Heads Or Tails: The Poetics of Money
Examines the role of money in modern German literature. Using examples from Goethe, Gotthelf, Holderlin and others to demonstrate the intersecting worlds of literature and finance, the author argues that money, like literature, has no intrinsic value, but is at the same time a necessity.
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