The Politics of the Unpolitical: German Writers and the Problem of Power, 1770-1871

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Craig deals with a question that has always been a point of controversy: do political writers have responsibility and are they obliged to show political engagement in their works? Craig answers this question by studying ten German writers from 1770-1871, among them Goethe, Schiller, Kleist, and Heine and finds that these 'unpolitical' writers were actively engaged in their politics.