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Between National Fantasies and Regional Realities: The Paradox of Identity in Nineteenth-Century German Literature Paperback – 3 January 2007. by Arne Koch (Author). The Author: Arne Koch is Assistant Professor of German at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.

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Nineteenth-century lyric poetry, especially that of Eduard Friedrich Mörike and Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, is similarly . The tendency toward slowly unfolding plot that characterizes much 19th-century German literature was not especially conducive to the development of drama.

Nineteenth-century lyric poetry, especially that of Eduard Friedrich Mörike and Annette von Droste-Hülshoff, is similarly marked by a highly sensitive, elegiac relation to experience. Storm, Theodor Woldsen: The Rider on the White Horse (The Dykemaster) A discussion of Theodor Woldsen Storm's The Rider on the White Horse (also published as The Dykemaster). Nonetheless, at least three dramatists from the period have found a place in the literary canon.

Nineteenth-century novels that deal with motherhood draw images of these constructions of motherhood, but what were the requirements for motherhood, then?

Nineteenth-century novels that deal with motherhood draw images of these constructions of motherhood, but what were the requirements for motherhood, then? Motherhood in the context of the nineteenth-century British and North American Novel is a concept that describes the relationship between a female and a child that is based on either a biological or a legal connection combined with a mutual al attachment and, most importantly, with an acceptance of the relationship by both.

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Romanticism was a renewal, a revolution is artistic forms in paintings, literature and theatre.

Feelings and sentiments are very much present in romantic works. Thus, so many things are called romantic that it is difficult to see the common points between the novels by Victor Hugo, the paintings by Eugène Delacroix or the music by Ludwig Von Beethoven. The romantic international. Romanticism was a renewal, a revolution is artistic forms in paintings, literature and theatre. In Germany and Russia, romanticism created the national literature. It influenced the whole vision of art.

Subjects: Literature, Area Studies, American Literature, American Studies, Literary Theory. Democratic Eloquence: The Fight over Popular Speech in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: William Morrow, 1990.

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19th century in literature. History of literature. Gender in 19th Century Britain. The 19th Century Influences on Literature. Introduction to The Nineteenth-Century English Novel. Literary realism is the trend, beginning with mid nineteenth-century French literature and extending to late-nineteenth- and ury authors, toward depictions of contemporary life and society as it was, or is. In the spirit of general "realism," realist authors opted for depictions of everyday and banal activities and experiences, instead of a romanticized or similarly stylized presentation.

June 2010 · European Urban and Regional Studies. This challenges the correspondence between function (governance) and identity theorized by the literature on the of regions. In the present post-Fordist epoch, the region has emerged as a strategic site for socioeconomic governance. Yet, little is known about the spatial representations held by people about the regions in which they live.

Despite its popularity during the nineteenth century, regional literature has often been overlooked with regard to its role in the development of German national consciousness. By exploring various illustrations of geographic-historical landscapes in texts written before the 1848 revolutions and after the 1871 unification, this book investigates the vital polyphony generated by unique regional voices throughout the age of nationalism. Close readings of texts by Berthold Auerbach, Theodor Storm, Wilhelm Raabe, Fritz Reuter, Theodor Fontane, Gottfried Keller, and Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach examine recognizable and unfamiliar regions. Although this study concentrates on provincial writings, literary regionalism's fictionality and simultaneous referentiality raise broader questions for the programmatic aesthetics of Poetic Realism and for inquiries into identity formation.