3 edition of Imagination In German Romanticism found in the catalog.
August 31, 2004
by Peter Lang Publishing
Written in English
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Romanticism (also known as the Romantic era) was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in Europe towards the end of the 18th century, and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from to Romanticism was characterized by its emphasis on emotion and individualism as well as glorification of all the past and nature, preferring the. The Romantic era is denoted by an extensive questioning and expression of challenging notions building on the convictions of the Enlightenment challenged the Christian Orthodoxy which had dominated Europe for 1, icism proposed an exploration of self, emphasising the primacy of the individual and a vision of humankind animated by the imagination, endorsing a.
The Imagination in German Romanticism: 8. Imagination and interpretation: Herder's concept of Einfuhlung Michael N. Forster; 9. Imagination, divination, and understanding: Schleiermacher and the hermeneutics of the second person Kristin Gjesdal; Brand: Cambridge University Press. Romanticism emphasizes imagination (as opposed to the 18th century). Before, art was imitation and mimesis (cf. Aristotle). There was a process of selection of things that were worth representing and a correction of nature according to the image of beauty you had in mind (harmony in parts and whole).
One big difference between American Romanticism and the Romanticism that developed on the other side of the pond (in Britain) is that the novel was kind of a big deal in American Romanticism. In British Romanticism, it wasn't. The most important British Romantic writers were poets—like William Wordsworth, Percy Bysshe Shelley, and George Byron. Romanticism: A movement in art and literature in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries in revolt against the Neoclassicism of the previous centuries The German poet Friedrich Schlegel, who is given credit for first using the term romantic to describe literature, defined it as "literature depicting emotional matter in an imaginative form.
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Brings together for the first time critical reflections on the significances of the imagination in German idealism and early German romanticism. The book sheds light on this important and enigmatic notion's role in the context of philosophical attempts to provide a 5/5(1).
The Imagination in German Idealism and Romanticism. Published: Octo Gerad Gentry and Konstantin Pollok (eds.), The Imagination in German Idealism and Romanticism, Cambridge University Press,pp., $ (hbk), ISBN Reviewed by Richard Eldridge, Swarthmore College. Brings together for the first time critical reflections on the significances of the imagination in German idealism and early German romanticism.
The book sheds light on this important and enigmatic notion's role in the context of philosophical attempts to provide a. For philosophers of German idealism and early German Romanticism, the imagination is central to issues ranging from hermeneutics to transcendental logic and from ethics to aesthetics.
This volume of new essays Author: Konstantin Pollok, Gerad Gentry. Thus the stage comes to represent the world of the imagination, where the symbiotic realms of interior and exterior are as one. This magical world of the theater, which brings together music, poetry, and visual images, reaches a similar poetic apotheosis in many other works of Hoffmann, especially in his final narrative tableaux reminiscent of Cited by: 2.
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You should start right now. German Romanticism was the dominant intellectual movement of German-speaking countries in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, influencing philosophy, aesthetics, literature and criticism.
Compared to English Romanticism, the German variety developed relatively early, and, in the opening years, coincided with Weimar Classicism (–). In contrast to the seriousness of English.
While it is widely known that the imagination played a significant role in romanticism, recent philosophical interpretations of romanticism have emphasized the significance of reason in romantic thought, and in this way made a significant correction to the view of romanticism.
Get this from a library. Imagination in German Romanticism: re-thinking the self and its environment. [Jeanne Riou].
Acknowledgments Illustrations Frederick BURWICK: Verbal and Visual Modes of Imagination PART I: IMAGINATION Jürgen KLEIN: Genius, Ingenium, Imagination: Aesthetic Theories of Production from the Renaissance to Romanticism Werner HOFMANN: The Dark Total Idea: Schiller on the Creative Process Horst MELLER: The Parricidal Imagination: Schiller, Blake, Fuseli and the Romantic Revolt against.
Home › Literary Criticism › Romanticism in Germany. Romanticism in Germany By Nasrullah Mambrol on Novem • (11). During the s and s, Germany witnessed the rise of the Sturm und Drang (“Storm and Stress”) movement in which writers and critics such as Johann Gottfried von Herder (–), Goethe, and Schiller experimented with new subjective modes of.
CHAPTER THE CONCEPT OF ROMANTICISM: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND: “He who seeks to define Romanticism is entering a hazardous occupation which has claimed many victims.”(Furst, ) The seventeenth century in general marks the experiments of various new poetical styles and also marks the beginning of modern styles.
Focusing on the reception of Palestrina, this bold interdisciplinary study explains how and why the works of a sixteenth-century composer came to be viewed as a paradigm for modern church music.
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German literature - German literature - The 19th century: The early years of German Romanticism have been aptly termed the theoretical phase of a movement whose origin can be traced back to the Sturm und Drang era and, beyond Germany itself, to the French philosopher and writer Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
An interest in individual liberty and in nature as a source of poetic inspiration is a common. The interrelationship between music and literature reached its zenith during the Romantic era, and nowhere was this relationship more pronounced than in Germany. Many representatives of literary and philosophical German Romanticism held music to be the hi.
He is the author of Mind’s World. Imagination and Subjectivity from Descartes to Romanticism, which was awarded the International Conference on Romanticism’s Jean-Pierre Barricelli prize for best book published in Romanticism studies for Author: Alexander Schlutz. "An engaging account of how creative writers and scientists during the Romantic period understood the place of the imagination in their work.
Sha's book makes a real contribution to our understanding of the extent to which Romantic writers responded to new ideas that were emerging in contemporary science. How did the idea of the imagination impact Romantic literature and science.
Winner of the Jean-Pierre Barricelli Book Prize of the International Conference on Romanticism Richard C.
Sha argues that scientific understandings of the imagination indelibly shaped literary Romanticism. Music and Literature in German Romanticism by Siobhan Donovan,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(2).
Read this book on Questia. Palestrina and the German Romantic Imagination: Interpreting Historicism in Nineteenth-Century Music by James Garratt, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Palestrina and the German Romantic Imagination: Interpreting Historicism in Nineteenth-Century Music ().
Novellas and tales — like the novels and lyrical poetry of German Romanticism — are an essential part of the Romantic legacy and can claim their well-deserved place in the pantheon of German literature.
They have never fallen out of favor with the reading public and even today capture our imagination.There are no translations.” This lapidary formula, invented by George Steiner in (in the afterword to a translation of Thomas Mann’s Felix Krull by Denver Lindley), has long been a source of fertile amusement to one of the editors of Music and Literature in German Romanticism.I should add straight away that it was the writer of this foreword who introduced him to it, and I should.During the period of Romanticism feeling, intuition and imagination played the great role on the art.
Though the idea of imagination changed even in the mind of some poets, like Wordsworth, generally it stayed the same. Â Poets of Romantic period, especially the Lake Poets, used imagination as the barrier that helps to oppose the real world.