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Enduring Loss in Early Modern Germany: Cross Disciplinary Perspectives (Studies in Central European Histories) Hardcover – 30 Jun 2010

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[T]he volume provides a wealth of valuable insights on culture and emotion in the German-speaking lands during a turbulent and troubled time. Given recent interest among cultural historians and literary scholars in issues of emotion and its representation and memory and its commemoration, the collection makes a valuable contribution. [...] The production quality of this substantial and handsome book is excellent, and the essays are enhanced by nearly fifty illustrations and figures, a comprehensive bibliography, and a detailed index. Jason P. Coy (College of Charleston), The Journal of Modern History, Vol. 84, No. 3 (September 2012), pp. 758-760

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Lynne Tatlock (Ph.D. 1981, Indiana University) is Hortense and Tobias Lewin Distinguished Professor in the Humanities at Washington University in St. Louis. She has published widely on German literature and culture and recently translated meditations by Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg (Chicago, 2008).

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