets --
Prose --
The new learning, or humanism --
The Reformation and the Renaissance --
Martin Luther --
Luther's associates and successors --
Secular literature --
the drama from 1517 to 1620 --
The Thirty Years' War --
The dawn of modern literature --
Religion and science --
The refinement of popular taste --
The novel --
The drama V.2. The age of Frederick the Great --
Leipzig --
Zurich and Berlin --
Lessing --
Herder and Goethe --
The literary revolution and the Illuminati --
Weimar --
Goethe --
Schiller and Goethe --
Schiller --
Romanticism --
Science --
Lyric poetry --
Narrative writing --
The drama.
Responsibility: by W. Scherer; translated from the 3d German edition by Mrs. F.C. Conybeare, edited by F. Max Müller.

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From the earliest times to the death of Geothe.

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