2 edition of Modern thought in the German lyric poets from Goethe to Dehmel found in the catalog.
Modern thought in the German lyric poets from Goethe to Dehmel
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -103.
|Statement||by Friedrich Bruns.|
|Series||University of Wisconsin studies in language and literature,, no. 13|
|LC Classifications||PN35 .W65 no. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||22027022|
In this book, the author has three aims: (1) to elaborate an interpretation of Goethe's lyric poetry adequate to the intricacies of its subject matter; (2) to demonstrate the significance of that poetry to the development of European Romanticism; (3) to establish a method of inquiry that weaves together the major strands of theoretical reflection in modern literary studies. The German poet, dramatist, novelist, and scientist Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (), who embraced many fields of human endeavor, ranks as the greatest of .
The German poem ‘Gefunden’ by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – in German with an English verse translation. Schubert’s Lieder: Settings of Goethe’s poems: 3 Schubert This unit looks at the short poems in German that were set to music by Franz Schubert () for a single voice with piano, a genre known as Lieder (the . translated by Edgar Alfred Bowring. Table of Contents. Translator's Original Dedication. Original Preface. Preface to the Second Edition. Author's Dedication. Sound, sweet Song, from some far Land. To the kind Reader. When the Fox dies, his Skin counts. Blindman's Buff. Reciprocal Invitation to the Dance. Declaration of War. Lover in all Shapes.
Good question. It would be tempting to choose something by Goethe or Hölderlin, but one of my favourite German poets and one of my favourite poets in any language is Bertolt Brecht. We all should know by now that Brecht the playwright operated mor. This new series brings into modern English a reliable translation of a representative portion of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's vast body of work. This edition, selected from over volumes in German, is the new standard in English, and contains poetry, drama, fiction, memoir, criticism, and scientific writing by the man who is probably the most influential writer in the German language.5/5(2).
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Get this from a library. Modern thought in the German lyric poets from Goethe to Dehmel. [Friedrich Bruns]. This book is an anthology of modern German poems in English verse translation. The period involved is the half-century between and ; and the accent is on Expressionism.
Since Expressionism initiated modern style in German poetry, most of this introduction is devoted to a discussion of it. Hesperus Press are just about to publish Will Stone’s eminently readable and wonderfully grounded translation of a contemporary account of Friedrich Holderlin’s madness.
This is a long essay by Wilhelm Waiblinger, written in Rome during the winter of /8. It’s an astonishing and very moving document for those interested in German Romantic and Modern poetry or in early accounts of. Richard Dehmel, (born Nov. 18,Wendisch-Hermsdorf, Brandenburg, Prussia [Germany]—died Feb.
8,Blankenese, near Hamburg), German poet who exerted a major influence on young writers through his innovations in form and content. After completing his studies at Berlin and Leipzig inDehmel worked as an insurance official and then, inbecame a freelance writer. Goethe was a global thinker, learning from the lyric poetry of countries such as Persia and China, and coining the term "world literature" (Weltliteratur).
His poetry encompasses a wide variety of themes, from love and creativity to nature and religion. For Goethe, life is Cited by: 1. Vol. 30, No. 3, Jul., Published by: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Modern Thought in the German Lyric Poets From Goethe to Dehmel by Friederich Bruns, Frederich Bruns.
Modern Thought in the German Lyric Poets From Goethe to Dehmel by Friederich Bruns, Frederich Bruns (pp. ) Review by: J. Edwards This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.
Modern Thought in the German Lyric Poets from Goethe to Dehmel by Friedrich Bruns. Modern Thought in the German Lyric Poets from Goethe to Dehmel by Friedrich Bruns (pp.
) A Book of Danish Verse by S. Foster Damon, Robert Hillyer. Michael Hofmann offers us a view of what is perhaps the most modern of all major contemporary poetries. Begining with Rilke he offers intellegent selections of the modern classics Trakl, Benn, Brecht and then provdes intreging selections of the generally less well known post war poets such as Huchel, Bobrowski, Eich and Bachmann/5(6).
The Disinherited Mind has been in continuous demand since 1st publication in '52, recognized as a work whose significance extends far beyond the subject of German letters. Noted critic & poet Edwin Muir Heller examines the sense of values embodied in the works of key German writers and thinkers from Goethe to Kafka, particularly the 4/5.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is the most important German literary figure of modern times and is often compared to Shakespeare and Dante. He was a poet, dramatist, director, novelist, scientist, critic, artist and statesman during what was known as the Romantic period of European arts.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe is probably Germany’s most famous writer (in fact, Germany’s most famous language school, the Goethe-Institut, is named after him). He was a German Romantic writer who lived in the late 18th and early 19th centuries; he wrote poems, novels and treatises.
Full text of "Studies in language and literature" See other formats. Fifty-one at the time, Dehmel volunteered in and served untilwhen he was wounded.
He called on the Germans to keep fighting right until Dehmel died in in Blankenese from the after-effects of an injury sustained during the war. Literary work. Dehmel is considered one of the foremost German poets of the pre-World War I : Richard Fedor Leopold Dehmel, 18 November.
Many German poems celebrate the Christmas holiday. Among the best are three well-known and short verses by the great poets Rainer Marie Rilke, Anne Ritter, and Wilhelm they were written over a century ago, they remain favorites : Ingrid Bauer.
Poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. German poet, dramatist and philosopher, was born at Frankfort-on-Main on the 28th of August He came, on his father’s side, of Thuringian stock, his great-grandfather, Hans Christian Goethe, havi.
The greatest work of Goethe and of German literature is "Faust," a dramatic poem, the composition of which occupied the poet's entire life. The idea was conceived while Goethe was still a young man at Frankfurt ; a fragment containing the Gretchen episode appeared in In a number of previous publications, such as Modern Thought in the German Lyric Poetry from Goethe to Dehmel, A Book of German Lyrics, Auge und Ohr in Goethes Lyrik, Goethes Gedichte, in German and English, edited for the Goethe Society in America, Bruns has given evidence of his intimate knowledge and fine appreciation of modern German poetry.
Read all poems of Richard Dehmel and infos about Richard Dehmel. Richard Fedor Leopold Dehmel () was a German poet and writer. Dehmel, son of a forester, finished school in in Berlin and studied natural sciences, economics and philosophy at the university. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe(28 August – 22 March ) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer, pictorial artist, biologist, theoretical physicist, and polymath.
He is considered the supreme genius of modern German literature. His works span the File Size: KB. Books shelved as german-poetry: The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke by Rainer Maria Rilke, Selected Poems and Fragments by Friedrich Hölderlin, Poe.Poets Translating Poets, a two-year project was initiated in Oktober by the Goethe-Institut-Mumbai, in collaboration with Literaturwerkstatt Berlin, now called Haus für Poesie and in Cooperation with Deutsche UNESCO, with an aim to create a platform for poets from South Asia and Germany to translate each other’s works.Over the last two years, contemporary poetry from Bangladesh, Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka was translated into German by well-known German poets, and vice versa.
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