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This front matter section of this book titled Enduring Loss in Early Modern Germany contains the table of contents, a list of tables, musical examples and illustrations, a note on contributors and the acknowledgements. The chapters in the book approach the investigation of loss with an understanding that loss was not always experienced as irreversible or tragic in early modern Germany. Some early modern persons proved extraordinarily resilient, and as the contributions to this anthology demonstrate-and this is perhaps the central and shared finding of the chapters in the book-some losses were in the end perceived as gains by those who experienced, responded to, and recorded them or, at the very least, by later generations.

Keywords:early modern Germany; enduring loss



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