Hoffmannsthal


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Noun1.Hoffmannsthal - German poet who wrote libretti for operas by Richard Strauss (1874-1929)
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La democracia, el nacimiento de la ciencia, la caida del derecho divino de los reyes, las dudas sobre si se pueden cumplir los requisitos para un acto responsable tal y como los definio san Alfonso Maria de Ligorio, la sociedad de masas, la masoneria, el capitalismo, el individualismo competitivo, los ingleses comedores de opio y la angustia por las ratas que se comen a otras de Hoffmannsthal (muerto en el funeral de su hijo de un infarto causado por el absurdo y el dolor de la existencia, Schopenhauer se rie en su sepulcro, ya os lo dije yo, !haceos hinduistas!) y el rock duro, acabaron con la doctrina de la transubstantacion definida en Trento.
While Reitter comprehensively reviews secondary literature about the most prominent German Jewish male cultural figures of the early twentieth century--and the big ones are all covered, some in multiple essays: Freud, von Hoffmannsthal, Kafka, Kraus, Schnitzler, Weininger, Wittgenstein and more--one wishes to know more about how influential German Jewish women fit into the overall picture that Reitter paints of this time period.
They examine the concept of world literature and the connection between German literature and world literature; Goethe's works, particularly the connection between his Elective Affinities and Cao Xueqin's The Story of Stone, and his turn to Chinese literature as a model; individual writers, including Hugo von Hoffmannsthal's representations of the Slavic East, Rainer Maria Rilke as a world poet, Bertolt Brecht, and historical trauma in W.G.
Hugo von Hoffmannsthal's Austrian version of the morality play called Jedermann has been performed annually at the Salzburg festival since 1920.
Strauss confirms this scenario in a letter to Hugo von Hoffmannsthal from January 29, 1925, in which he writes, "habe jetzt ein Klavierkonzert vollendet und beginne langsam, mich mit dem 2.