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Französische Almanachkultur im deutschen Sprachraum (1700-1815)


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Beschreibung

Beschreibung

This volume introduces the francophone almanacs published in the German linguistic and cultural world by through the end of the Napoleonic era. It additionally analyzes this previously untapped and largely unknown corpus against the backdrop of literary, cultural and media studies. With regards to francophone almanacs targeting an elite audience, it is apparent that the content is wideranging, while the genre is highly differentiated and transculturally oriented. These periodicals may include literary soft-cover books, lady's almanacs, royal almanacs, theatre almanacs, muses' almanacs, antirevolutionary almanacs and state almanacs. All of these qualify the general notion of one public, one audience, or the national literatures. Moreover, they impressively document multilingualism of the German Enlightenment in an European context. This also questions the paradigm shift to the English culture from 1770 onwards, established by historiography, and basically taps a field ignored by national philology.

Portrait

Prof. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Lüsebrink lehrt Romanische Kulturwissenschaft und Interkulturelle Kommunikation an der Universität des Saarlandes. Prof. Dr. York-Gothart Mix lehrt Neuere deutsche Literatur mit Schwerpunkt Komparatistik an der Philipps Universität Marburg.

Leseprobe

This volume introduces the francophone almanacs published in the German linguistic and cultural world by through the end of the Napoleonic era. It additionally analyzes this previously untapped and largely unknown corpus against the backdrop of literary, cultural and media studies. With regards to francophone almanacs targeting an elite audience, it is apparent that the content is wideranging, while the genre is highly differentiated and transculturally oriented. These periodicals may include literary soft-cover books, lady's almanacs, royal almanacs, theatre almanacs, muses' almanacs, antirevolutionary almanacs and state almanacs. All of these qualify the general notion of one public, one audience, or the national literatures. Moreover, they impressively document multilingualism of the German Enlightenment in an European context. This also questions the paradigm shift to the English culture from 1770 onwards, established by historiography, and basically taps a field ignored by national philology.>

Vorwort

In Zusammenarbeit mit Jan Fickert und Bianca Weyers


EAN: 9783899718928
ISBN: 3899718925
Untertitel: Gattungsstrukturen, komparatistische Aspekte, Diskursformen. 'Deutschland und Frankreich im wissenschaftlichen Dialog / Le dialogue scientifique franco-allemand'.
Verlag: V & R Unipress GmbH
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2013
Seitenanzahl: 318 Seiten
Format: gebunden
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