W. LAMARR KOPP ( Co - editor ; B.A. , Goshen College ; M.A. , University of Minnesota ; Ph.D. , The Pennsylvania State University ) is Professor of German and Deputy Vice President for International Programs at The Pennsylvania State ...
Author: Arthur O. Lewis
Publisher: University Press of America
Category: Literary Criticism
This fourth volume continues a series emerging from the Penn State Project on Anglo-German and American-German Literary and Cultural Relations. All articles contained in the volume focus on the theme of the Project and reflect the wealth of scholarly resources to be found in the Allison-Shelley Collection, located in the Pattee Library of The Pennsylvania State University. Contents: Goethe in the American Annuals and Gift-Books, Philip Allison Shelley; John Quincy Adams and Alexander Hill Everett: Pathfinders of German Studies in America, Walter J. Morris; Alexander Hill Everett: Early Advocate of American Interest in German Literature and Culture, Kenneth B. Hunsaker and Maureen C. Devine; Henry Edwin Dwight: Evocator of American Interest in Germany, Kenneth B. Hunsaker; Thomas Medwin: Intermediary of German Literature and Culture, Heimy Taylor; The German Experience of William and Mary Howitt, William Stupp; James Lorimer Graham: Fosterer of American-German Literary Rela Andrew M. Kovalecs; Adolf Strodtmann's Letters to Bayard Taylor: A Further Fostering of German-American Relations, Edward J. Danis; Publications of Philip Allison Shelley, Edward J. Danis; Index.
The German Element in the United States , With Special Reference to Its Political , Moral , Social , and Educational ... Hathaway , Lillie V. German Literature of the Mid - Nineteenth Century in England and America as Reflected in the ...
Chapter 1 Some Nineteenth - Century Anglo - German Crosscurrents The examination of Anglo - German cultural ... of German writings in nineteenth - century Britain in the light of these ideas , provides us with a new angle on the subject ...
Author: Susanne Stark
Publisher: Multilingual Matters
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This text examines the activities of a network of 19th century intellectuals in Britain who were engaged in the rendering of German texts into English. It establishes a series of cultural implications of the process of translation in an inter-and intra-lingual context and explores cross-currents between translation and gender studies, art history, philology, historiography and travel writing.
PhD dissertation, Pennsylvania State College, 1952. ———. “French Mediation and Intermediaries, 1750–1815.” In Anglo-German and American-German Crosscurrents, edited by Philip Allison Shelley, Arthur O. Lewis Jr, and William W. Betts ...
Author: Michael Wood
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Literary Criticism
Anglo-German Dramatic and Poetic Encounters contains essays focusing on the roles of drama and poetry in Anglo-German exchange in the Sattelzeit. It offers new perspectives on the movement of texts and ideas across genres and cultures, the formation and reception of poetic personae, and the place of illustration in cross-cultural, textual exchange.
With Special Reference to Scott , Coleridge , Shelley and Byron , Cambridge 1926 ; Bd . 1 ( 1957 ) der in Chapel Hill , N.C. erschienenen Zeitschrift Anglo - German and American - German Crosscurrents ; Bayard Quincy Morgan ...
Weintraub, Stanley, “Shaw's Mommsenite Caesar”, Anglo-German and AmericanGerman Crosscurrents (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1962), II,257–272. Weisert, Jonn J., “Shaw in Central Europe before 1914”, Anglo-German and ...
Germans in America : Aspects of German - American Relations in the Nineteenth Century . ... Sammons , Jeffrey L. " Friedrich Gerstäcker : American Realities Through German Eyes . ... AngloGerman and American - German Crosscurrents .
Author: John Caldwell Guilds
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
William Gilmore Simms (1807-1870), the antebellum South's foremost author and cultural critic, was the first advocate of regionalism in the creation of national literature. This collection of essays emphasizes his portrayal of America's westward migration.
He had learned some German at the College of Charleston and had been a prominent figure in the group of Charleston ... with Arthur O. Lewis , Jr. , and William W. Betts , Jr. , Anglo - German and American - German Crosscurrents ( Chapel ...
Author: Mary Ann Wimsatt
Publisher: LSU Press
Category: Literary Criticism
William Gilmore Simms (1806–1870) was the preeminent southern man of letters in the antebellum period, a prolific, talented writer in many genres and an eloquent intellectual spokesman of r his region. During his long career, he wrote plays, poetry, literary criticism, biography and history; but he is best remembered for his numerous novels and tales. Many Ann Wimsatt provides the first significant full-length evaluation of Simms’s achievement in his long fiction, selected poetry, essays, and short fiction. Wimsatt’s chief emphasis is on the thirty-odd novels that Simms published from the mid-1830s until after the Civil War. In bringing his impressive body of work to life, she makes use of biographical and historical information and also of twentieth-century literary theories of the romance, Simm’s principal genre. Through analyses of such seminal works as Guy Rivers, The Yemassee, The Cassique of Kiawah, and Woodcraft, Wimsatt illuminates Simm’s contributions to the romance tradition—contributions misunderstood by previous critics—and suggests how to view his novels within the light of recent literary criticism. She also demonstrates how Simms used the historical conditions of southern culture as well as events of his own life to flesh out literary patterns, and she analyzes his use of low-country, frontier and mountain settings. Although critics praised Simms early in his career as “the first American novelist of the day,” the panic of 1837 and the changes in the book market that it helped foster severely damaged his prospects for wealth and fame. The financial recession, Wimsatt finds, together with shifts in literary taste, contributed to the decline of Simms’s reputation. Simms attempted to adjust to the changing climate for fiction by incorporating two modes of nineteenth-century realism, the satiric portrayal of southern manners and southern backwoods humor, into the framework of his long romances; but his accomplishments in these areas have been undervalued or misunderstood by critics since is time. Wimsatt’s book is the first to survey Simms’s fiction and much of his other writing against the background of his life and literary career and the first to make extensive use of his immense correspondence. It is an important study of a neglected author who once served as the leafing symbol of literary activity in the South. It fills what has heretofore been a serious gap in southern literary studies.
See William W. Betts, Jr., "The Relations of William Dean Howells to German Life and Letters," Anglo-German and American-German Crosscurrents, ed. Philip A. Shelley (Chapel Hill, 1957), 1, 189-239. 4. Theodor Fontane, Aufzeichnungen zur ...