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From the Harz Mountains to the Atlantic and Back Again

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Or: Johann Gottfried Schnabel’s Journalistic Efforts and his Wunderliche Fata einiger Seefahrer (Insel Felsenburg)

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AbtractThis essay concerns the newspaper Stolbergische Sammlung neuer und merckwürdiger Weltgeschichte (1735, 1736, 1738), as published by Schnabel, as well as the novel Insel Felsenburg. It focuses on the relation between the production of knowledge and narration. Schnabel’s methods as a newspaper editor are compared with contemporary usage as well as with his narrative technique as a novelist. It is significant how Schnabel makes use of narrative strategies not only in the small news items in the category “Sonderbare [Weltgeschichte]” but also in order to create a coherent narrative in the political sections of his newspaper, spanning longer periods of time.

Affiliations: 1: Universität Wien, Österreich


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