The theme of divine order as seen in the life and works of Karl Heinrich Waggerl
Mulligan, John J.
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This study, which is devoted to an investigation of the life and works of Karl Heinrich Waggerl, commences with an examination of the author's life and proceeds to a comprehensive discussion of the essential elements which form and condition Waggerl's Weltanschauung, which is based upon his concept of Divine Order. Like Friedrich Griese and Richard Billinger, Waggerl is classified as a "Heimatdichter." The man's life falls naturally into four determining periods which I have treated under the headings: childhood and boyhood; youth and World War I; the difficult years; and the period from the novel Brot to the present time [TRUNCATED].
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University
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