Studies in Classicism and Romanticism: "Festschrift</I> for Dennis F. Mahoney in Celebration of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday
Edited By Wolfgang Mieder
Mahoney has taught German language, culture, literature, and film at the University of Vermont for thirty-five years, and has received national and international recognition. On campus he has been a champion of international education, advising students about studying abroad, setting up an exchange program with the University of Augsburg, and inviting students and colleagues from Germany to Vermont. He has received an Excellence in Teaching Award, an Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Education, and he was the first American to be named president of the International Novalis Society.
The title of this Festschrift captures Mahoney’s life-long occupation with this rich period of German cultural, intellectual, and literary life. The essays display his erudition and expertise on such subjects as the multifaceted Age of Goethe, including the continuing discussion of the nature of the Bildungsroman and the influence of the French Revolution. The essays deal primarily with Goethe, Schiller, and Novalis, but Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, Georg Forster, Caroline von Wolzogen, Jean Paul, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Achim von Amim, and others are discussed as well. These individual essays are representative of Mahoney’s accomplishments as a literary scholar – and a remarkable professor, colleague, and friend.
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
From Goethe to Novalis: studies in classicism and romanticism: festschrift for Dennis F. Mahoney in celebration of his sixty-fifth birthday / edited by Wolfgang Mieder. pages cm Includes bibliographical references. Summary: “Achim von Arnim, Bildungsroman, Classicism, German literature, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, E.T.A. Hoffmann, Dennis F. Mahoney, Novalis, nov Jean Paul, Romanticism, Friedrich Schiller” — Provided by publisher. 1. German literature—18th century—History and criticism. 2. German literature—19th century—History and criticism. 3. Classicism—Germany. 4. Romanticism—Germany. I. Mahoney, Dennis F. II. Mieder, Wolfgang, editor. III. Title: Festschrift for Dennis F. Mahoney in celebration of his sixty-fifth birthday. PT285.F76 830.9’006—dc23 2014022627 ISBN 978-1-4331-2760-1 (hardcover) ISBN 978-1-4539-1415-1 (e-book)
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