Hellborn


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Hell´born`


a.1.Born in or of hell.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As she continues her fascinating survey of Schubert reception in the nineteenth century, Clark concludes that Schubert's first biographer Heinrich Kreissle von Hellborn in 1865 "made a modest effort to deflate Vogl 's image of Schubert," whereas Sir George Grove, Schubert's second major biographer, "made every effort to revive it" in the first edition of A Dictionary of Music and Musicians published in four volumes between 1879 and 1889 (p.
In her reply; Nancy both resists the category and returns the discussion to a theological register;"I hellborn, child" (1977, 298).8 Jason s efforts at establishing a binary opposition of racial categories invokes the claim to interpretive authority implicit in his eventual position as an adult white male, and Nancy's rejection of his term in favor of a third possibility he has not envisioned suggests that her disruptive potential remains considerable, even as the narrative shows us the threat--both to Nancy's identity as self-defined and to her existence itself--that the story's world offers.
"Hellborn," director, Philip Jones; cast, Bruce Payne, Tiny Lister.
Moreover, they prompt us to ask if we still want to accept the implication of Schubert's first biographer, Heinrich Kreissle von Hellborn (1812-1869), that the composer lacked the ability to make up his own mind about poetry.