GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume VIII, Number 1 (February 1985)

The Reform of Female Education in Prussia, 1899-1908: A Study in Compromise and Containment

11

JAMES C. ALBISETTI


Inflation and Black Marketeering in the Rhenish Agricultural Economy, 1919-1922

43

ERIC D. KOHLER


Kitsch and Propaganda: The Blending of Myth and History in Hedwig Courths-Mahler's Lissa geht ins Glück (1936)

65

M. KAY FLAVELL


War and Society in the Württemberg, 1939-1945: Beating the System

89

JILL STEPHENSON


West Germany: Reliable Partner? Perspectives on Recent German-American Relations

107

WOLFGANG SCHLAUCH


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume VIII, Number 2 (May 1985)

"Jeder schau der Nachbarin in die Augensterne": Das Frauenerlebnis im Busch-Gedicht

203

JOHN FITZELL


The Evolution of the Feminine Principle in Brecht's Work: Beyond the Feminist Critique

217

LAUREEN NUSSBAUM


The Hindu Conspiracy in California, 1913-1918

245

KARL HOOVER


Peter Handke und Frankreich

263

ULRICH WESCHE


Past Idyll or Future Utopia: Heimat in German Lyric Poetry of the 1930s and 1940s

281

CALVIN N. JONES


Hitler and England, 1933-1945: Pretense and Reality

299

RICHARD L. WEINBERG


GERMAN STUDIES REVIEW: Volume VIII, Number 3 (October 1985)

Absolutism and "Modernity" in Early Modern Central Europe

383

JAMES VAN HORN MELTON


Hoffmann's Phantasiestück in Callots Manier in Light of Friedrich Schlegel's Theory of the Arabesque

399

PATRICIA STANLEY


Sie kamen wie gerufen: Berlins Adoptivkinder, die Hugenotten

421

FREDERIC HARTWEG


Professionals and National Socialism: The Case Histories of a Small-Town Lawyer and a Physician, 1918-1945

449

LAWRENCE D. STOKES


An Orwellian Decade? Günter Grass between Despair and Hope

481

HEINZ D. OSTERLE


Die Grünen an den Grenzen ihres Wachstums: Eine Analyse ihrer Wähler und Repräsentanten nach den Wahlen 1984 und 1985

509

HANS-JOACHIM VEEN


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