Frogs and Salamanders as Agents of Romanticisms

  title={Frogs and Salamanders as Agents of Romanticisms},
  author={Dorothee Ostmeier},
  pages={670 - 687}
In his lectures at Johns Hopkins Rainer Nägele always astounded me with associations that linked, for example, dogs to melancholy. Of course, this association was not new, but Nägele filtered it out of the Dürer and Benjamin contexts, brought it to the forefront, and fashioned the discussion of the motif so that it stuck with me until now.2 Nägele also used to refer to Sherlock Holmes’ success in detecting what is hidden in all signs. Just as Holmes warned his assistant Watson, Nägele warned us… Expand
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