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Romanticism in Germany: A research guide  

Studying Romanticism and the Gothic in German literatures.
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Finding Library Resources on German Romanticism

To find books in the catalog on German Romanticism and the Gothic, search the Online Catalog using the following subject headings:

Romanticism - Germany

Romanticism in art - Germany

Romanticism in music - Germany

Art, Gothic

Architecture, Gothic

Sculpture, Gothic

Sturm und Drang movement - this movement was the forerunner of German Romanticism.

More general subject headings on Gothic literature might include:

Gothic literature - History and Criticism

Gothic revival (literature)

Here are Tips for Searching the Online Catalog.

 

Background Information

The Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era is available both online as well as print. The hard copies are held at the Undergraduate Library as well as the History, Philosophy & Newspaper Library. Here is the catalog record for the print copy.

The Encyclopedia of German Literature offers an excellent introduction to German Romanticism as a whole. Available online through Credo in the library's Online Reference Collection.

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