Stanley Corngold

Stanley Corngold is professor emeritus of German and comparative literature at Princeton University. His many books include The Fate of the Self: German Writers and French TheoryComplex Pleasure: Forms of Feeling in German LiteratureLambent Traces: Franz Kafka (Princeton); and Franz Kafka: The Ghosts in the Machine. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey.


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What Happens in Wahlheim: Stanley Corngold’s “The Sufferings of Young Werther”


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