HARVARD STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
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Harvard Studies in Comparative Literature 37

The Taming of Romanticism

European Literature and the Age of Biedermeier

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Publication Date: 10/23/1984

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This impressive work ranges widely over the whole of European literature. Particularly the firsthand knowledge of Romanian, Hungarian, Polish, and Russian literature makes it a truly international work of comparativism. And the main thesis is entirely convincing.—René Wellek

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