Enlightened War: German Theories and Cultures of Warfare from Frederick the Great to Clausewitz

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Share full text access. Please review our Terms and Conditions of Use and check box below to share full-text version of article. Abstract Books reviewed in this issue. Krimmer, Elisabeth. The Representation of War in German Literature. Tantillo, Astrida Orle. Goethe's Modernisms. Schoolfield, George C. The first two parts focus on war and the literary movements of Enlightenment, classicism, and Romanticism; the second two parts deal with the theory and philosophy of warfare and the interrelation of gender and war. This is painting with a broad brush, but the editors have managed to bring together essays that mutually reinforce each other in intriguing ways.

Contemporary cultural interpretations of the experience of the soldier in wartime, for example, are analyzed in trenchant examples of literature, art, and historical analysis that effectively illustrate popular notions of the soldier's experience and also problematize the way in which military stereotypes were manipulated by cultural and political authorities for ideological purposes. Key ideas and themes of the relationship between Enlightenment and warfare are revisited in the various essays without being repetitive or dogmatic, and readers will find that the book possesses a cohesion that might seem unlikely, given the diversity of approaches and subjects in the table of contents.

This book is not an ad hoc collection of academic essays loosely connected by a broader theme; the selection and arrangement of the essays flow both chronologically in historical time and thematically in the development of ideas and social practices to present a compelling picture of how Enlightenment thought was embedded in the culture of war.

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