Charles Grair

Charles Grair
Texas Tech University | TTU · Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures

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1. Historia von D. Johann Fausten dem weitbeschreyten Zauberer und Schwarzkünstler, ed. Richard Benz (Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam, 1964) 137. 2. Goethe, "Helena, Zwischenspiel zu Faust. Ankündigung," WA I.15,2:200. 3. Frank L. Borchardt, "Goethe, Schiller, Sphinx, Centaur, and Sex," Monatshefte 64 (1972): 253. 4. Quotations from Goethe's Faust are fr...
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1. Wilhelm Müller, "Die verpestete Freyheit," Gedichte von Wilhelm Müller, vollständige kritische Ausgabe, ed. James Taft Hatfield, (Berlin: B. Behr, 1906; Nendeln, Liechtenstein: Kraus Reprint, 1968) 217. References to the Lieder der Griechen are taken from this source and will be cited directly in the text. 2. The conference was sponsored in 1994...
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Weimar Classicism can be said to begin in 1786 when Goethe places his Iphigenie on the rocky shores of Tauris, longing for home, “das Land der Griechen mit der Seele suchend” (HA 5:7; seeking the land of the Greeks with her soul). The search for Greece, for a distant poetic homeland where one could find the beauty, harmony, and fulfillment lacking...
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Students preparing to go abroad frequently participate in orientation programs to help them make the most of their experience. Too often, however, these programs emphasize the necessities of daily life and the cultural aspects of the places they are about to visit receive less attention. In this paper, we outline a set of web-based exercises that e...
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1. The first to discuss Goethe's work on Faust II as a literary response to the July Revolution was G.C.L. Schuchard, "Julirevolution, St. Simonismus und die Faustpartien von 1831," Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie 60 (1935): 240-74 and 362-84. Schuchard's research, however, found disappointingly little recognition for nearly fifty years. Beginn...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--Washington University, 1994. Dept. of German. Includes bibliographical references.

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