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(University of St Andrews, 1947) - ThesisThe middle of the 19th century marks a stage in the development of childhood portrayal in German literature. But to take Keller as a starting point rather than Gotthelf, is to recognize in the former the deliberate ...
(University of St Andrews, 1987) - ThesisThe thesis deals with fairy tales on the Viennese stage and their narrative sources from the beginning of the eighteenth century to 1848. In the introductory chapter a statistical analysis of fairy tales illustrates that ...
Tyranny and tragedy : paradigms of surveillance in Theodor Storm’s Aquis submersus and Carsten Curator (2016-11-28) - Journal articleTheodor Storm’s Novellen Aquis submersus (1876) and Carsten Curator (1878) stand out from other nineteenth-century representations of surveillance because of their intensity. Surveillance dominates the relationships between ...
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