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Studies in the genesis of romantic theory in the eighteenth century
Robertson, John George
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|Pagination||vi, p., 1 l., 298 p.|
|Number of Pages||298|
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The present series of studies, which seeks to establish a new starting-point for the evolution of aesthetic values in the eighteenth century, originated in the most trivial of literary 'discoveries.' Some twenty years ago I set myself to solve the mystery why the Swiss critic Bodmer, one of the early continental writers to mention Shakespeare's name, should have called him 'Sasper.'.
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STUDIES IN THE GENESIS OF ROMANTIC THEORY IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY, by J. Robertson, Cambridge, University Press, Der verdiente Literarhistoriker J. Robertson, Professor der deutschen Sprache und Literatur an der University.
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