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Alterity, Identity, Image

Selves and Others in Society and Scholarship

Edited by R. Corbey and J.Th. Leerssen

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National Identity

Symbol and Representation

Edited by J.Th. Leerssen and Menno Spiering

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Edited by Manfred Beller and J.Th. (Joep) Leerssen

Of all European landscapes and regions, the Rhine is one of the most heavily overlaid with cultural and political meaning. Cradle of Romanticism, tourism, and the picturesque, bone of contention between the German and French spheres of cultural and geopolitical influence, the Rhine has attracted armies, artists, activists and tourists for centuries and has featured prominently the key writings of Europe’s literary and intellectual history from Byron to Lucien Febvre. This volume brings together eminent literary and cultural historians to present materials and analyses from various of the central nexus of European culture. The volume also contains a unique and comprehensive anthology of key texts (historical, poetical and polemical) related to the Rhineland and its contested position.

Contributors are: Reinhard Baumann, Manfred Beller, Hans-Werner Breunig, Giovanna Cermelli, Joep Leerssen, Elmar Scheuren, Helmut J. Schneider, and Waldemar Zacharasiewicz.
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Edited by A. Boxhoorn, J.Th. Leerssen and Menno Spiering

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Edited by J.Th. Leerssen and Manet van Montfrans

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Edited by L.F. Bruyning and J.Th. Leerssen

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Edited by J.Th. Leerssen and Manet van Montfrans