1 edition of Studies in German literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries found in the catalog.
Studies in German literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Foreword: Werner P. Friederich. Edited by Siegfried Mews.|
|Series||University of North Carolina studies in the Germanic languages and literatures -- no. 67.|
|Contributions||Coenen, Frederic Edward., Mews, Siegfried.|
|LC Classifications||PT343 .S74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 250 p.|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Author of Modern German Literature. The second Speck volume was, of course, to have described Faust materials, the third volume would have listed biographical material on Goethe, while the fourth volume was to have brought addenda and a much-needed index. Titan, which Jean Paul regarded as his "principal work and most complete creation," had been in his mind since The Festival of Victory is of a lyric, of a contemplative nature. For the supernatural illumination through the zenith of Heaven, not through a hazy horizon, transfigured, in her eyes, the beautiful and excited countenance of the youth; and she took for granted that the saintly halo of the dome must also exalt her form.
Most of the letters in the collection were written to Winkler, but there is also correspondence exchanged by Wieland, Lavater, and Eliza von der Recke, famous in her time for her part in the exposure of Cagliostro. Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan. The silver sparks of stars were rising on the altar of the East, and, falling down, were extinguished in the red sea of the West. He always treated the central idea as an end to be attained in common; he always seemed to need the help of the person with whom he was conversing, for, although the latter always felt that the idea was supplied by Schiller alone, Schiller never allowed him to remain inactive. Since there were severe limits to her influence, she was not successful. Then the reading of it was continued.
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Lessing titles held in the Speck Collection and those brought to Yale by Faber du Faur were supplemented in by books and pamphlets by and about Lessing. They show a maturing mind, keen insight, livelier and wider sympathies.
It was long a cherished plan with Schiller to treat in epic form the earliest Attic civilization resulting from foreign immigration. He never sought for deep subjects of conversation, but seemed rather to leave the introduction of a subject to chance; but from each topic he led the discourse up to a general point of view, and after a short dialogue one found oneself in the very midst of a mentally stimulating discussion.
Always a committed Zionist, she moved to Palestine increating institutions there to help mothers and their children. At length the constellation of the mountain city of God, that stood so broad before him, opened out into distant nights; cities, with scattered lights, lay up and down, and the bells which to his ear were alarm-bells sounded out the fourth hour;  when the carriage rolled through the triumphal gate of the city, the Porta del Popolo, then the moon rent her black heavens, and poured down out of the cleft clouds the splendor of a whole sky.
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Five years later Yale negotiated the acquisition of his book collection, offering Faber a curatorial position and a faculty appointment, both of which he held until his death in Confrontations with Myself.
Schiller has enlarged upon this theme on many occasions, both in prose and verse. But he will stand patient on the threshold of the twentieth century and wait smiling till his creeping people shall come to join him.
The place of "Frau Aja" in the development of the child Goethe's fancy was taken at Joditz by the cow-girl. O, never fall, thou lily of Heaven, and may four springs instead of four seasons open and shut thy flower-bells to the sun!
They were not discouraged there. Speck, Hon. Schiller's speech was not really beautiful, but his mind constantly strove, with acumen and precision, to make new intellectual conquests; he held this effort under control, however, and soared above his subject in perfect liberty.
The seven seals which he himself had placed upon it were found to be intact. There rose round about them a holy, simple, free world-structure, with its heaven-arches soaring and striving upward, an Odeum of the tones of the Sphere-music, a world in the world! Hesperus lays bare many little wiles dear to feminine hearts, and contains some keenly sympathetic satire on German housewifery.
Girls also attended these schools, receiving a solid German primary education there, but not very much religious education.
Presently the charter and the will were fetched from the Council-chamber into the Burgomaster's office, they were passed around to all the Councilors and the heirs, in order that they might see the privy seal of the city upon them, and the registry of the consignment written by the town clerk upon the charter was read aloud to the seven heirs.
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The Habsburg Monarchy was a dynastic state, whose territory had been acquired over many centuries and whose inhabitants spoke a wide array of languages, practiced many different religions, and constructed many different ethnic, national and cultural identities in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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They turned rather, and winded up into the churchyard to preserve their mood.German Literature of the Nineteenth Century, Book Description: This volume provides an overview of the major movements, genres, and authors of 19th-century German literature in the period from the death of Goethe in to the publication of Freud's Interpretation of Dreams in The Online Books Page.
presents. The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries edited by Kuno Francke. This is a volume collection of German literature in English translation published in and by the German Publication Society in New York.
Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Studies in nineteenth century and early twentieth century German literature: essays in honor of Paul K. Whitaker /. Studies in German literature of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Festschrift for Frederic E.
Coenen. “Transnational Encounters between Germany and Japan: Perceptions of Partnership in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries is an anthology of scholarly essays by diverse authors discussing intersections and common themes between German and Japanese cultures over the past one hundred and fifty years.
The German Literature Collection contains rare books and first editions from the seventeenth through the nineteenth century.
The William A. Speck Collection is one of the finest Goethe libraries outside Germany, while the Faber du Faur collection of German baroque literature has long served as a bibliographical source in its field.