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German Realism in the United States

The American Reception of Meyer, Storm, Raabe, Keller and Fontane


Inga E. Mullen

Contents: Old misconceptions about the provincialism of German nineteenth-century writers have traditionally plagued the acceptance of German realists in the United States. This study traces attitudes that are displayed and images that are generated in critical discussions by English-speaking scholars without attempting to evaluate these texts.