A selection of studies in German literature published by Keith Leopold over the last 40 years. Topics include the novel, the novella and narrative forms in general. Authors under discussion range from Wieland to Hans Hellmut Kirst.
Contents: Germany and the European Novel - Wieland's Don Sylvio von Rosalva - Religious Satire in Keller's Kammacher - Meyer
and Mérimée - Ricarda Huch's Der letzte Sommer - Stream of Consciousness Novel - Franz Kafka's Stories in the First Per- son
- Kafka, Freud, and «Ein Landarzt» - Breaks in Perspectives in Franz Kafka's Der Prozess - Point of View in the Novels of
Thomas Mann - The Time Levels in Thomas Mann's Joseph the Provider - The Tangled Web of the General's Night. Hans Hellmut
Kirst and James Hadley Chase - Andreas Gryphius and the Sieur de Saint-Lazare.