The German Genius: Europe's Third Renaissance, the Second Scientific Revolution, and the Twentieth Century

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Peter Watson's virtuoso sweep through modern German thought and culture, from 1750 to the present day, will challenge and confound both the stereotypes the world has of Germany and those that Germany has of itself.

From the end of the Baroque era and the death of Bach to the rise of Hitler in 1933, Germany was transformed from a poor relation among Western nations into a dominant intellectual and cultural force—more creative and influential than France, Britain, Italy,

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780062018465
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Words: 322,140
Unique Words: 16,843
Avg Sentence (words): 23.38
Avg Word (chars): 4.78
Chapters: 63
Paragraphs: 6,466
People: 5,095
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Things: 1,863
Adult Reading Time:21:29
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Intensity: 0.05
Profanity: 448
SAT Words: 2,122
Reading Level:12.3
Complexity Index: 104

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