This collection of essays is a sequel to "Anglo-German Studies" published in 1992 by the Leeds Philosophical and Literary Society. The emphasis of this volume is on the English reception of German literature.
Table of Contents
Schiller, Kleist and Wagner - a great British tradition?, Fred Bridgham; a romantic in Ratzeburg - Coleridge's debt to North German "Provinz", Ingo Cornils; William Poel's "Wallenstein" - moment, Joyce Crick; "Our wretched German cousins" - A.R. Orage and Germany, Diane Milburn; Mephisto in modern English guise, Richard F.M. Byrn; Shakespeare into Celan - sonnets 1, 105 and 107, Raymond Hargreaves; rewriting, recycling - Friedrich D'rrenmatt and "The Tragedy of King John", Sydney G. Donald; Josephine Butler's campaign against the double moral standard and its repircussions in Germany, Ingrid Sharp; three letters to Jethro Bithell from the correspondence held in the Brotherton Library Bithell Collection - from Alfred Mombert (6/9/1909) edited by Susan Bollinger, from Franz Werfel (4/4/1940) edited by John Hogg, from Hans Carossa (9/5/1949) edited by Claire Harder.