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Echoes in the text

by Jean H Leventhal | 01 April 1995
Hardback
Category: Popular Music
Literature's role in developing a musical canon emerges from this study of German fiction between 1880 and 1987. It provides a close analysis of the various ways in which music is involved in selected novels and novellas by Theodor Fontane, Arthur Schnitzler, Alfred Doeblin and Martin Walser. Chapters on Fontane and Schnitzler examine each author's musical biography as background to the use of the art in his fiction. For today's readers, perhaps less familiar with the music on which these texts draw, the study enlarges their appreciation of these narratives by amplifying the resonance of the musical citations.
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Literature's role in developing a musical canon emerges from this study of German fiction between 1880 and 1987. It provides a close analysis of the various ways in which music is involved in selected novels and novellas by Theodor Fontane, Arthur Schnitzler, Alfred Doeblin and Martin Walser. Chapters on Fontane and Schnitzler examine each author's musical biography as background to the use of the art in his fiction. For today's readers, perhaps less familiar with the music on which these texts draw, the study enlarges their appreciation of these narratives by amplifying the resonance of the musical citations.
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Literature's role in developing a musical canon emerges from this study of German fiction between 1880 and 1987. It provides a close analysis of the various ways in which music is involved in selected novels and novellas by Theodor Fontane, Arthur Schnitzler, Alfred Doeblin and Martin Walser. Chapters on Fontane and Schnitzler examine each author's musical biography as background to the use of the art in his fiction. For today's readers, perhaps less familiar with the music on which these texts draw, the study enlarges their appreciation of these narratives by amplifying the resonance of the musical citations.

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Echoes in the text

ISBN9780820423722

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 April. 1995)

No. of Pages260

Weight540

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160