Publisher :Dalcassian Publishing Company Release Date :1909-01-01 ISBN : Pages : pages Rating Book:4./5 ( users)
Download or read book Historical and biographical annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania written by Morton Luther Montgomery and published by Dalcassian Publishing Company. This book was released on 1909-01-01 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Publisher : Release Date :1909 ISBN : Pages :1723 pages Rating Book:4.3/5 (3 users)
Download or read book Historical and Biographical Annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania written by Morton Luther Montgomery and published by . This book was released on 1909 with total page 1723 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Publisher :Camden House Release Date :2002 ISBN :9781571132314 Pages :285 pages Rating Book:4.3/5 (132 users)
Download or read book Goethe and the English-speaking World written by Nicholas Boyle and published by Camden House. This book was released on 2002 with total page 285 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: New studies of both Goethe's relationship to the English-speaking world and its perception of Goethe and his works.
Publisher :Camden House Release Date :2007 ISBN :9781571133762 Pages :271 pages Rating Book:4.3/5 (133 users)
Download or read book Women and Writing in the Works of Novalis written by James R. Hodkinson and published by Camden House. This book was released on 2007 with total page 271 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A balanced study of gender in Novalis as expressed in his literary, political, and scientific writings and in his letters.
Publisher :Springer Nature Release Date :2022-04-01 ISBN :3030954471 Pages :274 pages Rating Book:4.3/5 (3 users)
Download or read book Late Europeans and Melancholy Fiction at the Turn of the Millennium written by Ian Ellison and published by Springer Nature. This book was released on 2022-04-01 with total page 274 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This book is the first comparative study of novels by Patrick Modiano, W. G. Sebald, and Antonio Muñoz Molina. Drawing on many literary figures, movements, and traditions, from the Spanish Golden Age, to German Romanticism, to French philosophy, via Jewish modernist literature, Ian Ellison offers a fresh perspective on European fiction published around the turn of the millennium. Reflecting on what makes European fiction European, this book examines how certain novels understand themselves to be culturally and historically late, expressing a melancholy awareness of how the past and present are irreconcilable. Within this framework, however, it considers how backwards-facing, tradition-oriented self-consciousness, burdened by a sense of exhaustion in European culture and the violence of its past, may yet suggest the potential for re-enchantment in the face of obsolescence.
Publisher :Taylor & Francis Release Date :2017-02-03 ISBN :135179728X Pages :282 pages Rating Book:4.5/5 (351 users)
Download or read book The Romantic Idea of the Golden Age in Friedrich Schlegel's Philosophy of History written by Asko Nivala and published by Taylor & Francis. This book was released on 2017-02-03 with total page 282 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The nineteenth-century Romantic understanding of history is often confused with the longing for the past Golden Age. In this book, the Romantic idea of Golden Age is seen from a new angle by discussing it in the context of Friedrich Schlegel’s works. Interestingly, Schlegel argued that the concept of a past Golden Age in the beginning of history was itself a product of antiquity, imagined without any historical ground. The Golden Age was not bygone for Schlegel, but to be produced in the future. His utopian vision of the Kingdom of God was related to the millenarian expectations of perpetual peace aroused by the revolutionary wars. Schlegel understood current era through the kairos concept, which emphasized the present possibilities for public agency. Thus history could not be reduced to any kind of pre-established pattern of redemption, for the future was determined only by the opportunities manifested in the present time.
Publisher :Königshausen & Neumann Release Date :1999 ISBN :9783826015526 Pages :382 pages Rating Book:4.1/5 (15 users)
Download or read book Schwellen written by Nicholas Saul and published by Königshausen & Neumann. This book was released on 1999 with total page 382 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:
Publisher :Camden House Release Date :2012 ISBN :1571134875 Pages :286 pages Rating Book:4.7/5 (571 users)
Download or read book The German Bestseller in the Late Nineteenth Century written by Charlotte Woodford and published by Camden House. This book was released on 2012 with total page 286 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: A much-needed look at the fiction that was actually read by masses of Germans in the late nineteenth century, and the conditions of its publication and reception.
Publisher :OUP Oxford Release Date :2014-10-16 ISBN :0191030163 Pages :304 pages Rating Book:4.9/5 (191 users)
Download or read book Representations of the Gypsy in the Romantic Period written by Sarah Houghton-Walker and published by OUP Oxford. This book was released on 2014-10-16 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In early eighteenth-century texts, the gypsy is frequently figured as an amusing rogue; by the Victorian period, it has begun to take on a nostalgic, romanticized form, abandoning sublimity in favour of the bucolic fantasy propagated by George Borrow and the founding members of the Gypsy Lore Society. Representations of the Gypsy in the Romantic Period argues that, in the gap between these two situations, the figure of the gypsy is exploited by Romantic-period writers and artists, often in unexpected ways. Drawing attention to prominent writers (including Wordsworth, Austen, Clare, Cowper and Brontë) as well as those less well-known, Sarah Houghton-Walker examines representations of gypsies in literature and art from 1780-1830, alongside the contemporary socio-historical events and cultural processes which put pressure on those representations. She argues that, raising troubling questions by its repeated escape from the categories of enlightenment discourses which might seek to 'know' or 'understand' in empirical ways, the gypsy exists both within and outside of conventional English society. The figure of the gypsy is thus available to writers and artists to facilitate the articulation of dilemmas and anxieties taking various forms, and especially as a lens through which questions of knowledge and identity (which is often mutable, and troubling) might be focussed. .
Publisher :MHRA Release Date :2008 ISBN :1905981473 Pages :135 pages Rating Book:4.0/5 (95 users)
Download or read book Paradox, Aphorism and Desire in Novalis and Derrida written by Clare Kennedy and published by MHRA. This book was released on 2008 with total page 135 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Building on recent investigations into affinities between early German Romanticism and French post-structuralism, this study brings together the work of Jacques Derrida with the writings of one of early Romanticisms most important theorists, Friedrich von Hardenberg (1772-1801), better known as Novalis. In contrast to recent criticism, which traces the historical path from Romanticism to modern theory in broad strokes, this book undertakes comparative readings of Novaliss and Derridas texts on literature and philosophy. The book focuses on the significance both writers accord to paradox and argues that readings which are attuned to paradox can better appreciate the proximity of Romanticism and post- structuralism. As well as their affirmation of paradox, the texts of Novalis and Derrida testify to a profound respect for the Other, and the close readings of selected texts reveal remarkable similarities in their thinking on literature, philosophy and representation, and on the intricate interrelation between language, identity and desire.
Publisher :A&C Black Release Date :2011-11-03 ISBN :144118435X Pages :176 pages Rating Book:4.4/5 (441 users)
Download or read book Wordsworth Translated written by John Williams and published by A&C Black. This book was released on 2011-11-03 with total page 176 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: British writers of the Romantic Period were popular in Germany throughout the nineteenth century, and translations of Scott, Burns, Moore, Hemans, and Byron (among others) became widespread. This study analyses the reception of William Wordsworth's poetry in 19th century Germany in relation to other romantic poets. Research into Anglo-German cultural relations has tended to see Wordsworth as of little or no interest to Germany but new research shows that Wordsworth was clearly of interest to German poets, translators and readers and that there was significantly more knowledge of and respect for Wordsworth's poetry, and interest in his ideas and beliefs, than has previously been recognised. Williams focuses particularly on the work of Friedrich Jacobsen, Ferdinand Freligrath and Marie Gothein, who span the early, middle, and late years of the century respectively and establishes the wider presence of many others translating, anthologising and commenting on Wordsworth poetry and beliefs.
Publisher :ABRAMS Release Date :2011-08-18 ISBN :159020896X Pages :336 pages Rating Book:4.9/5 (59 users)
Download or read book We Is Got Him written by Carrie Hagen and published by ABRAMS. This book was released on 2011-08-18 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This “relentlessly suspenseful” story of America’s first known kidnapping in nineteenth century Philadelphia is “elegantly told, superbly accomplished” (The Philadelphia Enquirer). In 1874, a little boy named Charley Ross was snatched from his family’s front yard in Philadelphia. A ransom note arrived three days later, demanding twenty thousand dollars for the boy’s return. The city was about to host the America’s Centennial celebration, and the mass panic surrounding the Charley Ross case plunged the nation into hysteria. The desperate search led the police to inspect every building in Philadelphia, set up saloon surveillance in New York’s notorious slums, and begin a national manhunt. With white-knuckle suspense and historical detail, Hagen vividly captures the dark side of an earlier America. Her brilliant portrayal of its criminals, detectives, politicians, spiritualists, and ordinary families will stay with the reader long after the final page. “Hagen skillfully narrates a saga that transcends one kidnapping, a saga tied up with the World’s Fair that was about to open in Philadelphia.” —Kirkus Reviews “As Erik Larson mined the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair for Devil in the White City, Hagen chronicles a tragically more relevant 19th-century story.” —Michael Capuzzo, author of The Murder Room
Publisher :Oxford University Press Release Date :2020-06-01 ISBN :0190859288 Pages :224 pages Rating Book:4.9/5 (19 users)
Download or read book Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Philosophy written by Sarah V. Eldridge and published by Oxford University Press. This book was released on 2020-06-01 with total page 224 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In the decades after its publication, Goethe's Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship served as a touchstone for such major philosophical and literary figures as Schopenhauer, Schleiermacher, and Schlegel, and was widely understood to be one of the greatest novels of the German canon. But in the decades and centuries following, the attention it has received in both disciplines has diminished in comparison to either Goethe's Sorrows of Young Werther or his Elective Affinities. This volume follows the impetus of its early respondents to examine deeply what exactly Goethe's long and complicated novel is doing, and how it engages with problems and themes of human life. An interdisciplinary group of eminent scholars grapple with the novel's engagement with central philosophical questions such as individuality, development, and authority; aesthetic formation and narrative (and human) contingency; and gender, sexuality, and marriage. That these questions and their working-through in Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre are in tension with one another speaks ultimately to how literature explores philosophical questions in ways that are open-ended, creative, and contain potential for new and different solutions to living with them. This unique philosophical approach to the form and purpose of a literary masterpiece illuminates new inroads into a novel at once famously complex and influential, and into the projects of one Germany's greatest writers.
Publisher :BRILL Release Date :2016-01-18 ISBN :9004309039 Pages :358 pages Rating Book:4.0/5 (4 users)
Download or read book The Early History of Embodied Cognition 1740-1920 written by and published by BRILL. This book was released on 2016-01-18 with total page 358 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: It explores for the first time the life-force (Lebenskraft) debate in Germany, which was manifest in philosophical reflection, medical treatise, scientific experimentation, theoretical physics, aesthetic theory, and literary practice esp.1740-1920. The history of vitalism is considered in the context of contemporary discourses on radical reality (or deep naturalism).
Publisher :Camden House Release Date :2012 ISBN :1571135197 Pages :309 pages Rating Book:4.7/5 (571 users)
Download or read book Popular Revenants written by Andrew Cusack and published by Camden House. This book was released on 2012 with total page 309 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The first book in English on the German Gothic in over thirty years, consisting of new essays investigating the internationality of the Gothic mode.
Publisher :Bloomsbury Publishing Release Date :2021-03-25 ISBN :1350182346 Pages :304 pages Rating Book:4.5/5 (35 users)
Download or read book Constructing Race on the Borders of Europe written by Marsha Morton and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2021-03-25 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Constructing Race on the Borders of Europe investigates the visual imagery (in painting, photography, prints, film, and design) of race construction primarily in Scandinavia and the empires of Austro-Hungary, Germany, and Russia at a time when the disciplines of ethnography and anthropology were expanding and publications on race were debating competing theories of biological, geographic, linguistic, and cultural determinants. These regions, while on the periphery of continental Europe, largely marginalized in the scholarship of nineteenth-century art history, and ignored by Edward Said (Orientalism 1978), have been central locations for theorizing white identity and for containing diverse ethnic populations that have generated substantive ethnographic study and regional conflicts since the eighteenth century. This anthology explores art that engaged with ethnography and anthropology to shape visual representations of subordinate ethnic populations and material cultures, both indigenous (Roma, Sámi, Inuit, and Celts) and migrant or colonial (Muslims and Blacks), chiefly between 1850 and 1930, but extending into the early twenty-first century. The essays in this book contribute to postcolonial research by documenting colonial-style treatment of minority groups and by seeking to qualify binary systems through explorations of anomalies, complexities, and contradictions that emerge when seen from the perspective of the fine and applied arts. This book presents a range of different artistic voices that responded to ethnographic and anthropological information by producing images or objects that adopted, altered, or critiqued that information. The authors seek to uncover instances of connections and variability, to establish the fabricated nature of ethnic identity, and to challenge the certainties of racial categorization.