Goethe and Visual Culture
Edited by Evelyn K. Moore and Patricia Anne Simpson
Edited by Rolf H. Bremmer Jr.
The present volume contains contributions on many aspects of Junius's life, his work as an art-historian, as a Neo-Latin author, his studies of Philip Sydney and Edmund Spencer, and of his Germanic philology. A check-list of his correspondence completes the volume. Contributors include C.S.M. Rademaker, Philipp Fehl, Colette Nativel, Judith Dundas, Chris H. Heesakkers, Ph.H. Breuker, Peter J. Lucas, E.G. Stanley and Rolf H. Bremmer Jr., and Sophie van Romburgh.
Cultural Identities and Cultural Differences
Edited by Keith Bullivant, Geoffrey Giles and Walter Pape
can say, perhaps, that an individual play mediates between the mode of the theater […] and elements of the society out of which that theater has been differentiated. Through its representational means, each play carries charges of social energy onto the stage; the stage in its turn revises that energy
Or: Johann Gottfried Schnabel’s Journalistic Efforts and his Wunderliche Fata einiger Seefahrer (Insel Felsenburg)
Stanislaus, the contender for the Polish crown, taking the role of a minor villain in the background). Here Schnabel invests a lot of his narrative energy. His problem is that of every writer/editor who wants to present events while they are unfolding (the same problem can already be found in medieval