Friedrich Hebbel

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Noun1.Friedrich Hebbel - German dramatist (1813-1863)
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(72.) From Friedrich Hebbel's, Requiem (1840): Seele, vergifi sic nicht, Seek, vergi[beta] nicht die Toten!
Je crois comme Friedrich Hebbel que [beaucoup moins que]vivre signifie etre partisan[beaucoup plus grand que].
Leafstedt, however, is the first to argue that Balazs's symbolism differs from Maeterlinck's in ways that suggest the influence of German playwright Friedrich Hebbel (1813-1863), the subject of Balazs's doctoral dissertation.
Book Info:BEN, IN THE WORLD Doris Lessing Publisher:New York: HarperCollins, 2000 178 pp., $23.00 "It would be a good thing if man concerned himself more with the history of his nature than with the history of his deeds." This remark by the nineteenth-century German dramatist Friedrich Hebbel serves as an epigraph for Doris Lessing's Prisons We Choose to Live Inside (1987), a collection of five essays that reflect on the causes-- biological or social--of human behavior, essays that consider how often and how much we are dominated by our savage past, as individuals and as groups.
After the First World War the critic Karl Holl (1892-1972), born, like Stephan, in Worms and a friend of the composer from his Munich years, edited and published most of the works left unpublished at Stephan's death, including sixteen songs, the Musik fur sieben Saiteninstrumente, the Musik fur Geige und Orchester and the ballade Liebeszauber (on a text by Friedrich Hebbel) for baritone and orchestra.
469), received the Friedrich Hebbel Prize, and she has been part of the German literary scene ever since.