Table of contents for A companion to the literature of German Expressionism / edited by Neil H. Donahue.

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List of Illustrations
Preface and Acknowledgments
	Neil H. Donahue
Philosophical Background
1:	Metaphysical Mimesis: Nietzsche's Geburt der Tragödie and 
the Aesthetics of Literary Expressionism
	Richard T. Gray
2:	Expressionist Prose
	Walter H. Sokel
3:	Prosaic Intensities: The Short Prose of German Expressionism
	Rhys W. Williams
4:	The Cutting Edge of German Expressionism: 
The Woodcut Novel of Frans Masereel and Its Influences
	Perry Willett
5:	Menschheitsdämmerung: The Aging of the Canon
	Francis Michael Sharp
6:	Choric Consciousness in Expressionist Poetry: 
Ernst Stadler, Else Lasker-Schüler, Georg Heym, 
Georg Trakl, Gottfried Benn
	James Rolleston
7:	Performing the Poem: Rituals of Activism in Expressionist Poetry
	Klaus Weissenberger
8:	Provocation and Proclamation, Vision and Imagery: 
 Expressionist Theater between German Idealism and Modernity
	Ernst Schürer
9:	The Spirit of Expressionism ex machina: The Staging of 
Technology in Expressionist Drama
	Christa Spreizer
10:	Intimate Strangers: Women in German Expressionism
	Barbara D. Wright
11:	Expressionism and Cinema: Reflections on a Phantasmagoria 
of Film History
	Sabine Hake
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Notes on the Contributors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

German literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.