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by Katherine M. Arens
Author: Katherine M. Arens
Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1984)
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Home Arens, Katherine M. Functionalism and Fin de SiÃ cle (Stanford . Part I assesses the main thrust of Mauthner's critique, an exposi- tion of th. .
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Following Mauthner to his acknowledged sources, Part II of the study treats programmatic statements of Mach, Droysen, and the Neo- grammarians.
Stanford German Studies. Arens, Katherine, 1953Functionalism and fin de siecle. Stanford German studies; v. 23) Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. tanford University, 1980). Bibliography : p. l. Mauthner, fritz, 1849-1923. Beitriige zu einer Kritik der Sprache. 3. Methodology - History.
Supervisor: Katherine Arens. Stanford University, 1981. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 268-298). Includes bibliographical references. Thesis (Ph. -Stanford University, 1981.
Functionalism and Fin de Siècle. Katherine Marie Arens was born on November 25, 1953, in Chicago, Illinois, United States. 0201X/?tag prabook0b-20. She is a daughter of Edward James Arens, an electrical and mechanical engineer, and Eleanor (Baumgartner) Arens.
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This first extensive study of Mauthner's popular essays and fiction traces his .
This first extensive study of Mauthner's popular essays and fiction traces his critiques of Wilhelminian Germany and of rising European nationalism. Mauthner dissects the era's dominant culture, including its class-, ethnicity-, and gender-bound identity politics, judicial discrimination, ethnic nationalism, and the press. The Author: Katherine Arens is Professor of Germanic Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin. In addition, she has published articles on literary theory, German idealist philosophy, germanophone literatures and intellectual history since 1700, and Austrian literature and culture.