Mörike

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Mörike

(German ˈmøːrɪkə)
n
(Biography) Eduard (ˈeːduart). 1804–75, German poet, noted for his lyrics, such as On a Winter's Morning before Sunrise and At Midnight
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His contact is [emailprotected]NO DEBT: The IEBC does not owe Wesley Morike Makori any money as he was fully paid for his service as a polling clerk through his bank account in Equity Bank's Kisii branch on September 6 last year, says communications and public affairs manager Andrew Limo.
Morike's "Auf ein altes Bild" is an example of the latter, and this specific form of intersemiotic translation is called ekphrasis.
Yet he also wrote on Rilke, Trakl, and Morike. His first book-length study on Holderlin's poetry appeared in 1935 under the title Holderlins Hymnen Gennanien und Der Rhein.* Its content had been part of a course he taught during the academic year 1934-35 on the essence of language and poetry.
(92) Griese, E.U., Zanger, U.M., Brudermanns, U., Gaedigk, A., Mikus, G., Morike, K., Stuven, T.
The second CD, made up of songs, includes Hugo Wolf's Morike Lieder, Franz Schubert's Schwanengesang, and Jaroslav Kricka's Northern Nights.
Alldritt was a pupil at Wolverhampton Grammar School, and many years ago wrote the novella Elgar on the Journey to Hanley (a pastiche of Morike's Mozart on the Journey to Prague).
Morike, "Severe and symptomatic hyponatraemia after moxifloxacin intake," Netherlands Journal of Medicine, vol.
To be sure, the toxic Heidegger is perhaps not irrelevant, as the shining out of the stars (Hesper now seemingly eclipsed among them) is the aesthetically registered ontology of Morike's lamp in the Heidegger-Spitzer-Staiger controversy: Was aber schon ist, scheint es in ihm selbst.
While some, most notably Susan Youens (see, for instance, Hugo Wolf and His Morike Songs [Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000]) tease out the diverse layers of meanings in the texts and music of his lieder, others continue to interrogate his chromatic harmonies.
(3) An endless flow of examples can be found from romantic poetry (example: Morike: An Dyonisos: yore Leukadischen Felse herab sturz ich mich in die weiss schaumende Meerflut mit dem Brand der Liebe!) to the Beatles ("Tomorrow Never Knows": "Turn off your mind, relax and float down stream It is not dying, it is not dying ...) See Theweleit, page 327ff with a whole gamut of examples from all kinds of literary works
(4) In poetry, after Heine, the post-Romantic poets, such as Emanuel Geibel, Ludwig Uhland, Friedrich Ruckert, Eduard Morike and others form the literary taste of Estonian culture.