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Reading Heinrich Heine

Author : Anthony Phelan
ISBN : 9781139460705
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Originally created in 2007, this is a comprehensive study of the nineteenth-century German poet Heinrich Heine. Anthony Phelan examines the complete range of Heine's work, from the early poetry and 'Pictures of Travel' to the last poems, including personal polemic and journalism. Phelan provides original and detailed readings of Heine's major poetry and throws fresh light on his virtuoso political performances that have too often been neglected by critics. Through his critical relationship with Romanticism, Heine confronted the problem of modernity in startlingly original ways that still speak to the concerns of post-modern readers. Phelan highlights the importance of Heine for the critical understanding of modern literature, and in particular the responses to Heine's work by Adorno, Kraus and Benjamin. Heine emerges as a figure of immense European significance, whose writings need to be seen as a major contribution to the articulation of modernity.

Pictures Of Travel

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : WISC:89099229833
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Heinrich Heine And The Lied

Author : Susan Youens
ISBN : 9780521823746
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A 2007 study into the poet Heinrich Heine's impact on nineteenth-century song.

Heinrich Heine S Early Reading A Survey Of The Poet S Reading Up To His Departure For Paris 1831

Author : Emma Grace Weber
ISBN : OCLC:56146860
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The Poet Dying

Author : Ernst Pawel
ISBN : 0374235384
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Portraying a poet at the height of his creativity, a biography of Heinrich Heine, a popular German poet of the 1800s who revolutionized the language, shares the work of his last eight years when he was confined to his bed with a mysterious ailment.

The Prose Writings Of Heinrich Heine

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : 9781465562524
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The Jewish Reception Of Heinrich Heine

Author : Mark H. Gelber
ISBN : 9783110921083
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume contains the lectures, many substantially expanded and revised, which were delivered at an international conference held at Ben-Gurion University in Beersheva in 1990. By utilizing the methodological guidelines and insights of reception aesthetics, a range of Jewish readings of Heine's works and his complex literary personality are analyzed. Considerations of his impact on major figures, like Sigmund Freud, Karl Marx, Theodor Herzl, Max Nordau, Karl Kraus, Else Lasker-Schüler, Lion Feuchtwanger, and Max Brod comprise the major part of the book. In addition, there are readings of Heine by minor or neglected Jewish writers and poets, including, for example, Aron Bernstein and Fritz Heymann, and by Jewish writers in Hebrew and Yiddish literature, as well as by Jewish readers within other national readerships, for example, the American and Croatian. In the process of this analysis, the notion of Jewish reception itself is naturally subjected to critical scrutiny.


Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : 9780141394121
Genre : Poetry
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'One of the first men of this century' is how Heine described himself when he claimed to have been born in the early hours of 1800. It was typical of Heine to create this humorous doubt - he was in fact born in 1797. He was a restless and homeless poet, a Jew among Germans, a German in Paris, a rebel among the bourgeoisie and always, as his famous doppelgänger poems show, a man divided against himself. This selection, with the German originals accompanied by English prose translations, provides the perfect introduction to Heine. He can be magnificent as an acute, irreverent commentator on politics and current events, though his genius most often strikes home in the poems filled with despair, or sensuality, or sweetness, or self-mockery, in which he draws out the whole gamut of emotions provoked by love and immanent death.

A Companion To The Works Of Heinrich Heine

Author : Roger F. Cook
ISBN : 1571132074
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A collection of new essays treating the most important aspects of the work of the most famous late Romantic, Heinrich Heine.

Poems And Ballads Of Heinrich Heine

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : NYPL:33433075726194
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