6 edition of Grillparzer as a poet of nature found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Faust Charles De Walsh ...|
|Series||Columbia University Germanic studies|
|LC Classifications||PT2274.N3 D4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 95 p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
|LC Control Number||10023412|
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Grillparzer as a poet of nature (Volume 4) Paperback – January 1, by Faust Charles De Walsh (Author)Author: Faust Charles De Walsh. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: II Grillparzer's Description Of Nature In his description of nature Grillparzer often animadverts on the relation between nature and man.
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This scarce antiquarian book is Brand: KESSINGER PUB CO. Grillparzer as a poet of nature. New York, The Columbia University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Franz Grillparzer; Franz Grillparzer; Franz Grillparzer: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Faust Charles De Walsh.
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Press] Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsorPages: Grillparzer's fame as a dramatist is now firmly established, and the ever-increasing Grillparzer-litera- ture now forms a fair-sized library.
A Grillparzer Jahrbuch, begun inis already a veritable encyclopedia of informa- tion concerning the poet and his works; and the Grillparzer bibliography in. Franz Seraphicus Grillparzer (15 January – 21 January ) was an Austrian writer who is chiefly known for his dramas.
He also wrote the oration for Ludwig van Beethoven's funeral. Biography Franz Grillparzer was born in Vienna, Austria. His father, E.J. Grillparzer, was a severe pedant and a staunch upholder of the liberal traditions of the reign of Joseph II, and was an advocate of. Grillparzer's brooding, unbalanced temperament, his lack of will-power, his pessimistic renunciation and the bitterness which his self-imposed martyrdom produced in him, made him peculiarly adapted to express the mood of Austria in the epoch of intellectual thraldom that lay between the Napoleonic wars and the Revolution of ; his poetry reflects exactly the spirit of his people under the Metternich.
Franz Grillparzer (), Austrian author. Album entry, Poems (). ''They are miserly, the princes of Austria, you need not grieve about it; they may not donate anything, but they allow themselves to be fleeced, the good lords.''.
Grillparzer as a poet of nature. New York: AMS Press,© (OCoLC) Named Person: Franz Grillparzer; Franz Grillparzer: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Faust Charles De Walsh.
Franz Grillparzer Franz Seraphicus Grillparzer (15 January – 21 January ) was an Austrian writer who is chiefly known for his dramas. He also wrote the oration for Ludwig van Beethoven 's funeral.
Of a quiet contemplative nature, Grillparzer shunned general society. He never married. To a stranger he seemed cold and distant, but in conversation with any one he liked his real disposition revealed itself; his manner became animated, his eyes brightened, and a sarcastic but not ill.
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Like his dramas, the works that Franz Grillparzer produced in other genres reflect probings of the human spirit that lay bare the fundamental. Franz Grillparzer () Regarded by many as a leading light of Austrian literature (including by Peter Handke, who sent me to him in the first place), indeed at times as Austria's national poet, Franz Grillparzer was primarily an innovative dramatist,(*) though he also wrote criticism, essays, poetry and some fiction, including Der arme Spielmann (The Poor Musician,available in /5.
Abstract ‘No one can remain entirely free from the spirit of the time in which he lives’, 2 Grillparzer observed about and writing in he stated: ‘Who could or would always want to forget the present entirely?’ 3 The nineteenth century then, in which the poet lived, had a strong impact upon his personality and his art.
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at Vienna, Janu ; y 21, After desultory schooling at home and at the gymnasium he entered the university to study law and philosophy. His tastes, however, were more for literature and music, and at the age of sixteen, under Schiller’s influence, he tried his hand at dramatic composition.
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His life as an individual and artist is marked by a reticence, an aversion to the unveiling of the inner SOul,1 that is perhaps best matched by the concise style and expression of his : Springer Netherlands. Franz Grillparzer was not a man of extravagance either in phrase or conduct.
His life as an individual and artist is marked by a reticence, an aversion to the unveiling of the inner SOul,1 that is perhaps best matched by the concise style and expression of his : Springer Netherlands.
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