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100 1  Cook, Roger F.,|d1948- 
245 12 A companion to the works of Heinrich Heine /|cedited by 
       Roger F. Cook. 
260    Rochester, NY :|bCamden House,|c2002. 
300    1 online resource (xii, 373 pages). 
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490 1  Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tThe romantic poet: illusions lost and found: the 
       experiential world of Heine's Buch der lieder /|rMichael 
       Perraudin --|tA walk on the wild side: Heine's eroticism /
       |rPaul Peters --|tThe riddle of love: romantic poetry and 
       historical progress /|rRoger F. Cook --|tNightingales 
       instead of owls: Heine's joyous philosophy /|rWilli 
       Goetschel --|tEternal return or indiscernible progress? 
       Heine's conception of history after 1848 /|rGerhard Höhn -
       -|tHeinrich Heine and the discourse of mythology /|rPaul 
       Reitter --|tTroubled apostate: Heine's conversion and its 
       consequences /|rRobert C. Holub --|tHeine and Jewish 
       culture: the poetics of appropriation /|rJeffrey Grossman 
       --|tMathilde's interruption: archetypes of modernity in 
       Heine's later poetry /|rAnthony Phelan --|tLate thoughts: 
       reconsiderations from the "matratzengruft" /|rJoseph A. 
       Kruse --|tHeine and Weimar /|rGeorge F. Peters. 
520    As the most prominent German-Jewish Romantic writer, 
       Heinrich Heine (1797-1856) became a focal point for much 
       of the tension generated by the Jewish assimilation to 
       German culture in a time marked bya growing emphasis on 
       the shared ancestry of the German <I>Volk.</I> As both an 
       ingenious composer of Romantic verse and the originator of
       modernist German prose, he defied nationalist-Romantic 
       concepts of creative genius that grounded German greatness
       in an idealist tradition of <I>Dichter und Denker.</I> And
       as a brash, often reckless champion of freedom and social 
       justice, he challenged not only the reactionary ruling 
       powers of Restoration Germany but also the incipient 
       nationalist ideology that would have fateful consequences 
       for the new Germany--consequences he often portended with 
       a prophetic vision born of his own experience. Reaching to
       the heart of the G̀erman question,' the controversies 
       surrounding Heine have been as intense since his death as 
       they were in his own lifetime, often serving as an acid 
       test for important questions of national and social 
       consciousness. This new volume of essays by scholars from 
       Germany, Britain, Canada, and the United States offers new
       critical insights on key recurring issues in his work: the
       symbiosis of German and Jewish culture; emerging 
       nationalism among the European peoples; critical views of 
       Romanticism and modern philosophy; Europeanculture on the 
       threshold to modernity; irony, wit, and self-critique as 
       requisite elements of a modern aesthetic; changing views 
       on teleology and the dialectics of history; and final 
       thoughts and reconsiderations from his last, prolonged 
       years in a sickbed. Contributors: Michael Perraudin, Paul 
       Peters, Roger F. Cook, Willi Goetschel, Gerhard Hoehn, 
       Paul Reitter, Robert C. Holub, Jeffrey Grossman, Anthony 
       Phelan, Joseph A. Kruse, and George F. Peters. <BR>Roger 
       F. Cook is professor of German at the University of 
       Missouri, Columbia. 
600 10 Heine, Heinrich,|d1797-1856|xCriticism and interpretation.
650  0 Authors, German|y19th century|vBiography. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
655  7 Biography.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01423686 
655  7 Criticism, interpretation, etc.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411635 
700 1  Cook, Roger F.,|d1948- 
710 2  JSTOR|eissuing body. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aCook, Roger F., 1948-|tCompanion to the 
       works of Heinrich Heine.|dRochester, NY : Camden House, 
       2002|w(DLC)  2002019455 
830  0 Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture. 
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