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Friedrich Schiller

Playwright, Poet, Philosopher, Historian

Herausgegeben von Kerry, Paul E
Verlag :  Lang, Peter Bern
ISBN :  978-3-03910-307-2
Einband :  Paperback
Preisinfo :  66,90 Eur[D] UVP / 68,80 Eur[A] UVP / 75,00 CHF UVP
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Seiten/Umfang :  353 S. - 15,0 x 22,0 cm
Produktform :  B: Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Erscheinungsdatum :  18.05.2007
Gewicht :  520 g
Aus der Reihe :  Britische und Irische Studien zur deutschen Sprache und Literatur 38
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Friedrich Schiller (1759-1805) absorbed the fertile ideas of the German Enlightenment, observed first-hand fresh developments in German Romanticism, and fostered one of Europe?s last great Classical movements. His insights into the human condition have endured and are as valuable now as they were when he first wrote. His characterisations of human nature remain compelling and his stylistic achievements in language continue to be admired and studied. His writing spanned many genres - poetry, prose, drama, history, philosophy - and includes a rich correspondence with Goethe. In this volume, an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars examines the many sides that Schiller displays. The contributors illuminate key facets of his ideas by organising his writing around his various vocations: his medical training; work as a poet, young dramatist, and author of literary prose; his tenure as a university professor and historian; the mutually productive partnership with Goethe; his philosophical writings; and his final years as a mature playwright. His afterlife, what Schiller has meant to Germans for two centuries, is also considered.
 

The Editor: Paul E. Kerry, D.Phil. (Oxon), is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge, Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, a Visiting Scholar in History, and affiliated with Pembroke College. He is an Associate Professor of History at Brigham Young University and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.