The essay focuses on the relationship between the two plays "Lovers' Vows" by Elizabeth Inchbald and "Das Kind der Liebe" by Friedrich von Kotzebue, highlighting Inchbald's ideological and tehmatic innovations, and the parallels between "Lovers' Vows" and her own fictional production. This analysis might help us to understand the position of the play within the context of Inchbald's work, while showing that it can be read as a 'transcodification' of some fundamental patterns present in her novels.

From German into English, from Novel into Play: Lovers’ Vows and Das Kind der Liebe / Carlotta Farese. - STAMPA. - (2008), pp. 201-217.

From German into English, from Novel into Play: Lovers’ Vows and Das Kind der Liebe.

FARESE, CARLOTTA
2008

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The essay focuses on the relationship between the two plays "Lovers' Vows" by Elizabeth Inchbald and "Das Kind der Liebe" by Friedrich von Kotzebue, highlighting Inchbald's ideological and tehmatic innovations, and the parallels between "Lovers' Vows" and her own fictional production. This analysis might help us to understand the position of the play within the context of Inchbald's work, while showing that it can be read as a 'transcodification' of some fundamental patterns present in her novels.
2008
The Languages of Performance in British Romanticism
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217
From German into English, from Novel into Play: Lovers’ Vows and Das Kind der Liebe / Carlotta Farese. - STAMPA. - (2008), pp. 201-217.
Carlotta Farese
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