|Dr. Eleanor ter Horst (center) with Professor Clark Muenzer, president of the Goethe Society of North America, from University of Pittsburgh (left) and Professor Daniel Purdy, vice president, from Pennsylvania State University.|
Dr. Eleanor ter Horst, associate professor of German at Clarion University, recently won an essay prize from the Goethe Society of North America for her essay titled “Masks and Metamorphoses: The Transformation of Classical Tradition in Goethe’s ‘Römische Elegien.’” Her essay, which was published in the fall 2012 edition of “German Quarterly,” examines Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s work “Römische Elegien.”
The Goethe Society of North America is a non-profit organization that is dedicated to research on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, an 18th century German writer. The society awards the essay prize annually with an award of $500.
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