Release on 2017-12-04 | by Lessing Society,Carl Niekerk
Author: Lessing Society,Carl Niekerk
Pubpsher: Wallstein Verlag
Category: Literary Criticism
Ausgehend von Faramerz Dabhoiwalas These der Existenz einer "ersten sexuellen Revolution" im 18. Jahrhundert enthält der Band Beiträge über die weibliche Tugendhaftigkeit in Luise Gottscheds "Panthea", die Sexualitätsproblematik in Lessings "Rettungen des Horaz", transkulturelle Sexualität bei Schnabel, Gellert und Willebrand, Geschlechterverhältnisse in Lessings frühen Lustspielen, Raum und Geschlecht in Lessings Familien-Dramen, die Disziplinierung sexuellen Verhaltens bei Rousseau und Wieland, die Thematisierung der Sexualität in englischen Übersetzungen von Goethes "Die Geschwister" und "Stella" sowie Casanovas sexuelle Geographie Europas.
Eine Analyse der Schiffahrts-, Schiffbau- und Hafenwirtschaft / An Analysis of Shipping-, Shipbuilding- and Port Economics
The first edition of the Bremen World Shipping Yearbook, pub lished in 1953, met with a conspicuously good reception in profes sional circles at home and abroad. The international shipping press as well as the com~etent men of science and shipping industry in the widest sense of the word warmly commended the new publication. The widespread interest, the general demand for a continuation of this work and the overall recognition have encouraged the author, Dr. G.A. THEEL, to cope once more with all the difficulties aris ing from a fundamentally new analysis of 1953/54-World Shipping as offered by this book. In order to render the book directly accessable to interested professional circles abroad, abilingual edition is presented this time. This together with the necessary extension of statistical data would have sent up the price of this book considerably. Consequently a solution had to be found for cutting down the printing costs with out, however, reducing the scientific value of this book. Consider ing the general boost of printing charges, it has become almost impossible to edit an extensive scientific work with widely diversi fied statistical data and graphs in a normally printed form and at a reasonable price, acceptable to all interested circles.
Release on 2002 | by Arno Schilson,Richard E. Schade,Herbert Rowland
Author: Arno Schilson,Richard E. Schade,Herbert Rowland
Pubpsher: Wayne State University Press
The Lessing Yearbook, the official publication of the Lessing Society, is a valuable source of information on German culture, literature, and thought of the eighteenth century. Articles are in German or English. Essays in this volume explore a wide variety of subjects pertaining to class and gender, identity formation, and art in Lessing's work, as well as Lessing's philosphy on music and poetry.
This book—unique in the time travel genre—is the story of a beautiful young woman named Elizabeth who falls in love with a man whose photograph she sees in a 1936 yearbook. Elizabeth believes she can find a way to go back in time. Because this is a work of fiction, she succeeds in that endeavor. Her success, though fictitious, delivers a compelling, real-life message: believing is the beginning of achieving. Hence, this book is about believing. It is as Robert Anthony said: “You can have anything you want if you will give up the idea you can’t have it.” Perhaps someday it will be possible to go back in time. If that happens, it will be because someone believed it was possible.