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eBook Hofmannsthal and the French Symbolist Tradition (Utah Studies in Literature and Linguistics) ePub

by Steven Sondrup

  • ISBN: 3261018968
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Steven Sondrup
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers (December 31, 1976)
  • Pages: 147
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French Symbolist Tradition (Utah Studies in Literature & Linguistics) .

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Utah Studies in Literature and Linguistics. The aim of this study is a thorough investigation and comparison of Hofmannsthal's relationship to the theory of the French symbolists. A notable similarity of structure, mood and technique between Hofmannsthal's poetry and his lyric dramas and those of the symbolists, has long interested scholars and critics.

The aim of this study is a thorough investigation and comparison of Hofmannsthal's relationship to the theory of the French symbolists

The aim of this study is a thorough investigation and comparison of Hofmannsthal's relationship to the theory of the French symbolists.

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As a school of literature, Symbolism refers to three phases of a vital part .

As a school of literature, Symbolism refers to three phases of a vital part of the development of literary modernism: first to an artistic movement in France and Belgium during the last decade and a half of the nineteenth century; then, retrospectively and most importantly, to its immediate sources in French poetry beginning in the 1850s; and finally to the influence that European and American literatures throughout the first half of the twentieth century.

SYMBOLISM IN LITERATURE SYMBOL Definition- A literary symbol is something which means more than what it. .

Examples of cultural symbols in other cultures include white as a symbol of mourning in Japan, the Yin-Yang sphere as an oriental symbol of oppositional forces in balance, the white crane as a symbol of longevity in Mandarin China, and so forth. Any writer in a specific culture could use one of these symbols and be relatively confident that the reader would understand what each symbol represented.

Hugo Laurenz August Hofmann von Hofmannsthal (German: ; 1 February 1874 – 15 July 1929) was an Austrian prodigy, a novelist, librettist, poet, dramatist, narrator, and essayist

Hugo Laurenz August Hofmann von Hofmannsthal (German: ; 1 February 1874 – 15 July 1929) was an Austrian prodigy, a novelist, librettist, poet, dramatist, narrator, and essayist. Hofmannsthal was born in Landstraße, Vienna, the son of an upper-class Christian Austrian mother, Anna Maria Josefa Fohleutner (1852–1904), and a Christian Austrian–Italian bank manager, Hugo August Peter Hofmann, Edler von Hofmannsthal (1841–1915).

You are here: Home Page Arts & Humanities Literature Literary Studies - European The Poetry of Hugo von Hofmannsthal and French Symbolism. Hugo von Hofmannsthal became famous at the age of sixteen for poetry and lyrical drama of almost uncanny facility and beauty. The verse of the 1890s, the 'lyrical decade', is generally felt to have been enhanced by his interest in the French Symbolists and the Symbolist-inspired tutelage of Stefan George.

Hofmannsthal faces the alarming disintegrative implications of Pater’s Renaissance for both self and literary text, and the threat to their uniqueness. The success of his defence lies in how he exploits the symbolic capacity of the images in the last line. Manche freilich. behandelt Originalitätsprobleme der Dichtung und ihre Fähigkeit, die Welt un verzerrt darzustellen.

The aim of this study is a thorough investigation and comparison of Hofmannsthal's relationship to the theory of the French symbolists. A notable similarity of structure, mood and technique between Hofmannsthal's poetry and his lyric dramas and those of the symbolists, has long interested scholars and critics. In his concluding remarks, the editor brings forward the problems of researches.