By E. M. Butler
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Originally released in 1935, this publication presents a research of the strong effect exercised via historical Greek tradition on German writers from the eighteenth century onwards. The textual content takes as its start line Johann Joachim Winckelmann (1717–68), who was once of primary significance to the creation of Hellenistic rules in the German highbrow culture. this is often by means of a chronological dialogue of alternative key figures, resembling Goethe, Schiller and Heine, revealing the advanced courting among those principles and the expression of an explicitly Germanic identification. an in depth index and bibliography also are integrated, including illustrative figures. This e-book might be of worth to somebody with an curiosity in German literature, historic Greece and literary feedback.