- Title Pages
- Introduction: the Pedagogical Circle and the ‘Open Secret’
- 1 Imaginary Authority in Rousseau’s <i>Emile</i>
- 2 The Comedy of Educational Errors
- 3 Goethe’s Open Secrets: <i>Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship</i>
- 4 Pedagogy, Fiction, and the Art of Renunciation: <i>Wilhelm Meister’s Journeymanship, or the Renunciants</i>
- 5 Nietzsche as Educator and the Implosion of <i>Bildung</i>
- 6 ‘The Passion of Instruction’: D. H. Lawrence and Wholeness versus <i>Bildung</i>
- 7 The Importance of being Frank: Criticism, Collaboration, Pedagogy in F. R. Leavis
- 8 The Novelist, the Lecturer, and the Limits of Persuasion: J. M. Coetzee and Elizabeth Costello on the Lives of Animals and Men
- Open Secrets
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