Theodore Ziolkowski - Works


  • 1964. Hermann Broch
  • 1965. The Novels of Hermann Hesse: Themes and Structures
  • 1966. Hermann Hesse
  • 1969. Dimensions of the Modern Novel: German Texts and European Contexts
  • 1972. Fictional Transfigurations of Jesus (James Russell Lowell Prize of MLA)
  • 1973, ed. Hesse: A Collection of Critical Essays.
  • 1976. My Belief: Essays on Life and Art by Hermann Hesse. Editor of English translation.
  • 1977. Disenchanted Images: A Literary Iconology
  • 1979. Der Schriftsteller Hermann Hesse
  • 1980. The Classical German Elegy, 1795-1950
  • 1983. Varieties of Literary Thematics
  • 1990. German Romanticism and Its Institutions
  • 1991, ed. Soul of the Age: Letters of Hermann Hesse.
  • 1993. Virgil and the Moderns.
  • 1997. The Mirror of Justice: Literary Reflections of Legal Crises (Christian Gauss Award of Phi Beta Kappa).
  • 1998. The View from the Tower. Origins of an Antimodernist Image. ISBN 0-691-05907-1
  • 1998. Das Wunderjahr in Jena: Geist und Gesellschaft, 1794/95
  • 2000. The Sin of Knowledge: Ancient Themes and Modern Variations.
  • 2002. Berlin: Aufstieg einer Kulturmetropole um 1810
  • 2004. Clio the Romantic Muse: Historicizing the Faculties in Germany (Barricelli Prize of International Conference on Romanticism)
  • 2004. Hesitant Heroes: Private Inhibition, Cultural Crisis.
  • 2005. Ovid and the Moderns (Robert Motherwell Award of Dedalus Foundation)
  • 2006. Vorboten der Moderne: Eine Kulturgeschichte der Fruehromantik
  • 2007 Modes of Faith: Secular Surrogates for Lost Religious Belief
  • 2008 Minos and the Moderns: Cretan Myth in Twentieth-Century Literature and Art
  • 2008 Mythologisierte Gegenwart: Deutsches Erleben seit 1933 in antikem Gewand
  • 2009 Heidelberger Romantik: Mythos und Symbol
  • 2009 Scandal on Stage: European Theater as Moral Trial
  • 2010 Die Welt im Gedicht. Rilkes Sonette an Orpheus II.4
  • 2010 Dresdner Romantik: Politik und Harmonie
  • 2011 Gilgamesh among Us: Modern Encounters with the Ancient Epic

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