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  1. Reversion: lyric time(s) II
    Published: 27.01.2020

    Is a 'history' of the lyric even conceivable? What would a 'lyric' temporality look like? With a focus on Rainer Maria Rilke's decision not to translate, but rather to rewrite Dante's "Vita nova" (1293–1295) in the first of his "Duineser Elegien"... more

     

    Is a 'history' of the lyric even conceivable? What would a 'lyric' temporality look like? With a focus on Rainer Maria Rilke's decision not to translate, but rather to rewrite Dante's "Vita nova" (1293–1295) in the first of his "Duineser Elegien" (1912), the essay deploys 'reversion' (as turning back, return, coming around again), alongside 're-citation', as a keyword that can unlock the transhistorical operations of the lyric as the re-enactment of selected gestures under different circumstances.

     

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    Source: CompaRe
    Language: English
    Media type: Part of a book
    Format: Online
    ISBN: 978-3-96558-001-5; 978-3-96558-002-2
    DDC Categories: 800; 830; 831
    : ICI Berlin
    Subjects: Dante Alighieri; La vita nuova; Rezeption; Rilke, Rainer Maria; Duineser Elegien; Lyrik; Zeitlichkeit
    Rights: Creative Commons - Namensnennung-Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen