Inciting Laughter: The Development of "Jewish Humor" in 19th Century German Culture

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Walter de Gruyter, 01.01.2000 - 338 Seiten
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Atta Troll
180
Cottas neglect and Heines individual reception
189
Judenwitz in and as Literary History
193
The core myth of German literary history
195
The adaptation of the myth over time
207
Continuity and caesura
222
CONCLUSION
224
TRANSLATONS
229

Ludwig Börnes Serious Humor
64
Börnes attitudes toward Jewishness and humor
69
Börne as arts critic
81
Affinities between Börne and Menzel
91
Börnes direct political writings
99
The antiJudenwitz backlash
104
Menzel as Börne apologist
114
Börnes response
117
The BörneMenzel estrangement
123
Börnes final shift
133
Börnes individual reception
136
CHAPTER 4 Who Gets the Job Now? Heinrich Heine and the J G Cotta Publishing House
139
Heines early contact with Cotta
144
Judenwitz and literary talent
149
The Baths of Lucca
157
The backlash against The Baths of Lucca and its influence on Cotta
173
Introduction
231
The KilledOff Yet Still Alive and Kicking M G Saphir or Thirteen Dramatic Poets and a Magician Against One Lone Editor
232
Come Here or Dear Public Look and Trust Whom You Please
235
On Witz
238
On Börne
241
The Jews in Frankfurt am Main
244
Theater Reviews
247
Monograph of the German Post Snail A Contribution to the Natural History of Mollusks and Testaceans
253
Letters from Paris
259
Menzel the Frenchmens Scourge
262
The Baths of Lucca
266
Bibliography
313
Secondary Sources
317
Index
327
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