Gottsched


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Gottsched

(German ˈɡɔtʃɛd)
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(Biography) Johann Christoph. 1700–66, German critic, dramatist, and translator
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In 1729, Johann Christoph Gottsched gave a speech on tragic drama to an oratorical society in Leipzig.
Luise Gottsched (1713-1762) was largely known as a dramatist and one of Germany's prominent women of letters, and much has been written about her accomplishments in that field, however, Brown (lecturer, U.
For example, the playwright and critic Johann Christoph Gottsched, who had a love-hate relationship to opera, collected no fewer than 661 opera libretti, and compiled a chronicle of opera productions which could still serve Maul as u reliable resource.
In one issue of the famous moral weekly Der Biedermann (The Honest Man), from September 15, 1727, for example, Johann Christoph Gottsched included a letter purportedly from a reader who suggested that university professors be replaced by gallant, learned women.
Ilustrados como Gottsched habian concebido el arte como un medio de adoctrinamiento moral, tendiendo a limitarse, por ende, al examen de la adecuacion a las reglas y a dejar de lado el estudio de los efectos sobre los espectadores.
Gottsched devoted much of her literary career to satire, and her texts deal with a range of social, artistic, philosophical, and religious themes.
Brown attributes this dominance of character to the Horatian-inflected neoclassical reading of Aristotle that arose during the sixteenth to eighteenth centuries, promoted by writers such as Rene Rapin and Johann Christoph Gottsched.
The third, and briefest, part of Poetik und Rhetorik reviews the epochal shift in German reflections on language and literature that occurred in the first half of the eighteenth century, summarizing the stakes of polemical exchanges between Johann Christoph Gottsched, whom scholars have traditionally viewed as the Figur des Abschlusses alterer Entwicklungen, and his contemporary Johann Jakob Breitinger, whose reflections represent einer der Schritte hin zu einem epistemologischen Umschwung, weg von der Poetik hin zu Hermeneutik und Literaturwissenschaft.
Hubo, entre ellas, una celebre: la polemica entre Gottsched y dos escritores suizos: Bodmer y Breitinger.
This book does some creditable spadework by showing how Luise Gottsched has been 'edited out' of German literary history and read the wrong way by not being seen in the context of her times, e.
Consider the following passage: "Though trained in the neoclassicism of eighteenth-and nineteenth-century authors such as Gottsched, Lessing, Klopstock, Wieland, Voss, A.
Kord's essay examines the correspondence of (amongst others) Luise Gottsched and Caroline Pichler with their female friends.