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Eichendorff

(German ˈaiçəndɔrf)
n
(Biography) Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf), Freiherr von. 1788–1857, German poet and novelist, regarded as one of the greatest German romantic lyricists
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Kuzniar then astutely outlines how this notion of individual reading and subjective interpretation was also essential to the Romantic understanding of reading that was promoted, for example, by Novalis, Schlegel, Eichendorff, and Herder.
Contract notice: Municipality of veitshchheim, General refurbishment of the eichendorff elementary and middle school, Specialist planning hls and electrical according to part 4 hoai 53 ff.
Los romanticismos europeos se reducen, por tanto, al romanticismo social, y se niega que haya un romanticismo politicamente conservador, sobre todo entre algunos representantes de la nobleza (Chateaubriand, Eichendorff, etc.
There are numerous Eichendorff statements about nostalgia (Sehnsucht) in Internet sources yet I have not been able to verify Berlin's ascription.
And audiences at the Oxford Lieder Festival will be able to appreciate the instrument's qualities on October 19, when soprano Bryony Williams and tenor John Mark Ainsley, David Owen Norris accompanying on the Clara Schumann piano, perform a selection of songs by both Clara and Robert, including the latter's Eichendorff Liederkreis.
It then examines irony as an ethical phenomenon in early Romanticism, focusing on the ideas of Hegel, Nietzsche, Lacan, Freud, and Kierkegaard; the forms of narrative irony in novels, between the author-character and the reader, between the narrator and hero, and contextual irony, illustrated through works by Proust, Musil, Joyce, Thomas Mann, and others, and ironic procedures and genres like quotation, pastiche, and parody, as well as the use of autobiography; and irony in politics, focusing on post-Marxism, systems theory, the work of Carl Schmitt, Nietzsche, Bakhtin, Butler, Eichendorff, Mann, Rorty, Kafka, and Deleuze.
Hildmann's essay concentrates especially on the Catholic intellectual circles in Munich that influenced Acton as a young man, on Acton's meeting with Eichendorff in Berlin, and on Acton's break later in life with Ignaz von Dollinger.
Written in the last year of Strauss' life and conceived as a very intentional valediction, these settings of poems by Hermann Hesse and Josef von Eichendorff are filled with sumptuous, Straussian touches.
Em um artigo publicado no Neue Rundschau, em novembro de 1916, no qual falava sobre Der Taugenichts" um romance de Joseph von Eichendorff, Thomas Mann mostra seu ceticismo com as delimitacoes muito claras entre politica e arte: "que deformacao (Unbildung) surge da antitese entre esteticismo e ativismo, da afirmacao de que a arte e um adorno frivolo [.
Josef Karl Benedikt von Eichendorff (1788 - 1857) from his "Heintweh" (1827).
Hoje ainda, mas de um modo diferente do que na epoca de Horacio ou na de Sceve, na de Eichendorff, de Eliot ou de Ponge.