1136 Pages
    by Routledge

    Designed to provide English readers of German literature the opportunity to familiarize themselves with both the established canon and newly emerging literatures that reflect the concerns of women and ethnic minorities, the Encyclopedia of German Literature includes more than 500 entries on writers, individual work, and topics essential to an understanding of this rich literary tradition. Drawing on the expertise of an international group of experts, the essays in the encyclopedia reflect developments of the latest scholarship in German literature, culture, and history and society. In addition to the essays, author entries include biographies and works lists; and works entries provide information about first editions, selected critical editions, and English-language translations. All entries conclude with a list of further readings.

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    Matthias Konzett

    "A wide-ranging reference tool with a useful interdisciplinary approach to its subject. A necessary and rare addition to all serious literature collections." -- Library Journal (Starred review)
    "Konzett's exciting new reference work brings unprecedented depth and erudition to German literary studies in English, going far beyond the terse telegraphic entries of the traditional standard-bearer, Oxford Companion to German Literature ...A major new reference work in the field, very highly recommended for all libraries supporting German literature." -- Choice
    "Highly recommended for all academic and large public libraries serving interest in German literature." -- Booklist/RBB (Starred review)