Edited By Agnieszka Gutthy
Romantic Weltliteratur of the Western World is a collection of essays that examine Romantic literature and art from Europe and America. Since Goethe coined the concept of Weltliteratur, scholarly interest in comparative, global, and transnational literary and cultural studies has only continued to grow. Intended to complement existing scholarship, the essays in this volume offer a variety of critical approaches to Romantic literature and explore the dialogic component of different literary works as well as their transnational intertextualities.
About the editor
Agnieszka Gutthy is a professor in the Department of World Languages and Cultures at Southeastern Louisiana University. She received her Ph.D. in Spanish literature from Temple University in Philadelphia. Her research interests include European minority languages and cultures: Basque in Spain and Kashubs in Poland, as well as comparative literature. She has edited books on literature in exile and has published numerous essays on Spanish, Basque, Polish, and Kashubian literatures.
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