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Boris Paternak and the Tradition of German Romanticism


Karen Evans-Romaine

The goal of this dissertation is to document Pasternak's reception of literature from three periods within German Romanticism: the early Romanticism of the Jena School's greatest literary representative, Friedrich von Hardenberg, whose pseudonym was Novalis; the "second-generation" Romanticism of E.T.A. Hoffmann; and the end and eventual rejection of German Romanticism, represented by Heinrich Heine. Revised version of the author's thesis (Ph. D.). University of Michigan, 1996. In kyrillischer Schrift

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