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'Intermediality' as an aesthetic program: Gustav Mahler's Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen as a post-romantic response to Wilhelm Müller's Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin

Tobias Hermans (UGent)
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intermediality, Mahler, reception of Volkston lyricism, post-romanticism, topical isolation, Lied

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MLA
Hermans, Tobias. “‘Intermediality’ as an Aesthetic Program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen as a Post-Romantic Response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die Schöne Müllerin.” Afterlives of Romantic Intermediality : The Intersection of Visual, Aural, and Verbal Frontiers, edited by Leena Eilittä and Catherine Riccio-Berry, Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015, pp. 183–204.
APA
Hermans, T. (2015). “Intermediality” as an aesthetic program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen as a post-romantic response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin. In L. Eilittä & C. Riccio-Berry (Eds.), Afterlives of romantic intermediality : the intersection of visual, aural, and verbal frontiers (pp. 183–204). Lanham, UK: Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield.
Chicago author-date
Hermans, Tobias. 2015. “‘Intermediality’ as an Aesthetic Program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen as a Post-Romantic Response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die Schöne Müllerin.” In Afterlives of Romantic Intermediality : The Intersection of Visual, Aural, and Verbal Frontiers, edited by Leena Eilittä and Catherine Riccio-Berry, 183–204. Lanham, UK: Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Hermans, Tobias. 2015. “‘Intermediality’ as an Aesthetic Program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen as a Post-Romantic Response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die Schöne Müllerin.” In Afterlives of Romantic Intermediality : The Intersection of Visual, Aural, and Verbal Frontiers, ed by. Leena Eilittä and Catherine Riccio-Berry, 183–204. Lanham, UK: Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield.
Vancouver
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Hermans T. “Intermediality” as an aesthetic program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen as a post-romantic response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin. In: Eilittä L, Riccio-Berry C, editors. Afterlives of romantic intermediality : the intersection of visual, aural, and verbal frontiers. Lanham, UK: Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield; 2015. p. 183–204.
IEEE
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T. Hermans, “‘Intermediality’ as an aesthetic program: Gustav Mahler’s Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen as a post-romantic response to Wilhelm Müller’s Winterreise and Die schöne Müllerin,” in Afterlives of romantic intermediality : the intersection of visual, aural, and verbal frontiers, L. Eilittä and C. Riccio-Berry, Eds. Lanham, UK: Lexington Books. Rowman & Littlefield, 2015, pp. 183–204.
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