By Lucia Ruprecht
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Lucia Ruprecht's research is the 1st monograph in English to examine the connection among nineteenth-century German literature and theatrical dance. Combining cultural background with shut readings of significant texts via Heinrich von Kleist, E. T. A. Hoffmann and Heinrich Heine, the writer brings to gentle little-known German assets on dance to deal with the theoretical implications of interpreting the interdiscursive and intermedial relatives among the 3 authors' literary works, aesthetic reflections on dance, and dance of the interval.
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