C. M. Wieland's "Die Geschichte des Agathon" (Christoph Martin Wieland)

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dc.contributor.advisor Eifler, Margret
dc.creator Schoolar, Geoffrey 2009-06-04T00:15:16Z 2009-06-04T00:15:16Z 1993
dc.description.abstract The first and third versions of Wieland's Die Geschichte des Agathon differ from each other in various ways. One observes differences in style, wording, chapter grouping, and other "superficial" changes. There are also major differences in content. Chief among these are the "Danae Geschichte" and the episode at Tarent, which are depicted in detail only in the third version. The respective endings of the two works are remarkably different, and one observes a development in Agathon's character more completely in the third version. Agathon's character development is central to the question whether or not Agathon is a "Bildungsroman".
dc.format.extent 73 p.
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dc.language.iso eng
dc.subject Literature, Germanic
dc.title C. M. Wieland's "Die Geschichte des Agathon" (Christoph Martin Wieland)
dc.type.genre Thesis
dc.type.material Text German and Russian Humanities Rice University Masters Master of Arts
dc.identifier.citation Schoolar, Geoffrey. (1993) "C. M. Wieland's "Die Geschichte des Agathon" (Christoph Martin Wieland)." Masters Thesis, Rice University.

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