Lycanthropy in German Literature
Author: Peter Arnds
Publisher: Palgrave
ISBN: 978-1-349-56533-7
Date: 2015
Pages: 207
Format: PDF
Size:  1.4 Mb

Lycanthropy in German Literature argues that as a symbol of both power and parasitism, the human wolf of the Germanic Middle Ages is iconic to the representation of the persecution of undesirables in the German cultural imagination from the early modern age to the post-war literary scene.

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