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The Presence of God in the World

A Contribution to Postmodern Christology based on the Theologies of PaulTillich and Karl Rahner

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Steven Ogden

Detailed analyses of Karl Krolow's autobiographical poetry, 1945-1958. Among others: «Selbstbildnis 1945», «Niemand wird helfen» (1950), «Robinson I-III» (1958). To ascertain the foreign influence, poems of the fifties are compared to French poems of similar theme, Krolow had translated. Example: Reverdy's «Monsieur X».
Marked differences in content and analytical methods: Sole focus on Krolow's autobiographical poetry, 1945-1958. Detailed interpretations of the same. Comparison with relevant French poems. By contrast: A. Rümmler, Die Entwicklung der Metaphorik in der Lyrik Karl Krolows (1942-1962) (Lang, 1972) and unpublished dissertation of T. Drevikovsky.
The Author: Vera B. Profit is Associate Professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of Notre Dame. Particularly interested in modern French and German poetry, her previous publications include: Interpretations of Iwan Goll's late Poetry with a comprehensive and annotated Bibliography of the Writings by and about Iwan Goll (Peter Lang, 1977). She earned her Ph.D. at the University of Rochester and, as part of her academic preparation, spent two years studying abroad: one at the University of Vienna, the other at the Sorbonne.