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  1. Epoche machen : Goethes Konstruktion der Weimarer Klassik zwischen 1786 und 1796
    Erschienen: 07.10.2015

    Die Arbeit diskutiert Goethes Gedichtzyklen 'Römische Elegien' und 'Venezianische Epigramme' im Kontext ihrer Entstehung und Publikation. Dabei fragt sie vor allem danach, wie diese beiden Textcorpora die Stabilisierung der Autorposition Goethes auf... mehr

     

    Die Arbeit diskutiert Goethes Gedichtzyklen 'Römische Elegien' und 'Venezianische Epigramme' im Kontext ihrer Entstehung und Publikation. Dabei fragt sie vor allem danach, wie diese beiden Textcorpora die Stabilisierung der Autorposition Goethes auf dem literarischen Feld zwischen dem Italienaufenthalt und der fruchtbaren Zusammenarbeit mit Schiller begleiten. Während die bisherige Goethe- und Klassikforschung diese Jahre eher randständig behandelt hat, werden sie hier als wichtige Scharnierstelle zwischen einer Ästhetik der Überbietung und der Klassik in ihrer kanonisierten Form sichtbar, weil in ihrem Verlauf die Grundmuster einer umfassenden Schreibstrategie formuliert und etabliert werden, die bis zur Moderne die Funktionsweisen des literarischen Feldes prägen. Mithin wird die Klassik nicht nur als literaturgeschichtliche Epoche verstanden, sondern als eine Dynamisierung der literarischen Kommunikation, die seither selbstreferenziell und relativ autonom funktioniert.

     

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    Quelle: CompaRe
    Sprache: Deutsch
    Medientyp: Dissertation
    Format: Online
    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830)
    Schlagworte: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von; Römische Elegien; Venetianische Epigramme; Bourdieu, Pierre; Feldtheorie <Philosophie>; Weimarer Klassik; Epoche
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  2. Metamorfosis del mito fáustico en la literatura alemana y en la literatura argentina en la segunda mitad del siglo XX

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    Sprache: Spanisch
    Medientyp: Dissertation
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    ISBN: 978-950-33-1052-6
    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Spanische, portugiesische Literaturen (860)
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  3. The political, the urban, and the cosmopolitan : the 1970s generation in Romanian-German poetry

    This study is an introduction to the body of work produced by the German poets who were born during or after World War II in Romania and whose almost simultaneous debut lies in the relatively liberal period 1965 – 1971. Helped onto the... mehr

     

    This study is an introduction to the body of work produced by the German poets who were born during or after World War II in Romania and whose almost simultaneous debut lies in the relatively liberal period 1965 – 1971. Helped onto the Romanian-German literary scene by a propitious environment and informed by the socialist ideology they were born “into,” the poets born between 1942 and 1955 formed a remarkable generation unit which sought to significantly renew German-language literature in Romania. Rejecting identification with the insulary Romanian-German communities, the young poets strove to create a socially and politically relevant verse expressing an urban and cosmopolitan attitude. The growing nationalist rhetoric and isolationist stance of Romania's regime and the material and psychological hardships endured by its population through the 1970s and 80s forced the generation to revise its incipient enthusiasm for Romanian socialism. Increasingly, the poets' work came to depict the threatened existence of the German minority and the harsh general living conditions in Romania and to provide an alternative to the absurd official proclamations of a “golden age” under Ceauşescu, despite the poetry's growing reliance on obscuring literary techniques. The emigration of most of the generation members in the mid to late 1980s brought about the eventual unravelling of the generation unit and marks the end of my study. By following the evolution of three themes – social and political engagement, the German minority, and the urban environment – which define the poets as a generation throughout their literary careers in Romania, the analysis illuminates not only the generation's development from identification with Romanian socialism and rejection of the German minority to criticism of the country's policies and a renewed interest in the fate of the German community but also the changing possibilities and limits of literary expression under communism. In addition to providing an introduction to the body of work created by the 1970s generation in Romania, the study also expands the understanding of German literature in the 20th century by providing new material on literature written under totalitarianism and of intercultural German literature.

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Deutsche Versdichtung (831)
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  4. Translating Brecht : versions of "Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder" for the British stage

    This study analyses five British translations of Bertolt Brecht's 'Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder'. Two of these translations were written by speakers of German, and three by well-known British playwrights with no knowledge of the source text... mehr

     

    This study analyses five British translations of Bertolt Brecht's 'Mutter Courage und ihre Kinder'. Two of these translations were written by speakers of German, and three by well-known British playwrights with no knowledge of the source text language. Four have been produced in mainstream British theatres in the past twenty-five years. The study applies translation studies methodology to a textual analysis which focuses on the translation of techniques of linguistic "Verfremdung", as well as linguistic expression of the comedy and of the political dimension in the work. It thus closes the gap in current Brecht research in examining the importance of his idiosyncratic use of language to the translation and reception of his work in the UK. The study assesses the ways in which the translator and director are influenced by Brecht's legacy in the UK and in turn, what image of Brecht they mediate through the production on stage. To this end, the study throws light on the formation of Brecht's problematic reputation in the UK, and it also highlights the social and political circumstances in early twentieth century Germany which prompted Brecht to develop his theory of an epic theatre. The focus on a linguistic examination allows the translator's contribution to the production process to be isolated. Together with an investigation of the reception of each performance text, this in turn facilitates a more accurate assessment of the translator and director's respective influence in the process of transforming a foreign-language text onto a local stage. The analysis also sheds light on the different approaches taken by speakers of German, and playwrights creating an English version from a literal translation. It pinpoints losses in translation and adaptation, and suggests how future versions may avoid these.

     

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    Sprache: Englisch
    Medientyp: Dissertation
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    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Deutsche Dramen (832)
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  5. Visual representation in the work of Joseph Roth, 1923-1932
    Erschienen: 22.06.2007

    Through an examination of Joseph Roth’s reportage and fiction published between 1923 and 1932, this thesis seeks to provide a systematic analysis of a particular aspect of the author’s literary style, namely his use of sharply focused visual... mehr

     

    Through an examination of Joseph Roth’s reportage and fiction published between 1923 and 1932, this thesis seeks to provide a systematic analysis of a particular aspect of the author’s literary style, namely his use of sharply focused visual representations, which are termed Heuristic Visuals. Close textual analysis, supplemented by insights from reader-response theory, psychology, psycholinguistics and sociology illuminate the function of these visual representations. The thesis also seeks to discover whether there are significant differences and correspondences in the use of visual representations between the reportage and fiction genres. Roth believed that writers should be engagiert, and that the truth could only be arrived at through close observation of reality, not subordinated to theory. The research analyses the techniques by which Roth challenges his readers and encourages them to discover the truth for themselves. Three basic variants of Heuristic Visuals are identified, and their use in different contexts, including that of dialectical presentations, is explored. There is evidence of the use of different variants of Heuristic Visuals according to the respective rhetorical demands of particular thematic issues. It has also been possible to establish synchronic correspondences between the different genres, and diachronic correspondences within genres. Although there are examples within the reportage where the entire article is based on an Heuristic Visual, the use of Heuristic Visuals cannot be seen as a key organizing principle in Roth’s work as a whole. As his mastery of the technique reaches its highest point in the early 1930s, Heuristic Visuals are often incorporated into the reconstruction of a complete sensory experience. Analysis of Roth’s heuristic use of visual representations has led to important insights, including a reinterpretation of the endings of Roth’s two most famous novels: Hiob and Radetzkymarsch.

     

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    DDC Klassifikation: Literaturen germanischer Sprachen; Deutsche Literatur (830); Deutsche Erzählprosa (833)
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