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by Barbara Becker-Cantarino,Peter Handke


Wunschloses Ungluck (Suhrkamp/Insel Series in German Literature) (German Edition) epub

ISBN: 351802972X

ISBN13: 978-3518029725

Author: Barbara Becker-Cantarino,Peter Handke

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Language: German

Publisher: Suhrkamp Pub Ny (December 1, 1985)

Pages: 123 pages

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German Idealist philosophy played an important role in the genesis of Romanticism, which saw itself as grappling with . The tendency toward slowly unfolding plot that characterizes much 19th-century German literature was not especially conducive to the development of drama.

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