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The Theory of the Novel in Early German Romanticism (Utah Studies in Literature and Linguistics) epub ebook

by Diana Behler

The Theory of the Novel in Early German Romanticism (Utah Studies in Literature and Linguistics) epub ebook

Author: Diana Behler
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1978)
Pages: 162 pages
ISBN: 3261030275
ISBN13: 978-3261030276
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The Theory of the Nove. One of the most significant aspects of the -critical revolution- brought about by the early romantic school in Germany is undoubtedly the highlighting of the novel as the reigning genre in modern literary consciousness.

The Theory of the Nove.

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The Theory of the Novel in Early German Romanticism. Bern, Switzerland: 1978. Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. Global and Transnational Studies. Greek History and Culture.

Utah Studies in Literature and Linguistics. German Literature and Culture. ISBN: 978-3-261-03027-6. Availability: Out of print. Subjects: German Literature and Culture.

GERMAN ROMANTIC LITERARY THEORY ERNST BEHLER Professor of. .1. German literature - 19th century - History and criticism - Theory, etc.

GERMAN ROMANTIC LITERARY THEORY ERNST BEHLER Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Washington, Seattle. cambridge university press. Published by the Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. Cambridge Studies in German) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN o 521 32585 4.

English Literature, Literary Theory, Linguistics, Film Theory, Media Theory, UGC NET JRF Exam Preparation, Novel Analysis . Romanticism as a tracing of the absolute in early Romantic writing.

Romanticism as a tracing of the absolute in early Romantic writing. Benjamin argued for an ‘immanent criticism’ which would engage in some ways quite mystically with a text’s internal structures and divine traces.

The Literary Absolute: The Theory of Literature in German Romanticism By Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe; Jean-Luc Nancy; Philip Barnard; Cheryl Lester.

Old and Middle High German: From Early to Medieval Literature. Their cultural ideals, expressed in the novel of self-formation or Bildungsroman, were also spread by C. M. Wieland and Friedrich Hölderlin, the age's greatest German poet. The Literary Absolute: The Theory of Literature in German Romanticism By Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe; Jean-Luc Nancy; Philip Barnard; Cheryl Lester State University of New York Press, 1988.

Students of German literature who are used to thinking in terms of the succession . One salient feature of German Romanticism is the importance of Volksdichtung or Volksliteratur (folk literature).

Students of German literature who are used to thinking in terms of the succession Aufklärung (Enlightenment), Sturm und Drang (Storm and Stress), Klassik, Romantik, and Vormärz (Literature up to March 1848) encounter an entirely different sequence in English. There one finds categories such as the age of Johnson, the age of Sensibility, Gothic, Romantic, and Victorian. German Romantic Poetry in Theory and Practice: The Schlegel Brothers, Schelling, Tieck, Novalis, Eichendorff, Brentano, and Heine. Bernadette Malinowski.

Ernst Behler's German Romantic Literary Theory is written in plain and understandable English. This fact and the author's intimate knowledge of his subject render the book a good introduction into Early Romanticism. Romantic scholars as well as any one interested in the impact of the Romantic movement will benefit from this important study

For a discussion of the romantic forerunners of comparative literature see A.

For a discussion of the romantic forerunners of comparative literature see A. Kappler'sDie literarische Vergleich, Frankfurt: Lang, 1976. 5. Van Tieghem,La Littérature comparée, Paris, Libraire Armand Colin, 1931. Behler, Penn State University Press, 1968) contains the translations (occasionally modified) of both theFragment andGespräch used in this paper.

One of the most significant aspects of the «critical revolution» brought about by the early romantic school in Germany is undoubtedly the highlighting of the novel as the reigning genre in modern literary consciousness. Future oriented, «divinatory» ideas about new possibilities for novelistic art were developed, which not only influenced the entire period of romanticism, but also left their imprint upon modern literary endeavors as well. On the basis of the most recent critical editions of their works, including a wealth of posthumous fragments, the present study attempts to develop the theory of the novel according to the leading critics of the romantic school, Friedrich Schlegel and Novalis, and to relate it to the larger concept of poetry of the early romantics.
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