By Ian Biddle

Content material: creation; Discourse channels: listening as a cultural-historical class within the Austro-German Fruhromantik; The horror of the true: Adolf Bernhard Marx's Beethoven on the first Grunderzeit; Rage opposed to the rabble: gender nostalgia and the metropolitan mind's eye in Heinrich Schenker's Kontrapunkt (1910 and 1922); track of the physique: Mahler, Kafka and the male Jewish physique on the Habsburg fin de siecle; Postlude; Bibliography; Index

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2 (Peter Gay) Word is that the German Idealists and Romantics were dreamy folk whose hearts leapt up when they beheld a rainbow in the sky. So they were. 3 (David Farrell Krell) Prelude The queer is all about excess, so we are often told: it runs away from us, returns without leave, makes itself felt rudely, loudly, impossibly. Its figures of speech are mired in redundancy, exaggeration, wastefulness. And tautology, hyperbole, repetition are all markers of the symbolic economies of the Germanspeaking early romantics.

It exists in what is called for precisely this reason das rein Geistige, in books, scholarship, religion, art, philosophy, in the inner enrichment, the intellectual formation (Bildung) of the individual, primarily through the medium of books, in the personality. 35 As one of the markers of bourgeois territorialization, the explicit development of the intellectual personality and its public display is a common element in many early romantic symbolic economies. The embroilment of this personality’s development in venal or inappropriate consumption, to return to Purdy’s characterization, brings that personality into question and, clearly, places the public display of too much pleasure in consuming in a problematic light.

See also Jacques Revel and Lynn Hunt, Histories: French Constructions of the Past (New York: The New Press, 1995), especially 319–475. On the quantitatistes, see Emmanuel le Roy Ladurie, The Territory of the Historian, trans. by T. B. and Siân Reynolds (Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press, 1979), 3–5 and François Furet, The Workshop of History, trans. Jonathan Mandelbaum (Chicago, IL: Chicago University Press, 1984), 40–53, available in Revel and Hunt, Histories, 329–348. 20 Jacques Le Goff, ‘Mentalities: A history’, in Jacques Le Goff and Pierre Nora (eds), Constructing the Past: Essays in Historical Method (New York: Cambridge University Press, 1984), 167–68: quoted in Roger Chartier, Cultural History: Between Practices and Representations, trans.

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