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FAUST NCE 2E PA

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2nd
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9780393972825

ISBN10:
0393972828
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Pub. Date:
9/17/2000
Publisher(s):
W W NORTON
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Summary

Walter Arndt's translation of Faust reproduces the sense of the German original and Goethe's enormously varied metrics and rhyme schemes. This edition presents Parts I and II complete. Cyrus Hamlin provides essential supporting material for this difficult text, and his Interpretive Notes have been expanded and reset in larger, easy-to-read type. "Comments by Contemporaries" includes short pieces by Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Thomas Carlyle, and Wilhelm von Humboldt. "Modern Criticism"--comprised of ten essays newly added to the Second Edition--presents the perspectives of Stuart Atkins, Jaroslav Pelikan, Benjamin Bennett, Franco Moretti, Friedrich A. Kittler, Neil M. Flax, Marc Shell, Jane Brown, Hans Rudolf Vaget, and Marshall Berman. A Selected Bibliography is included.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
The Text of Faust. A Tragedy
1(344)
The Tragedy's First Part
12(123)
Walpurgis Night
110(10)
Walpurgis Night's Dream or the Golden Wedding of Oberon and Titania. Intermezzo
120(15)
The Tragedy's Second Part in Five Acts
135(210)
Act I
135(52)
Act II
187(12)
Classical Walpurgis Night
199(42)
Act III [Helena. Classical-Romantic Phantasmagoria]
241(46)
Act IV
287(26)
Act V
313(32)
Interpretive Notes
345(148)
Contexts
493(78)
Selected Illustrations for Faust
494(11)
The Composition of Faust
505(9)
Goethe on Faust
514(36)
From Goethe's Autobiography
514(1)
From Italian Journey
515(1)
Faust Plan of 1800
515(1)
From Goethe's Correspondence with Schiller, 1794--1801
516(5)
Outline of the Contents for Part Two
521(2)
Second Sketch for the Announcement of the Helena
523(7)
From Goethe's Letters and His Conversations with Eckermann
530(20)
Comments by Contemporaries
550(21)
Response to the Newly Published Fragment of Faust
550(1)
Wilhelm von Humboldt
First Impression of Faust
551(1)
Henrik Steffens
Review of the Fragment of 1790
552(1)
August Wilhelm Schlegel
On Hamlet and Faust as Philosophical Tragedies
553(2)
Friedrich Schlegel
On Faust as Tragicomedy
555(2)
Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling
Paraphrase of Faust, from The Phenomenology of Mind
557(1)
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
``Faustus''
558(2)
Madame de Stael
First Notice of Faust in English
560(3)
Thomas Carlyle
Faust
563(2)
Heinrich Heine
``Goethe''
565(2)
Margaret Fuller
General Remarks on Goethe
567(4)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Modern Criticism
571(160)
Survey of the Faust Theme
573(13)
Stuart Atkins
Faust as Doctor of Theology
586(12)
Jaroslav Pelikan
Interrupted Tragedy as a Structural Principal in Faust
598(13)
Benjamin Bennett
Goethe's Faust as Modern Epic
611(23)
Franco Moretti
Faust and Discourse Networks
634(16)
Friedrich A. Kittler
The Presence of the Sign in Goethe's Faust
650(18)
Neil M. Flax
The Economics of Translation in Goethe's Faust
668(20)
Marc Shell
The Spirit of Water: Faust, Part Two, Act II
688(16)
Jane K. Brown
The Ethics of Faust's Last Actions
704(11)
Hans Rudolf Vaget
Faust as Developer
715(13)
Marshall Berman
What the Lovers in the Old Songs Thought
728(3)
John Hollander
A Chronology 731(4)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Selected Bibliography 735


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