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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.

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.

A Study Guide For Heinrich Heine S The Lorelei

Author : Gale, Cengage Learning
ISBN : 9781410351463
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A Study Guide for Heinrich Heine 's "The Lorelei," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Poetry for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Poetry for Students for all of your research needs.

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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Heinrich Heine

Author : Jeffrey L. Sammons
ISBN : 3826032128
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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.

Publishing Culture And The Reading Nation

Author : Lynne Tatlock
ISBN : 9781571134028
Genre : Business & Economics
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Essays examining aspects of German book history -- in relation to writers, readers, and publishers -- from the 1780s to the 1930s.

The Jew S Body

Author : Sander Gilman
ISBN : 9781136038785
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Drawing on a wealth of medical and historical materials, Sander Gilman sketches details of the anti-Semitic rhetoric about the Jewish body and mind, including medical and popular depictions of the Jewish voice, feet, and nose. Case studies illustrate how Jews have responded to such public misconceptions as the myth of the cloven foot and Jewish flat-footedness, the proposed link between the Jewish mind and hysteria, and the Victorians' irrational connection between Jews and prostitutes. Gilman is especially concerned with the role of psychoanalysis in the construction of anti-Semitism, examining Freud's attitude towards his own Jewishness and its effect on his theories, as well as the supposed "objectiveness" of psychiatrists and social scientists.

The Prose Writings Of Heinrich Heine

Author : Heinrich Heine
ISBN : 9781465562524
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Reading Disabilities

Author : B. Pennington
ISBN : 0792316061
Genre : Medical
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This book is unique in that it brings together in one place an account of recent advances in our understanding of the biology of dyslexia. It grew out of a Rodin Remediation Foundation International conference held on this topic in Boulder, Colorado in 1990, which included most of the world's experts on the genetics and neurology of dyslexia. Ten years ago a volume on this topic would scarcely been possible, and now we have an emerging, comprehensive neuroscientific understanding of this complex behavioral disorder that goes from genes to brain to behavior. Building on recent advances in the understanding of the cognitive phenotype of dyslexia, these authors present new data on both the etiology and brain mechanisms underlying that phenotype. Reading disability or dyslexia has a high familial recurrence rate, and is partly heritable. Genetic linkage studies are beginning to identify the possible locations of genes influencing this phenotype. On the neurological side, several independent studies have found neuroanatomical differences in the dyslexic brain, which are due to early changes in brain development. Thus, contrary to the views held by some educators that dyslexia is a myth, the results presented in this book firmly establish dyslexia as a real, biological condition. This book is relevant to researchers and practitioners concerned with both normal and abnormal reading development.

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