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The Women Writers of Schiller's Horen : Patrons, Petticoats, and the Promotion of Weimar Classicism (Hardcover)

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This work examines the integral role that six female authors played in Schiller's ambitious literary journal, Die Horen (1795-97). Louise Brachmann, Friederike Brun, Amalie von Imhoff, Sophie Mereau, Elisa von der Recke, and Caroline von Wolzogen helped put the journal back on track when it floundered fiscally and programmatically and their literary contributions were among the most successful the journal ever received. Beyond a critical discussion of the women's publications in Schiller's Journal ever received. Beyond a critical discussion of the women's publications in Schiller's journal, this work addresses the range of problems associated with women's writing and publishing during the late eighteenth century, the aesthetics of Weimar Classicism, Schiller, and to a lesser degree, Goethe, as patrons, and the interpretations of literary history.

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Publisher Univ of Delaware Pr
Mfg Part# 9780874139624
SKU 204447431
Format Hardcover
ISBN10 0874139627
Release Date 5/30/2007
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