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Wo das pulver liegt

by Patricia K Calkins | 01 March 1998
Hardback
Adolf Glassbrenner's short-lived literary journal, Berliner Don Quixote (1832-1833), provides an intimate portrait of a city on the verge of modernity. The journal is treated as a cultural document, and the basic themes and concerns of middle-class life in this Prussian capital are identified. Contemporary accounts by Friedrich Arnold Steinmann und Joel Jacoby are used as external corroboration for conclusions about the cultural, political, and social concerns of Berlin's nonaristocratic classes.
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Adolf Glassbrenner's short-lived literary journal, Berliner Don Quixote (1832-1833), provides an intimate portrait of a city on the verge of modernity. The journal is treated as a cultural document, and the basic themes and concerns of middle-class life in this Prussian capital are identified. Contemporary accounts by Friedrich Arnold Steinmann und Joel Jacoby are used as external corroboration for conclusions about the cultural, political, and social concerns of Berlin's nonaristocratic classes.
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Adolf Glassbrenner's short-lived literary journal, Berliner Don Quixote (1832-1833), provides an intimate portrait of a city on the verge of modernity. The journal is treated as a cultural document, and the basic themes and concerns of middle-class life in this Prussian capital are identified. Contemporary accounts by Friedrich Arnold Steinmann und Joel Jacoby are used as external corroboration for conclusions about the cultural, political, and social concerns of Berlin's nonaristocratic classes.

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Wo das pulver liegt

ISBN9780820428512

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 March. 1998)

No. of Pages219

Weight480

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 160