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In the final chapter, Mergenthaler first places Plato's Symposium into a dialogue with the Athenaums-Fragmente and the Gesprach uber die Poesie itself, and then provides interpretations of the textual interactions and contributions of each of the figures of early German Romanticism who figure prominently in Friedrich Schlegers writing--Auguste Bohmer, Caroline Schlegel, Friedrich von Hardenberg, Friedrich Schleiermacher, Dorothea Veit--each within the discourse and discursive movement of striving for an absolute or complete communication.