Confrontations

Confrontations

Studies in the Intellectual and Literary Relations Between Germany, England, and the United States During the Nineteenth Century

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Princeton University Press

Confrontations brings, together in one volume six essays by the distinguished critic René Wellek. Five have been previously published but are now practically unobtainable; one, "German and English Romanticism: A Confrontation," is previously unpublished. The books roam emphasis is on the spread of German philosophical and critical ideas to England and the United States. The first essay examines the differences between German and English Romanticism. In the following essays, Professor Wellek examines the Impact of German philosophy and literary theory on the Ideas of Carlyle and De Quincey. In the final two essays, he considers attitudes held by New England Transcendentalists, especially Emerson, toward German philosophy.

Originally published in 1965.

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Publisher: Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 1965
ISBN: 9781400877058
1400877059
9780691012537
9780691060170
9780691623214
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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