TITLE

Die englischen Wurzeln des deutschen Bildungsromans

AUTHOR(S)
Obermann, Roswita; Stern, Guy
PUB. DATE
January 2003
SOURCE
Fielding, Wieland, Goethe & the Rise of the Novel;2003, p115
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
The article examines the works of authors Henry Fielding, Christoph Martin Wieland and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. According to the article, there is some sort of similarity among all three authors in their writing styles. It states that Fielding had a major influence on the emergence of Bildungsromans which is regarded as Germany's greatest contribution to prose fiction.
ACCESSION #
19404155

 

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