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Works by A.W. Schlegel

The abbreviations used for references to, or quotations of, A.W. Schlegel are indicated below, at the beginning of the bibliography entries for the cited editions. All translation from German are mine.

Collected Works

  • 1846–1848, Sämtliche Werke [SW], edited by Eduard Böcking, 16 vols., Leipzig: Weidmann; reprinted in 1971–72, Hildesheim: Neudruck Verlag Olms. Includes his works written in French (Œuvres, in 3 volumes, 1848) and in Latin (Opuscula, quae Schlegelius latine scripta reliquit, 1848). (Scholar)
  • 1962–1974, Kritische Schriften und Briefe, edited by Edgar Lohner, Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer.
  • 1989–in progress, Kritische Ausgabe der Vorlesungen, 6 vol., edited by Ernst Behler and Frank Jolles, Paderborn, Munich: F. Schöningh.

Literary Works

  • 1800, Gedichte, Tübingen: Cotta.
  • 1803, Ion, Ein Schauspiel, Hamburg: Perthes.
  • 1811, Poetische Werke, 2 vols., Heidelberg: Mohr & Zimmer.

Critical Works

  • 1798–1800, Athenaeum [A], 3 vols., (Co-editor with Friedrich Schlegel), Berlin: Vieweg (vol. 1), Berlin: Frölich (vols. 2 and 3); reprinted in 1989, Dortmund: Harenberg. (Scholar)
  • 1801, Charakteristiken und Kritiken, with Friedrich Schlegel, 2 vols., Königsberg: Nicolovius.
  • 1807, Comparaison entre la Phèdre de Racine et celle d’Euripide, Paris : Tourneisen Fils ; reedited with slight modifications in 1842, Essais littéraires et historiques, Bonn: Edouard Weber, pp. 85 ff). (Scholar)
  • 1809–11, Über dramatische Kunst und Literatur. Vorlesungen, 3 vols., Heidelberg: Mohr & Zimmer.
  • 1813, Sur le système continental et sur les rapports avec la Suède, Hamburg.
  • 1816, Der deutsche Mann und der Patriot im Streit, Philadelphia: Spottvogel (i.e., Reutlingen: Mäken).
  • 1820–30, Indische Bibliothek [IB], 3 vols., Bonn: Weber.
  • 1828, Kritische Schriften [KS], 2 vols., Berlin: Reimer.
  • 1832, Réflexions sur l’étude des Langues Asiatiques suivies d’une lettre à M. Horace, Hayman Wilson, Bonn: Edouard Weber. (Scholar)
  • 1842, Essais littéraires et historiques, Bonn: Edouard Weber.
  • 1884 (posthumous), Vorlesungen über schöne Literatur und Kunst [VLK], edited by Jakob Minor, 3 vols., Heilbronn: Henningen; reprinted in 1968, Nendeln; Liechtenstein: Kraus. (Scholar)
  • 1913 (posthumous), Geschichte der deutschen Sprache und Poesie, (Lectures delivered at Bonn University between 1818–1819, edited by J. Körner, Berlin: Behr.

Translations

  • Rendorps, Joachim, 1793, Joachim Rendorps geheime Nachrichten zur Aufklärung der Vorfälle während des letzten Kriegs zwischen England und Holland, Leipzig: Heinsius. (Scholar)
  • William Shakespeare, 1797–1810, Shakespeare’s Dramatische Werke, with Caroline Schlegel, Ludwig and Dorothea Tieck, 9 vols., Berlin: Unger. (Scholar)
  • Horace Walpole, 1800, Historische, literarische und unterhaltende Schriften, Leipzig: Hartknoch. (Scholar)
  • Calderón de la Barca, 1803–1809, Spanisches Theater, 2 vols., Berlin: Hitzig. (Scholar)
  • assorted, 1804, Blumensträuße italienischer, spanischer und portugiesischer Poesie, Berlin: Realschulbuchhandlung. (Scholar)
  • Albertine Necker de Saussure, 1820, Über den Charackter und die Schriften der Frau von Staël, Paris, London and Strasburg: Treuttel und Würtz. (Scholar)
  • anonymous, 1823, Bhagavad-Gita, Bonn: Weber. (Scholar)
  • anonymous, 1829–46, Ramayana, 4 vols, Bonn: Weber. (Scholar)

Letters

  • 1922, August Wilhelm Schlegels Briefwechsel mit seinen Heidelberger Verlegern, edited by Erich Jenisch, Heidelber: Winter.
  • 1930, Briefe von und an August Wilhelm Schlegel, edited by Josef Körner, Zürich, Leipzig, Vienna: Amalthea.
  • 1936–37 and 1958, Kriesenjahre der Frühromantik. Briefen aus dem Schlegelkreis, edited by Josef Körner, Vienna, Leipzig: Rohrer and Berne: Francke. (Scholar)
  • 1972, Ludwig Tieck und die Brüder Schlegel. Briefe, edited by Edgar Lohner, Munich: Winkler.
  • 2012, Der Briefwechsel zwischen August Wilhelm von Schlegel und seiner Bonner Haushälterin Maria Löbel, Historisch-kritische Ausgabe, edited by Ralf G. Czapla and Franca V. Schwankweiler, Bonn: Bernstein.
  • 2013, Founders of Western Indology. August Wilhelm Schlegel and Henry Thomas Colebrooke in Correspondance 1820–1837, edited by Rosane Rocher and Ludo Rocher, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. (Scholar)
  • 2015, Der Briefwechsel zwischen Christian Friedrich Tieck und August Wilhelm Schlegel in den Jahren 1804 bis 1811, edited by Cornelia Bögel, Dresden: Thelem. (Scholar)

English Translations

  • 1813, The Continental System, and its relations with Sweden, London: J.J. Stockdale; anonymous translation.
  • 1815, A Course of Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature [LDA], translated by John Black and A.J.W. Morrison, London: George Bell and Sons; reprinted in 1846, London: H.G. Bohn; revised edition in 1894, reprinted in 1973, New York: AMS Press and 2004, Whitefish, MT: Kessinger. (Scholar)
  • 1944 (1833), A.W. Schlegel’s Lectures on German literature from Gottsched to Goethe, Oxford: B. Blackwell (notes taken by George Toynbee). (Scholar)

Selected Secondary Literature

English

  • Abrams, Meyer Howard, 1953, The Mirror and the Lamp: Romantic Theory and the Critical Tradition, London: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Adluri, Vishwa and Joydeep Bagche, 2014, The Nay Science: A History of German Indology, Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199931347.001.0001 (Scholar)
  • Atkinson, Margaret Edith, 1958, August Wilhelm Schlegel as a Translator of Shakespeare; a Comparison of Three Plays with the Original, Oxford: B. Blackwell. (Scholar)
  • Behler, Ernst, 1993, German Romantic Literary Theory, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2000, “On Truth and Lie in an Aesthetical Sense”, in Revenge of the Aesthetic: The Place of Literature Theory Today, Michael P. Clark (ed.), Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, pp. 76–93. (Scholar)
  • –––, 2002, “Lyric Poetry in the Early Romantic Theory of the Schlegel Brothers”, in Esterhammer 2002b: 115–141. (Scholar)
  • Benjamin, Walter, [1920] 1996, “The Concept of Criticism in German Romanticism”, Ph.D. thesis, printed in Walter Benjamin. Selected Writings, volume 1, 1913–1926, trans. by D. Lachtermann, H. Eiland and I. Balfour; M. Bullock, Michael W. Jennings (eds.), Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, pp. 116–201. (Scholar)
  • Berman, Antoine, 1992a, The Experience of the Foreign: Culture and Translation in Romantic Germany, Albany: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • –––, [1984] 1992b, “A.W. Schlegel, The Will to Translate Everything”, in The Experience of the Foreign: Culture and Translation in Romantic Germany (L’épreuve de l'étranger), trans. S. Heyvaert, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, pp. 129–141.
  • Bernofsky, Susan, 1997, “Schleiermacher’s Translation Theory and Varieties of Foreignization. August Wilhelm Schlegel vs. Johann Heinrich Voss”, The Translator, 3(2): 175–192. doi:10.1080/13556509.1997.10798997 (Scholar)
  • Billings, Joshua, 2013, “‘An Alien Body’? Choral Autonomy around 1800”, in Billings, Budelmann, & Macintosh 2013: 133–151. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670574.003.0009 (Scholar)
  • Billings, Joshua, Felix Budelmann, and Fiona Macintosh (eds.), 2013, Choruses, Ancient and Modern, Oxford: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670574.001.0001 (Scholar)
  • Black, John D., 1964, “The Education of Desire. Romanticizing Cultural Studies”, in his, The Politics of Enchantment: Romanticism, Media, and Cultural Studies, Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, pp. 15–37. (Scholar)
  • Carlson, Marvin, 1994, “Nationalism and the Romantic Drama in Europe”, in Gillespie 1994: 139–153. (Scholar)
  • Craig, Charlotte M., 2000, “August Wilhelm Schlegel 1767–1845”, in Encyclopedia of German Literature, M. Konzett (ed.), Chicago and London: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 863–865. (Scholar)
  • Dunbar, Zachary, 2013, “‘How do we solve a Problem like the Chorus?’ Hammerstein’s Allegro and the Reception of the Greek Chorus on Broadway”, in Billings, Budelmann, & Macintosh 2013: 243–260. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670574.003.0015 (Scholar)
  • Engel, Manfred and Jürgen Lehmann, 2004, “The Aesthetics of German Idealism and Its Reception in European Romanticism”, in Nonfictional Romantic Prose: Expanding Boarders (Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages), S.P. Steven, N. Virgil (eds.) in collaboration with G. Gillespie, Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 69–95. (Scholar)
  • Esterhammer, Angela, 2002a, “The Critic”, in The Cambridge Companion to Coleridge, (Cambridge Companions to Literature), Lucy Newly (ed.), Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, pp. 142–155. doi:10.1017/CCOL0521650712.010 (Scholar)
  • ––– (ed.), 2002b, Romantic Poetry, Amsterdam: John Benjamin’s Pub. Co. (Scholar)
  • Ewton, Ralph W., 1972, The Literary Theories of August Wilhelm Schlegel, The Hague: Mouton. (Scholar)
  • Ferber, Michael (ed.), 2005, A Companion to European Romanticism, Malden and Oxford: Blackwell. doi:10.1111/b.9781405110396.2005.x (Scholar)
  • Franzel, Sean, 2014, “Romantic Encyclopedics and the Lecture Form: Schelling, A.W. Schlegel, A. von Humboldt”, European Romantic Review, 25(3): 347–356. doi:10.1080/10509585.2014.899762 (Scholar)
  • Furst, Lilian R., 1969 [1976, 1982], Romanticism, London: Cambridge University Press. (Scholar)
  • Flaherty, Gloria, 1994, “Empathy and Distance. German Romantic Theories of Acting Reconsidered”, in Gillespie 1994: 181–209. (Scholar)
  • Gillespie, Gerald (ed.), 1994, Romantic Drama, Philadelphia and Amsterdam: John Benjamin’s Publishing Co. (Scholar)
  • Goldhill, Simon, 2013, “The Greek Chorus: Our German Eyes”, in Billings, Budelmann, & Macintosh 2013: 35–52. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199670574.003.0003 (Scholar)
  • Grundmann, Heike, 2005, “Shakespeare and European Romanticism”, in Ferber 2005: 29–48. doi:10.1111/b.9781405110396.2005.00004.x (Scholar)
  • Heine, Heinrich, 1833, “The Romantic School”, in Heinrich Heine 1797–1856: The Romantic School and Other Essays (The German Library, 33), trans. by Robert C. Holub, Jost Hermand and Volkmar Sander (eds.), New York: Continuum, 1985, pp. 1–128. (Scholar)
  • Helmholtz-Phelan, Anna Augusta von, 1907, The Indebtedness of Samuel Taylor Coleridge to August Wilhelm von Schlegel, Thesis (doctoral), Madison: University of Wisconsin (Philology and literature series). (Scholar)
  • Lacoue-Labarthe Philippe and Jean-Luc Nancy, [1978] 1988, The Literary Absolute: the Theory of Literature in German Romanticism (L’absolu littéraire : théorie de la littérature du romantisme allemand), trans. by Philip Barnard and Cheryl Lester, Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. (Scholar)
  • Lefevere, André, 1977, Translating Literature: The German Tradition from Luther to Rosenzweig, Assen and Amsterdam: Van Gorcum (especially pp. 46–57). (Scholar)
  • Müller-Vollmer, Kurt, 2000 [2002], “Transcendentalist Writings. Transfers, Inscriptions, Transformations”, in The Internationality of National Literature in Either America: Transfer and Transformation, A. Paul Frank and Kurt Mueller-Vollmer (eds.), Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, pp. 295–319. (Scholar)
  • Neubauer, John, 2002, “Organicist Poetics as Romantic Heritage?”, in Esterhammer 2002b: 491–508. (Scholar)
  • Paulin, Roger, 2016, The Life of August Wilhelm Schlegel, Cosmopolitan of Art and Poetry, Cambridge: Open Book Publishers. (Scholar)
  • Plug, Jan, 2004, “Romanticism and the Invention of Literature”, in Idealism without Absolutes: Philosophy and Romantic Culture, Tilottama Rajan and Arkady Plotnitsky (ed.), New York: State University of New York Press, pp. 15–39. (Scholar)
  • Robinson, Douglas, 1991, The Translator’s Turn, Baltimore and London: John Hopkins University Press. (Scholar)
  • Sauer, Thomas G., 1981, A.W. Schlegel’s Shakespearean Criticism in England, 1811–1846, Bonn: Bouvier Verlag H. Grundmann. (Scholar)
  • Schmelling, Manfred, 1994, “‘Theatre in the Theatre’ and ‘World Theatre’: Play Thematics and the Breakthrough of Romantic Drama”, in Gillespie 1994: 35–59. (Scholar)
  • Schulte-Sasse, Jochen, [1985] 1988, “The Concept of Literary Criticism in German Romanticism, 1795–1810”, in A History of German Literary Criticism, 1730–1980 (Geschichte der deutschen Literaturkritik (1730-1980)), Peter Uwe Hohendahl (ed.), Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, pp. 99–177. (Scholar)
  • Welleck, René, 1955, “August Wilhelm Schlegel”, in A History of Modern Criticism: 1750–1950, vol. II, New Haven: Yale University Press, pp. 36–73. (Scholar)
  • Ziolkowski, Theodore, 2016, “Ruminations on Ruins: Classical versus Romantic”, The German Quarterly, 89(3): 265–281. doi:10.1111/gequ.12000 (Scholar)

German

  • Albrecht, Andrea, 2005, Kosmopolitismus. Weltbürgerdiskurse in Literatur, Philosophie und Publizistik um 1800, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter (especially pp. 306–311). (Scholar)
  • Alt, Carl, 1904, Schiller und die Brüder Schlegel, Weimar: Böhlau. (Scholar)
  • Becker, Claudia, 1998, “Naturgeschichte der Kunst”, August Wilhelm Schlegels ästhetischer Ansatz im Schnittpunkt zwischen Aufklärung, Klassik und Frühromantik, Munich: Fink. (Scholar)
  • Behler, Ernst, 1983, Die Zeitschriften der Brüder Schlegel. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der deutschen Romantik, Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1992, Frühromantik, Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter. (Scholar)
  • Bernays, Michael, 1865, “Der Schlegel-Tieck Shakespeare”, in Jahrbuch der Deutschen Shakespeare-Gesellschaft I, 396–405. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1891, “Vorrede und Nachwort zum neuen Abdruck des Schlegel-Tieckschen Shakespeare”, Preussische Jahrbücher, 68(3): 524–69. (Scholar)
  • –––, 1872, Zur Entstehungsgeschichte des Schlegelschen Shakespeare, Leipzig: Hirzel. (Scholar)
  • Besenbeck, Alfred, 1930, Kunstanschauung und Kunstlehre August Wilhelm Schlegels, Berlin: E. Ebering. (Scholar)
  • Brentano, Bernard von, 1986, August Wilhelm Schlegel. Geschichte eines romantischen Geistes, Frankfurt a.M.: Insel. (Scholar)
  • Byun, Hak-Su, 1994, Hermeneutische und ästhetische Erfahrung des Fremden. August Wilhelm Schlegel, Munich: Iudicium. (Scholar)
  • Gipper, Helmut and Peter Schmitter, 1979, Sprachwissenschaft und Sprachphilosophie im Zeitalter der Romantik. Ein Beitrag zur Historiographie der Linguistik, Tübingen: Gunter Narr. (Scholar)
  • Grosse-Brockhoff, Annelen, 1981, Das Konzept des Klassischen bei Friedrich und August Wilhelm Schlegel, Köln: In Kommission bei Böhlau. (Scholar)
  • Holmes, Susanne, 2005, Synthesis der Vielheit die Begründung der Gattungstheorie bei August Wilhelm Schlegel, Paderborn: Schöningh. (Scholar)
  • Hölter, Achim, 2010, “August Wilhelm Schlegels Göttinger Mentoren”, in Der Europäer August Wilhelm Schlegel. Romantischer Kulturtransfer—romantische Wissenswelten, York-Gothart Mix and Jochen Strobel (eds.), Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 13–29. (Scholar)
  • Jagenlauf, Franz, 1934, August Wilhelm von Schlegel und die Lehre vom Verstehen, Leipzig: M. Fischer. (Scholar)
  • Körner, Josef, 1924, Romantiker und Klassiker. Die Brüder Schlegel in ihrer Beziehung zu Schiller u. Goethe, Berlin: Askanischer Verlag. (Scholar)
  • Larson, Kenneth E., 1989, “Pro und contra Schlegel. Die zwei gegensätzlichen Blankversübersetzungen des King Lear von Heinrich Voss (1806 und 1819) ”, in Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft West Jahrbuch: pp. 113–33. (Scholar)
  • Masiakowska, Dorota, 2002, Vielfalt und Einheit im Europabild August Wilhelm Schlegels, Frankfurt a.M.: Lang. (Scholar)
  • Mix, York-Gothart and Jochen Strobel (eds.), 2010, Der Europäer August Wilhelm Schlegel. Romantischer Kulturtransfer—romantische Wissenswelten, Berlin and New York: Walter de Gruyter. (Scholar)
  • Nagavajara, Chetana, 1966, August Wilhelm Schlegel in Frankreich. Sein Anteil an die französischen Literaturkritik 1807–1835, Tübingen: Niemeyer. (Scholar)
  • Paulini, Hilde Marianne, 1985, August Wilhelm Schlegel und die Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft, Frankfurt a.M.: P. Lang. (Scholar)
  • Penzel, Joachim, 2007, Der Betrachter ist im Text, Berlin: Lit Verlag. (Scholar)
  • Reavis, Silke Agnes, 1978, August Wilhelm Schlegels Auffassung der Tragödie im Zusammenhang mit seiner Poetik und ästhetischen Theorien seiner Zeit, Bern: P. Lang. (Scholar)
  • Schenk-Lenzen, Ulrike, 1991, Das ungleiche Verhältnis von Kunst und Kritik. zur Literaturkritik August Wilhelm Schlegels, Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann. (Scholar)
  • Schirmer, Ruth, 1986, August Wilhelm Schlegel und seine Zeit: ein Bonner Leben, Bonn: Bouvier. (Scholar)
  • Schwartz, Wilhelm, 1914, August Wilhelm Schlegels Verhältnis zur spanischen und portugiesischen Literatur, Halle: M. Niemeyer. (Scholar)
  • Strobel, Jochen, 2010, “Der Romantiker als homo academicus. August Wilhelm Schlegel in der Wissenschaft”, in Jahrbuch des Freien Deutschen Hochstifts, pp. 298–338. (Scholar)
  • Wulf, Erich, 1913, August Wilhelm Schlegel als Lyriker, Berlin: Ebering. (Scholar)

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