Heinrich Von Ofterdingen

Author: Novalis

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781981203932

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Heinrich von Ofterdingen war ein sagenhafter (historisch bisher nicht belegbarer) S�nger des 13. Jahrhunderts. Der Name entstammt dem mittelhochdeutschen Epos S�ngerkrieg auf der Wartburg (mhd. Singerkriec �f Wartburc; entstanden um 1260). Der Name des unbekannten S�ngers inspirierte mehrere Dichter: So ist er namensgebend f�r das Romanfragment Heinrich von Ofterdingen von Novalis (eigentlich Friedrich von Hardenberg), entstanden im Laufe des Jahres 1800 und 1802 posthum von Friedrich Schlegel ver�ffentlicht und findet sich auch innerhalb der Novellensammlung Die Serapionsbr�der in der Novelle Der Krieg der S�nger von E. T. A. Hoffmann aus dem Jahre 1819.Der Heinrich von Ofterdingen ist in vielfacher Hinsicht als direkte Antwort auf Goethes Wilhelm Meister angelegt. Der Text sollte in der gleichen Aufmachung und bei dem gleichen Verlag (Unger, Berlin) erscheinen. Der Ofterdingen ist ein Zeugnis der Auseinandersetzung mit Goethes Text. Hardenbergs Bewertung des Wilhelm Meister wandelte sich im Laufe der Zeit sehr stark. Er hatte zun�chst das Erscheinen des Romans enthusiastisch begr��t und bewunderte die Poetik dieses Textes. Novalis war begeistert von Goethes Begabung, ganz fremde und uninteressante Gegenst�nde f�r die Poesie fruchtbar zu machen, und von der F�higkeit, Unbedeutendes durch Verkn�pfung auf die Ebene der Bedeutsamkeit zu heben. Die Kritik am Meister w�chst jedoch im Laufe der Zeit und Novalis bricht als erster Fr�hromantiker mit der Verehrung dieses Romans. Er verurteilt schlie�lich den Meister als undichterisch im h�chsten Grade und als ein Kunstprodukt, ein Werk des Verstandes und der �konomie, die �ber die Poesie siege. Goethe sei nur auf das Diesseitige und Pragmatische beschr�nkt und sein Roman sei geradezu prosaisch und modern. Novalis bem�ngelt, dass der Meister blo� von gew�hnlichen, menschlichen Dingen handele und dass die Natur und das Mystische v�llig fehlten. Somit bewertet er diesen Roman als poetisierte, b�rgerliche Geschichte.....
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Frau Aventiure

Lieder Aus Heinrich Von Ofterdingen's Zeit

Author: Joseph Victor Von Scheffel

Publisher: Palala Press

ISBN: 9781342818676

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Page: 268

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Romantic Prose Fiction

Author: Gerald Ernest Paul Gillespie,Manfred Engel,Bernard Dieterle

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027234568

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 733

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In this volume a team of three dozen international experts presents a fresh picture of literary prose fiction in the Romantic age seen from cross-cultural and interdisciplinary perspectives. The work treats the appearance of major themes in characteristically Romantic versions, the power of Romantic discourse to reshape imaginative writing, and a series of crucial reactions to the impact of Romanticism on cultural life down to the present, both in Europe and in the New World. Through its combination of chapters on thematic, generic, and discursive features, Romantic Prose Fiction achieves a unique theoretical stance, by considering the opinions of primary Romantics and their successors not as guiding “truths” by which to define the permanent “meaning” of Romanticism, but as data of cultural history that shed important light on an evolving civilization.SPECIAL OFFER: 30% discount for a complete set order (5 vols.).The Romanticism series in the Comparative History of Literatures in European Languages is the result of a remarkable international collaboration. The editorial team coordinated the efforts of over 100 experts from more than two dozen countries to produce five independently conceived, yet interrelated volumes that show not only how Romanticism developed and spread in its principal European homelands and throughout the New World, but also the ways in which the affected literatures in reaction to Romanticism have redefined themselves on into Modernism. A glance at the index of each volume quickly reveals the extraordinary richness of the series' total contents. Romantic Irony sets the broader experimental parameters of comparison by concentrating on the myriad expressions of “irony” as one of the major impulses in the Romantic philosophical and artistic revolution, and by combining cross-cultural and interdisciplinary studies with special attention also to literatures in less widely diffused language streams. Romantic Drama traces creative innovations that deeply altered the understanding of genre at large, fed popular imagination through vehicles like the opera, and laid the foundations for a modernist theater of the absurd. Romantic Poetry demonstrates deep patterns and a sharing of crucial themes of the revolutionary age which underlie the lyrical expression that flourished in so many languages and environments. Nonfictional Romantic Prose assists us in coping with the vast array of writings from the personal and intimate sphere to modes of public discourse, including Romanticism's own self-commentary in theoretical statements on the arts, society, life, the sciences, and more. Nor are the discursive dimensions of imaginative literature neglected in the closing volume, Romantic Prose Fiction, where the basic Romantic themes and story types (the romance, novel, novella, short story, and other narrative forms) are considered throughout Europe and the New World. This enormous realm is seen not just in terms of Romantic theorizing, but in the light of the impact of Romantic ideas and narration on later generations. As an aid to readers, the introduction to Romantic Prose Fiction explains the relationships among the volumes in the series and carries a listing of their tables of contents in an appendix. No other series exists comparable to these volumes which treat the entirety of Romanticism as a cultural happening across the whole breadth of the “Old” and “New” Worlds and thus render a complex picture of European spiritual strivings in the late eighteenth and the nineteenth centuries, a heritage still very close to our age.
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Metamimesis

Imitation in Goethe's Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre and Early German Romanticism

Author: Mattias Pirholt

Publisher: Camden House

ISBN: 1571135340

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 220

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Reconsiders the role played by mimesis - and by Goethe's Wilhelm Meister as a mimetic work - in the novels of Early German Romanticism.
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Orienting the Self

The German Literary Encounter with the Eastern Other

Author: Debra N. Prager

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer

ISBN: 1571135944

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 327

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Follows the evolution of the Orient as a positive literary device in German literature and demonstrates how it was used to explore subjectivity and the possibility of wholeness.
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