2 edition of German lyric poetry found in the catalog.
German lyric poetry
Siegbert Salomon Prawer
Bibliography: p. 246-258.
|LC Classifications||PT1187 .P7|
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|Pagination||x, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||52004495|
This list contains the names of individuals (of any ethnicity or nationality) who wrote poetry in the German language. Most are identified as "German poets", but some are not German. Contents. Eight beautiful German poems read by a real German auf Deutsch! Enjoy the poetry, kick back and Get Germanized!:) Find more German poems here: .
Poetry in Translation is a niche, digital publisher providing modern, high-quality open access translations of classic texts by famous poets, plus original poetry and critical works. If you value our work, please consider supporting us. A List of Famous German Poets includes Poems and Biographical information of the most Famous German Poets. Read and Enjoy Poetry by German Poets.
“Frauenlob” was the stage name of Heinrich von Meissen (c. –), a medieval German poet-minstrel. A famous and controversial figure in his day, Frauenlob (meaning “praise of ladies”) exercised a strong influence on German literature into the eighteenth century. This book introduces the poet to English-speaking readers with a fresh poetic translation of his masterpiece, the. Enjoyed most of these, and nice that the book includes both the English and the German, as well as a wide range of Goethe's work. However, with my own horrible, horrible (like honestly horrible) German I was able to pick out a few changes lost in translation, which is a shame/5.
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: German Lyric Poetry (Hogarth lectures on literature) (English and German Edition) (): MacLeod, Norman: Books. German Lyric Poetry: A Collection of Songs and Ballads, Tr. from the Best German Lyric Poets, with Notes Hardcover – Aug by Charles Timothy Brooks (Author)Author: Charles Timothy Brooks.
The works of seventeen German poets from the mid-eighteenth century to the present are supplemented by brief notes and an introductory essay on the history and nature of lyric poetry.
Product details Paperback: pagesFormat: Paperback. The electronic version ofÂ Die Deutsche Lyrik in Reclams Universal-Bibliotheka covers almost years of German lyric poetry German lyric poetry book includes the work of over authors from the 15th to the 20th century.
A Die Deutsche Lyrik in Reclams Universal-Bibliotheka is published with the co-operation and support of Philipp Reclam jun., Stuttgart and covers all volumes of German poetry published within.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc Translations: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Macleod, Norman.
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Reprint of work first published in German lyric poetry; a critical analysis of selected poems from Klopstock to RilkePages: The book spans three centuries--opening with Angelus Silesius, Klopstock, Claudius, Goethe, and Schiller, and ending with Brecht and Böll--but it has considerable continuity.
The prefaces for each of the twenty-five poets integrate the selections into a story, and often poems by /5. No matter the language, poems hold a special place in people’s hearts. The same is true with German poems. Poetry by German greats Goethe, Bertolt Brecht, Heinrich Heine, and so many others, continue to be read and loved today.
If you’re looking for short German poems that you can easily memorize by heart, this article is a good place to start. This series of provocative essays examines the learning process of the «Ich» in 19th and 20th century German lyric poetry.
The apostrophic moment, which develops from a textual instant of emotional, intellectual, or psychological reciprocity between the «Ich» and a «Du», initiates a meaningful and vital learning process in the poem.
The poems in this anthology represent a panorama of the main trends in the development of the poetry of the German-speaking people.
Beginning with a minnesong of the early Middle Ages and a poem of the seventeenth century, the book then focuses on the Age of Goethe (–)/5(11).
"The Lorelei". One of Heine's famous poems, "Die Lorelei," is based on a German legend of an enchanting, seducing mermaid who lures seamen to their death.
It has been set to music by numerous composers, such as Friedrich Silcher and Franz : Ingrid Bauer. Books shelved as german-poetry: The Selected Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke by Rainer Maria Rilke, Selected Poems and Fragments by Friedrich Hölderlin, Poe.
Books shelved as lyric-poetry: Selected Poems by Emily Dickinson, The Complete Poems by John Keats, The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats by W.B. Yeats, Comp. Approaching the German Lyric --The Lyric Poetry of the Aufklärung --Klopstock and the Göttinger Hain --Goethe --Schiller --Hölderlin --The Romantics --Heine and Platen --Poetic Realism --Munich Interlude and Naturalist Reaction --Chaos and Control --Rilke.
The dominant form of German lyric poetry in the period was the minnesang, "a love lyric based essentially on a fictitious relationship between a knight and his high-born lady". Initially imitating the lyrics of the French troubadours and trouvères, minnesang soon established a distinctive tradition.
Knospen der Reiser (buds of the bushes): This is an example of the Genitiv case, the German possessive case that’s being supplanted in spoken German, but is still found in written German.
Sah (saw): An example of the German past literary tense, a rare tense in spoken German but important to know when reading old German books. Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Alte deutsche Lieder (German; "The boy's magic horn: old German songs") is a collection of German folk poems and songs edited by Achim von Arnim and Clemens Brentano, and published in Heidelberg, Baden.
The book was published in three editions: the first in followed by two more volumes in Vintage Books Birds Sparrows Poetry Poem On Sale Christian Morgenstern Free Shipping Susi Bohdal Mini Book 70s Montreal German Switzerland VintageVigo 5 out of.
Filed under: German poetry -- Middle High German, -- Translations into English. Gudrun: A Mediaeval Epic, trans. by Mary Pickering Nichols (Gutenberg ebook) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Filed under: German poetry. A Book of German Lyrics (with extensive English notes), ed. by Friedrich Bruns (Gutenberg text).- The towering genius of German drama (such as FAUST) and lyric poetry, as well as novels such as Werther and Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship.
- Very much a representative of the 18th century, his works prefigured the directions of 19th century Romanticism. - German "Shakespeare." - Born during Rococo and died during height of romanticism.
Rilke spent years traveling around Europe, had met Tolstoy in Russia, and found lyrical poetry while in Paris. Among his best-known works were "Das Stunden Buch" (The Book of Hours, ) and "Sonnets of Orpheus (). The prolific poet was admired by fellow artists but otherwise generally unrecognized by the : Ingrid Bauer.