E. T. A. Hoffmann

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Noun1.E. T. A. Hoffmann - German writer of fantastic tales (1776-1822)
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The programme also features the 19th century classic Fantasiestucke by Robert Schumann, a piece that was inspired by the collection of short stories and essays, Fantasiestucke in Callots Manier written by the German author E.
Tchaikovsky's famous Nutcracker ballet, heart of the holidays for audiences worldwide, has its roots in "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" by E.
It then traces Breitinger's shift of focus from the object observed to the observing subject and uses this shift as a framework for locating aporias of self-reflection in a crucial text on the marvelous by E.
Desde Las mil y una noches, cuentos arabes o persas de autor anonimo, algunos de la literatura gotica, como Horace Walpole o Ann Radcliffe, algunos de la corriente romantica que se inscriben en este genero, E.
Actually, there is no mere frothiness here, but instead a surreal, picaresque exploration of the fantastical writings of E.
In addition to new interpretations of traditionally pivotal German figures in music history, such as E.
Offenbach's ever-popular tall tale of the tortured poet and unwitting adventurer who is four times unlucky in love is based on three compelling stories by E.
The Christmas story is based on "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King" written by E.
Celebrated by critics and public alike, Baryshnikov's The Nutcracker delivers a brilliant and sparkling adaptation of the famous E.
But through the combined efforts of Ballet Arts Worcester and the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, this year's "Nutcracker" succeeds in preserving both the expected spectacle and much of the original E.
A world where madness lurks so close is not a happy place--or, more accurately for E.
Case in point: While long-term excessive alcohol use as well as the sudden cessation of such intake are likely to produce a host of physiological as well as psychological symptoms (including severe hallucinations potentially culminating in quasi-religious experiences), attempting to determine to which degree such chemical abuse influenced, for instance, the mental state of writers like deeply conflicted Christian Dietrich Grabbe or schizoid E.