Romanticism after Auschwitz /
Romanticism After Auschwitz argues that romanticism and its rhetoric must be rethought on the basis of two circumstances: the failure of literary historical models to account for the texts that we call "romantic" and the uncomfortable endurance of the tropes and figures associated with rom...
Stanford, Calif. :
Stanford University Press,
|Series:||Cultural memory in the present.
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