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eBook Color and Light in the Writings of Eduard von Keyserling (Studies in Modern German Literature) ePub

by Richard A. Weber

  • ISBN: 0820412554
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Richard A. Weber
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (August 1, 1990)
  • Pages: 388
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Richard A. Koc, The German Gesellschaftsroman at the Turn of the Century. Richard A. Weber, Color and light in the writings of Eduard von Keyserling; ( Studies in modern German literature 39); New York 1990.

Richard A. A Comparison of the Works of Theodor Fontane and Eduard von Keyserling; ( EHSchr 1, 542); Bern 1982. Works by or about Eduard von Keyserling at Internet Archive. Works by Eduard von Keyserling at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks).

This study of Eduard von Keyserling's (1855-1918) fiction and art criticism provides the reader with not only a. .

This study of Eduard von Keyserling's (1855-1918) fiction and art criticism provides the reader with not only a thorough understanding of color and light in the author's works but also brief comparisons of the use of these elements among some of Keyserling's German and Danish contemporaries.

Eduard von Keyserling (1855-1918). Studies in modern German literature ;, vol. 39.

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light in the writings of Eduard von Keyserling"; ( Studies in modern German literature 39); New York 1990. Eduard Von Keyserling - Pour les articles homonymes, voir Keyserling.

A Comparison of the Works of Theodor Fontane and Eduard von Keyserling"; ( EHSchr 1, 542); Bern 1982 Richard A. Weber, "Color and light in the writings of Eduard von Keyserling"; ( Studies in modern German literature 39); New York 1990.

Johann Heinrich Eduard Nicolaus Graf von Keyserling was a Baltic German fiction writer and dramatist and . Weber, Color and light in the writings of Eduard von Keyserling ; ( Studies in modern German literature 39); New York 1990.

Johann Heinrich Eduard Nicolaus Graf von Keyserling was a Baltic German fiction writer and dramatist and an exponent of literary Impressionism.

Studies in Modern German Literature. Other books in this series. Color and Light in the Writings of Eduard Von Keyserling. He holds advanced degrees from Cambridge University and Harvard. His previous publications include Goethe and the Sciences: A Reappraisal, The Bildungsroman, and Literature and Science as Modes of Expression. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Categories: 1855 births 1918 deaths German writers Impressionist artists.

of the ‘modern’, but ignore the influence and role of the nobility, assuming that nobles were insignificant actors in the cultural realm. The paper begins with a brief description of the German V-1, the first true operational GLCM.

Historians of central Europe agree that the fin de siècle was a time of artistic ferment and change that was critical in the formation of the ‘modern’, but ignore the influence and role of the nobility, assuming that nobles were insignificant actors in the cultural realm. This article contests that notion by investigating the janus-faced artistic nobility in Munich. The balance of the paper traces the lineage of the three tactical, theater-based GLCMs that served with the US Air Force: The Martin TM- 61 Matador, the.

German Idealist philosophy played an important role in the genesis of Romanticism, which saw itself as grappling with . The tendency toward slowly unfolding plot that characterizes much 19th-century German literature was not especially conducive to the development of drama.

German Idealist philosophy played an important role in the genesis of Romanticism, which saw itself as grappling with a crisis in human subjectivity and laying the foundation for a new synthesis of mental and physical reality. The first step was taken by Johann Gottlieb Fichte ’s Wissenschaftslehre (1794; Science of Knowledge ), which defined the subject ( Ich, or I ) in terms of its relation to the object-world ( Nicht-Ich, or Not-I ).

This study of Eduard von Keyserling's (1855-1918) fiction and art criticism provides the reader with not only a thorough understanding of color and light in the author's works but also brief comparisons of the use of these elements among some of Keyserling's German and Danish contemporaries. Various purposes behind color and light imagery are defined and illustrated across von Keyserling's writings, with a subsequent review of stylistic techniques and descriptive objects that are most prominently allied to colors and light. A concluding summary of various aspects of the investigation calls into question the appropriateness of the «Impressionist» label for von Keyserling and the theory that his going blind had significant impact on the visual imagery in his work.