Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel: Eberhard Werner Happel, 1647-1690 (Hardback)

Gerhild Scholz Williams

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Language: English . Brand New Book. Eberhard Happel, Baroque German author of an extensive body of work of fiction and nonfiction, has for many years been categorised as a courtly-gallant novelist. In Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel , author Gerhild Scholz Williams argues that categorising him thus is to seriously misread him and to miss out on a fascinating perspective on this dynamic period in German history. Happel primarily lived and worked in the vigorous port city of Hamburg, which was a media centre in terms of the access it offered to a wide library of books in public and private collections, and Hamburg s port status meant it buzzed with news and information. Happel s novels deal with many topics of current interest--explorations of national identity formation, gender and sexualities, Western European encounters with neighbours to the East, confrontations with non-European and non-Western powers and cultures--and they feature multiple media, including news reports, news collections, and travel writings. As a result, Happel s use of contemporary source material in his novels feeds the current interest in the impact of the production of knowledge on 17th-century narrative. Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel explores the narrative wealth and multiversity of Happel s work, examines Happel s novels as illustrative of 17th-century novel writing in Germany, and investigates the synergistic relationship in Happel s writings between the booming print media industry and the evolution of the German novel. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : Eberhard Happel, Baroque German author of an extensive body of work of fiction and nonfiction, has for many years been categorised as a "courtly-gallant" novelist. In Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel, author Gerhild Scholz Williams argues that categorising him thus is to seriously misread him and to miss out on a fascinating perspective on this dynamic period in German history.

Happel primarily lived and worked in the vigorous port city of Hamburg, which was a "media centre" in terms of the access it offered to a wide library of books in public and private collections, and Hamburg's port status meant it buzzed with news and information. Happel's novels deal with many topics of current interest--explorations of national identity formation, gender and sexualities, Western European encounters with neighbours to the East, confrontations with non-European and non-Western powers and cultures--and they feature multiple media, including news reports, news collections, and travel writings. As a result, Happel's use of contemporary source material in his novels feeds the current interest in the impact of the production of knowledge on 17th-century narrative. Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel explores the narrative wealth and multiversity of Happel's work, examines Happel's novels as illustrative of 17th-century novel writing in Germany, and investigates the synergistic relationship in Happel's writings between the booming print media industry and the evolution of the German novel.

A propos de l'auteur: Gerhild Scholz Williams is Vice Provost, Barbara Schaps Thomas and David M. Thomas Professor in the Humanities, and Associate Vice Chancellor at Washington University in St. Louis, USA.

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Titre : Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century...
Éditeur : The University of Michigan Press
Date d'édition : 2014
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Description du livre The University of Michigan Press. Hardback. État : new. BRAND NEW, Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel: Eberhard Werner Happel, 1647-1690, Gerhild Scholz Williams, Eberhard Happel, Baroque German author of an extensive body of work of fiction and nonfiction, has for many years been categorised as a "courtly-gallant" novelist. In Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel , author Gerhild Scholz Williams argues that categorising him thus is to seriously misread him and to miss out on a fascinating perspective on this dynamic period in German history. Happel primarily lived and worked in the vigorous port city of Hamburg, which was a "media centre" in terms of the access it offered to a wide library of books in public and private collections, and Hamburg's port status meant it buzzed with news and information. Happel's novels deal with many topics of current interest--explorations of national identity formation, gender and sexualities, Western European encounters with neighbours to the East, confrontations with non-European and non-Western powers and cultures--and they feature multiple media, including news reports, news collections, and travel writings. As a result, Happel's use of contemporary source material in his novels feeds the current interest in the impact of the production of knowledge on 17th-century narrative. Mediating Culture in the Seventeenth-Century German Novel explores the narrative wealth and multiversity of Happel's work, examines Happel's novels as illustrative of 17th-century novel writing in Germany, and investigates the synergistic relationship in Happel's writings between the booming print media industry and the evolution of the German novel. N° de réf. du libraire B9780472119240

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