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Jethro Bithell. Modern German Literature, 1880-1950. Methuen. 1959. 584pp.

Keith Bullivant. Beyond 1989: Re-Reading German Literary History Since 1945. Berghahn Books. 1997. 177pp.

Keith Bullivant. The Future of German Literature. Berg. 1994. 206pp.

Ruth P. Dawson. The Contested Quill: Literature by Women in Germany, 1770-1800. University of Delaware Press. 2001. 415pp.

Peter Demetz. Postwar German Literature: A Critical Introduction. Pegasus. 1970. 264pp.

Henry Garland; Mary Garland (editor). The Oxford Companion to German Literature. Oxford University Press. 1997. 951pp.

Michael Hamburger. Contraries: Studies in German Literature. New York: E. P. Dutton. 1970. 367pp.

Michael Hamburger. After the Second Flood: Essays on Post-War German Literature. Carcanet. 1986. 288pp.

Michael Hamburger. From Prophecy to Exorcism: The Premisses of Modern German Literature. Longmans. 1965. 167pp.

Gerhart Hoffmeister (editor). German Baroque Literature: The European Perspective. Frederick Ungar. 1983. 377pp.

Peter Uwe Hohendahl. Translated by Renate Baron Franciscono. Building a National Literature: The Case of Germany, 1830-1870. Cornell University Press. 1989. 361pp. Translation of Literarische Kultur im Zeitalter des Liberalismus, 1830-1870.

Malcolm Humble; Raymond Furness. Introduction to German Literature, 1871-1990. Macmillan. 1994. 216pp.

Thomas A. Kamla. Confrontation with Exile: Studies in the German Novel. Herbert Lang. 1975. 182pp.

John Alexander Kelly. England and the Englishman in German Literature of the Eighteenth Century. New York: Columbia University Press. 1921. 156pp.

Victor Lange. The Classical Age of German Literature, 1740-1815. Edward Arnold. 1982. 275pp.

Harry T. Moore. Twentieth-Century German Literature. Basic Books. 1967. 224pp.

Wolfgang G. Natter. Literature at War, 1914-1940: Representing the "Time of Greatness" in Germany. Yale University Press. 1999. 280pp.

Stephen Parker; Peter Davies; Matthew Philpotts. The Modern Restoration: Re-Thinking German Literary History, 1930-1960. Walter de Gruyter. 2004. 393pp.

Roy Pascal. From Naturalism to Expressionism: German Literature and Society, 1880-1918. Wiedenfeld and Nicolson. 1973. 349pp.

Brent Orlyn Peterson. History, Fiction, and Germany: Writing the Nineteenth-Century Nation. Wayne State University Press. 2005. 360pp. Literature and German unification.

Edna Purdie. Studies in German Literature of the Eighteenth Century: Some Aspects of Literary Affiliation. Athlone Press. 1965. 227pp.

Ann Marie Rasmussen. Mothers and Daughters in Medieval German Literature. Syracuse University Press. 1997. 253pp.

Eda Sagarra. Tradition and Revolution: German Literature and Society, 1830-1890. Basic Books. 1971. 348pp.

Walter H. Sokel. The Writer in Extremis: Expressionism in Twentieth-Century German Literature. Stanford University Press. 1959. 251pp.

J. P. Stern. Idylls & Realities: Studies in Nineteenth-century German Literature. Methuen. 1971. 232pp.

Stuart Taberner (editor). German Literature in the Age of Globalisation. Continuum International Publishing Group. 2004. 251pp.

Ronald Taylor. Literature and Society in Germany, 1918-1945. Harvester Press. 1980. 363pp.

Calvin Thomas. A History of German Literature. Heinemann. 1909. 400pp.

Jill E. Twark. Humor, Satire, and Identity: Eastern German Literature in the 1990s. Walter de Gruyter. 2007. 471pp.

Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly (editor). The Cambridge History of German Literature. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 626pp.

Gilbert Waterhouse. A Short History of German Literature. London: Methuen. 1942. 147pp.

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