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Die Alchemie Des Exils

Author : Helga Schreckenberger
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114899201
Genre : Authors, Exiled
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INHALT: Reinhard Andress (St. Louis), "Marte Brills Der Schmelztiegel: Exilleben als Roman" | Martin Vialon (Istanbul): "Antworten auf die Vertreibung aus Euro-pa: "Philologie als kritische Kunst". Ein unveröffentlichter Vico-Beitrag [1948] von Erich Auerbach im Kontext von "Mimesis" [1946]" | Karl-H. Fuessl (Berlin), "Bau-haus Master Josef Albers in Dewey's Realm: German Artist Émigrés at Black Mountain College after 1933" | Wulf Koepke (Boston), "German Exile Writers in Hollywood - Shock and Fascination" | Helga Schreckenberger, (Burlington, Ver-mont) " Europäisch-amerikanische Symbiose: Franziska Ascher-Nash Exil-Hörspiele" | Joerg Thunecke (Köln), "'Iustitia Regnorum Fundamentum' oder Ein österreichischer Michael Kohlhaas. Ernst Lothar Exilroman 'Herrenplatz' (1945)" | Klaus Weissenberger (Houston), "Franz Werfels Prosa - ihre Entwicklung vom sozialkritischen Pathos zum gemeinschaftsstiftenden Ethos" | Wolfgang Heuer (Berlin, FU), "Hannah Arendt and her Elaboration of an Existential Republicanism" | David Kettler (Rheinbeck, NY), "Weimar and Labor" as Legacy: Ernst Fraenkel, Otto Kahn-Freund, and Franz L. Neumann | Dieter W. Adolphs (Houghton, Mi-chigan), "Theodor W. Adorno's Contribution to Thomas Mann's Doctor Faustus" | Laureen Nussbaum (Portland), "Robert(o) Schopflocher's Adaptive Response: via the Argentine Soil Back to His German Roots" | Susanne Utsch (Heidelberg), "'Schreibe jetzt fast ausschließlich Englisch und es macht mir Vergnügen . . . ' The Literary Language Shift of Klaus Mann" | Valerie Popp (Berlin), "'Vielleicht sind die Häuser zu hoch und die Strassen zu lang'. Zum Amerikabild der deut-schen Exilliteratur" | Terry Reisch (Hillsdale, Michigan), Jacobowsky und der Oberst: Neo Hellas: From Goat-Song to Revelry-Singer | Erhard Bahr (Los An-geles), "Modernism and Anti-Modernism in Franz Werfel's Work in Exile."
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Editionsdesiderate Zur Fr Hen Neuzeit

Author : Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Germanistische Edition. Kommission für die Edition von Texten der Frühen Neuzeit. Arbeitstagung
ISBN : 904200312X
Genre : Editing
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Enth. u. a. (S. 67-71): Edition schweizerischer Dramen des 16. und 17. Jahrhunderts / Hellmut Thomke. [Betr. u. a. Hans von Rüte.].
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Goethe S Faust And Cultural Memory

Author : Lorna Fitzsimmons
ISBN : 9781611461237
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book is an interdisciplinary collection of essays examining Goethe’s Faust and its derivatives in European, North American, and South American cultural contexts. Topics include the authority of the word in Faust and Dr.Faustus, cultural memory of Herder, the Eternal-Feminine, Coleridge’s responses to Faust, Argentinean adaptations, performances by Peter Stein and the Goetheanum, Canadian reception of Faust, Werner Fritsch’s multimedia project Faust Sonnengesang, and the relevance of Faust for models of artificial intelligence.
Category: Literary Criticism

Wissenschaftlicher Briefwechsel Mit Bohr Einstein Heisenberg U A Scientific Correspondence With Bohr Einstein Heisenberg A O

Author : Wolfgang Pauli
ISBN : 9783540788041
Genre : Science
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Aus Paulis letztem Lebensjahrzehnt sind über 2000 Briefe erhalten und in diesem grundlegenden Werk zur Physikgeschichte der Nachkriegszeit zusammengefaßt. Neben der Physik wird hier auch der allgemeinere geistesgeschichtliche Hintergrund unserer Naturwissenschaft beleuchtet. Dieser Teilband enthält wissenschaftliche Korrespondez über grundlegende und andere allgemeine Fragen der Physik der 50er Jahre: Elementarteilchen, Erkenntnistheorie und Quantenfeldtheorie. Im besonderen wird hier die Geschichte der frühen Quantenfeldtheorie beleuchtet. Die reich annotierten und kommentierten Briefe sind chronologisch angeordnet und durch Verzeichnisse und Register erschlossen. From the last decade of Paulis life, more than 2000 of his letters have survived. Together they represent a remarkable contribution to the history of post-war physics. In addition to discussing questions of physics they provide illuminating insights into debates on the philosophical and human components of the history of science. This part of Volume IV contains scientific correspondence on foundational and other general problems of physics in the 1950s: elementary particles, epistemology, and quantum field theory. In particular, one can clearly trace the development of the early quantum field theory. Generous annotations and commentary accompany the letters, which are ordered chronologically and listed in registers and an index for easy access.
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The Alchemist In Literature

Author : Theodore Ziolkowski
ISBN : 9780191063817
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Unlike most other studies of alchemy and literature, which focus on alchemical imagery in poetry of specific periods or writers, this book traces the figure of the alchemist in Western literature from its first appearance in the Eighth Circle of Dante's Inferno down to the present. From the beginning alchemy has had two aspects: exoteric or operative (the transmutation of baser metals into gold) and esoteric or speculative (the spiritual transformation of the alchemist himself). From Dante to Ben Jonson, during the centuries when the belief in exoteric alchemy was still strong and exploited by many charlatans to deceive the gullible, writers in major works of many literatures treated alchemists with ridicule in an effort to expose their tricks. From the Renaissance to the Enlightenment, as that belief weakened, the figure of the alchemist disappeared, even though Protestant poets in England and Germany were still fond of alchemical images. But when eighteenth-century science almost wholly undermined alchemy, the figure of the alchemist began to emerge again in literature—now as a humanitarian hero or as a spirit striving for sublimation. Following these esoteric romanticizations, as scholarly interest in alchemy intensified, writers were attracted to the figure of the alchemist and his quest for power. The fin-de-siecle saw a further transformation as poets saw in the alchemist a symbol for the poet per se and others, influenced by the prevailing spiritism, as a manifestation of the religious spirit. During the interwar years, as writers sought surrogates for the widespread loss of religious faith, esoteric alchemy underwent a pronounced revival, and many writers turned to the figure of the alchemist as a spiritual model or, in the case of Paracelsus in Germany, as a national figurehead. This tendency, theorized by C. G. Jung in several major studies, inspired after World War II a vast popularization of the figure in novels—historical, set in the present, or juxtaposing past and present— in England, France, Germany, Italy, Brazil, and the United States. The inevitable result of this popularization was the trivialization of the figure in advertisements for healing and cooking or in articles about scientists and economists. In sum: the figure of the alchemist in literature provides a seismograph for major shifts in intellectual and cultural history.
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