|dc.contributor.author||Vanchena, Lorie A.||
|dc.identifier.citation||Lorie A. Vanchena, 2007, "The Americanization of Ernst Moritz Arndt’s Political Poetry.” In Ernst Moritz Arndt (1796-1860): Deutscher Nationalismus—Europa—Transatlantische Perspektiven, ed. Walter Erhart and Arne Koch, vol. 112 of Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, pp. 209-28.||
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|dc.description.abstract||Ernst Moritz Arndt's patriotic poem, "Des Deutschen Vaterland" (1813), written in response to the Wars of Liberation, is characterized by its anti-French rhetoric and call for a unified German nation. Widely published and performed in the German territories prior to the Revolution of 1848, the poem experienced renewed popularity during the Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871. This European conflict also resonated among German Americans, who published Arndt's poem in English translation to demonstrate their support of the German war effort. These publications evidence the process by which German cultural material was adapted to and also helped shape the immigrants' new national context.||
|dc.publisher||Max Niemeyer Verlag||
|dc.subject||Arndt, Ernst Moritz||
|dc.subject||German American literature--19th century--history and criticism||
|dc.subject||German literature--19th century--history and criticism||
|dc.title||The Americanization of Ernst Moritz Arndt's Political Poetry in the Nineteenth Century||
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Lorie A. Vanchena, 2007, "Cultural Transfer and the Appropriation of Ernst Moritz Arndt’s Political Poetry.” In Ernst Moritz Arndt (1796-1860): Deutscher Nationalismus—Europa—Transatlantische Perspektiven, ed. Walter Erhart and Arne Koch, vol. 112 of Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer Verlag, pp. 209-28.
I would like to archive the final pdf version as it appears in the monograph.
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Thank you for your attention to this matter. I look forward to hearing from you.
Lorie A. Vanchena, Associate Professor
Associate Chair and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Germanic Languages & Literatures
Associate Director for European Studies, Center for Global & International Studies
University of Kansas
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