Slber er fagte bag er gefgont werben muffe, benn bie 3atfen feien abgenufet, p. Her Sgltug, leather bag. The prefix er expresses both the intensity and the suddeness of the action, and with intransitive verbs forms inceptives, i. What are the two meanings of erhalten? What is the second meaning of pflegen? All these adjectives have passive signification: Bretten, to quarrel, dispute; hence: HBerftuntmen, therefore is not so much to become mute as to cease speaking. What 1b the force of e in compounds of transitive verbs? HefteiHett, to assign, appoint ; notice below befdjeiben as adjective and adverb: Trace the connection between the two ideas.
Her ftnjUltb, bearing, demeanor; cf. Compare with these the tr forms: We gfaitft, fist; ber Stampf, contest, struggle. The prefix ent forms compounds of two very dif- ferent sorts ; In the older forms it denotes sudden appearance, cf. Some compounds belong to both formations, hence their double meaning, cf. What i3 the meaning here?
Recall the force of ent in denominatives p. Be very careful in determining the case of fie. Schleiermacher's jeu de mots: Accent either leibhaftig or leibhaftig. The accent in German words is In the main determined by logical reasons, which demand that it should rest upon the most important syllable, i. But a conflicting force, the phonetic principle, is constantly at work, endeavoring to establish an alternation of long and short syllables, and to force the accent toward the end.
Yet, fictitious and fanciful as may be the incident, most graphic and real is the Beethoven that she paints. His was that sturdy sense of self- reliance, that haughty disregard of almost everything prized by others, that all-absorbing passion for creative activity and his too that terrible chain of suffering that renders one of the grandest and richest of lives so unspeakably sad. And yet, so did mind triumph over matter, and genius over circumstance, that through all these sufferings the creative force of his genius remained unbroken to the last. It is upon these facts that the author has based this sketch.
Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy died in Leipzig, Nov. His health had been rapidly failing through excessive grief at the sudden death of his sister Fanny, the wife of Prof. Her entire life had been singularly interwoven with that of the great composer, and as a musician she was scarcely inferior to Mendelssohn himself. Hensel, the son of Fanny. He found it a combination of music and words without sympathy, but he made the music an echo of the words, and insisted that it should rigidly pre- ' serve their accents and rythm. His dramatic effects are truly mar- velous, but he is especially great in depicting intense grief and tem- pestuous passion.
His masterpiece i3 his Iphigenia in Tauria, which was received with an enthusiasm never equalled in the annals of music. Brewers History of Germany. It is this turning- point in the composer's life, the day of the unprecedented success ot his "Iphigenie en Tauride," which is the subject of this sketch. But so complete was his triumph, that Rousseau himself, who had affirmed the impossibility of producing good effect by music set to the French language, openly recanted his theory and confessed himself overcome by the power of the master.
Then fol- lowed that historical battle between the Gluckists and the Piccinists, which so engrossed French society that it became customary to in- quire of a stranger to which faction he belonged, before his society would be accepted. From Gluck's IphigSnie, Act iii. Achilles has come to offor his assistance. Single-handed will he lead her through the midst of the frenzied people. But Iphigenia, in strains which so touchingly unite grandeur of soul with a woman's tenderness and the bitter pangs of separation, has declared her submission to the gods: Then follows the passionate outburst of Achilles: Britting greatly admired Georg Heym; he also wrote grotesque versions of biblical themes Hiob, Kain, Jor auf der Flucht, etc.
During the Second World War Britting turned increasingly to nature poetry, leaving behind the excesses of expressionism and the parodistic elements of Hamlet.
Short stories also appeared: Lob des Weines, a collection of twenty poems, appeared in Britting turned to traditional themes and structures, although his imagery remained fresh and striking. Broch insisted upon an intellectualization of the novel, on working out, by sheer intellectual effort, the troubles of the world. Theoretical essays alternated with works of imagination: Both Broch and Musil embarked upon vast novels that would encompass the problems of the age, combining rationalism and mysticism.
The Schlafwander trilogy —2 , encyclopedic and polyhistorical novels, have as their concern the disintegration of values and the decay of European civilization in the period — The first, Pasenow oder die Romantik, has been compared with Fontane, but the secure ground of the nineteenth century has been left far behind: The second, Esch oder die Anarchie, portrays the insubstantiality of the existence of the small book-keeper Esch, who is able neither to escape from Europe nor to come to terms with it; the third, Huguenau oder die Sachlichkeit, portrays violence and anarchic forces which destroy the narcissistic world of the heroine.
The realization of the helplessness of the word when faced by the unspeakable will be a concern of many writers in the twentieth century, especially in German-speaking countries. The fourth novel, Die Schuldlosen , treats twentieth-century themes and uses certain dates , and as points of reference: The novel is uncomfortably suspended between political allegory and romantic myth.
The character of Mutter Gisson with her Demeterlike qualities fails to convince, the symbolism being forced and obtrusive, but the description of mass psychology is masterful. The speculative study on A companion to twentieth-century german literature 48 Massenpsychologie stands comparison with the essay Masse und Macht by Elias Canetti as one of the most perceptive analyses of the relationship between the individual self and the corporate whole. Broch, of Jewish parentage, was arrested when the Nazis invaded Austria, but was released on the intervention of writers like James Joyce.
He settled in America and wrote his last novels there. The Gesammelte Schriften ten vols appeared between and reprinted ; the Kommentierte Werkausgabe 13—17 vols appeared from to His early story Tod den Toten! As a Jew, Brod became a Zionist in , and he became especially interested in the more conservative faith of his co-religionists from the eastern provinces of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Brod emigrated to Tel Aviv in and died there in In that year his autobiography Streitbares Leben appeared, which contains enlightening references to Kafka and also to Franz Werfel, of whose conversion to Christianity see Das Lied von Bernadette Brod did not approve.
He produced three volumes of war poetry, Aus meiner Kriegszeit. Gedichte , Kamerad, als wir marschierten. Kriegsgedichte and Soldaten der Erde. A war novel, Bunker Geschichte einer Kameradschaft , was widely read it was translated into English as Pillbox Gesamtausgabe der Gedichte in Eine Auswahl der Gedichte appeared in Bronnen, Arnolt originally Bronner, — Dramatist and novelist, Bronnen was one of the most extreme of the young talented writers who made the opening years of the Weimar Republic a fascinating and often disturbing experience.
His play Vatermord written in , performed in Berlin in was the first of many scandals that surrounded his name; the portrayal of brutal violence and uninhibited sexuality outraged the audience. Die Geburt der Jugend is a chaotic description of anarchic youth; the older generation is annihilated by sexually demented adolescents. In his comedy Die Exzesse the erotic desires of the woman, Hildegarde, find satisfaction in contemplation of intercourse with a goat.
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Rheinische Rebellen is an overtly nationalist play; Ostpolzug , a monodrama, fuses ancient and modern in its portrayal of Alexander the Great. Bronnen worked for the film industry in the s, also the Reichsrundfunkgesellschaft. His relations with the Nazis were, however, strained. His autobiography Arnolt Bronnen gibt zu Protokoll appeared in ; Tage mit Brecht posthumously in Bruckner, Ferdinand pseudonym of Theodor Tagger, — Primarily a dramatist, Bruckner achieved fame in with his play Krankheit der Jugend, a crass and naturalistic portrayal of adolescent sexuality, much indebted to Freud.
Bruckner used techniques made famous by Erwin Piscator; his greatest success was Elisabeth von England , where the stage is again split between the two realms, Catholic Madrid and Protestant London, with both antagonists praying to the same god for victory. Bruckner also turned his attention, with less success, to classical themes Timon and Pyrrhus und Andromache perf.
A very successful play was Die Rassen , one which exploits the generation conflict and also the tension between Jew and Aryan. Bruckner emigrated to America in and returned to Europe in , spending the last years of his life in Berlin. Dramatische Werke and Schauspiele nach historischen Studien were both published in An edition of Dramen appeared in Brust was helped by Kurt Wolff; he lived in isolation in Memel and moved to Cranz after the Lithuanian occupation. Brust shares with many expressionists a predilection for crass and often shocking climaxes.
Brust turned towards a portrayal of pseudoreligious experiences in a series of other plays Cordatus. He died in obscurity, isolation and poverty at the age of forty-three; the Nazis initially tolerated his writing, believing him to be an acceptable poet of East Prussian life, although later his work was condemned as degenerate. The Dramen — ed. Horst Denkler appeared in Since then he has written stories Ein schwarzer, abgrundtiefer See , extended and Babylon and novels which concentrate on human foibles and idiosyncrasies in domestic and professional contexts, although social and political pressures, implicitly criticized, are present in various forms.
Essays Kritiken Glossen Unpolitische Betrachtungen zu Literatur und Politik demonstrate individual interests Haiti, Alejo Carpentier and more general concerns of his generation ecology, post-history, apocalypse , the latter present also in Bericht aus dem Innern der Unruhe. Gorlebener Tagebuch , on demonstrations against nuclear power. Central to the rest of his work is his relationship to the American continent and in particular Haiti, which he visited for the first time in and where he has ancestral links. In the reportages Aus der neuen Welt.
An informative document on Burckhardt is the Festschrift which appeared on his seventieth birthday, Dauer im Wechsel Burger, Hermann —89 Burger studied in Zurich, wrote dissertations on Paul Celan and contemporary Swiss literature and taught for a while at the Federal Technical University in Zurich. His chief works, Schilten. Burger shares with the Austrian Thomas Bernhard and with other contemporary Swiss writers e. Meyer the theme of death as the ultimate threat to personal identity, which he treats with an even greater degree of linguistic virtuosity and reflective intensity.
He committed suicide in Brunsloben and Menzenmang volume I and volume II, chapters 1—7 of the planned tetralogy Brenner on the scion of a cigar manufacturing dynasty in search of his childhood appeared in and Der unsichtbare Held, a Nibelungen drama, appeared in the same year. A companion to twentieth-century german literature 54 Burte published poems in Alemannic dialect Madlee ; a further anthology appeared in Die Seele des Maien.
Burte received much acclaim for his work, the Kleist prize for Wildfeber and other distinctions during the Third Reich.
The sinologist Peter Kien, obsessed by his own private library, and retreating ever further into a state of solipsism, is ultimately destroyed by fire, ancient symbol of transformation. The other characters, Pfaff, Theresa Krumbholz and Fischerle, are also utterly self-centred and convinced of their own importance. The idea for the novel came to Canetti in when he witnessed the burning of the Palace of Justice by a mob in Vienna.
Canetti moved to Paris in and to London in the following year. In he published Masse und Macht, a sociological, anthropological study of crowds and power: A collection of aphorisms made between and , Aufzeichnungen, appeared in Das Geheimnis der Uhr. Aufzeichnungen — appeared in In Canetti was awarded the Nobel prize for literature. A companion to twentieth-century german literature 56 Carossa, Hans — Son of a doctor, Hans Carossa studied medicine in Munich and Leipzig, then settled as a medical practitioner in Bavaria. Verwandlungen einer Jugend is a less successful sequel. The novel Geheimnisse des reifen Lebens uses the diary form to explore human relationships.
After the war Carossa attempted to explain his situation at that time in Ungleiche Welten Further autobiographical details of his life appeared in Aufzeichnungen aus Italien ; a scattering of short stories appeared in the s. His poetry is unassuming and traditional: In his work Carossa eschews modernist experimentation; he appealed to the educated middle-class German reader with his cultivation of humanistic values derived from Goethe.
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