Originally published in 1926, this book examines the extent to which interest in German literature in England grew immediately before and during the Romantic period, and the impact that German writers had on English authors of the time. Stokoe addresses many different types of English imitative literature, including propaganda and the works of Byron. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Anglo-German cultural exchange or Romanticism.... Ancient Ballad, Scott gives a cheerful account of the German class, which was carried on during the winters 1792a93 and 1793a942. ... He selected Gessnera#39;s Tod Abels as a suitably easy work for the beginners to essay their forces upon.
|Title||:||German Influence in the English Romantic Period 1788-1818|
|Author||:||F. W. Stokoe|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2013-10-10|