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  1. Ludwig Tieck : Eckbert the fair
    Published: 02.02.2010

    Eckbert the Fair. From Six German Romantic Tales, trans. Ronald Taylor. Dufour Editions. Here is my own more literal translation of the poems as they appear on pp. 21, 27 and 32. more

     

    Eckbert the Fair. From Six German Romantic Tales, trans. Ronald Taylor. Dufour Editions. Here is my own more literal translation of the poems as they appear on pp. 21, 27 and 32.

     

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    DDC Categories: 830; 833
    Subjects: Tieck, Ludwig / Der blonde Eckbert; Übersetzung
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  2. Brecht / Weill : The Three Penny Opera
    Published: 08.02.2010

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    Subjects: Brecht, Bertolt / Die Dreigroschenoper; Weill, Kurt / Die Dreigroschenoper
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  3. Murnau's Faust : eine deutsche Volkssage
    Published: 08.02.2010

    The 1926 silent classic was directed by FW Murnau and stars Emil Jannings (Prof. Unrat in "The Blue Angel") as Mephisto. Goesta Ekman is Faust, the incomparable Camilla Horn an unforgettable Gretchen. more

     

    The 1926 silent classic was directed by FW Murnau and stars Emil Jannings (Prof. Unrat in "The Blue Angel") as Mephisto. Goesta Ekman is Faust, the incomparable Camilla Horn an unforgettable Gretchen.

     

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    Subjects: Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von; Faust <Film, 1926>; Murnau, Friedrich Wilhelm
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  4. The Protestant Revolution or Wider die falsche Gelassenheit
    Published: 08.02.2010

    This contribution was prompted by events in East Germany that ultimately led to German unification. Many forces contributed to the collapse of the GDR as a separate state, the final and most visible was the mass exodus via Hungary and Czechoslovakia.... more

     

    This contribution was prompted by events in East Germany that ultimately led to German unification. Many forces contributed to the collapse of the GDR as a separate state, the final and most visible was the mass exodus via Hungary and Czechoslovakia. The Communist regime resisted change when change was taking place in most of East Germanys neighbors to the east and southeast. But an ever increasing number of increasingly restless citizens insisted on it and, not given a chance to change matters by improving the system, effected the most radical change of all: they swept away an unresponsive, cynical and calcified government.

     

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    Subjects: Luther; Martin; Reformation; Deutschland / Vereinigung
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  5. "Ein Wahnsinniger, der die Fakultäten vermischt" : interdisciplinarity and Ingeborg Bachmann's Das Buch Franza
    Published: 13.10.2011

    This paper seeks to demonstrate the ways in which Bachmann's work constitutes a prime case for examining the scope and the boundaries of philological research. It does so by focusing on Bachmann‘s fragmentary and unfinished novel, "Das Buch Franza"... more

     

    This paper seeks to demonstrate the ways in which Bachmann's work constitutes a prime case for examining the scope and the boundaries of philological research. It does so by focusing on Bachmann‘s fragmentary and unfinished novel, "Das Buch Franza" [1965-1966], exploring the text and its author in an interdisciplinary light. Forming part of Bachmann's uncompleted "Todesarten"-Projekt, "Das Buch Franza" deals with the continuing legacy of fascism and its displaced forms in the post-war era. In its thematisation of the traumatic and necessarily belated after-effects of the Second World War and the Holocaust, Bachmann‘s text draws on various disciplines and discourses, namely geology, archaeology and psychoanalysis. I consider the ways in which the interdisciplinary ambitions of the text reflect Bachmann‘s struggle for a new form of representation, one that adequately mirrors the concerns of her society. Finally, drawing on Bachmann‘s own theoretical reflections on the field of literary study in her Frankfurt Lectures on poetics, I trace the ways in which the author's work repeatedly encourages us to adopt multiple disciplinary perspectives, as well as privileging literature with a utopian function that exceeds any generic or disciplinary boundaries.

     

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    Subjects: Bachmann, Ingeborg / Todesarten; Bachmann, Ingeborg / Der Fall Franza; Interdisziplinarität; Bachmann, Ingeborg / Frankfurter Vorlesungen
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