Fb2 Heinrich Schirmbeck and the Two Cultures: A Post-War German Writer's Approach to Science and Literature (Studies on Themes and Motifs in Literature) ePub
by Cynthia Appl
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (April 1, 1998)|
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Heinrich Schirmbeck (b. 1915), Germany's most prolific post-war writer on the subject of science and literature, sensed the diminishing relevance of literature in the scientific era. He developed a new poetics for the scientific age and anticipated the major ideas of the Two Cultures debate.
Heinrich Schirmbeck (b. He developed a new poetics for the scientific age and anticipated the major ideas of the Two Cultures debate of C. P. Snow and F. R. Leavis. In his fiction, Schirmbeck explored both the promis Heinrich Schirmbeck (b.
In the fiction of the post-war years, just as in poetry, there are no easily identifiable lines of development. In the late 1940s end early 1950s, following the consequences of World War II, the public did not look for brave new ideas and styles, but for comfort and reassurance in literature
Explore the latest publications in German Literature, and find German .
Explore the latest publications in German Literature, and find German Literature experts. Publications (12,206). Kano Market Literature has been in existence in Hausa society for over three decades (1984-2015). Attempts have been made by many scholars to examine the creation and growth of the formative stages of market oriented literature in other parts of the world; kitsch, as found in German Literature and Elizabethan Literature in England.
It was for this book that he first adopted the pseudonym George Orwell. After a short period he changed to study English Literature. He used the science fiction genre and the fantasy story to provide an effective narrative style for his analyses of human nature. He then published a further three novels. Golding graduated from Oxford in 1935 and started a career in teaching. At the outbreak of the Second World War, Golding joined the Royal Navy and was involved in active service throughout the war. The effects of the war on Golding were enormous and helped to create his pessimistic view of human nature. Iris Murdoch was born in Dublin.
Post-war German literature, Gender and Memory Studies. The tournament had by now been in progress for two hours. We'd been hammered and were now awaiting the return match. It was a young cat, although not a kitten. It aims to foster a broad interrogative dialogue between philosophy, psychoanalysis, and literary criticism and develop new approaches to the study of trauma in literature and the trauma of literature.
The two most innovatory novelists to begin their careers soon after World War II were also religious .
The two most innovatory novelists to begin their careers soon after World War II were also religious believers-William Golding and Muriel Spark. In novels of poetic compactness, they frequently return to the notion of original sin-the idea that, in Golding’s words, man produces evil as a bee produces honey. The parody and pastiche that Wilson brilliantly deploys in No Laughing Matter and the book’s fascination with the sources and resources of creativity constitute a rich, imaginative response to what had become a mood of growing self-consciousness in fiction.
Literature and Spirit, therefore, is not a typically cool and detached exercise in academic curiosity. The author demonstrates that in deciding something about literature, we decide something about the substance and meaning of our lives. The reader who comes before a literary text encounters the human voice.
Restoration literature is the English literature written during the historical period commonly referred to as the English Restoration (1660–1689), which corresponds to the last years of Stuart reign in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland.
Restoration literature is the English literature written during the historical period commonly referred to as the English Restoration (1660–1689), which corresponds to the last years of Stuart reign in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland
Apart from its influence in literature and art, Romanticism began to affect, and be. .The German Idealists argued that Idea could transform socio-economic and political life
Apart from its influence in literature and art, Romanticism began to affect, and be affected by, the political and economic perceptions of 19th century Europe. Moreover, there was a renewed interest in the Middle Ages, and in discovering past cultures and epochs. Artists and men of letters approached their themes and questions not on the basis of emotions. They stood for their objective or accurate portrayal. Therefore, this style in art and literature has been called Realism. The German Idealists argued that Idea could transform socio-economic and political life. This was different from the earlier stress on spiritualism and denial of the importance of socio-economic and political life.
As well as exploring literature as such, this study introduces material from .
As well as exploring literature as such, this study introduces material from travelogues, oriental studies, ethnography, memoirs, and the utterances of tsarist officials and military commanders. While showing how literature often underwrote imperialism, the book carefully explores the tensions between the Russian state's ideology of a European mission to civilise the Muslim mountaineers, and romantic perceptions of those tribes as noble primitives whose extermination was no cause for celebration.